Showing in cinema: December 25, 2016
Director: Theodore Boborol
Stars: Ronnie Alonte, Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia
MTRCB: Rated PG
A Love Triangle about a guy named James (Alonte) who has a crush on Kath (Baretto). Being inarticulate in expressing his feelings, he asks his friend Vince (Garcia) to send her sweet text messages. Kath is touched until they finally meet and they hit it off. One day, James could not meet Kath and asks Vince to fill in for him. This is when things become complicated.
Frankly, I have low desires to this year ‘s section of Maven Cinema to the 42nd Subway Manila Moving-picture demonstrate Fete. Not on account of whatever else but rather in light of the fact that the choice made by the Festival commission are very scary. Coordinated by Theodore Boborol (Just the Way You Are, Be My Lady), VINCE and KATH and Saint James the Apostle is the solitary lighthearted comedy passage to the 42nd year-old celebration.
Having said that, I was shocked when Cinema Evaluation Board appraised this moving picture with a twinkle “A”. The tarradiddle is initially composed by Jenny Book of Ruth Almocera. VINCE and KATH and Henry James is the fourth flick I’ve seen, after that overwhelming plot of ORO (audit on the other connection) which left me puzzled. To give you a short desktop of the story, watch the loafer beneath of VINCE and KATH and JAMES