“It takes a Man and a Woman” has just passed its P100-million profit mark, barely a week after its release—and I’m not surprised! Put John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo together, under the directing prowess of Cathy Garcia-Molina, then you’re in for a total “kilig” experience.
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This one’s expected to be a box-office hit: it does help that the Laida Magtalas and Miggy Montenegro love team already has followers—hundreds of fans already fell in love with Laida and Miggy in “Very Special Love” and “You Changed my Life”. Although one need not see the first two movies, fans who’ve seen the previous flicks would certainly appreciate more the third installment which tells how, awww.... Laida and Miggy grew apart.
The trailer exposes the story: Laida goes abroad, Miggy cheats with an ex-girlfriend. Laida returns to work for the company where she met Miggy, who’s now back in his first ex’s arms. A simple plot? Yes. But certainly it has anRead More »from It Takes a Man and a Woman: Total ‘kilig’ from Laida and Miggy