After an awkward yet memorable encounter at a stag party, Evo (Richard Gutierrez) and Grace (Marian Rivera) thought they would never see each other again. Little did they know that Grace is actually the girlfriend of Evo's best friend, Mark ('JC de Vera' ). As the arrogant player that he is, Evo takes advantage of what happened at the party to make Grace agree to his demands. He forces Grace to pretend as his girlfriend to make Akiko (Ehra Madrigal), his ex, jealous. But, they will accidentally fall in love to each other.
Laida Magtalas (Sarah Geronimo) is a modern-day Belle who works hard to provide for her family while believing that someday she will meet her prince charming and they will lie happily ever after together. That prince charming is none other than Miggy Montenegrro (John Lloyd Cruz), the youngest of the Montenegro clan — a well-established family in the business world. Laida dreams of meeting Miggy every day and every night. These dreams led her to apply as an Editorial Assistant at Miggy’s failing men’s magazine.
As Laida and Miggy’s fight to save the magazine become more intense, so is their fight to keep their intentions and emotions at bay. Will Laida and Miggy ever figure out the right combination to solve their problems in business and in their personal lives? Or will their mismatching personalities, despite their common interest and goal keep them from ever figuring out their perfect pair?
The story of a group of women who will stop at nothing to get what they want: Paula has her own business of fake bags available on the net. She’s married but is fighting the urge to have an affair with her delivery driver. Marilou's a beauty queen and a recent widow who’s now in a fierce battle with her late husband's relatives over inheritance. Wendy's a promo girl who’s always on the lookout for wealthy customers and blind to the sincere affections of a man of simple means. Ada is your typical career-driven woman except that she is also a single mom to a young boy whom she barely has time to take care of. And Tere's a nurse who’s nursing a broken heart whilst facing the dilemma of taking care of the girlfriend of the man responsible for her heartache.
Joey Hermosa (Erich Gonzales) and Marcus Hanson (Mario Maurer) only have two things in common. One: they live to make fairy-tale romances happen - Joey through her exquisite wedding cakes; Marcus through the numerous romantic comedies he stars in. Two: their own love stories do not have the fairy-tale happy endings - she was just recently dumped at the altar; he just discovered that his on-screen partner and real-life girlfriend had fallen in love with another man. These two broken-hearted people will find love again when they least expect it. Sounds like the perfect recipe for a sweet ever after! Desperate to escape the media frenzy and the intrusive questions of the public about his love life and career, Marcus impulsively decides to go on vacation in the Philippines where he meets Joey who is determined to move forward with her life. Marcus finds himself drawn to Joey's passion for baking, and rediscovers his love for acting. In love once again, he invites her to join him in Thailand. Joey refuses at first, but she eventually follows him to Bangkok and allows herself to fall in love again. But their love encounters opposition from Marcus' fans who are desperate to see him reunite with his ex-girlfriend, and from his overprotective mother. Moreover, Joey's responsibilities back home cause a strain in their relationship. Despite their love for each other, Joey and Marcus begin to question if their dreams are worth sacrificing for holiday romance suddenly turned serious. Can Marcus and Joey's fairytale romance survive life's realities?.
Watch Bromance: My Brother's Romance: Brando and Brandy are twins, one is straight and the other is gay, and both incessantly argue with each other. When Brandy is hit by an ambulance and goes into a coma, Brando reluctantly pretends to be Brandy to pay his debts and salvage his gay brother's business.
<b>Call Center Girl</b>: ?Call Center Girl? offers a moral lesson for the Filipino family. Call Center Girl gives a look into the plight of OFWs and how the absence of parents who are working abroad affect their families and children. This movie is set against the backdrop of the Philippines? fast growing call center industry.