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2015 MMFF entry of Star Cinema, All You Need Is Pag-Ibig gives you a romantic comedy that I make sure that you will fall in love and laugh so hard. 117 more words

The Artista Path: Starstruck vs. PBB (A Quantitative Comparison)

Starstruck and Pinoy Big Brother have proven to be artista-making machines for the last ten or so years. There’s a good chance that the talents you’re currently watching on local primetime TV had their start in either one of these shows. 2,127 more words


All You Need is Pag-ibig: Love just ain’t enough

By Heinrich Domingo

This time, director Antoinette Jadaone bit more than she can chew. Her magic can only go so far in bringing the best out of a problematic plot and an ensemble of lowly to mediocre talents. 622 more words


Xian Lim, topless lagi sa bagong serye nila ni Kim Chiu

DAHIL NAG-TOPLESS na si Xian Lim sa MMFF movie na All You Need Is Pag-ibig ng Star Cinema, marami ang nag-i-expect na more flesh pa ang ipakikita niya sa bagong telesye nila ni Kim Chiu na “The Story Of Us”. 13 more words


ALL YOU NEED IS PAG-IBIG (Antoinette Jadaone, 2015)

My notes on All You Need Is Pag-ibig:

1. It’s easy to identify if you’re watching an Antoinette Jadaone romantic-comedy. After the success of That Thing Called Tadhana, almost everything that she has written and/or directed followed a standard template with the usual elements (an animated prologue with a heart, a scene inside a moving vehicle like a bus or a plane, crying scene over the same pares restaurant, lovely out-of-town location, etc.). 464 more words


MOVIE REVIEW: All You Need is Pag-ibig (2015)

In the Q&A of one screening of her first film Six Separation from Lilia Cuntapay early this year, Antoinette Jadaone mentioned that she will not get tired of doing romantic comedy projects because she knows she is meant for this genre. 663 more words