Pastry chef Macky has struggled with his weight for most of his life. It’s not easy being fat, especially when you’re secretly admiring a young socialite columnist named Ninia who gets the shock of her life when she sees Macky in his 300-pound glory. Macky hires Aira as personal trailer and in the process of losing weight, the two gained love and affection for each other. But soon after Aira agrees to accept an offer to work abroad, being the breadwinner of the family. Two years pass and the Macky who was once laughed at is now one of the most sought-after bachelors in town. Macky now has to choose who really is his big love: the woman he dreamed of all his life or the woman who loved him unconditionally
Not a good movie. A bad movie with a few good touches, and SOME unpredictable parts sprinkled in with the general bland-ness. Occasionally charming. Mostly stupid.
All Star Cinema movies seem to have the exact same goal. Tell a simple, uplifting message (love conquers all, someday your prince will come, don’t judge a book by it’s cover, work hard but not too hard, money isn’t everything) and deliver moments of kilig, sadness, redemption. Story be damned. It doesn’t have to make sense.
Why treat the audience like idiots? Why not try harder?
We know the answer to that of course. Money. Star Cinema doesn’t know how to make movies. They know how to make money.
SINCE Star Cinema spent a ton of movie on their stars, promotion, prosthetics, film stock, etc… At least get the technical aspects down.
Fat suit uneven and fake. Production design weak and cramped. Lighting uninspired.
The script was a mess. It looks like several scripts mashed together.
Toni was good, given the material. Sam seemed as good as he’s ever going to get, which isn’t saying much.
Not worth watching. Let’s not give them any more money. 4 out of 10