GT - A MOMENT TO REMEMBER


I swear I never have watched a movie with my husband that he cried other than this - this movie is close to being a masterpiece. I should love my own, so to speak, but Philippine movies’ theme are recycled over and over again that it's already so predictable and sad to say, producers spend less on research which I think they should work on. But applaud the makers of independent films, they are brilliant.

Other than Japanese series, which also are superb when it comes to themes, some Korean Movies are wonderfully crafted… I swear, two hands up.

And A MOMENT TO REMEMBER is just one of the best these yellow people had brought into the cinemas.

Sad to say, it did not reach our cinema screens and we’ve watched it only on home DVD, (sorry, pirated, LOL!) but it’s the first time I brought my husband into tears, grabeeeee, it will really blow you emotionally, it’s because it runs around the story of how a tough man have loved and took care of a woman who has forgotten who she was as she was suffering from Alzheimer's disease. This movie opened my eyes to what this disease can cause you and your family. Don’t ask me anymore the names of the actors, I find it hard to pronounce their names but their performance are beautifully delivered.

This movie is about forgiveness, family, and the realization of what loving a person really means?

This might be an emotionally disturbing movie but it’s the best venue to know what your partner got. I swear don’t let this year end without watching this movie with your husband or boyfriend. I highly recommend it.

You can watch it HERE… it’s subtitled in English so you still can understand it… I learn to speak conversational Korean language through watching Korean films. Watch it… or if you won’t believe me you can read reviews.

17 comments

  1. wow.. nindot diay ni te hehehe.. dli man kaau ko fan sa korean movies mas ganahan ko sa ila series.. I've watched so daghan na jud.. as in addict to the max..

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  2. Hmmm... papanoorin ko nga ito. :) I agree with you, some Pinoy movies tend to recycle stories (some are even derived from other foreign movies). There's this Japanese movie that I got to watch on TV, but I forgot the title... gustong gusto ko rin yun. :)

    You can check my GT post HERE.

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  3. i agree with you sis. I can count on my fingers kung ilan lang ang napanood kong tagalog movies. tinitipid kase ng mga producers para malaki ang kitain nila kaya ang result ay lousy films.

    i like korean movies and koreanovelas too
    but haven't seen this one. thanks for sharing.

    http://momsupsndowns.blogspot.com/2010/08/movie-to-watch-with-your-partner.html

    btw, i am your new follower here. happy GT!

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  4. haiist, Koreans really make the sweetest and most romantic story lines =)

    my entry is here http://kcelebration.blogspot.com/2010/08/whats-perfect-movie-date.html

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  5. not yet seen this mine is up http://www.loveandthoughts.com/2010/08/gtmovie-love/

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  6. hmmmm hindi ko pa napanood to sis :D sige nga masubukan pag malakas ang internet, ako din mahilig sa pirated, affordable kasi.. LOL

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  7. haven't seen this yet... mukhang heavy drama.

    happy GT!

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  8. waaaa, sugad jud ko nag israel was na jud ko movies , wala nako alam.. pero murag nindot kani tan-awon dah!

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  9. super agree ako tungkol sa pagtitipid ng mga Filipino producers. I have heard this movie but haven't seen personally.. nakakaiyak nga daw..got to prepare my hankie I'll be watching this..tnx for the links..a late girl talker here

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  10. this sounds very interesting ngbasa pa lang ko about sa story and sa sakit sa girl makaguol na..if i can find an original dvd of this movie sa video city, ill really grab it..thanks maam Vernz

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  11. mukang super ganda vernz.. anu ung link na bnigay mo sa last part? i would really like to watch that with husband.. naku eh un nga napaiyak un nung nanood kmi ng CLICK.. panu pa siguro yan! lol

    naexcite nmn ako to see this one hihih

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  12. di ko pa napanood to, cguro kasi ayoko ng maxadong madramang movie,, and at the same time di pala naishow to sa local cinema

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  13. As always Korean movies was the best. Their are just gifted to make love stories! I just can't wait to watch them if I could. I just can't find means to watch one. Maybe on Netflix. It will remind of the movie The Notebook which I shared actually on this week's GT: http://www.pinayinstates.us/2010/08/gt-notebook.html

    Thanks for sharing!

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  14. looks nice...

    followed you here sis...

    http://www.jaz4atot.com/2010/08/movie-for-dadi.html

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  15. uhmm it sounded like the notebook kay alzeimers disease tama ba akong pagkaspell hehehe salamat sa dalaw girl

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  16. gosh the guy's so gwapo, in fairness. LOL. I. MUST. SIMPLY. WATCH. THIS. coming from you, i know this is really good. thank you for your suggestion!

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