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Fun Review of ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ by Chico Garcia

Monster Radio DJ Chico Garcia posted on Instagram his take on the blockbuster film “Hello, Love, Goodbye.”

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10 thoughts on Hello, Love, Goodbye 1 Watching on its 3rd(?) week, to be fair, puno pa rin. To the point na amoy ko yung expired deodorant ni kuya sa kailwa at dinig ko yung bawat nguya ni lola ng chips sa likod. 2 I was shookt at some of the realities our OFWs face in Hong Kong. I had no idea that it’s illegal for them to have alternative rakets to earn extra. This reminded me of another festival movie, Sunday Beauty Queen. 3 I was pleasantly surprised that the unlikely combination of two halves of two of the biggest loveteams EVER, actually works! The fandoms probably never thought they’d see the day they’d see Alden and Kathryn teaming up in a movie. Imagine a movie na ang magka-loveteam si Bruce Wayne at si Tony Stark.😝 4 This being the first time I’ve seen Kathryn Bernardo in a movie, I was soooooo distracted by the fact that Kathryn super reminds me of Ricaggg! I swear para kong pinapanood si Rica onscreen! Shucks, tapos kahawig ko pa si Alden.😱 5 The film though suffers from a HUGE flaw: Alam mo yung scene na kinukulit ka ni Alden Richards tapos ido-drop mo yung calls niya??? Maling-mali eh. Cyst, feeling ko kahit naghihingalo ka na, yung huling hininga mo iaalay mo sa “hello” masagot mo lang yung tawag ni Alden!😂 6 Grabe, na-bother talaga ako sa Edna Mode hairdo ni Joross Gamboa! 7 Tip, magbaon ng tissue sa mga mababaw ang luha, sa mga iniwan ng irog, sa mga takot magmahal muli, at magbaon din ng salbabida, at baka malunod kayo sa lalim ng dimples ni Alden Richards. 8 I must admit some parts of the movie were your standard by-the-numbers, crowd-pleasing kilig moments, but where it counts, the movie and its stars delivered the goods. Especially in that crucial turning point scene, the movie was adult, complex, and raw. And the two stars flexed their acting chops and proved that they are more than just halves of their respective loveteams. 9 I’m glad they landed the ending. At first I feared that at the last minute they’d put a twist at the ending, but thankfully they left it well alone. I wouldn’t have the ending any other way. 10 They should’ve entitled this: I Don’t Love You (I Don’t Love You Too) or OFW. LDR. WTF.

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10 thoughts on Hello, Love, Goodbye

1. Watching on its 3rd(?) week, to be fair, puno pa rin. To the point na amoy ko yung expired deodorant ni kuya sa kailwa at dinig ko yung bawat nguya ni lola ng chips sa likod.

2. I was shookt at some of the realities our OFWs face in Hong Kong. I had no idea that it’s illegal for them to have alternative rakets to earn extra. This reminded me of another festival movie, Sunday Beauty Queen.

3. I was pleasantly surprised that the unlikely combination of two halves of two of the biggest loveteams EVER, actually works! The fandoms probably never thought they’d see the day they’d see Alden and Kathryn teaming up in a movie. Imagine a movie na ang magka-loveteam si Bruce Wayne at si Tony Stark.😝

4. This being the first time I’ve seen Kathryn Bernardo in a movie, I was soooooo distracted by the fact that Kathryn super reminds me of Ricaggg! I swear para kong pinapanood si Rica onscreen! Shucks, tapos kahawig ko pa si Alden.😱

5. The film though suffers from a HUGE flaw: Alam mo yung scene na kinukulit ka ni Alden Richards tapos ido-drop mo yung calls niya??? Maling-mali eh. Cyst, feeling ko kahit naghihingalo ka na, yung huling hininga mo iaalay mo sa “hello” masagot mo lang yung tawag ni Alden!😂

6. Grabe, na-bother talaga ako sa Edna Mode hairdo ni Joross Gamboa!

7. Tip, magbaon ng tissue sa mga mababaw ang luha, sa mga iniwan ng irog, sa mga takot magmahal muli, at magbaon din ng salbabida, at baka malunod kayo sa lalim ng dimples ni Alden Richards.

8. I must admit some parts of the movie were your standard by-the-numbers, crowd-pleasing kilig moments, but where it counts, the movie and its stars delivered the goods. Especially in that crucial turning point scene, the movie was adult, complex, and raw. And the two stars flexed their acting chops and proved that they are more than just halves of their respective loveteams.

9. I’m glad they landed the ending. At first I feared that at the last minute they’d put a twist at the ending, but thankfully they left it well alone. I wouldn’t have the ending any other way.

10. They should’ve entitled this: I Don’t Love You (I Don’t Love You Too) or OFW. LDR. WTF.

1 Comment on Fun Review of ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ by Chico Garcia

  1. Marcelina ramos // August 25, 2019 at 6:33 pm //

    You are soooo funny. Excellent style..

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