|Director||Mae Czarina Cruz|
|Writers||Mia Bacarro (screenplay)
Mia Bacarro (story)
Ricardo Fernando III (screenplay)
Margarette Labrador (screenplay)
Margarette Labrador (story)
King Palisoc (screenplay)
King Palisoc (story)
Generiza F. Reyes (screenplay)
|Cast||Sam Milby Anne Curtis Laurice Guillen Tetchie Agbayani Nikki Valdez Kitkat Guji Lorenzana Niña Dolino Leo Rialp Ricardo Cepeda Megan Young AJ Perez Shamaine Buencamino Nicole Uysiuseng Thou Reyes Nikki Bacolod Angel Sy C.J. Javarata Roden Araneta Cheska Ortega|
|Language||Filipino, Tagalog, English|
|Plot||... see Babe, I Love You on IMDb|
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|Original language: Filipino w/ English sub titles |
Can love really bring two opposite worlds together? We've been taught since elementary that like poles repel and opposite poles attract, so we should know by now the answer to this question. In this romantic comedy, we get Nico (Sam Milby) on one pole. He is an affluent Architecture professor being groomed to be the next Vice Dean. He has been working hard for this promotion in order to win back the affection of his mom (played by Laurice Guillen) who indirectly blames him for the death of his dad.
Meanwhile, Sasa (Anne Curtis) stands on the other pole. She is the stereotypical promo girl: pretty, poor, soft-witted, and unapologetically bakya. She is a perennial beauty pageant contestant who has never won the crown because she tanks at the Q&A portion. The two initially repel each other in cat-and-dog fashion, but the law of gravity makes their opposite worlds clash into each other.
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