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She's Dating the Gangster () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. She's Dating the Gangster has ratings and reviews. Carleen said: At first, I was hesitant in reading it since it was in Filipino(tagalog). Showing *Update - This is released this march as a book and some parts of the story has .. because of the news that it'll be adapted into a movie featuring Kathniel.. ok. In “She's Dating the Gangster,” Garcia-Molina takes advantage of this, but she also challenges them. And in her best movies (this being one of them) she can deliver . To its filmmakers' credit, though, the movie makes the most out of It is all part of the fantasy that Star Cinema aims for its viewers, that.
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She ends up meeting Alex, an angsty jeepney driver who just wants to make ends meet. When Alex finds out about the truth about the princess, he questions whether he and Ella are really meant to be together. By putting them in two backdrops, it feels as though she wanted them to relearn the basics of kilig, stretching their boundaries to discover finer distinctions that can be explored and new flirty tricks that can be carried out to maximum effect. She is a director that can be easily dismissed or overrated, but after more than a decade of sticking to her method and style, appropriating them to a number of love teams whether tried or new, it just seems fair to recognize that she is an indispensable filmmaker, as vital to this industry as Lav Diaz and Wenn Deramas.
And in her best movies this being one of them she can deliver romantic comedies that are entertaining, insightful, and sensitive, with flair and skill, with hardly an unpleasant aftertaste. Jason Salcedo and Anna Larrucea — cherub-faced but possessed with intense passion and burgeoning sensuality — are students from separate schools in Baguio City forced to grow up faster because of family problems.
They go through slapstick meet-cutes and boisterous playtimes, but the kids push to take their feelings to the farthest ends, through marriage, devotion, and fighting others literally, with bloody fists! It pits not only love against all odds, but also children against adults, nature against civilization, and film against audience's own expectations. Are our notions of love merely juvenile fantasies we must outgrow, or are they the purest expressions of our soul that we must learn to protect?
What other film could unsettle with that question and still be so darn cute? Notable as the first big screen pairing of Claudine Barretto and Rico Yan as two nerds bound by their love for computers and going against the will of their parents, the film transcends the pa-cute nature of Filipino rom-coms, choosing to highlight meaningful conversations that drive the story forward instead of the formulaic notions that come with the genre.
Of course, Roni ends up finding romance in Jed Paolo Abreraher macho musician tenant who is also an avid listener of her program. Another thread tackles growth as Babsy Sharmaine Arnaiz realizes that there are greater things than dating the boy on the basketball team.
Stepping out into the great big world of advertising, she realizes how much of a pig her jock boyfriend John Estrada is and trades him for her intelligent boss Robin Da Roza.
Albert and Joanna tease one another, and struggle to act out their roles as husband and wife for Pippa until the emotions become all too real for them.
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Set apart by some sharp writing by Dindo Perez and Mel Mendoza-Del Pilar, the film also finds Bernal solidifying her distinctive voice as a director of romantic comedies. Starring Toni Gonzaga as a female incarnation of Woody Allen, the movie revolves around the neurosis of a woman convinced that death is waiting for her around the corner.
But it is really about how the love of one man Vhong Navarro saves her from herself. Cathy Garcia-Molina — make that the whole of Star Cinema — has never been more morbid, loony, and ballsy than in this one-off freak of the giant romantic comedy production plant.
Thankfully, this one got past the assembly line's rigid quality control without getting the life sucked out of it. Feel-good cinema had a moment right here: Valentin a romance would be more than a little bit misleading.
A romance requires at least an understanding from its two participants that they want the same amorous end with each other. Maxi, on the brink of his own sexual awakening, sees the cop as some kind of knight in shining armor amidst a family and neighborhood where corruption is a way of living.
On the other hand, the cop, straight and atypically honor-driven, sees Maxi maybe as a diversion from his rigorous job. Its many unusual elements, including not only the age gap between the pairing but also their differences in sexual orientation, put a cinematic face on an aspect of homosexual longing that many filmmakers have had difficulties relaying with both sincerity and levity.
What is most fascinating about the film is how Reyes makes the narrative relatable without sacrificing the escapist intentions of the genre. Each character, while seemingly just exaggerations of middle-class stereotypes, grow older alongside the leads. By shifting its focus from the much-abused cliche of finding that one true love, to the more realistic idea of friendship growing into love, the film has cleverly closed the gap between the fairy-tale fantasy that the genre has peddled for decades.
In it, a sassy Filipino tutor played with pitch-perfect hilarity and vulnerability by Jennylyn Mercado is tasked by a New York-raised Filipino-American a well-matched Derek Ramsay to translate an angry and resentful speech that he intends to deliver to his Filipina ex-girlfriend.
Of course, by the end of the film, Abby gets swept in the arms of Vince, her hardened, career-driven shell mellowed by a scenic weekend in the Mountain Province with him. And then reality comes knocking. Why choose to stop at the destination when the journey is more striking than a happily ever after? Yeng Constantino boasts in here a performance of laidback authenticity opposite Felix Roco, exuding offbeat charm as one of local cinema's most feisty, sassiest leading men. Ledesma, as if it's the simplest of tasks, exposes the matters of the heart and how its many histories tend to foolishly repeat themselves.MUST BE LOVE: Supercut
It's a film driven by its earnest intent to cover a singular experience to discover where an entire generation's aimlessness is headed. Rarely does a Pinoy rom-com flick provide the satisfaction of real, human characters facing the possibility of love headstrong, not knowing where it's headed or if it's possible at all.
This is the reason why the nature of the relationship between Marco Piolo Pascual and Ginny Toni Gonzagais never depicted with any necessary heft. If placed in real-world circumstances, a relationship between a younger girl and her ex-professor would cause more than just a stir. Its mightiest weapon however is its supposedly surprising ending which, given an entire film bent on selling a relationship that has survived through heartbreaks, embarrassments, and moral quandaries, feels like that convention-breaking element that justifies its being remembered notwithstanding its fealty to formula.
There were too many imperfections of this story but I won't mention them all. Most importantly, I felt like this "book" doesn't have a plot.
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Okay, it has one but it was too confusing and indirect. I really resisted the urge to just leave the story unfinished.
I really wanted to stop reading. But I wanted to see what everyone was talking about. I thought that with every chapter that I finish, the story would at least progress and slowly develop to reach the climax and main conflict but there were too much "filler chapters".
A lot of chapter was unnecessary. This story shouln't have been published into a book. A book is at least clear, polished, and clean. It was as if every chapter in this story was rushed. As if the author just thought of random scene to put in a chapter. To say that I am disappointed is an understatement. I really expected this story to be "good" but this story is really far from it.
I don't mean to offend anyone in this review. I don't want to come off as someone who is excellent in writing.