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Cast overview, first billed only:
Toni Gonzaga ...
Amor Santander
Kevin Robles
Johnny Delgado ...
Allan Santander
Glenn Ricafort
Francis Villanueva
Jayson Gainza ...
Pia Moran ...
Mother of Caloy
Quintin Alianza ...
Brother of Caloy
Pinky Amador ...
Mother of Kevin
Toby Alejar ...
Dad of Kevin
Nuel C. Naval ...
Syndicate Big Boss (as Nuel Nuval)
Young Mom of Amor Santander
Young Moe
Veronica Domingo ...
Lady Goon


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Love will catch you... when you find the courage to fall.


Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

28 February 2007 (Philippines)  »

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Huli ka  »

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Zanjoe Marudo was introduced in this movie. See more »


Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Performed by Sam Milby
(Composed by Freddie Mercury
Arranged by Paulo Zarate (as Paolo Zarate)
Produced by Civ Fontanilla
Published by EMI Publishing/EMI Music Philippines
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Lackluster romantic comedy with lackluster acting
1 April 2008 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

The movie presented a very unique concept which I found so cool and watch-worthy. However, I was OVERLY disappointed with the others toppings on the cake. Please stop exposing love teams. They tend to get very boring movie after movie and characters are often underwritten to accommodate the fact that they are a "love team". Sam's character is definitely an underwritten one. His parents are both Filipinos, yet in the movie he has the American twang, which is kind of disturbing. Toni sometimes makes this face like "I need to go to the bathroom". Yes, the romantic connection was there, but I don't get why it had to be a trying-hard action flick that does not even fit the word "action". Toni does not deserve the role because she sounds like she's forcing the wind out of her throat, and Sam often looks like "Okay... what's next". There is nothing personal and biased about this. I wish the movie would have been transformed into a police station tracking down a potential assassin. Think The Manchurian Candidate + Hollywood Homicide. And cross Toni, Sam and Zanjoe out.

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