A new Star Cinema movie, “Babe, I Love You”, starring Anne Curtis & Sam Milby will be showing today, and it is their first ever movie together. So, I think I should really blog about the Star Cinema movie shown before this upcoming one, and that movie was “Miss You Like Crazy” starring John Lloyd Cruz & Bea Alonzo. It was supposed to be their love team comeback movie.
I was very excited to watch “Miss You Like Crazy” because the Star Cinema movie that preceded it, “Paano na Kaya“, was a very good movie. We even bought the original DVD of that Kim Chiu & Gerald Anderson movie. I was very impressed that I thought I would be as impressed with Miss You Like Crazy. Unfortunately, the movie disappointed me too much.
The story is about Allan & Mia who met on a Pasig River Ferry Boat. Mia who was having family problems had been choosing to show her frustrations by writing on little stones, and just leaving the stones anywhere. One day, Allan was able to pick up one the stones and that’s when they got to know each other.
Allan is not single, he has a live-in partner but still, he continued with the romantic relationship with Mia. Torn between 2 lovers, he has to choose one. There’s also this scene where Allan & Mia met an old guy in a park who then said that they will end up together but it will not be an easy ride. They will meet on February 24, 2010 on that same place (coincidentally, that was the release date of the movie… crazy.. in the movie though, it was just 2005).
Allan was indecisive and opted to stay with his live-in partner. After 2 years, he decided to choose Mia but only to find out that Mia was already engaged to a Malaysian. He fought for their love but wasn’t successful.
After some time, the Malaysian guy let go of Mia. As predicted, February 24, 2010, Mia and Allan met and ended up together.
I hate the plot! Maybe, it’s just me, but is this what the script writer wants to teach us? To not treat relationships seriously? I believe love is a choice. There will be hundreds of people you can fall in love with.. it is your choice to either settle for one or continue looking. If you don’t learn to appreciate your current partner, then you’ll never be happy. If you’re unsure with someone, then don’t enter into a relationship.
I hated the movie but it still won’t stop me from watching Star Cinema movies 😛 I’m set to watch “Babe, I Love You” tomorrow, so I’ll also let you know my verdict on that movie real soon.
If you wanna see the best from the movie, just watch the trailer below:
My rating for Miss You Like Crazy: 1 out of 5 stars.