Sometimes a Love Goes Wrong

I could say that there is no perfect relationship. No matter how you exert effort making it last or at least happy everyday, there are instances where you really need to cut your pride out just because you wanted to fix things between you and your lover.

Sometimes a love goes wrong but you need to stick with it simply because you wanted to stay and you really feel happy with it despite of. It takes courage fighting for something you know not universally accepted but for as long as you have a clean conscience that does not require you to explain things to the world then you have the force to keep going.




In The Name of Love – Movie Review

Well, well, well… I just got a good impression about the movie and it was proven correct when I finally had the chance to watch it on big screen (May 15, 2011).

The tale was fun and full of romance. It depicted the modern day approach of courtship – an act initiated by Cedes Fernandez (Angel Locsin) instead, chasing after Garry Fernandez or Emmannuel Toledo (Aga Muhlach) while they were in Japan.

The flow of the story is simply unpredictable which leave the movie goers a lot of questions in the first part of the scenes until the end such as What happened after Aga rejected Angel?  Why was he convicted? What happened to the mother of his son (his ex-wife)? What separated them? How did Angel get hold of her situation?

The dialogues can also make you laugh at times but moreso those had made me cry a ton of tears. The conversation between Cedes and Emman and the revelation of what had happened to both of them is such a tearful encounter which got me carried away. Honestly, my eyeliner was washed out on that part as I was crying with black tears falling on my cheeks.

The movie portrayed a game of true love where you have to gamble your life to attest eternal devotion and affection for one another despite of. And for the very first time, I have seen Aga Muhlach in action which has given the film some element of suspense.

It is indeed a good movie to watch. Something you would want to see over and over again.