Here Comes the Bride
Here Comes the Bride tells the story of five different people who get their souls switched in the middle of a wedding preparation on a solar eclipse. Stefanie's (the bride) soul gets into the body of the snobby Precy, whose soul gets into the yaya, Medelyn, whose soul switches with Bien, the grandfather, whose soul enters the gay beautician's body, Toffee, whose soul enters Stefanie's body. The problem is the souls are happy where they are except for the bride, whose wedding is coming. She now has to find a way to get into their own bodies.
- Stars:Angelica Panganiban, Eugene Domingo, John Lapus, Tuesday Vargas, Jaime Fabregas, Cherry Pie Picache, Tom Rodriguez, Cai Cortez, Johnny Revilla, Bart Guingona, Ricky Rivero, Ricci Chan, Neil Ryan Sese, Ayen Munji-Laurel, Madeleine Nicolas,
- Director:Chris Martinez,
- Writer:Chris Martinez
On the day of her wedding, Precy who has the soul of Stefanie seek the help of Kim Atienza. The solar eclipse happens once every two years. The five waited two years for the eclipse to happen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Here Comes the Bride torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: about forgiveness...
(de) wrote: As much fun as cleaning out the kitty litter, and it lasts much, much longer...
(it) wrote: i would say this movie had its funny moments .. but it turned out to be an agony to watch in the end.. even with the star studded cast and the pretty neha dhupia couldnt save this one. Mainly cuz the cheif character in the movie turned out to be an excuse for a human being and an entirely confused and imbecile individual. ANyway the almighty twist and turns in the end eventually sealed its tragic fate. Dont bother if you havent seen it yet.
(ag) wrote: i love this baywatch where i first meet my wife i like too much this one.
(mx) wrote: Mi nuevo director fetiche...
(it) wrote: You can't help but admire Troy Hurtubise's passion, even if you can't help laughing at his methods
(es) wrote: this just follows so many others of this type
(it) wrote: Reminded me of a Blair Witch-like rendition of Saw.
(fr) wrote: Alright so here's the next best picture to review: Gigi.Plot: Gigi is a young girl who lives with her mother and grandmother in turn-of-the-20th-century Paris. She is learning to be a courtesan from her Great Aunt Alicia while her grandmother spend time with a wealthy young man named Gaston who has grown to be bored with his life. After Gaston recently publicly humiliates his mistress, he decides to go on a vacation by the sea and Gigi convinces him to take her and her grandmother with him, and they have a great time. Because of this, Alicia wants to work more into Gigi's education to try to make Gigi as a prize to Gaston, much to the former two's unawareness.While I wouldn't say this film holds up after all these years, I still ended up enjoying it for the most part. It's well acted, the story was not spectacular but it was still good, and the music was...alright. When I say alright, I mean that while you might like most of the music, most of the songs turn out to be very plain and not very groundbreaking as far as music goes - especially coming from the guy that did My Fair Lady. But at the same time I ended up liking the songs anyway at least when it came to the subject matter behind them. When I say that, I mean that some of them are about things I feel that we don't usually hear when listening to a musical such as songs like The Parisians and I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore. Yet at the same time I have issues with some of them like how Gaston's Soliloquy seems a little too similar to I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face from My Fair Lady, (to which I feel the fact that this was done by Frederick Loewe who has done the music for both of them explains it.) But I think the worst is the very first song Thank Heaven For Little Girls. When I brought up to my brother that I had just seen this film, the first thing he said was "wasn't that song just creepy?" Why would he say that? Because it's sung by Uncle Honor who is an old guy. And and old guy singing about little girls...that does sound pretty darn creepy. But other then that, the characters where acceptable, the story was confusing at some point but was still enjoyable for the most part, ultimately it's not one of the best film musicals or musicals in general, but you can still enjoy it for the most part.And that's my review for Gigi. It's not a great musical with it's songs that have somewhat unique subjects but doesn't change much in terms of tune, or characters and story that you would find particularly great or memorable. But it still turn out to be a simple musical with a simple story you'd expect from a musical that in a way makes it a decent time to watch.
(es) wrote: funny animation morie O do lov it
(nl) wrote: This is a truly disturbing movie with great performances from the four leads.