Ten years ago, Ginny (Toni Gonzaga), an Architecture student, and Marco (Piolo Pascual), a History professor, began a one-of-a-kind and unpredictable love story. In the five years that they were together, they brought out the best in each other, which included Marco’s unrealized dream of becoming a chef. Together, they worked towards their dream of opening up a restaurant, but when Ginny realized her own pursuits were different from his, she rejected his wedding proposal and left the country for a Masters degree in Architecture. At present, Ginny co-owns a one-stop Architecture and Interior Design firm specializing in Restoration. She receives an email from Marco, which was written and sent after their break-up, meant to be read four years later. It makes her feel even more regretful of leaving the love of her life.
Mark C (ru) wrote: One comes away with the impression that the writer of this has lived through a bad relationship of two.
Mauricio J (au) wrote: otra vez cayendo en secuelas inesesarias y esta es re inesesaria
rose r (kr) wrote: funny this movie is tryin to show some of limitiations of people in repoblic islamic of iran ( specilly for women ) through a football game ...i should remind that in reality bahrein team won the game.
Matthew S (ru) wrote: A solid film with two engaing and likeable performances from the two leads. It's very smart in places but doesn't get the belly laughs required to qualify as a truly funny comedy. However, it is very witty.
jay n (ru) wrote: I can see why Shirley took this on, the chance in a brief period to create seven different characters but none of the vignettes really go anywhere and the viewer is left with a feeling of indifference.
k l (fr) wrote: HATARI! is a much warmer film than it is funny, in fact, as a comedy, its gags are quite feeble. Set in a dramatic landscape in Africa, there is not a lot of drama, and everybody, even the animals, are mild and cooperative. It's astonishing how the film managed to have no blood or killing at all, and that makes the film a fable like experience - boy falls in love with girl, surrounded by friendly and welcoming animals. This, and the fact that there is no villain or villainy at all throughout the film, and the fact that everybody loves one another, and that "love" is strictly retrained the pure and simple platonic sense, all contributed to its likeableness. About the only flaw of the film is its pace and its gags, which as I said, are not comic geniuses. But HATARI! is truly a great film from the master Howard Hawks.
Wahida K (ru) wrote: The actress in the Movie was too Dramatic for my taste. It has a lot of LOL s moments but it lacks on the plot.
Cameron F (mx) wrote: Extraordinary documentary following the lives of two NBA hopefuls and the colleges who want to recruit them.