From the director who gave us Tanging Yaman, Laurice Guillen, is back with another heart-warming family drama which teaches us about love, faith and life. Sa ‘Yo Lamang stars Lorna Tolentino, Bea Alonzo, Coco Martin, Enchong Dee and Miles Ocampo. Dianne Alvaro (Bea Alonzo) seems to have a happy family. She and her mom (Lorna Tolentino) just bought a house for them, her younger siblings are doing great at school, and her boyfriend of two years is already preparing for their future together. But everything in her life shatters when her dad, Franco (played by Christopher De Leon), returns after ten years of being with his mistress.
Devon W (de) wrote: Visually beautiful, otherwise forgettable. The Black Swan of fashion
Jennifer N (de) wrote: i liked it a lot. it had a weird ending, but other than that, it was unique...
Private U (ru) wrote: DAMN!!!...Original gangster level!
Jebus B (es) wrote: Well it was an entertaining anime but I have one problem with it, The alotted time, this was to short to be a feature length film. If it was advertised as a mini-series or a Short film, that would have been alright. The blood Splatter action was awsome along wth the neat CGI animation. I would give it a watch if you would love to see something not so epic but entertaining for 48 minutes.
Todd L (gb) wrote: I've been going through all the old Cheech and Chong movies so I screened this one tonight. Over all it was not a very good movie. I give it a 40 because it contained skits of their live act that I liked. There actually should have been more of this. This is the first time I had ever seen this movie (while I have see the earlier classic moves a few times over the many years).
Joshua L (nl) wrote: A moronic head scratcher that will test the patience of even the most hardcore bad movie fans.
Heather M (us) wrote: It was cute. But someone needs to teach British people about subtlety and how to keep a movie entertaining without relying on candy colors and cheesy music. Mary Poppins worked because while you saw her magic, at the end of the scene, it could have just been an illusion.