It Takes a Man and a Woman International Screenings

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Box office says that the third part of Miggy and Laida’s saga has already earned a whopping P250M and, even until now, is showing no sign of the people’s interest for it ever wavering.  People are quite plainly hooked on the heart warming love story of our beloved couple and their funny friends who unwittingly crawled right into our hearts to probably stay there forever.

What I really loved about this movie is it destroyed major cliches pervading our country’s show business that insist that movies, in order to be funny, should be slapstick, medyo “bastos” and ever filled with innuendos,  spattered with images of a person maligning either someone who’s gay, ugly or obviously exhibiting teeth-gritting stupidity.

Some movies you can predict how they will end and what scene would follow another –but somehow, this movie, completely deviated from the common reactions one might anticipate and simply walked on a path that  boldly speaks of the truth.  The script was witty, well executed by the actors and the emotions were painfully raw and bare.  Although this movie is far from perfect, the couple, director, writer, message —the entire ensemble, speaks perfection.

Rowell Santiago was right in his interview, it broke all barriers in society.  First time I saw the rich and intellectuals not minding to stand in the long queues for a tagalog  movie, men initiating to watch a chick flick, and celebrities going gaga on one of their own watching the movie at least three times.  I am sure if you have nuns or priest friends, you wouldn’t be ashamed to take them with you in the cinemas to watch this very beautiful movie.

April 12 would begin the international screening of  It takes a Man and a Woman and I am sure you you will find it refreshing and liberating to watch what we’ve already enjoyed more than once.

[SOURCE for the Infos below: Click]

US Theaters – from April 12 to 25, 2013

  • Consolidated Kaahumanu 6, Hawaii
  • Orange Stadium Promenade, Orange County, CA
  • Century at Tanforan, San Bruno, CA
  • Century 25, Union City, CA
  • Century Great Mall, Milpitas, CA
  • Century Laguna 16, Elk Grove, CA
  • Century Roseville, Roseville, CA
  • Cinemark River Park 16, Oxnard, CA
  • Century 14, Vallejo, CA
  • Century 14, Northridge Mall, Salina, CA
  • West Covina Stadium 18, West Covina, CA
  • Ontario Place Stadium 22, Ontario, CA
  • UA Horton Plaza, San Diego, CA
  • Cerritos Stadium Cinema, Cerritos, CA
  • Digiplex Mission Marketplace 13, Oceanside, CA
  • Tinseltown USA, Houston, TX
  • Cinemark, The Legacy, Plano, TX
  • Cinemark Webster, Webster, TX
  • Century Park Lane, Reno, NV
  • Regal Village Square Stadium, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cinemark 18, Norfolk, VA
  • AMC Hoffman Center 22, Alexandria, VA
  • Cinemark 16, Mesa, AZ
  • Clearview Hoboken Cinemas, Hoboken, NJ
  • AMC Loews Jersey Gardens 20, Elizabeth, NJ
  • Clearview’s First Ave Theatre, New York, NY
  • Parkway Plaza 12, Tukweila, WA
  • AMC Loews Rio Cinemas 18, Gaithersburg, MD
Canada Theaters – from April 12 to 25, 2013
  • Coliseum Scarborough, Scarborough, ON
  • Square One-Empire Studio 10, Mississauga, ON
  • Cineplex South Keys, Ottawa, ON
  • Sunridge Spectrum Cineplex, Calgary, AB
  • Cineplex – Movies 12 Edmonton, Edmonton, AB
  • Cineplex Northgate Winnepeg, Winnepeg, MB
  • Cineplex Odeon International Village, Vancouver, BC
  • Empire Studio 12 – Guildford, Surrey, BC
  • Consumer Protection BC, Burnaby, BC
  • Cineplex Odeon Centre Mall Cinemas, Saskatoon, SK
  • Cineplex Odeon – Southland Mall, Regina, SK
  • Cineple Odeon Forum, Montreal, QC
  • A-Z Films, St-Laurent, QC

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