A 2011 Filipino romantic film starring Sarah Geronimo and Gerald Anderson. It was released on March 23, 2011. This was the first team-up of Gerald Anderson and Sarah Geronimo in the silver screen, both of them already worked in an commercial advertisement.
They recently made their second movie of the tandem entitled "Won't Last A Day Without You" which premiered nationwide last November 30 at the same year.
Changed My Life is a 2009 Filipino movie starring Sarah Geronimo and
John Lloyd Cruz. It is the sequel to the 2008 blockbuster movie A Very
Special Love, starring Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz. Filming has
started in November 2008, just in time for its February 25, 2009 release
as Star Cinema and VIVA Films' post-Valentine offering to Filipino
moviegoers and received again an “A” rating from the Cinema Evaluation
Board. Cathy Garcia Molina reprises directorial duties for the
franchise. It is now the "Highest Top-Grossing Filipino Movie of All
Time" to beat "Ang Tanging Ina Ninyong Lahat" for its (YCML) 3rd week of
Its been six months since Laida Magtalas (Sarah Geronimo) won the heart of her prince charming Miggy Montenegro (John Lloyd Cruz) and it has been nothing but roses-she got promoted, Flippage is now in the same building where Miggy works and best of all, her hair looks better.To Laida,nothing can break her perfect little world.
Will Laida and Miggy be able to keep their happily ever after?
Or will they realize,a little to late,that living the dream is actually harder than attaining it.
John Lloyd Cruz as Miguel "Miggy" Montenegro, Sarah Geronimo as Adelaida "Laida" Magtalas
Dante Rivero as Luis Montenegro, Rowell Santiago as Art Montenegro, Johnny Revilla as Roger Montenegro, Bing Pimentel as Alice Montenegro, Al Tantay as Tomas Magtalas, Irma Adlawan as Baby Magtalas, Arno Morales as Stephen Magtalas, Miles Ocampo as Rose Magtalas, Andre Garcia as Lio Magtalas, Joross Gamboa as John Rae, Bernard Palance as Mon, Matet De Leon as Zoila, Gio Alvarez as Vincent, Kalila Aguilos as Violy, Cj Jaravata as Jules, Epifania "Panying" Limon as Office Utility
Very Special Love is a 2008 blockbuster romantic-comedy film from Star
Cinema and VIVA Films; featuring the first team-up of the Pop Princess,
Sarah Geronimo with Box-office King, John Lloyd Cruz. This movie
directed by Cathy Garcia Molina received an “A” rating from the Cinema
Evaluation Board. Moreover, the final figures presented by the two film
companies confirmed a remarkable P 180 million box-office earnings and
making it the 4th Top-Grossing Film of All-Time in the Philippines, and
also it is vying as the no.1 movie of 2008 that would make Geronimo and
Cruz the Box-Office King and Queen of that year.|
A sequel entitled You Changed My Life was released on February 25, 2009.
Laida Magtalas is a modern-day Belle who works hard to provide for her family while hoping that someday she will meet her prince charming and that they will live happily ever after together. That would-be prince charming is none other than "Miggy", the youngest memeber of the Montenegro clan— a well established family in the business world. Moony Laida desire to finally meet Miggy leads her to apply as an Editorial Assistant at his newly launched men’s magazine, "Bachelor". In spite of the fact that a relationship with Miggy may prove to be a long shot, Laida revels working in such close proximity with the man of her dreams.
By some stroke of luck, Laida lands the job. Overwhelmed by being in the presence of her long–time crush and by her recently acquired career,
remains blinded to the fact that the Miggy of her dreams is very
different from the real one. In reality, he is an unapologetic, hothead
who always thinks he's in the right. Everyone is scared of him with the
exception of the love-stuck Laida, who adamantly defends him.
Imperceptively, she caters to his every whim, even sending her in his
absence on a date with his girlfriend, breaking her heart a little. Her
colleagues question her unrelenting devotion to such a monster and when
Laida continues to proves her loyalty to Miggy, gossip regarding her
feelings for the boss starts to circulate. In an effort to deter being
the subject of her officemates' blathering, a befuddled Laida
unwittingly reveals intimate information regading Miggy’s personal life,
thus earning her his ire. After being chastised by the despotic Miggy,
Laida’s finally opens her eyes and sees him for the tyrant that he is.|
The confrontation with Laida was a rude awakening for Miggy as well and he realizes why people are so put-off by him. No one has ever talked back to Miggy before, because no one dared; Miggy was always right and that’s how he likes it. But when a seeemingly simpleton like Laida, who unquestioningly does whatever she's told, has the audacity to tell him off to his face, Miggy begins to figure out that the reason for his past failures could actually be him. For the first time in his life, Miggy garners the gumption to apologize and this new-found humility opens up a whole new world of “firsts” for Miggy. With Laida's help, Miggy slowly learns to be more of a team player and the true value of loyalty.
Unfortunately, Miggy's transformation is an up-hill battle since his siblings keeps pulling him back to his old ways and it becomes apparent that not even Laida’s presence in his life can instantly diminish the strong hold Miggy's family has over him. Undaunted, Laida does everything she can to help Miggy, even at the cost of neglecting her own family. As Laida and Miggy’s fight to save the floundering magazine intensifies, so do their struggle to keep their intentions and emotions at bay. Will Laida and Miggy ever figure out the right combination to solve their problems in business and in their personal lives? Or will their conflicting personalities, despite their common interests and goals, keep them from acknowledging that they are meant to be together?
B. (Bida Ng Ukay Ukay, Bongga Siya Day) is the first movie Sarah made
after winning the Star for A Night competition, although it was shown
after Filipinas and Captain Barbell, on March 3, 2004. This is Sarah
Geronimo and Mark Bautista's first film together, as they were being
promoted as VIVA's new loveteam. She may not be playing the lead role,
but she plays the role of Jolina's sister, Patty. Annie Batungbakal is a
musical, comedy and lovestory movie everyone will love to watch.|
Jolina Magdangal as Annie Batungbakal, Dingdong Dantes, Jordan Herrera, Ronaldo Valdez, Janice De Belen, Amy Austria, Gloria Romero|, Sarah Geronimo, Mark Bautista, Armando Goyena, Bobby Andrews, Izza Calzado
Director: Louie Ignacio
Film Production: Viva Films
Annie (Jolina Magdangal) who comes from a poor family is the epitome of an active and lively teenager. Fernando Gonzaga (Dingdong Dantes) is the owner of an advertising agency. The story begins when Annie halts Fernando's wedding thinking it was Fernando who got her sister pregnant. It just so happened that Fernando and Annie's sister's boyfriend share the same name. Our protagonists meet again when Annie auditions for a TV commercial in Fernando's agency. In spite of Fernando's initial disapproval, due mainly to his earlier encounter with Annie, the client signs her up to be their main star. Despite their rocky star, they get to know each other better, and they eventually fall in love. Things turn for the better until Fernando's father gets in the way, placing a hindrance on their fairy tale love affair. Will they accept this fate or will they fight for their love?
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