REEL DEAL: Always Be My Maybe REVIEW

Star Cinema has always have that Valentine's Day movie that will be romantic yet quite different in theme, and this year they made a fresh new change with Aways Be My Maybe with Gerald Anderson and Arci Muñoz.

It maybe a new team up for Gerald and Arci but the movie has shown great chemistry and also potential future movies together. Arci may have started as a Kapuso, then Kapatid, until eventually now part of the Kapamilya network with shows like Passion De Amor and MMK, she is indeed bringing sexy back into our screens. Gerald, now much more mature with his roles and acting, has mastered to bring kilig to the audience whoever he would be paired with.

Together with engaging characters like Cacai, Ricci, and Jane Oineza to name a few, it can be classified as a Sexy Romantic Comedy, and they succeeded without exaggerating things. Directed by Dan Villegas, his works include "#WalangForever", "The Break Up Playlist", and "English Only, Please", showed consistency and quality of his work.

Always Be My Maybe stars Gerald Anderson, Arci Muñoz, Jane Oineza, Cacai Bautista, Ricci Chan, TJ Trinidad, Tirso Cruz III, Irma Adlawan, Nikki Valdez, Carlo Aquino, Matt Evans, Ahron Villena, Pepe Hererra, Jairus Aquino and Victor Silayan.

Always Be My Maybe now showing in cinemas nationwide. 

Deliberation time kids! 

Show summary in 3 lines: Operation Asim Check!

Technical Effects: 4 out of 5 stars (meticulous cinematography, small details may be overlooked)

Plot: 2 out of 5 stars (Predictable, but the theme saves it)

Acting and Actors: 4 out of 5 stars (It lacks giving weight to the other charcaters)

Pros:  lines, new chemistry

Cons: plot, themes borrowed from previous star cinema movies

Music and Soundtracks:  4 out for 5 stars (Marion Aunor's songs complements the theme) 

Overall: Rating 4.0 out of 5 stars (It was an entertaining movie with less exaggerations and tapping conversational comedy wins the audience)


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