Friends... Romans... Countrymen... Yemen...
I was at SM Megamall last Saturday to met up with a college friend. I need to pay him and get a photocopy of his valid IDs and credit card. He said it was an airport protocol to present it before checking in. We used his credit card to buy my father his ticket's flight back home to Silay City.
Anyways, I went there together with a high school friend, to whom I initially have plans with. We were planning to watch "Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington" at the cinema closest to our convenience but as a good friend she opted to come to SM Megamall with me. (tama nang bolahan yan... wahahahha)
Also, I texted another college friend to met up with us because we are going to need her approval on the by-laws for the revival of our class funds. (feeling student pa rin)
We met at National Bookstore (meeting place ng bayan?) and then proceeded on the business.
After everything was settled and since me and my high school friend already have a plan on watching a movie, I invited my other two friends to come and join us (out of courtesy.. wehehehehhe).
We told them what movie we are eyeing on but almost automatically declined my offer... Ofcourse with my convincing powers and blackmailing ability (which I learned from my so-called office friends: remember FD5?), they agreed to watch a movie with us, only on one condition- not "Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington"!
We indulged again in another friendly argument but I ran out of luck this time. So, we ended up buying tickets for Star Cinema's latest offering : "Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi".
And now, my thoughts for the movie:
Th movie was very funny, entertaining and informative at the same time and dimension.
Toni Gonzaga was very effective as an overly-talkative and somewhat-beki woman. She was on-the-dot on her comedic timing. Not to mention on how beautiful she is in all of her shots (that long slender legs are to die for).
Eugene Domingo on the other hand showed us again how superb her acting skills are. She have been delivering the scripts so effectively that you cannot help but watch her and then laugh. Her chemistry with Wendell Ramos did help a lot with sequences that they are together. (Especially the room scenes... eeeeeee)
Joey Reyes did a very-well appreciated job as a writer and director of this film. Though I am not a fan of him personally, I can say that he writes good scripts for movie with marital edges (remember "Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo" and Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo.")
On this movie, he portrayed the technicalities and legalities of getting divorced.(alam ko na ngayun ang difference ng Legally Separated at Annulment) in a very funny way. He also showed how crazed and lucrative wedding preparations are. Direk Joey usually used flash-backs in most oh his sequences, for me sometimes it works and sometimes not...
But nevertheless, we have shared good laughters while watching the movie. We even had it after we walked out the cinema.
So for this movie... I give it a single bullet.
Remember, the fewer the bullets the more I like it.
You can watch the trailer below.
I shall return... sunburn!