Honey (K Brosas) is a single mother of a not-so-perfect family, who also happens to find love in a Danish man named Fritz (Paul Lyderer) through an online dating site. She then gets invited by Fritz to visit his home in Copenhagen to meet and eventually propose to her, but her children, including Sweet (Elisse Joson) who joins in her trip, are reluctant on their mom's admirer as they try to get in the way of their romance to uncover his darkest secrets and convince her to call off their sudden engagement. These would then lead to heated misunderstandings among their family.
February 14, 2023 at 12:13 AM
This movie makes me cringe can't stand it. Don't waste your time it's not worth your time... Couldn't even finish the movie. Horrible representation of Filipinos. The same old type of Filipino movies that are soo predictable. I tried watching it but it's just simply bad.
The Filipinos churn out films like this, somewhat better than the awful TV shows they makes but still not brilliant but you so have to consider the low budgets they are restricted by.
This is all very daytime TV and you would believe what Sweet is thinking if her father hadn't already died from cancer.
They try to give you the impression that this is a murder mystery and the like of Honey is in danger but the Filipinos don't make those films.
It's a chick flick but watchable for men too just as long as you don't think too much about the plot.
Even the ending where everything should be warm and happy fails badly.
Thankfully, it is less than 90 minutes long so you don't have to endure it if you don't endear it.
The claims in the film of the characters being from Pretty Woman fall well flat. Richard and Julia Roberts this isn't (you never see a Filipino in thigh boots in films).