Verdict: Proceed with Caution

Pinoy Rebyu Score: 2.33 (6 ratings)

Genre: Romance, Comedy

Director: Wenn Deramas

Writers: Mel Mendoza-Del Rosario, Wenn V. Deramas

Cast: Anne Curtis, Luis Manzano, Eugene Domingo

Synopsis: As a nerdy young architecture student, Elizabeth Pedroza (Anne Curtis) was completely obsessed with campus heartthrob John Eduque (Luis Manzano). Years later, she’s devastated to find an obituary for John Eduque in the newspaper. She shows up at the wake and makes a scene before realizing that the John Eduque who died was her longtime crush’s father. She flees the scene, leaving everyone at the wake to think that the deceased had a mistress. Feeling jilted, the departed’s wife Belinda (Eugene Domingo) sets out to discover the identity of the supposed mistress. John Eduque sets out to do the same, promising to exact some revenge. But he ends up developing feelings for Elizabeth as well.

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Reviews:

3.0          Rommel Llanes (PEP)

“Naging katawa-tawa si Elizabeth sa pamamagitan ng facial expressions ni Anne (Curtis). Sumasabay rin si Anne sa pagpapatawa ni Eugene Domingo at sa mahuhusay ring komedyante na sina Candy Pangilinan at John Lapus.” (Read full review)

3.0          Ihcahieh

“There really is nothing interesting about the story. In fact while seeing this you might just get the urge to pommel the lead character with something hard on the head because her dilemma is so stupid and the solution involves something as simple as coming clean and clarifying things with the people involved.” (Read full review)

2.5          Philbert Dy (Click the City)

“It’s too bad, because a lot of the film is kind of clever, fully exploring the absurdities of its soapy premise. The blatant product placements knock another point off this film. Who’s That Girl? could have been a great movie, but in its current form, it’s a pretty murky proposition.” (Read full review)

2.5          Mistervader

“A simple premise, with a paper-thin plot, and overplayed gags you could see coming a mile away. This wasn’t a shining moment for Philippine film, but there is no question that the movie still has a lot of good things going for it, starting from the unmistakable chemistry between Anne and Luis, who played off of each other pretty well, and had enough acting talent to salvage the terrible script.” (Read full review)

1.5          Cathy Peña (Make Me Blush)

“Most the film runs on wrong assumption, and though this may bring the expected hilarity, gags running on protracted conjectures eventually lose steam, as in the case in this slapstick fodder.” (Read full review)

1.5          Nel Costales (Sine Patrol)

“This bland movie, designed to sell the concept of high living at a condominium, may as well be the template for future SMDC movies.” (Read full review)