Movie Reaction: It Takes A Man and A Woman

For a relationship to work, it takes a man and a woman, both to exert effort, both to make sacrifices and both to love each other forever unconditionally. That’s the moral from the movie It Takes A Man and A Woman, starring John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo from my point of view. I may not be as forgiving as Laida and her mom if it would have happened to me because I believe that if a man was able to cheat on you, he can do it again and again and again… Comparing to the past two movies, if I would rank the three, I think the first one is the best, second is the third movie and the last is the second. With the recent installment, I’ve laughed a lot and shed a lot of tears too. There are so many emotional scenes for me. The part where Miggy is asking for forgiveness and saying “No…no…”, eehhhh, he looked as if he’s really broken and can’t live without Laida. Also, there were so many funny parts when Laida was telling the team on how they should approach Empire, but I particularly like the least when they continously refered to the first movie, like the “close the door” and the videoke of Kailan. Parang na-over lang. 🙂

Overall, it’s a good movie. Worth your money and time. I will rate it 3.7 out of 5. And if they will have part 4, wherein they will be challenged with their family life, I will definitely watch it. Its a plus that I’ve seen this movie with my mom and niece! We should do this more often. 🙂