Sunday, March 31, 2013

Movie Review: It Takes A Man And A Woman

Eh. Not going to lie, I enjoyed its first two films, but It Takes A Man And A Woman, to me, was somehow disappointing. Yes, there were a couple of redeeming factors in it and the chemistry between John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo was still extremely palpable - the latter, though I like her, slightly annoyed me with the way she delivered her lines. Maybe it was intentional? - but the story just went on and on and on. The plot dragged, the narrative fell flat, the editing was problematic and everything felt like one giant rehash of A Very Special Love and You Changed My Life. I was baffled with some of the unnecessary references from their previous films as they were, well, unnecessary and pointless. It's a decent effort and I thought that It Takes A Man And A Woman was a perfectly watchable film, but it just didn't do anything for me. Sorry. 6

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

gusto mo lang papansin.. ng sumikat ka? sori!

DAM said...

HAHA. Wait, reviewing a film that didn't exactly fit your taste makes me papansin? How? Oh, and as if writing this review will make me the most POPULAR movie reviewer in the land. Pure joy. :))

Jennifer Vidal said...

I couldn't agree more. Ive watched this film yesterday and I was really disappointed, somewhat cheesy, corny, and over the top. I've been a fan of the first two films so I'm really looking forward to this and sad to say it didn't quite deliver. The story is somewhat rushed. I gave it a benefit of the doubt and watched it again. But it didnt do it for me. The flashmob at the end somewhat copying Friends With Benefits turned out to be really corny. I still love them both and hope to see a more mature and serious movies next.

chris said...

I've watched this Movie and nakakatawa talaga and ok ang tandem nila. Kilig to the max ang fans for sure.

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