A Very Special Love

A Very Special Love

Laida Magtalas is a modern-day Belle who works hard to provide for her family while hoping that someday she will meet her prince charming and that they will live happily ever after together. That would-be prince charming is none other than "Miggy", the youngest member of the Montenegro clan — a well established family in the business world. Moony Laida's desire to finally meet Miggy leads her to apply as an Editorial Assistant at his newly launched men’s magazine, "Bachelor". In spite of the fact that a relationship with Miggy may prove to be a long shot, Laida revels working in such close proximity with the man of her dreams.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Filipino,Tagalog,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:coffee,   rain,   poor girl,  

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Tim M (ca) wrote: Another strong 2013 crime drama from the Philippines. This one focuses on the entrenched corruption of politics and the hitmen that profit from it. Not quite as polished or suspenseful as Metro Manila, but it has a brisk pace and some great surprises."an audacious trawl through the gutter of Manila's political structures, evoking the very best conspiracy thrillers of the 70s while remaining utterly contemporary and local."-Anton Bitel, Sight and Sound

IOnell S (de) wrote: Los franceses no andan con mates muestran la realidad a como es. Excelentes actuaciones. Lo nico que demasiado larga para una historia simple.

Stephen C (ca) wrote: In 1990 the game of football in this country was at a crossroads. For years the so called English disease had ripped the game apart with Hooligans gaining a rep so bad which culiminated in the Heysel stadium disaster in 1985. Following that and The Hillsborugh dsaster the previous year hopes for the world cup that year were not high. This fascinating documentary uncovers how a team of so called donkeys came agonizingly close to reaching the world cup final. Gary Oldmans naration is based on Pete Davis book All played out which followed the team and fans during Italia 90. Whats follows uncovers how the goverment of the time were clueless when it came to the game and how genuine fans were treated by Italian Police. The main focus of the film is on Bobby Robson and Paul Gasgoine showing how during the world cup bothe came through being called no hopers and turn them selves into legends. Being a football fan i remember Italia 90 and the film envokes the period very well indeed ,it also has plenty of unseen footage and a stonking sound track. A very good film for fans and non fans alike

Roman R (ru) wrote: Paul Dano es un actor con un rango limitado. Su rostro denota tristeza o frustracion de manera efectiva pero la felicidad lo elude. Quizas su estilo es apropiado para interpretar al musico Joby Taylor, quien sacrifico a su familia para perseguir una carrera como estrella de rock aunque actualmente se encuentra en un vacio existencial. En este momento en su vida decide conocer a su hija Ellen. "For Ellen" es un drama que exige la paciencia del espectador pero nunca la recompensa. La cinta se siente tan vacia como la expresion de Joby y no hay suficientes momentos emotivos para conectar con sus personajes. Lo cierto es que este es el rol mas maduro de Dano, aunque la pelicula no funcione del todo.

Tim G (es) wrote: A Chicago journalist suffering from memory loss takes leave from his job and returns to his rural hometown, where he bonds with his Alzheimer's-impaired uncle Rollie and his old flame. I found this movie to be more aggravating than entertaining.

Luke W (kr) wrote: Demetri Martin brings his usual quirky charm to his one-hour special that both new and old fans alike will enjoy. After viewing, I would highly recommend watching his series "Important Things with Demetri Martin".

Private U (au) wrote: Hyv meiniki varustettuna mukavalla stadin jutustelulla

Paul B (jp) wrote: So bad I am off to vomit.

Erin S (de) wrote: I really enjoyed it. I found it sweet without being over the top.

Robert D (gb) wrote: Really dug this, the rape scene is pretty messed up and leaves you wanting Will to kill.

Adrienne L (ca) wrote: Monica Potter and Joesph Fiennes have great chemistry. I love this little romantic comedy about an Amercian woman who flies to England to find herself, and possibly true love. Instead she finds three friends who all seperately vie for her affections.

jesse k (ag) wrote: This is an awful movie and Kidman sucks as usual. No redeeming qualities here and the fact that it is a remake of an excellent film means that the producer of this rip off should go to prison.

Lara C (ru) wrote: I saw this years ago, when I was a child and it made me laugh. I saw it again few days ago and it still made me laugh on some bits, but only some. Easy to watch, but nothing special, just another parody.

Stuart K (it) wrote: Robert Altman has always had a taste for making offbeat character pieces, combining the comedic and the dramatic. Here, he sets a gold-plated standard, with a satirical look at the country and western music scene in it's titular capital. This sprawling epic is set over a few days in Nashville, Tennessee. It follows groups of characters performing throughout the city in the run-up to America's Bicentennial birthday, which will climax with a political campaign by the mysterious Hal Phillip Walker. Such stories include reigning queen of Nashville Barbara Jean (Ronee Blakley), curious BBC journalist Opal (Geraldine Chaplin), superstar singer at the Grand Ole Opry Haven Hamilton (Henry Gibson), married couple Del Reese (Ned Beatty) and Linnea Reese (Lily Tomlin), the latter is having a clandestine relationship with folk-rock singer Tom Frank (Keith Carradine). It's a brilliantly realised film, combining Altman's trademarks of overlapping dialogue, improvisation from the actors, (they wrote all their own songs!!) and documentary style shooting. (Altman shot so much footage, that it nearly became TWO films!! :O) It's a brilliant cast, and it is a very powerful, with some dark humour throughout, and it's a better film than Short Cuts, and once you see this film, you will become a fan of country and western, bluegrass and the Grand Ole Opry. Plus, you'll want to go and visit Nashville too!! :D One of Altman's very best films, and look out for cameo's from Elliot Gould and Julie Christie as themselves... :DRobert Altman has always had a taste for making offbeat character pieces, combining the comedic and the dramatic. Here, he sets a gold-plated standard, with a satirical look at the country and western music scene in it's titular capital. This sprawling epic is set over a few days in Nashville, Tennessee. It follows groups of characters performing throughout the city in the run-up to America's Bicentennial birthday, which will climax with a political campaign by the mysterious Hal Phillip Walker. Such stories include reigning queen of Nashville Barbara Jean (Ronee Blakley), curious BBC journalist Opal (Geraldine Chaplin), superstar singer at the Grand Ole Opry Haven Hamilton (Henry Gibson), married couple Del Reese (Ned Beatty) and Linnea Reese (Lily Tomlin), the latter is having a clandestine relationship with folk-rock singer Tom Frank (Keith Carradine). It's a brilliantly realised film, combining Altman's trademarks of overlapping dialogue, improvisation from the actors, (they wrote all their own songs!!) and documentary style shooting. (Altman shot so much footage, that it nearly became two films) It's a brilliant cast, and it is a very powerful, with some dark humour throughout, and it's a better film than Short Cuts, and once you see this film, you will become a fan of country and western, bluegrass and the Grand Ole Opry. Plus, you'll want to go and visit Nashville too!! One of Altman's very best films, and look out for cameo's from Elliot Gould and Julie Christie as themselves... 5/5

Mike B (nl) wrote: Not good, but you already knew that.