Starting Over Again
Philippines, 2014, 130 minutes
How do I unlove you?
Starting Over Again Synopsis

Ten years ago, Ginny (Toni Gonzaga), an Architecture student, and Marco (Piolo Pascual), a History professor, began a one-of-a-kind and unpredictable love story. In the five years that they were together, they brought out the best in each other, which included Marco’s unrealized dream of becoming a chef. Together, they worked towards their dream of opening up a restaurant, but when Ginny realized her own pursuits were different from his, she rejected his wedding proposal and left the country for a Masters degree in Architecture. At present, Ginny co-owns a one-stop Architecture and Interior Design firm specializing in Restoration. She receives an email from Marco, which was written and sent after their break-up, meant to be read four years later. It makes her feel even more regretful of leaving the love of her life.

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Reviewed by Awilkes
One of the non-stereotypical films in the Philippines mainly because the concluding part of the movie is not your usual “and they lived happily ever after” ending, which is a... more
One of the non-stereotypical films in the Philippines mainly because the concluding part of the movie is not your usual “and they lived happily ever after” ending, which is a very good thing in the Philippine movie industry. It’s a sad ending story but at the same time, it will make you smile at the end of the film. This film is like a HEAVY DRAMA with the LIGHT ENDING. Two thumbs up to Ms. Olivia M. Lamasan and to her casts and crews!
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Reviewed by sharonmae
It's a funny, romantic yet tearjerking film that you still would like to watch, especially if you're a Piolo Pascual fanatic or a Toni Gonzaga follower. These two actors are... more
It's a funny, romantic yet tearjerking film that you still would like to watch, especially if you're a Piolo Pascual fanatic or a Toni Gonzaga follower. These two actors are both earning a name for themselves in the local film industry and there's no doubt that both have talents. Quite cliche in terms of the plot, still it was entertaining because of the quirky dialogues and the natural grit of these actors. Just a bit of trivia, Toni Gonzaga's big break came through a softdrink commercial she made with no less than Piolo Pascual. Her lines in the ad went like this: "I love you Piolo"! and seeing this film I just sort of remembered that TV ad! Do check this out folks. 
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