Entitled and lazy are just some of the words that people use to describe millennials. But for us millennials, we could use the word misunderstood.
We are not entitled but we cannot say that some of us aren’t, we’re also not lazy but we cannot also say that some of us are not. Like every generation, there are people who emerge as good, as efficient, as lazy or as entitled, we millennials are just getting more spotlight because all of us have the platform now, which is the social media.
That’s the main goal of Regal Entertainment, Inc.’s newest barkada movie Ang Henerasyong Sumuko sa Love. To let people understand the millennials, their plights, their struggles, their views and their actions.
The most vocal about his views is Albie Casino. He has a refreshing attitude that doesn’t give a f*ck to what others think as long as you don’t bring any person down or cause them pain. And I do side with him on this one. There are a lot of problems in the world, some are unfixable and most of us are just trying to get by every day, we don’t need to bother other people’s beliefs, actions and perspectives if it makes them happy and they’re not ruining someone else’s life because of those.
Watch what Jerome, Jane, Tony, Myrtle, Albie and director Jason Paul thought about millennials and how they live their lives every day:
‘Ang Henerasyong Sumuko sa Love’ opens in cinemas October 2 from Regal Entertainment, Inc. Rated PG by the MTRCB.