EVERYDAY I LOVE YOU (Review)
Directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar
Built in petty and unreasonable conflicts, Everyday I Love You offers good romantic chemistry from its leads but like its antagonist, the film waits for its main plot to unveil in an excruciating way. Enrique Gil may be too young for his role but still manages to pull it off and Liza Soberano is as charming as ever. Putting Gerald Anderson’s character is problematic. It feels like a psychotic character that doesn’t have a solid past to back up its actions in the present.
While it is enjoyable on its first half, its pointless main conflict doesn’t deliver the goods. It only makes things worse for the film as it doesn’t make actual sense for its three main characters. It continues to find ways to bring tension among the three but only making things petty. So it resorts to generic and recycled sequences on how the audience can relate or find their heart in a joyous feeling not setting the film apart from the pile romcoms that comes to our cinemas.
2 OUT OF 5 STARS
“Everyday I Love You” is now showing in Philippine cinemas nationwide from Star Cinema. Rated G by the MTRCB.