13 Hugot Lines from Jericho Rosales and Jennylyn Mercado’s MMFF movie #WalangForever

By Gia Allana Soriano

#WalangForever follows the story of Mia Nolasco (Jennylyn Mercado) and Ethan Isaac (Jericho Rosales.) Coming from an 8-year-long relationship, the two eventually broke up due to difference in beliefs and priorities. Incidentally, Mia and Ethan once again met during one of their barkada’s reunion parties. The former couple, now cynical about love, still fails to resolve their issues. Would they eventually find their way back together?

Directed by the English Only, Please director Dan Villegas, and written by the That Thing Called Tadhana director-screenwriter Antoinette Jadaone, #WalangForever also boasts of having the right mix of kilig and kurot just like Villegas and Jadaone’s previous works.

Here are the top hugot lines from the movie.

1. “Pero paano kung naramdaman mong siya na talaga, pero may obligasyon ka sa pamilya mo, uunahin mo pa rin ba ang utak keysa puso?”

“Sometimes, alam mo, you just know.”

2.  “Anong problema mo?”

“Ikaw. Kasi sinasaktan kita kahit ayoko.”

3. “Kung ibibigay mo naman ang lahat, tapos hindi naman kayo nagtutugma, edi baliwala rin, diba? Yung classic line na, kung hindi kayo meant to be, edi hindi.”

4. “Mahal mo ba talaga ako? Kasi kung mahal mo ako irerespeto mo yung oras ko, irerespeto mo yung gusto ko mangyari sa buhay ko, yung dreams ko.”

"Sama mo naman ako sa dreams mo. Kasi kasama ka sa mga plano ko sa buhay.”

5. "Mahirap kaya makipagrelasyon sa taong hindi ikaw ang priority.”

6. “Wala akong magagawa kung tingin mo selfish yun, kaso ganun ako magmahal talaga eh, buong buo lang. Intense na kung intense, kaso doon tayo nagkaiba, eh. Ikaw, steady ka lang, chill ka lang. Nagmamahal ka lang pag-convenient.”

7. “Kaso lang, walang forever, at minsan yung isang tao na binigay mo lahat sa kanya, biglang baliwala lang lahat.”

8. “I thought letting you go was the biggest mistake of my life, my biggest regret. Alam mo, Ethan, for what it’s worth, I’m sorry.”

9. “I was selfish enough before to hold on to you. Now, I love you enough to let you go.”

10. “I know that it’s unfair, pero Ethan, alam mo kung anong mas unfair? Na iniisip mo na it’s too late para i-share mo ang buhay mo sa akin. Yun ang unfair.”

11. “Kapag hindi ka naniniwala sa forever, ibig sabihin nun, handa ka na mag-move on. Eh kaso, sabi ko kay Ethan noon, hindi ganun yung klase ng pagmamahal ko sa kanya. Hindi ko siya lulubayan, bawat araw ng buhay ko, talagang minamahal ko siya.”

12. “Sayo na ang buhay ko. So I take back whatever I said, I don’t want to let you go.”

And if nothing can console you, tandaan mo lang, (#13) “tissue lang katapat niyan!”

#WalangForever is named 2015′s Best Picture in the Metro Manila Film Festival. Jennylyn Mercado and Jericho Rosales bagged the Best Actress and Best Actor awards respectively.

Two of my favorite Filipino celebrities.

Two of my favorite ladies.

Jennylyn Mercado & Julie Anne San Jose.

I’ve loved Jen since Starstruck days. I’m the kind of fan who can’t miss any of her shows on TV. At present, I’m still a fan but I can deal not watching her shows. On the other hand, I’ve loved Julie since Sugarpop days. Her talents really show even with a group back then. I knew from the start that she’s going to be a star, and now I believe that she already is.

I just noticed something… 

Their names both start with a letter J.

They are both born on the month of May.

They both have that filipina beauty.

They can play the guitar and piano.

They can sing very well.


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