Inseparable as siblings, Jeff and Kat grew up very close to each other through thick and thin. Kat being overzealous and very wary of girls who likes her brother Jeff. Her Kuya simply means the world to her. Years later, Kat is all grown-up and lovely, and soon awaits her Kuyas return after four years of hard work from abroad. But all this excitement of a sibling reunion is foiled at the airport upon sight of Heidi, Kats worst nightmare and her brothers fiancée. Fueled with envy, Kat embarks on an all-out scheme to pull out all the stops to their impending wedding with the help of her gay bestfriend of all seasons. However, as Kat schemes to freeze the marital icing off her siblings cake, she finds herself falling for the charms of an evicted reality show superstar - Aris who happens to be Heidis brother. As she desperately clings to her last semblance of family, her Kuya Jeff, will Kat be able to stop this bridezilla from snatching away her only Kuya in her life?
David M (mx) wrote: Definitively worth a look. Very interesting and enlightening!
Blae T (de) wrote: Probably the best Ice Age movie. It's such a shame the next one was so bad.
Wave C (kr) wrote: the son of no one is another bad cops movie that show us what happens when you're trapped in the past , maybe not good as it should be
Tristan P (nl) wrote: Overall a pretty lame movie, but if you've ever wanted to see Sara Rue topless, this is probably going to be your only chance.
Seth P (au) wrote: Very dark, gritty, and raunchy...just like the comics of Brian Johnson... Just like Kevin Smith said when answering a question why Brian Johnson made the movie, he said "I guess he thought there wasn't enough clown rape in the world"
Jarrod N (it) wrote: Wow. This movie has it all. The cast is brilliant, the story line is amazing. This movie has 5 stars written all over it. I highly recommend this movie. It's a classic.
I dont know w (nl) wrote: This and The Patriot are my two most sought after lost films.
Cameron F (nl) wrote: A registered nurse goes to meet his girlfriend's parents in this disastrous comedy. Stiller is once again the martyr as everything that can go wrong to him, will. There's also a cat who doesn't flush.
Scott R (jp) wrote: Quirky, entertaining and witty, but uncomfortable humor.