After being so disappointed with Miss You Like Crazy, here I am truly loving Babe, I Love You. Thanks Star Cinema for the save!
The story is about a guy and girl who are from different worlds, one is educated and the other is not. Will a relationship like that work out? Babe, I Love You was unpredictable and it’s truly rare with movies nowadays. Very nice twist in the movie, never even thought that there would be that kind of angle in the story.
The stars Anne Curtis & Sam Milby truly have this genuine chemistry that you can see in the movie. Suffice to say, Anne Curtis is one of my favorite filipino actresses and I wouldn’t miss seeing any of her movies (especially with the guy she loves in real life :P).
Great cast, great story, great acting… what can I say? You should watch it! It’s a very cute movie with less kissing scenes, just good story. I loved it!
Just to give you an overview, Sam plays a professor who is focused on becoming assistant dean. However successful he has become, his reckless past still haunts him as his mother still blames him for the death of his father.
Anne plays a promo girl who met Sam’s character in a bar where she instantly fell in love. The series of events that happened next was too cute, romantic & touching as they become close, they struggle to fight against outside factors such as what others might think about their relationship since they come from different worlds.
A big twist near the end also threatens to end their relationship. I shed quite a few tears as there were some scenes that I was able to relate to. I think the overall question that is asked in this movie is if you are willing to accept the person you love for who they are, including their past mistakes as well. It is also about reminding us that relationships is not without struggles and problems too, but that you have to also work on them.
Here’s the trailer:
I suggest you watch this movie! It’s as good as Paano na Kaya but the story is different. I actually think it’s cuter as the drama is less strong 🙂
My verdict for Babe, I Love You: 4 out of 5 stars.