Only son Carlitos suddenly finds himself the man of an all-female household when his father dies of heart attack. He falls in love with an offbeat girl and is forced to make a choice ... See full summary »

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Ronaldo Valdez ...
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Nikka Valencia ...
Aljon Jimenez ...
Leo
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Bimbo Bautista ...
Jun
Liza Lorena ...
Ines
Marita Zobel ...
Gloria
Ramil Rodriguez ...
Ronald
Ogie Diaz ...
Didoy
Gina Leviste ...
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Only son Carlitos suddenly finds himself the man of an all-female household when his father dies of heart attack. He falls in love with an offbeat girl and is forced to make a choice between following his heart or risk losing the love of the family which has nurtured him all his life. Written by fab-one

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25 December 1993 (Philippines)  »

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Loving Someone  »

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Love story Worth rewatching
4 January 2017 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

Twenty years after, this Reyes classic still feels fresh. Thanks to witty dialogue, realistic scenario and good actors. Although the love story of the leads (Muhlach and Melendez ) have been dealt with countless times -- boy meets girl, family doesn't like girl, boy realizes he loves her-- this still is a joy to watch. Perhaps due to Reyes behind the screenplay or the actors' natural acting or maybe just the fact that there's no slaps, overly melodramatic confrontations, make this movie worth rewatching . On the downside, the marriage that came at the end of the movie feels too rushed. Aga realizing quickly he loves her and offering marriage maybe too 90s for today's audience. Looking back, this could very well be a prequel to "kasal, kasali, kasalo".


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