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‘Excess baggage’ Aga isn’t just “jowly,” as our dear NUT (Inquirer Entertainment columnist Nestor U. He is still handsome as heck but, at the same time, he’s a hefty sight to behold—especially beside the fit-as-a-fiddle, bida-kontrabida character portrayed by the dashing Dingdong Dantes to raffish perfection.Aga’s “excess baggage” is magnified even further by the film medium’s ability to make everything and everyone it focuses its lens on larger-than-life—and larger-than-“large.” So, we hope Aga doesn’t raise the white flag in his battle with the pesky bulge.Overcome with guilt, Manuel’s quarrelsome children then decide to temporarily sweep their differences under the rug and “conspiratorially” agree to make their “dying” father’s last seven Sundays extra special, by giving him the “happiest sendoff” they could possibly “arrange.” Then, the siblings realize that spending time with family—which they avoided for 16 years, following the death of their mother—isn’t as awkward and painful as they initially thought it would be.The movie may be emotionally manipulative, with silly comic sequences incorporated into it to leaven its emotionally charged sections, but what the film isn’t is a screen drama you can easily dismiss, because it does what it has set out to do well that you let its surplus of schmaltz and contrivances slide.The film has long and “explicatory” confrontation scenes that sometimes go on and on—and weighs down its cohesive dramatic impact.But, if you want some form of catharsis from unsettled scores and little-discussed issues with your loved ones, give the movie a shot, because it will remind you that the most significant ties in life are also the hardest to break.
Her dress hails from the Chloé SS17 collection, and we'll admit we've fallen head over heels in love with the floaty tiered design and embroidered details.The beating of “Seven Sundays’” heart will lead viewers to the thespic ace up its star-studded sleeve—Aga Muhlach, who makes his triumphant comeback after a five-year hiatus.He was last seen on the big screen in 2012’s “Of All the Things,” with Regine Velasquez.Its scenes, temperament and issues are distinctly Pinoy, each staged with conviction and relative flair.
Aga’s heft may be distracting to fans who are accustomed to his dreamboat persona but, call it “accentuating the positive,” the actor quickly puts that “visual distraction” to good use by turning a perceived liability into an incorruptible asset.Be that as it may, unlike many heartthrobs who have once been paragons of “physical pluperfection,” who are then left with nothing much to offer after they succumb to the cruel ravages of time, wear-and-tear and abuse, Aga has never relied on his swoon-worthy good looks alone.