7.29.2008

Sarah Geronimo & John Lloyd Cruz in 'A Very Special Love'

Sarah Geronimo & John Lloyd Cruz in 'A Very Special Love'

A Very Special Love is an upcoming romantic-comedy movie featuring the first team-up of Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz on the big screen. It is set to be released on July 30, 2008

Synopsis:
John Lloyd plays Miggy of the Montenegro clan, the owner of several businesses including a publishing firm that he manages. Sarah plays Laida, the breadwinner of her family. She is hired as an editorial assistant for one of Miggy's magazines named Bachelor. Miggy decides to make Laida his own personal assistant and even forces her to pretend to be his girlfriend during an event. Pretty soon, Laida's dedication to her job and the special attention that she receives from the big boss catches the attention of the other employees. She becomes the butt of jokes and gossip within the office. Is it possible for someone like her to fall in love with a guy who is a snob and a braggart? A Very Special Love is about two young people from totally different backgrounds who discover that love truly knows no barriers.

See full list of characters, synopsis, movie trailer & worldwide showtime/location after the jump.


A Very Special Love Cast & Characters
* Sarah Geronimo as Laida Magdalas
* John Lloyd Cruz as Miggy Montenegro
* Joross Gamboa
* Matet de Leon
* Al Tantay
* Gio Alvarez
* Irma Adlawan
* Marianna del Rio
* Miles Ocampo
* CJ Jaravata

A Very Special Love Synopsis

Laida is a modern-day Belle. She works hard to provide for her family while believing that someday she will meet her prince charming and they will live happily ever after together. That prince charming is none other than Miggy Montenegro, the youngest of the Montenegro clan—a well established family in the business world. Laida dreams of meeting Miggy every day and every night. These dreams lead her to apply as an Editorial Assistant at Miggy’s newly established men’s magazine Bachelor despite it being a long shot, hoping that working in the company will allow her to be close to the man who invades her dreams every night.

By some sort of luck, Laida lands the job. Overwhelmed by the being in the presence of her crush, and by her instant employment, Laida remains blind to the fact that the Miggy she dreams of is very different from the real one. Miggy in person is a hothead who thinks he’s always right. The word “sorry” doesn’t mean anything to him. Everyone is scared of him, except Laida, who is always ready to defend her dream man. Blindly she caters to his whim, even when he sent her to be his proxy on his date with his girlfriend, breaking her heart a little. Her co-workers question her unrelenting dedication to such a monster but when Laida proves quite loyal to the man, gossip about Laida’s feelings for their boss starts to circulate. Laida, to defend herself, unwittingly reveals information about Miggy’s personal life which earns her his ire. Being shouted at for the first time by the man she dreams of opens Laida’s eyes to reality. And her awakening in turn leads to Miggy’s rude awakening of why people do not like him.

No one has ever talked back to Miggy before. No one dared tell him their opinions and or suggestions. Miggy was always right and that’s how he likes it. But when Laida, a simpleton who just follows his every command tells him to his face that he is wrong, Miggy begins to wonder if the reason for his failures could actually be him. For the first time Miggy apologizes. And this opens the door to a whole new world of a lot of “firsts” for Miggy. With the help of Laida, Miggy slowly learns to be a teamplayer. With the help of Laida, Miggy slowly learns the value of loyalty.

But Miggy’s conflict with his siblings keeps pulling Miggy back to his old ways, and not even Laida’s presence in his life can clear the shadow casted on him by his family. Laida does everything she knows just to help Miggy at the expense of time with her family. As Laida and Miggy’s fight to save the magazine become more intense, so is their fight to keep their intentions and emotions at bay. Will Laida and Miggy ever figure out the right combination to solve their problems in business and in their personal lives? Or will their mismatching personalities, despite their common interest and goal keep them from ever figuring out their perfect pair?

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Sarah Geronimo & John Lloyd Cruz in 'A Very Special Love' Showtime & Locations:
NORTH AMERICA
SAN FRANCISCO August 1-7
UA Stonestown Twin
501 Buckingham Way
San Francisco, CA 94132
Tel: 1-800-227-9676

SEATTLE August 15-21
Regal Cinema East Valley
3751 E Valley Rd,
Renton, WA 98057
Tel: 1-800-227-9676

LAS VEGAS August 15-21
Regal Village Square Stadium
9400 W Sahara Ave.,
Las Vegas, NV 89058
Tel: 1-800-227-9676

SAN DIEGO August 15-21
UA Horton Plaza
475 Horton Plaza
San Diego, CA 92101
Tel: 1-800-227-9676

VALLEJO August 23
Empress Theater
330 Virginia Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
www.empresstheatre.org

SAN JOSE August 16
California Theatre
345 South First Street
San Jose, CA 95113

HAWAII September 5-11
Regal Dole Cannery Stadium 18
735 Iwilei Road #B
Honolulu, HI 96817
Tel: 1-800-227-967

PASADENA August 29-September 4
One Colorado
42 Miller Alley
Pasadena, CA 91103
Tel: (626) 744-0510

GUAM August 1-21
Micronesia Mall Theaters
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MIDDLE EAST
Tickets available at the Box Office EARN BIGATIN POINTS THRU MOVIETIME! Just fax or email your movie ticket, name & bigatin card # to : 04-3979073 bigatin@abs-cbnme.com

DUBAI Aug. 14, 15, 16
Al Ghurair Cinecity
Times: 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9, 11pm
Tel: 04-2289898

SHARJAH Aug.t 14, 15, 16
Grand Megamall
Times: 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9, 11pm
Tel: 06-5751888

ABU DHABI Aug. 21, 22, 23
Grand Al Mariah
Times: 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9, 11pm
Tel: 02-6785000

QATAR Aug.t 28, 29, 30
Grand Cine Center
Times: 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9, 11pm
Tel: 974-4839064

BAHRAIN Aug. 28, 29, 30
Seef Cineplex
Times: 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9, 11pm
Tel: 1 7582220

Vienna, AustriaTBA Aug 31











4 Comments on "Sarah Geronimo & John Lloyd Cruz in 'A Very Special Love'"

Darlyn on July 29, 2008 said...

excited to watch this one widescreen..

anyways can we xlinks..??

A Very Special Love | Music Video and Trailer on August 06, 2008 said...

great movie review Julia, :)

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Anonymous said...

Hahha.. nice review. It's worthy.

Galing din kasi nang pekikula.

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