Alone Together Movie Review - LizQuen 2019 Latest Valentine's Day Offering, See New Trailer

If you think you've had enough of this hot love team, LizQuen will be out soon Alone Together movie to prove you wrong. A Valentine's Day 2019 silver screen offering by Black Sheep is cooking. Latest official movie trailer is out and had  an initial 300k views in YouTube as of the writing of this post. Alone Together is something of a different taste for theater viewers and fans of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil tandem.

If you liked their blockbuster Forevermore teleserye, expect to see a different love team in this movie. Much like the top-grossing movies these two have shared with us, expect to be drawn in to love again just like The How's of Us by Kathniel did last year.

If you are a frequent follower of LizQuen official Facebook Page and Twitter or Instagram page, you must be one of those who had a first look at the YouTube official movie trailer. But just for the sake of those who haven't seen it yet, below is where you can watch and get excited about it.

Cast / Character of Alone Together Movie

Liza Soberano - She plays as Christine, an art student studying at the University of the Philippines looking and believing she can change the world.

Enrique Gil - Raf is a BS Biology student in University of Santo Tomas (UST) who is the ever supportive friend/bf who seems hesitant to his girl friend's dream of changing the world. Instead, he had simple aspirations and first is just to graduate from college.

Movie Director: Antoinette Jadaone

Movie Maker: Black Sheep (another movie-making brand of ABS-CBN)

Schedule of Showing: February 13, 2019 in theaters

Soundtrack: Includes Bamboo's/Rivermaya - 214 song as one of the official soundtrack.

In this upcoming new movie for the duo, expect something different. The movie director, Antoinette Jadaone explores the reality of film making as she implements realism in Alone Together from make up, dress, the things that the major role players will be doing as seen in the scenes and all.

This also includes the daily life of the students in Manila universities and colleges, thereby making the movie even more appealing to its target audience - the millennials. Since this film is a Valentine's Day offering, expect many variations of "hugot" lines to be used in the dialogues of the actors and actresses. The movie revolves around the teaser "traydor and mga alaala" meaning memories betray you.

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