TFC@theMovies brings grand comeback movie of Vilma Santos & Angel Locsin, ‘Everything About Her,’ worldwide

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  • TFC’s theatrical arm brings the movie everyone is talking about to movie screens in the U.S., Canada, Middle East, Europe, Asia and New Zealand

    Quezon City, Philippines – The much-awaited silver screen comeback of the Star for All Seasons and the award-winning box office royalty Angel Locsin, “Everything About Her,” is set to debut on worldwide screens this January and February in the U.S., Canada, Middle East, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.

    Recently graded A by the Cinema Evaluation Board, “Everything About Her” is a movie about two women who are poles apart in belief and demeanor.  Santos is Vivian, a no-nonsense alpha female who is diagnosed with cancer while Locsin is Jaica, a hired nurse tasked to care for the latter in order to conceal her sickness.

    The movie brings a rollercoaster of emotions especially when Vivian tasks Jaica to bring home Jaica’s son Albert (Xian Lim) in hopes of rekindling their relationship. Phenomenal blockbuster star Vice Ganda confirms this.  “Ang ganda.  Tawang-tawa ako noong start.  Iyak naman ako ng iyak noong dulo.  (Ang) husay ng mga bida. (It’s good.  I laughed in the beginning and cried in the end.  The three leads delivered good performances.”

    “Everything About Her” also stars Xian Lim in his first dramatic role outside his blockbuster KimXi loveteam with Kim Chiu.  Pitted against two award-winning actresses, Xian delivered.  The movie has even earned the respect of other film thespians such as Director Wenn Deramas “Napakaganda – comedy and drama.  Napakahusay nilang tatlo.  Di sayang ang perang gagamitin ninyo (It’s a good combination of comedy and drama.  The three stars were good.  It’s worth your money.”

    Directed by Bb. Joyce Bernal, “Everything About Her” has been earning not only box office numbers but as well as good reviews across audiences.  Myx VJ Ai says “Combination ng comedy and drama.  Ibang-iba ang pagkaka-portray ng movie.  One of the best local films I’ve ever seen.  Ang daming matutunan dito (It’s a combination of comedy and drama.  The movie was set-up differently.  It’s one of the best local films I have ever seen.  You will learn a lot.”  (abs-cbn)

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