The Prenup (2015) Full Movie HD 720p
The Prenup (2015) Full Movie HD
Wendy (Jennylyn Mercado) is a woman who goes to the United States to meet her biological father. On board the plane, she meets Sean (Sam Milby). Wendy and Sean initially have a cat-dog relationship but they eventually warm up to each other. When her biological father fails to accommodate her, Sean invites Wendy to stay in his apartment. They fall in love with each other and decide to get married. However, when they return to the Philippines, they become frustrated when their families don’t get along. The rich guy’s parents (Jaclyn Jose and Freddie Webb) insist that Wendy sign a prenuptial agreement. Their lives become even more complicated when Wendy’s parents (Dominic Ochoa and Gardo Versoza) add their own clauses to the prenup.
The Prenup has received mixed reviews. Oggs Cruz from Rappler, described the movie in his review as “The romance the film serves is an idealistic one, a figment of fantasy rather than the core of a discourse.” He also described the film as “cleverly subtle in its being subversive. The predictable story Lana has written is blunt in its depiction of true love, whether or not it is depicted within the realm of what is real and possible.” However, a review from LionhearTV praises Mercado’s acting chops “Jennylyn Mercado is, no doubt, the film’s biggest star, and her endearing character, is what keeping everything tolerable and decent, when everything else is going downhill. Mercado’s believable delivery make her star shine the most here, placing her character both at the emotional and comic cores of the story.” Nazamel Tabares from Movies Philippines blog also commended Mercado’s performance as “quirkiness and charm drives the film in an entertaining and funny way.” and also cited that “The Prenup safely puts these elements for the audiences’ to have deeper connection to the film. Everything could have been better especially establishing the leads’ romantic chemistry and maybe a more clever ending but The Prenup has enough Jennylyn Mercado for the audience to enjoy every bit of it.”