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I Love You Sabado!!! (1995)

An angel falls in love with a human

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Juan de la Cruz
Mikee Cojuangco ...
Angelique
Geneva Cruz ...
Juan's band members
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Juan's band members
Raffy Rodriguez ...
Juan's band members
Paco Arespacochaga ...
Juan's band members
Ryan Ostrea ...
Juan's band members (as Ryan Ostria)
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Juan's father
Maybelline dela Cruz ...
Juan's sister (as Maybelyn dela Cruz)
Romeo Rivera ...
Rachel's father
Ace Espinosa ...
Ace's friends
Jun Aristorenas ...
Ace's friends (as Junar Aristoneras)
Boy Roque ...
Ace's friends
Philip Manzon ...
Ace's friends
Robert Miller ...
Ace's friends
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Heaven makes mistakes too. Juan dela Cruz (Janno Gibbs) was killed before his time and must be sent back to earth. However, the chief angel with a human name Angelo (Tony Mabesa) found out that he was due to die in one week's time or next Saturday or Sabado in Filipino and he would go to hell.

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This movie is inspired by the television advertisement of Jolibee, a fastfood-chain in the Philippines, which carried the jingle, "I Love You, Sabado" (literally meaning, I Love You, Saturday). The ads reflect that children are awaiting for the weekend - particularly Saturday - since their parents are bringing them to the burger store. See more »

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I Love You Sabado!, more than just a stupid comedy.
13 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

I didn't know what to expect from I Love You Sabado!, But I wasn't expecting much. Phillipine cinema has a history of bad, corny comedies.I was shocked, no astonished at how good it was. This is probably Janno Gibbs best performance, he is very good in it. I have to tip my hat to the director, he has a great pace of character scenes, and good scene construction. Sure, it's jokes are out dated, and some action scenes are pretty lame, but in my opinion it is the one funniest-movies in Phillipine cinema. It comes so full of heart and honesty, you can't hate but love it. Another interesting thing, Rufa Mae Quinto makes one of her early appearances here.


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