24/7 in Love

24/7 in Love

Jane, a die-hard fan, wants to win tickets to Billy Fernandez's concert. To do this she must answer the question, "What would you do if it was the end of the world?" In search for this answer she meets different people with different love stories: a 40-year old virgin named Virgie who meets a gigolo named Charles; a hopeless romantic secretary, Barbara who is helping her boss, Ken with "personal issues"; Belle who is in love with her gay best-friend, Butch, an active-executive; Verna who falls in love with a waiter named Elvis in Vietnam; Jomar who is trying to court Ayie with the help of a 35 year old mentally-challenged man named Pipoy; Patty who traces her first love, Alvin to become a model for her company.

"What do you want to do before the world ends?" This is Jane's (Kathryn Bernardo) idea for the video project she wants to submit to win a VIP ticket to watch her ultimate crush Billy's (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


24/7 in Love torrent reviews

Draco I (gb) wrote: Me gust ms la primera, pero esta tambin est chida.

Will T (nl) wrote: Very authentic feel. Interesting dynamic between the woman and her host family, as well as and how the white world's view of her. A little rough around the edges but this rawness reflects the film's spirit.

Terri H (br) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Carter A (es) wrote: Predictable plot, and some of the acting is only so-so, but of course, Sinatra's songs are wonderful.

Ray J (gb) wrote: Probably one of their most disappointing efforts. This one lacked the humor that there later movies had.

Nick B (kr) wrote: Knightley, Moretz, and Rockwell are great all around.... the movie is decidedly decent...

Eden R (nl) wrote: A film centering on sports gambling and the NFL was always going to have me interested but this film fails on almost every level. Great cast who don't click, no 'inside baseball' discussions on gambling OR football which at least might interest a hardcore audience. On top of that a ridiculous backstory for Pacino's character just heaps salt into an already open wound.

Michael A (de) wrote: One of the most frightening films I have ever watch!This film really scared me.So, I really loved being scared.