‘Finally Found Someone’ hits the cinemas in NZ on Aug 10
A romantic comedy – ‘Finally Found Someone’– marks the much-awaited big-screen reunion of the mega blockbuster tandem of John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo.
These power box-office superstars last team-up was the smash hit ‘It Takes A Man And A Woman’ way back in 2013, part of the trilogy that started it all – ‘A Very Special Love’ and which was followed by ‘You Changed My Life’.
Four years after the historic and phenomenal third and final instalment of the love story of Miggy Montenegro and Laida Magtalas, Cruz and Geronimo are set to breathe life into the characters of Raffy and April – two totally different characters in a brand new story.
‘Finally Found Someone’ is centred on the unexpected romance between Raffy Sandoval (Cruz), a PR hotshot who masterfully crafts lies for a living, and April Esguerra (Geronimo), an honest-to-goodness girl who has difficulty masking her true emotions.
A PR crisis brings the two together, and they discover that they have so much in common despite the fact that they are polar opposites – they are kindred souls on a quest for something that will complete their lives.
‘Finally Found Someone’ will make one believe in love again, say the publicists. “It is a movie for every person who fell in love and got hurt, whose relationship did not work out, and for those who lost all faith in love. This romantic-comedy will convert every jaded heart into true believers of love because the journey of Raffy and April is the journey of everyone in the quest for that one person who will reciprocate the love one has to offer.”
The movie is directed by Theodore Boborol, with a story written and developed by Carmi Raymundo and Gilliann Ebreo.
‘Finally Found Someone also stars Joey Marquez, Yayo Aguila, Tetchie Agbayani, Dennis Padilla, Leo Rialp, Alwyn Uytingco, Alexa Ilacad, Christian Babbles, Joj Agpangan, Milo Elmido Jr., Justin Cuyugan, Ruby Ruiz, PJ Endrinal, Lemuel Pelayo, Cara Eriguel, Neggy, Axel Torres, and April Matienzo, with the special participation of Enchong Dee.