Critics Say "Sosy Problems" is a Must-See Movie this Holiday Season
GMA Films' official entry to the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival, "Sosy Problems," starring Heart Evangelista, Solenn Heussaff, Bianca King and Rhian Ramos with Aljur Abrenica opened in nationwide theaters on Christmas Day along with the rest of the entries in the annual festival.
But days before its official release, "Sosy Problems" already received rave reviews from several members of the press and the online media (entertainment and fashion bloggers) as well as film critics who watched the film ahead of its regular screening schedule on Saturday, December 22. The momentum reached by the film on its opening day yesterday seems to have surpassed the expectations of critics and festival soothsayers who predicted that the movie is going to face a tough battle in the festival since its genre deviates from the usual genres of MMFF entries in past years.
Directed by Andoy Ranay, the comedy film also stars Mikael Daez as Santi, Alden Richards as Iñigo, classy character actress Cherie Gil as Martina, Mylene Dizon as Bernice, Mikey Bustos as Denmark, Tim Yap as Jamie Yap, Agot Isidro as Glory, Maritoni Fernandez as Dada, Johnny Revilla as Gabriel, Ricky Davao as Sebastian, Nova Villa as Lola Patria, Barbie Forteza as Becca, Kristoffer Martin as Israel with the special participation of Ruffa Gutierrez as Luca.
"Sosy Problems" is about four rich and famous ladies and their seemingly trivial, but nevertheless, hilarious problems. Their main problem, however, is that their favorite hangout place, The Polo Club, which reminds them of all the memories of their "firsts" in life – including their first kisses and love affairs – is in danger of being torn down and replaced with a mall that is not so much for the rich and famous: in other words, not a "sosy" mall.
The "sosy" ladies will do everything they can in order to stop the Polo Club owners from pursuing their plans, and they will risk everything - even their poise and glamour – to achieve their goal. In the end, out of desperation, they make a fool out of themselves - and that's the joke.
If you're looking for a light comedy film that will surely put a smile on your face, check out "Sosy Problems" in theatres near you.
For more updates and info about the film, follow its official accounts on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/sosyproblems) and on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/sosyproblems).
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