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That Thing Called Tadhana 2014 123movies

That Thing Called Tadhana 2014 123movies

Nov. 09, 2014110 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The films asks the questions “Where do broken hearts go?” and tells the story of a woman struggling to meet airline baggage requirements who meets a man who comes to her aid. Both in despair out of love, they form a charming friendship that will take them to Sagada in their attempts to mend each other’s hearts.
Plot: A story about a broken-hearted girl who meets a boy in a not so normal way. Together, they go to places and find out “where do broken hearts go?”.
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On the Question: Where Do Broken Hearts Go?
One of the most endearing assets that ‘That Thing Called Tadhana’ has is that, while it follows a simple storyline, it is delivered with utmost sincerity and honesty. The film arrives in an age of Philippine cinema where the romantic comedy genre is defined by its capacity to deliver and imbue “kilig” to the audience; it is expected to get silenced and drowned by the loud clamor and screams for the widely familiar romcoms headlined by today’s biggest loveteams like KathNiel and KimXi, but it nonetheless, survives and sets itself apart, a quiet star amid the sea of supernovas.

The story begins with a chance encounter: a man (JM De Guzman) trying to lend a hand to a stranger trying to forget her past and its heartaches. They start a journey that both of them don’t know where it ends; it seems unlikely, but throughout that trip, something that isn’t familiar, develops, it moves in a lazy pace, but it nevertheless feels right and heading to a better place. TADHANA’s message is delivered in quiet and unassuming ways, yet it’s recognizable, and speaks in deafening volumes to everyone who shares the same struggle that both the leads are undergoing.

Without the female lead’s (Angelica Panganiban) seemingly endless rants and emotional outbursts, the film is naturally quiet and calm. This is the film that isn’t too reliant on music or any heavily orchestrated score to set its mood or enhance whatever it is that is already there, instead, it lets its own natural melodies hum and conjure the necessary emotions needed to make every scene work. That being said, you would also realize, that every time it makes use of music as an emotional tool, it works perfectly and delivers the shiver in numerous folds. You would applaud on how endearing and genuine the performances of our leads are; in spite of the cliché lines they throw now and then, it is how realistic their presentation of both their dialogues and characters, that make the two and their stories, really relatable. Angelica is brilliant here, so is JM, and together they make an undeniably overwhelming chemistry.

The question “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” rings throughout the whole movie. As our protagonists take attempts to answer it, the film makes us travel from Rome, Manila to Baguio and to the breathtaking landscape of Sagada. TADHANA never answers that, but it sends a hint that wherever it goes, as long as you’re moving on, it will end up being OK.

This movie deserves a perfect 10/10.

Review By: prospectus_capricornium Rating: 10 Date: 2015-02-16
That Thing Called Tadhana–the more toned-down and relate-able version of the Korean My Sassy Girl–but I mean that in a very good way.
JM De Guzman, where have you been all this time??? There are actors who give theatrical performances and then there are the REALLY good actors who are able to give natural, believable, relate-able and subtle performances that come across the screen better than the most literal dialogue.

JM De Guzman has very expressive eyes. You can see the meaning behind his words through the twinkle in his eyes. Yes, you can quote me on that.

I admit I rarely watch Filipino movies but this one had me laughing and crying so hard. Very well-written screenplay and the characters are very lovable and relate-able.

There are a lot of tongue-in-cheek references to JohnLloyd-isms which make Angelica’s dialogues all the more funnier (because as of this writing, as far as I know, Angelica and John Lloyd are still together). I can imagine Angelica and JM reading the scripts for the first time and laughing “I HAVE to do this movie!”. Because the script/screenplay is THAT good.

Even though this film is pretty much a more down-to-earth adaptation of the Korean “My Sassy Girl”,–hey, come on, beautiful heartbroken girl meets this plain-looking guy who is willing to go with her mood swings and road trip whims— I like that there are still a lot of culturally unique themes that makes this truly Pinoy.

The only thing missing from this movie is a really good musical score or even an OST more substantial (or LSS-friendly) than “Where do broken hearts go” or “Tadhana” which you only really hear through an incoming call ringtone.

And having been a Baguio resident for many years, I loved that they showcased several spots in Baguio (and also Sagada) which made me miss that place all the more.

Review By: cate_stuff Rating: 9 Date: 2015-02-18

Other Information:

Original Title That Thing Called Tadhana
Release Date 2014-11-09
Release Year 2014

Original Language tl
Runtime 1 hr 50 min (110 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated TV-PG
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Antoinette Jadaone
Writer Antoinette Jadaone
Actors Angelica Panganiban, JM de Guzman, Joem Bascon
Country Philippines
Awards 4 wins & 18 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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That Thing Called Tadhana 2014 123movies
That Thing Called Tadhana 2014 123movies
Original title That Thing Called Tadhana
TMDb Rating 6.4 17 votes

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