Eugene (Sam Milby) arrives in Bukidnon with only one intention: to forget his problems at work. But when he meets Raffy (KC Concepcion) and as they travel and go on ridiculous and ...
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With barely anything to live for, Emman Toledo (Aga Muhlach), a former dancer, is just about to start his life all over again. He holds the good memories of his past dearly, knowing he will... See full summary »
A crossover spin-off of the Filipino hit TV series Lobo and Imortal. The race against humanity, vampires, and werewolves fighting together in an all out war for power of their race. Who ... See full summary »
Eugene (Sam Milby) arrives in Bukidnon with only one intention: to forget his problems at work. But when he meets Raffy (KC Concepcion) and as they travel and go on ridiculous and death-defying activities together, they start to form a friendship that goes beyond Euge's original plan. Raffy helps Euge appreciate himself more and to look at things in a positive way. With Raffy, Euge begins to believe in himself again. Soon, against his own expectations, he admits to himself that has fallen in love with this girl. But life is truly ironic. The moment Euge expresses his feelings for her, Raffy suddenly starts to push him away. She admits that he can never have her, and she doesn't want Eugene to hope for a happy ending with her, because she cannot be loved. Now, it is Euge's turn to make Raffy believe in love again, just as how she reminded him to believe in himself. But is faith enough to change the course of their destiny? And is his love strong enough for him to sacrifice everything ...Written by
I was interested in watching this movie to get an idea of what fare is served by the Philippines film industry as I live in California. It is well know that in the 1930s and the 1940s, Hollywood made some of the greatest films in the world. Forever and a Day says a lot about the true conflicts that exist in life, about the things that young people do to have fun, and the ideals, true and false that challenge them. It is deeply impregnated with the Catholic culture of the Philippines. Like a few recent movies, such as Juno, it does not serve up anti-heroes but real people and the real problems that face them. The movie deals with conflicts that are real and face people in the work place, with their health, and in their personal relationships. To those that differ with my opinion, I say -- get real : life is worth living.
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