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I don’t understand why Sarah Geronimo has to wear a bad wig in her movies with John Lloyd Cruz.
She’s a pretty girl with nice hair. Can’t they just dye it or curl it, if they wanted to make her look “Americanized”?
Why resort to bad wigs?
Just say no, Sarah G.
Surely when they make you wear a bad wig there’s a this little voice telling you this looks wrong. But maybe you’re too nice to complain. Someone has to say it.
If you’re not sure about what the director is telling you to wear, consult a stylist.
Consult Liz Uy, Millet Arzaga, Alodia Gosiengfiao, or something. Consult a woman.
If they wanted to hire someone who looks like Eugene Domingo, they should’ve hired Eugene Domingo.
I enjoyed your movie with JLC, A Very Special Love but this one, I’m just gonna say no.
P.S. John Lloyd can also say no. He can say, “I’m not gonna kiss that bad wig. Nope. Not doing it.”

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Guest

Oh my Gee!! ang ugly nga the hair. WT!! : ))”

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talaga naman nakakadistract yang wig na yan na naka fly away..kaya nadamay tuloy ung buong movie nawalan na din ng sigla parang yung wig lang ni sarah na matigas..ang corny na..prang naging pilit din yung character nila matet and joross.

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Jana Lopez

There are SO many pinoy movies with actresses wearing bad wigs. I’m not so sure they all know that we all know that it’s a wig and it looks horrendous! Get ko naman they need to look different pero keri naman yun ng buhok nila, ang dami kayang hollywood actresses na umiiba ng buhok just for a role. 😀

Finally someone said it, OFF WITH THAT WIG! 😀

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It’s the director’s signature! Cathy Molina @_@

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Anne Reply:

That’s what I heard too, haha! A weird signature because all the leading ladies are beautiful and have great hair! But I guess it works because Cathy Molina’s movies are all hits.

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Anne

That’s what I heard too, haha! A weird signature because all the leading ladies are beautiful and have great hair! But I guess it works because Cathy Molina’s movies are all hits.

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Anne

I agree, I hate the wig! But in Sarah’s defense, her character calls for exactly just that it seems: bad hair and quirky outfits (which the movie stylist achieves if that’s their goal, in my opinion). And the wig sort of works with the character’s personality. The wig is the magic! Btw, Sarah is actually styled by Liz Uy and Pam Quinones for shoots and events!

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ay naku yung wig parang bulbul ng tisay lang na hindi na shave…

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The Infinity

If I’m not mistaken, the stylist is Ian Soriano (saw the credits at the end of the movie). He’s to blame with all of this! hehehe Seriously, the wig was pretty distracting, though at times, it looks natural. Depende siguro when they shot that particular scene. I was looking closely at all her scenes if there was ever one (scene) when she didn’t use any wigs – wala talaga. Nakakainis lang na she had to resort to wigs tapos sa poster, real hair na. Ano iyon??! Anyways, the movie is sooo GOOD! And hilarious!!! Mapapatawa ka talaga and I admit,… Read more »

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Guest

Sarap buhusan ng iced tea si Sarah dahil… bad wig and bad clothes…

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Good movie. You should watch. Better than a very special love. Minus the wig haha

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How often can local celebs/ or those in the local film industry say NO? Those who can (or who have the balls/guts, or the showbiz hatak via sanguinity or via their mega history) would they even say NO to a bad script, bad direction, bad styling? Look at the trailer of the new Marian movie. It’s a film by a more respectable director, yet the trailer is very network-approved-and-recommended as it reveals the entire plot. The word NO is perhaps unheard of among their kind. [Reply]CVS Reply:March 31st, 2013 at 2:10 PMyou’re right! thanks for the insight [Reply]CVS Reply:March 31st,… Read more »

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yup, giving us a bad rep. We don’t wear bad wigs here.

I feel bad for Sarah G. per Kc’s martin late at night interview regarding their recent Brazil trip. I felt like Kc was pretty annoyed. Then I felt worse when I saw her recent guesting with John Lloyd on GGV when she was dancing for JL. Please watch it on youtube. She is humiliating herself but I can’t blame her. She’s not growing up normally bec. of her mom.

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Parang tumigas lang na basahan sa bahay nila with matching fly-away style pa, tapos biglang nilagay na sa ulo! haha!
Si Sarah talaga masunurin na bata – pati basahan OK lang isuot sa ulo nya. As in walang angal. 🙂

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maianaz

I still go to Be Beautiful! hehehe Tita Baby 🙂

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@chuvanest:disqus baka walang budget for stylists like Liz Uy…. sana tinanong na lang nila kung saan bumibili lahat ng mga beki na sumasali sa Ms. Gay contests o sa mga santacruzan….I swear they have better fake hair than Sarah G.

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Infaaaaaairness, the movie was funny. And nice.

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Ana Maria Zamora

I NEED TO WATCH THIS =))

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CVS Reply:

samahan mo si Mom!

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just see the movie, the bad wig actually at times looks great on sarah – just saying… and the movie was good

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Guest

Yung wig parang mop na nagkatawang tao! Regal shocker

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Guest

Jusmiyo! Santisimang wig yan! Dapat kasama sa billing yung wig! 

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Zel Reply:

“…and introducing: Mattie Gas-Wig”

(beauty points sa maka-gets!)

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“…and introducing: Mattie Gas-Wig”

(beauty points sa maka-gets!)

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Just when you thought philippine cinema has improved light years, you see this and realize, it just isn’t so…

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Guest

Hindi lang may wig, may twang pa. Level up na si Laida, naxxxx!

I’ll watch this to the end—to see the credits kung may sponsor ang wig…

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LOL the wig is a gift that keeps on giving. It won’t ever go away, laging pinaguusapan eh! But it’s hard not to notice it when it’s THE ONE constant with this director and Sarah Geronimo. Para syang mole ni Enrique Iglesias – nung nawala, nawala yung lucky charm hahaha. Anyway, moving on from the wig (if that’s even possible!) there are other reasons to cringe at this movie! It’s quite CRINGETASTIC 1. What a cringey title: It takes a man and a woman. it almost feels like the title was made for that one line in the end, “what… Read more »

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LOL. The “Sundance-JoomJoomJoom-POWERHUG” triumvirate is everyone’s Kryptonite(way stronger pa)! 
I can’t imagine them having sex—JLC:”I’m commin!” Sarah:”I’m waitin’!” JoomJoomJoom POWERHUG!!!

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Baka she’ll change her hairstyle and get rid of the wig some time in the movie. Teaser pa lang itong nakita natin, eh. 

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ErleeB

Dapat ang title “It Takes A Man and A Wig”

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CVS Reply:

lol

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Maya_Maya10608

sabi ng feng shui kay Cathy Molina, dapat naka-wig ang starring role para kumita!

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oh sh**! Parang ganyan ang cut ng hair ko, pero natural black pa, thinking of dyeing it. Now I know I’m not going to go that light. Parang gusto ko tuloy munang magtago…

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toni balbuena

sana ginamit nya n lang natural hair nya mas bagay p s story 

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maybe she’s imitating Charice..

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Guest

Baka naman that’s the part of the film, Laida a woman with an awful hair.

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CVS Reply:

lol

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MICHELLE MUNOZ

basta pelikula ni direk cathy, expected na may naka-wig diyan haha =))

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Ehmergerd..it is Eugene Domingo.O_o

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Scary.  Really scary.

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boi skater

Why are Pinoy films dubbed? I don’t get it. Often the words don’t
even match with the movement of their lips.

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Benigno Fincale Reply:

even films from abroad are dubbed if sound quality is not good. they call it ADR – automated dialogue replacement. unfortunately, pinoys are sloppy when it comes to ADR work

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Benigno Fincale

even films from abroad are dubbed if sound quality is not good. they call it ADR – automated dialogue replacement. unfortunately, pinoys are sloppy when it comes to ADR work

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rae026

Oh wow, and its not just one wig!!  Can’t Sarah have a say in how she is styled in a movie?  And John Lloyd should steer away from roles like this.  He is too good an actor to waste his time on such crap.  Time to pick his roles. 

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Sigh. Same thing noticed as soon as I saw the trailer. Anong meron ba talaga sa wig na yannn? Feeling lucky charm?

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rae026

Oh Lord, and its not just one wig!!  Can’t Sarah even have a say on how she is styled?  Poor girl.  John Lloyd should also steer away from roles like this. He is too good an actor to waste his time on such nonsense.

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Tintin

sarap ibabad sa hot oil ng 48 hours yung wig ni Laida!

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des castle Reply:

parang dapat downy ang gamitin. lol

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parang dapat downy ang gamitin. lol

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komiho

Hindi ba nasabihan ang writer/s + stylist na mga experts from all over the globe ang nag-aalaga sa hair ni Sarah G. katulad nina Dr. Francesca Fusco,Teddy Charles,Thomas Taw at Yuko Yamashita  [Reply]Topaz Horizon Reply:January 10th, 2013 at 5:20 PMMega LOL!  [Reply]purble Reply:January 12th, 2013 at 9:57 AMSarah’s shampoo endorsements should bar her from wearing wigs. Imagine you’re the face of a shampoo brand tapos lalabas a sa pelikula with fake hair [Reply]Chris Paglicauan Reply:January 13th, 2013 at 8:06 PMAnd they should fine anyone who’d ask Sarah to wear a wig. If a role requires shorter hair, then she should cut it.… Read more »

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Mega LOL! 

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purble

Sarah’s shampoo endorsements should bar her from wearing wigs. Imagine you’re the face of a shampoo brand tapos lalabas a sa pelikula with fake hair

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Chris Paglicauan

And they should fine anyone who’d ask Sarah to wear a wig. If a role requires shorter hair, then she should cut it. Ganun sa Hollywood di ba? Re: Anne Hathaway for Les Miserables.

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Wala ang regular voiceover! 😀

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Naman. 2013 na, hindi man lang na-include sa storyline na nagpa-hairspa si Laida. Tsk.

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holord. that wig really just evolved into a creature all its own. 

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HILARIOUS!!!! The wig…oh man…the wig….

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