Everything is falling into place for Alan Alvarez. With an impending high ranking promotion and four years of stable relationship with his dream girl, Daphne Recto, he is at the cusp of getting everything he's always wanted. MIa Samonte is getting tired of her forlorn life. She is back in Manila for the holidays after working hard for two years as a front desk officer in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With the hopes of getting the chance to finally have a break, her family gets into another crisis that leaves her hopeless and fated. Two individuals with seemingly predestined lives suddenly find their paths crossing on a ferry boat ride that will change the course of their journeys forever.
Writer:Vanessa R. Valdez (story), Vanessa R. Valdez (screenplay), Tey Clamor (screenplay), Juan Miguel Sevilla (screenplay)
Allan Alvarez(John Lloyd-Cruz) occasionally takes the Pasig River ferry to go to his newly purchased home. On several of these trips, Allan always sees a girl who writes messages on stones ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mark K (it) wrote: The cast is full of new talented actors and actresses but that's all the good things I can say. This film should have been called road rage bc that's exactly what it's about. A bunch of rednecks driving angrily around in RVs with the occasional ghost. Yes ghost. Ohh and horribly fake blood.
Magda P (gb) wrote: Zawsze b?d? mie? s?abo?? do Planety Ma?p :)
John M (jp) wrote: This is a stunning little movie. The details in it are astounding. And it is deeply moving.
John P (br) wrote: Not one of these brothers brings along a white woman? Pfffft!!!!!
Josh F (jp) wrote: A surprising number of them have their shit together.
Jim M (de) wrote: Pretty pictures at 24fps. And Ronit hates it! All you could want in a movie except plot and characterization.
Jeffrey M (gb) wrote: A great comedy film spoofing soap operas.
Jeff S (ca) wrote: This review contains no spoilers.Whatever your first impression of the title of this movie is wrong. This is a tragic drama of course revolving around a housemaid. It is again another fine piece of work from the Korean cinema. The theme is around one of the classic human-relationship problems.The movies has excellent performances all around and benefits from actors such as Lee Jung-Jae (New World) and Jeon Do-yeon (Secret Sunshine). Character building is quite adequate with Hae-ra's mom shaping up very quickly. Eun-yi's (Jeon Do-yeon) character get more expressive progressively. I must say the most interesting and most complex character is that of the butlress and Yeo-jeong Yoon does a fine job of acting them at each turn.The score of the movie is an originnal pieces of classical-style and deserves appreciation as such. This is one of the many things that Koreans have mastered so well.You'll love the cinmetagrophy as well however I found that some of the shots (tracking, hi-angled) were unnecessary. The score, the acting and the plot carry the movie forward so powerfully that nothing else seems to be needed. The settings and the snowey grounds definitely helped.To me the movie or the story seemed to have another hidden conclusion. And that is the messge of inevitability in life. At times and under circumstances a few steps can seal your fate forever. You can fight to change this slightly but you can change the direction of where the life is taking you. Overall if you like dramas I strongly recommend this well-executed movie.
Greg W (gb) wrote: the third armed service pic this time the air force (the other 2 navy & army)
Jacob D (nl) wrote: Not the best out of the corneto trilogy but still a absolutely hilarious movie.