It’s been 6 months since Laida Magtalas (Sarah Geronimo) won the heart of her prince charming Miggy Montenegro (John Lloyd Cruz) and it has been nothing but roses—she got promoted, Flippage is now in the same building where Miggy works and best of all, her hair looks better. To Laida, nothing can break her perfect world.
Meanwhile, Miggy also feels like he’s on top of the world. He is finally okay with his family and for the first time, he’s in a relationship that has meaning. He is slowly proving to everyone that he is indeed a work in progress.
But things are quickly proven not quite what they seem. Miggy gets promoted but is assigned in Laguna. Laida, on the otherhand, is being offered a job in Canada. With their careers leading Laida and Miggy to different paths, their relationship suffers from the pressures of being apart. Will Laida and Miggy be able to keep their happily ever after? Or will they realize, a little too late, that living the dream is actually harder than attaining it?
Hindi ko alam kung ano mas gusto ko yung A Very Special Love or You Changed My Life, but one thing I know is that in A Very Special Love mas kinilig ako with the getting to know and yung time na nadedevelop na si Miggy kay Laida. on the other hand in You Changed My Life, it pictures the real life relationship yung tipong kung ano talaga ang problema sa isang relasyon. My fave scene here is the date scene, the helicopter ride to meet the family and the fireworks. Makes you think is there such a guy as Miggy Montenegro? if there is nasan na sya? sana i-date nya din ako ng ganun. am sure all of you will agree on how romantic the scene was.
Hindi siya kasing intellectual ng The Reader, kasing exciting ng Australia or kasing bongga ng Confessions Of A Shopaholic, pero there is something na meron sa movie (lalo na sa mga may syota mas naiintindihan nila yung “issue”).