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My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore (2015)

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My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore is a 2015 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Jose Javier Reyes starring Ai-Ai de las Alas and Vic Sotto with Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza.[4] It is an official entry to the 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival[5] produced by Octo Arts Films, M-Zet Productions, APT Entertainment, GMA Films, and MEDA Productions. The film follows the love–hate relationship story between Vito Carillo (played by Sotto) and Corazon Talatala (played by delas Alas) and the growing relationship between star-crossed lovers Dondi Talatala (played by Richards) and Anna Carillo (played by Mendoza).
My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore (2015)
Aside from being the first film of the love team of Richards and Mendoza (collectively known as AlDub), My Bebe Love is the reunion film of delas Alas and Sotto after their film Enteng ng Ina Mo, which was also a Metro Manila Film Festival entry in 2011. It is also the first film of delas Alas under MEDA Productions, her own film production. This film was released in the Philippines and was internationally screened in selected cinemas in San Francisco and Los Angeles in the United States, Melbourne and Sydney in Australia, and Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.[6]

This film holds the record for highest opening day gross for all Filipino films with ₱60.4 million.[7] The film went on to gross 385 million pesos.[3] During the awards night of the Metro Manila Film Festival, it won the 3rd Best Picture and the Gatpuno Antonio J. Villegas Cultural Award. Mendoza also won the Best Supporting Actress category of the festival.[8][9]
Dondi (Alden Richards) is a nerd and an obedient nephew to his aunt Cora (Ai-Ai delas Alas) who makes decisions for him. Meanwhile, Anna (Maine Mendoza) is a stubborn and rebellious girl who seeks the attention of her father Vito (Vic Sotto) who is a widower. Dondi and Anna cross path and their different personalities collide. They eventually fall in love with each other and solve their own problems.[10] Vito and Cora are bitter business competitors and because of their rivalry, they disapprove the romantic relationship between Dondi and Anna.[11]

As their rivalry continues, Vito and Cora are caught up in a romance and this time, Dondi and Anna are the ones who disapprove of their relationship. Anna in particular strongly expresses her disagreement with the developing relationship between her father and Cora. She states that her departed mother was more beautiful than Cora. In the end, after they saw Vito and Cora being depressed because of their separation, Dondi and Anna set up a surprise party for their reunion and even inviting Aegis, close friends and business partners of Vito. After Vito and Cora were reunited and all seems well, Dondi and Anna almost kiss but was interrupted by a heart wipe transition leaving up to speculation to the audience if they were able to kiss at all. At the post-credit scene, Lola Nidora (a character in Kalyeserye) appears and urged the audience to wait for a “part two”, presumably of the film.
Main cast[edit]
Vic Sotto as Vito Carillo
The owner of Carousel Inc., an events management company and the father of Anna Carillo.Ai-Ai delas Alas as Corazon “Cora” Talatala
The owner of Party People events management company and the loud and noisy aunt of Dondi Talatala.Alden Richards as Dondi Talatala
The nerd and obedient nephew of Corazon Talatala.Maine Mendoza as Anna Carillo
The stubborn and rebellious daughter of Vito Carillo.
Supporting cast[edit]
Arlene Muhlach as Vivian
Her character is the best friend of Corazon Talatala.Valeen Montenegro as Cielo
Her character is the personal assistant of Vito Carillo.Ryan Yllana as Tootsie
His character is one of the staff of Party People.Sancho Vito delas Alas[1] as Elmer
His character is one of the staff of Carousel Inc.Manny Castañeda as Vicente
His character is the customer of Party People.Lilia Cuntapay as Mrs. Sesmundo
Her character is a 100 year-old woman who celebrated her birthday at the event organized by Party People. She is also a relative of Manny Castañeda’s character.Rollie Inocencio as the Resort Attendant
The weird waiter at the Zambales resort.Paulina Sotto as Sammie
Her character is one of the staff of Carousel Inc.
Special appearance[edit]
Joey de Leon as Dom
The best friend of Vito Carillo who gives him advice about his love life.Jose Manalo[1] as Domeng
The driver of Vito Carillo.Wally Bayola as Lola Nidora
Lola Nidora, a character from Kalyeserye, made a cameo appearance in the post-credits scene urging the audience to come back for a “part two.”Paolo Ballesteros
His character is the Floor Director of the event where Lilia Cuntapay’s character celebrated her 100th birthday.Ryzza Mae Dizon
Her character is the kid at the restaurant who revealed to Vito where Dondi and Anna are hiding.Pauleen Luna
Her character is the usherette at the event in One Esplanade.Tintin Babao (uncredited), Ruby Rodriguez, Jimmy Santos, Tito Sotto and Anjo Yllana
Their characters are guests at the event in One Esplanade.Aegis as themselves
They performed at the event in One Esplanade.
Production[edit]
My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore (2015)
In June 2015, the film was originally titled Rom-comin Mo Ako[12] and Ai-Ai de las Alas and Vic Sotto were the only confirmed actors.[13] In August 2015, Alden Richards signed a contract with APT Entertainment, one of the producers of the film, and was confirmed to be part of the film that was renamed to My Bebe Love.[12] It was later revealed that the full title of the film is My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore.[14] The “bebe” in the title is a Filipino slang word meaning “baby” (term of endearment for a girlfriend or significant other) while #KiligPaMore is a hashtag that means having more of the kilig.

In an interview, Sotto said that they were still in negotiations to include Maine Mendoza, Alden Richards’s love interest in Eat Bulaga!’s Kalyeserye television portion, in the film.[15] Jose Javier Reyes, the director, said that the film exists on its own and the effect on the couple’s television segment must be taken into consideration since Richards and Mendoza are not allowed to meet in person during those times. A few days later, after an Instagram post by Reyes and in an interview with delas Alas, it was confirmed that Mendoza would star and debut in the motion picture as Anna.[16][17] Reyes who co-wrote the script of the film with Bibeth Orteza[2] incorporated some of the story suggestions from the AlDub (Mendoza and Richards’ love team name) fans.[10] Reyes initiated a contest on Twitter where the winners were given free pass and to premiere night of the film.

Shooting started on September 19, 2015[5] and the AlDub couple began to shoot together fifteen days after the shooting.[18][19] The last shooting day was November 30, 2015 at One Esplanade in Pasay.[20] In an interview, Reyes pointed out that shooting My Bebe Love was quite a challenge due to expectations from the fans of Mendoza and Richards as well as making the senior actors Sotto and delas Alas refreshing.[21]

Release[edit]

My Bebe Love was released in the Philippines on December 25, 2015 as an official entry to the 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival.[5] Before the film’s release, television host and talent manager Lolit Solis and other entertainment writers predicted that it would be a blockbuster hit due to AlDub’s popularity.[2][22][23][24] A crowded red carpet premiere night of the film was held at SM Megamall Cinema 9 in Mandaluyong on December 21, 2015.[25]

International screenings was confirmed by its director, Jose Javier Reyes.[6] The film was shown in at least ten cities in world including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Melbourne, Sydney, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. There are negotiations to release the film in Singapore. The confirmed screenings at the United Arab Emirates, Australia and at the United States in January 2016.[26][27]
My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore (2015)
Marketing[edit]

A 30-second teaser trailer for the film was aired on Eat Bulaga! Sa Tamang Panahon event held in Philippine Arena on October 24, 2015.[14] The following week after the event, the couple together with Sotto, delas Alas, and the director of the film had their photo shoot for the film.[28] A full trailer of the film that runs over three minutes was released online on November 20, 2015.[29] On December 9, 2015, a press conference was held to promote the film.[30][31]

Before the film was shown in theaters, the cast participated in the traditional Parade of Stars of the Metro Manila Film Festival where every film entries have their own floats. During the parade, the float of My Bebe Love became the most sought-after float after fans mobbed it.[32][33]

Home media[edit]

In February 2016, My Bebe Love was made available in DVD discs by MCA Music (Universal Music Philippines).[34]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

My Bebe Love has been criticized for the addition of excessive and tasteless product placements in many scenes. ClicktheCity.com, an online entertainment site, gave the film one and a half stars out of five, stating that “the film strings together its stars’ endorsements and roughly molds them into the shape of a movie, narrative playing second fiddle to the impulse to promote brands.”[35] Film reviewer Oggs Cruz opined that “My Bebe Love is offensive because its ambitions are low.”[36] He added that the love story of Vito and Corazon fares better than Dondi and Anna. He suggested that the film should have at least “stretch the psychology that resulted in the celebrated love team of Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards.”
My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore (2015)
Philippine Entertainment Portal (PEP) in a positive review praised the chemistry between Mendoza and Richards stating that “Alden and Maine, on the other hand, act like the more mature pair. They temper those kilig moments with more getting-to-know-you scenes that can put their elders’ wham-bham way of dating to shame.”[37] PEP further highlighted improvements in Mendoza’s acting as “she acquits herself well for a newbie in the movies. Maine’s eyes reflect a whole range of emotions: joy, disappointment, shock, irritation, etc.”[37]

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