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Paano na kaya (2010) Online
Original Title :
Paano na kaya
Genre :
Movie / Drama / Romance
Year :
Directror :
Ruel S. Bayani
Cast :
Kim Chiu,Gerald Anderson,Ricky Davao
Writer :
Henry King Quitain,Kriz G. Gazmen
Type :
Time :
1h 50min
Rating :
Paano na kaya (2010) Online

Mae and Bogs' long time friendship gets tested when Bogs gets dumped by his girlfriend and Mae finally admits she's in love with him. The two get into a relationship but Mae fears this is only Bogs' way of dealing with his previous heartache.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Kim Chiu Kim Chiu - Mae
Gerald Anderson Gerald Anderson - Bogs
Ricky Davao Ricky Davao - Roger
Rio Locsin Rio Locsin - Tessie
Zsa Zsa Padilla Zsa Zsa Padilla - Carmina
Rica Peralejo Rica Peralejo - Maan
Melissa Ricks Melissa Ricks - Anna
Soliman Cruz Soliman Cruz - Mr. Castillo
Robi Domingo Robi Domingo - JC
Lloyd Samartino Lloyd Samartino - Alvin
Bart Guingona Bart Guingona - Uncle Rick
Janus del Prado Janus del Prado - Andoy
Empoy Marquez Empoy Marquez - Kwek-Kwek
Alwyn Uytingco Alwyn Uytingco - Gino
Jon Avila Jon Avila - Anton

User reviews



Creativity is scarce in Paano na Kaya?, a Gerald Anderson-Kim Chiu schmaltz-fest that remains notable insofar as its title isn't a one-line-fits-all-rom-com pulled from an English-language ballad. (It's a one-line-fits-all-rom-com pulled from a Tagalog-language ballad.) Which is to say, it doles out the straightforward sugar rush an undemanding audience expects -- from Anderson's abs, to Chiu's chirpily oriental schtick routine, to a story that goes deep into romantic-comedy territory without innovation that only the most ardently romantic will swoon past the painful contrivances. In a broadly written plot where all the situations, characters, and dialog seemed to have popped out of a teenage diary, Mae (Chiu) is secretly head-over-heels with best pal Bogs (Anderson), only she's too civilized to tell him and his girlfriend Anna (Melissa Ricks). But when Anna dumps him for her boss, Bogs is left to cry on Mae's shoulders and -- wait for it -- he falls in love with her. Journey is more important for rom-coms, so the saying goes, but the venture in Paano na Kaya? is as predictable as the destination itself, brazenly knocking off ideas from its predecessors, including excruciating code-switching to Chinese one-liners that would make Mother Lily and Joel Lamangan blush. Director Ruel Bayani go far beyond kitsch by spelling out the romance in the clumsiest, most obvious way imaginable: Chiu and Anderson talk about passion of love on a fire truck in the middle of a burning compound. Such attempt highlights the fact that there's far too little brilliance to these hackneyed proceedings to make it anything more than a reason to see the pair in a larger screen.
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The storyline wasn't as creative as I thought it could have. But I feel that this movie did what any Asian drama is suppose to bring. It brought the sad, happy, funny, shock, hope, growth and love. Is this movie an award winning film? I wouldn't say so. But if you want to watch this movie like you would with any Filipino movie brought to the US, then it's a pretty alright one to watch. That's what I like about Asian movies, they capture what love should be, and not the lustful scenes that you find in American films.

Overall I would give this movie a 6.6, but being a little biased I'd round it to a 7 since I liked the actors to begin with.