Here Comes the Bride

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  • 2010
  • 108 hr
  • 6.5  (167)

Here Comes the Bride is a Filipino comedy film released in 2010, directed by Chris Martinez. The movie stars Angelica Panganiban, Eugene Domingo, and John Lapus in the lead roles. It revolves around a unique concept of body-swapping amongst five different people, all in the midst of preparations for a wedding. The main character of the movie is Rodel, played by John Lapus, who is about to get married to the love of his life, Ramona (played by Tuesday Vargas). However, as soon as he enters the church for his wedding, he starts to feel unwell and faints. When he regains consciousness, he finds himself in a different body, that of Dianne (played by Eugene Domingo), one of Ramona's bridesmaids.

It is then revealed that Dianne had accidentally stepped on a cursed stone at the wedding venue, which caused the body-swapping to occur. This leads to a series of hilarious and chaotic events as multiple personality clashes and situations ensue.

The other people involved in the body-swapping are the wedding's caterer, Kakai (played by Angelica Panganiban), a childhood friend of Rodel, who finds herself in the body of a popular Japanese chef, Nanay Lotlot (played by Jaime Fabregas), Rodel's estranged mother, who ends up in the body of the groom-to-be, Rodel himself, and Dindo (played by Tom Rodriguez), the wedding photographer, who ends up in the body of Rodel's best friend.

As the wedding preparations continue, each of the characters tries to understand and adjust to their new bodies and personalities. Kakai, who has always been insecure about her weight, now finds herself in the slim and attractive body of Nanay Lotlot. Dianne, on the other hand, is a popular makeup artist but now finds herself in the body of a middle-aged bridesmaid, struggling to come to terms with the limitations of her new body.

Rodel, now in the body of his mother, finally gets to understand his mother's sacrifices for him as he experiences first-hand the difficulties of being a mother. Nanay Lotlot, in the body of Kakai, learns to appreciate and respect people for their character rather than their looks. Dindo, in the body of Rodel's best friend, discovers a newfound appreciation for the friendship he once took for granted.

As the wedding day approaches, the characters struggle to find a way to reverse the body-swapping before it becomes permanent. In a series of mishaps and mistaken identities, they finally succeed in breaking the curse, and everyone returns to their original bodies just in time for the wedding to proceed as planned.

Here Comes the Bride is a fun and entertaining movie that explores the themes of empathy, self-acceptance, and the importance of relationships. The film's plot is fresh, unique, and engaging, and the performances of the talented ensemble cast are commendable. The humorous dialogue and playful interactions between the characters keep the audience engaged throughout the movie.

Overall, Here Comes the Bride is a must-watch movie for those who enjoy lighthearted comedy films. The movie's universal themes and relatable characters make it a feel-good watch that will leave you laughing long after it's over.

Here Comes the Bride is a 2010 comedy with a runtime of 108 hours. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

Here Comes the Bride
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  • Release Date
  • Runtime
    108 hr
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (167)