Angel Locsin and John Lloyd Cruz’ Movie ‘Ünofficially Yours’

Angel Locsin and John Lloyd Cruz’ Movie ‘Ünofficially Yours’

Dec 24

After the highly anticipated MMFF 2011 this Christmas, Star Cinema is prepping up for two commercial movie releases this coming January 2012. Opening the year with the drama film “A Mother’s Story” and John Lloyd Cruz and Angel Locsin‘s first ever movie team up, in a sexy romcom officially entitled “ÜNOFFICIALLY YOURS“.

According to previous reports and interviews, it was revealed that the John Lloyd-Angel film is a post-modern and casual take on love. It’ll be about the things that we don’t usually hear of (esp in public) but would opt to discuss in a private place. To be precise, Unofficially Yours Movie will talk about Friends with Benefits, casual dating or casual sex relationships.

unofficially yours movie poster

In the film, John Lloyd will be playing the role of Mackie Galvez, a depressed young man who’s been contemplating on why he had several failed relationships. Angel Locsin on the other hand will play the role of Ces, a modern-day woman who is afraid of commitments. When their worlds collide, a funny yet sexy love story develops.

This movie sounds really good and as a part-time box office analyst (lol) I could say that this opening salvo from Star Cinema is likely to match the box office successes of No Other Woman and Praybeyt Benjamin. We may remember that No Other Woman almost reached 300 million because of its substance and the theme it promises to offer. The maturity level of No Other Woman caught moviegoer’s attention while kids and adults indulged on the comedy offered in Praybeyt Benjamin (which reached the 300-M mark).

Those are factors which made the aforementioned movies successful. And I think, Unofficially Yours prepossess those two factors. Based on it’s “Friends With Benefits” concept, the movie will have the same level of maturity in No Other Woman (on both drama/skin) and some decent amount of funny scenes, punchlines and humor in the comedy department.

However, I am only afraid that “Unofficially Yours” may be a downright rip off of the Hollywood film “Friends With Benefits”. Well, I’m sure Cathy Garcia-Molina knows how to handle that kind of issue since she had it in My Amnesia Girl.

‘Ünofficially Yours’ is an upcoming romantic comedy film from Star Cinema starring John Lloyd Cruz and Angel Locsin. Directed by the box office director, Cathy Garcia-Molina, Unofficially Yours movie is tentatively schedule for release on January 18, 2012.

 

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6 comments

  1. There’s no doubt John Lloyd will draw large amount of people once again!

  2. Finally JLC-Angel! I’m glad na sa movie, light naman. Looking forward to this film :D

    • Looking forward to this film as well!! :D

      Andito rin si Edgar Allan Guzman, who somehow let JLC experience what he did in the movie Ligo Na U, Lapit Na Me!

  3. louie jane aldas

    i really lyk johnloyd cruz ..im a big fan ..good luck to your movie!!! I LOVE YOUUU!!!

  4. bodel

    just finished watching the movie, i really love the story. JLC and Angel did have a chemistry and portray their role very well.

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