Regal Entertainment, Inc. raises the temperature even higher this summer as it presents the Joel Lamangan movie “The Bride And The Lover” headlined by sizzling female leads Lovi Poe and Jennlyn Mercado.
Lovi and Jennylyn not only competed against each other in terms of baring and daring but also tried to outshine each other in the acting department.
This is why the mother and daughter team of Lily and Roselle Monteverde feels they have made the right choices after seeing the erotic-drama’s provocative rushes.
Moviegoers should not only watch out for Lovi and Jen’s heated encounters, but also their confrontation scenes as they play two women determined to win the heart of award-winning actor Paulo Avelino.
Of course, Lovi knows that showing skin on the screen is part of maturity as an actress. She has done so a number of times in magazine cover and Regal movies like “My Neighbor’s Wife,” “Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow” and more.
But over and above those curves, one would feel her depth and growth as a young actress recognized several times over by various award-giving bodies.
Jen, meanwhile, is referred to in showbizlandia as a young, hot mama for being able to maintain her svelte figure even when she already has a son.
No wonder, men still find her attractive with such strong sex appeal.
In the story, Vivian (Lovi) is sole heir to a business empire. Vivian ha a friend, Sheila (Jennylyn), who is a lifestyle magazine editor. Philip (Paulo), meanwhile, is the hottest bachelor in town engaged to be wed to Vivian.
On their wedding day, however, Vivian creates a big scandal by revealing Sheila and Philip’s affair.
The revelation naturally tears the three characters’ worlds apart.
Vivian and Sheila leave the country to forget. Philip, meanwhile, is left by his lonesome in an … ailing.
When Sheila returns, she learns about Philip’s condition and emotions are rekindled.
On the other hand, time away and even greater success change Vivian. She hatches a dark plan when she finds out that Philip is ill and that he and Sheila have reconciled.
Vivian once more befriends Sheila, who is set to marry Philip.
Tables are turned this time around when the supposed bride becomes the lover and the supposed lover is now the bride.
What’s more, the former bride (Vivian) becomes a fearfully revengeful lover to get her ex-fiancee back.
Definitely, crisp dialogues and fierce confrontation scenes make “The Bride And The Lover” a highly-charged erotic-drama everyone would love to watch!
The movie tries to answer questions like: Will you put friendship at stake for the love of a man? Is friendship a strong foundation for serious relationships?
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