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Kung ikaw ay isang panaginip (2002)

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Rosalie
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Eric
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Paolo (as Rafael Rosell IV)
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Sugar
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Peachy
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Felipe
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Josie
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Beauty
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Helen
Nida Blanca ...
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Aljon Valdenebro ...
Niño (as Aljon Valdenibro)
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Bebang / Bisaya
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Wen / Ilokano (as Justine Cuyugan)
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Shawie
Michael Pamular ...
Aga
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"Ay, Ay, Ay Pag-ibig'
Composed by Norman Caraan
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Light fantasy romance for Jolina fans
20 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

When Rosalie's (Jolina Magdangal) billboard crush came to life, she was ecstatic . In order to remove the curse of getting trapped in the billboard , a girl should fall in love with him, which exactly what Rosalie is doing. But aside from this, a guy should take his place in the billboard world, and that guy should fall in love in turn with Rosalie. Not only that, he should propose his love to Rosalie under the billboard. Tough job! That guy is Eric (Leandro Muñoz), who is a kind gentleman, she met in the MRT, any mother would be proud of.

At first, Rosalie's task was easy; but as he gets to know Eric, his mom, his kindness, his genuine love for her, she slowly falls in love with Eric. Eventually, she needs to chose between Paolo and Eric. Can she fulfill her promise to Paolo before Paolo becomes trapped in the billboard world in eternity?

This fantasy romance is light but can feel long at times, the fantasy world of billboard is creative but used too much product ads that it has become annoying. The MRT in year 2002 looked breezy compared to the chaos that it is now-- this I think is the real fantasy of the movie. Not really awful, but if you are not a Jolina fan, nothing much to see here.


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