Feelennial - Experience The Laugh and Love Team of Aiai and Bayani


Age is just a number, and laughter comes in many forms. In the digital age, where almost everybody has a online life, the rules have really changed and even the Titos and Titas have now adjusted themselves to keep up with the fast changing world. Thus their need to find someone special , they would go to different heights and apps. 

Because of this the Feelennial was developed. Set to help lonely titos and titas to find love through the dating app similar to what we have today. And like many matches that would come up, knowing them personally has always been an issue for all ages. Aiai plays Madame Bato-bato who is businesswoman with a millennial mindset of always being so friendly, up to date, and always on the phone. Meanwhile Bayani is a happy-go-lucky guy with a lot of money to burn yet has not found the love of his life.

Both became part of the app called Feelennial and become hooked on chatting and hoping that they would meet in person one day. You can now watch the movie and see how comically complicated  their love team would become just for the shake of love.
It has been a while since Bayani had his own starring film while Aiai shows that comedy and a little bit of drama is still her strongest suit. Impressively, I never thought that the two would have comedic chemistry. We may need to have another movie with Ai and Bayani because of the fun we had with the movie.


Feelennial stars Nar Cabico, Arvic Tan, Ina Feleo, Nicole Donesa, Jelai Andre, Nicole Donesa, Sofia delas Alas, Skelly Skelly, Micah Muñoz, Raffy Roque, with special participation of Martin Nievera, Pops Fernandez, and Paolo Ballesteros. Directed by Rechie del Carmen, screenplay by Kutz Enriquz, Borj Danao, and Onay Salesnow,  produced by Cignal Entertainment and DSL  Events and Production House, now showing in cinemas.

Deliberation time kids! 

Film summary: Tinder For Titos/Titas

Favorite quote: “Kapag gusto mong mag move-on.... Sagada "  - Madam Bato-Bato


Technical Effects: 2 out of 5 stars (A lot of drone shot which are beautiful but some may not be necessary)

Plot: 2 out of 5 stars (A light story, predictable yet was driven by its actors)  

Acting and Actors: 3 out of 5 stars (Aiai and Bayani team up was really hillarious)

Pros: Aiai-Bayani, Martin-Pops cameo, dialogues 
Cons:  Abrupt cuts, scene transitions, unnecessary drone footages

Music and Soundtracks:  3 out for 5 stars (Includes the OST "Himala' by Raffy Roque)

Overall: Rating 3.7 out of 5 stars (It was a very satisfying comedy because of the hilarious chemistry of Aiai and Bayani) 

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