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"It Takes A Man And A Woman" Is Second In Top 100 Films In The Philippines This 2013

John Lloyd Cruz's and Sarah Geronimo's third sequel, "It Takes A Man And A Woman," is in the top two slot of the top 100 films in the Philippines before the Metro Manila Film Festival this December.

This was according to Box Office Mojo, a third party tabulator. No one was shocked though that the number one slot went to Robert Downey Jr.'s "Iron Man 3," which was also a box office success in Hollywood.

"It Takes A Man And A Woman" took off four years from the 2009 "You Changed My Life" when the two characters--Laida (Sarah) and Miggy (John Lloyd)--reconciled their differences. In the third installation, Miggy and Laida already separated, with Miggy finding a new love and Laida coming from the States to take up a job offer from Miggy's brother, Art (Rowell Santiago).

Throughout the film, there was tension between the two main characters as their doors have not officially closed. Their feelings were finally revealed when they took an official trip to New York for Miggy's company.

Finally, Miggy proposed in a grandiose way in an airport--something many believed will only be possible in a romantic comedy film such as this.

According to the tabulator, here are the pre-MMFF top 100 films of 2013: (from top 1 to top 20) "Iron Man 3" ($14.9 million), "It Takes A Man And A Woman" ($9.1 million), "Man of Steel" ($8.9 million), "Thor: The Dark World" ($7.8 million), "Fast & Furious 6" ($5.9 million), "Despicable Me 2" ($5.3 million), "World War Z" ($4.7 million), "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" ($4.5 million), "The Wolverine" ($3.9 million), "Pacific Rim" ($3.7 million), "Four Sisters and a Wedding" ($3.3 million), "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" ($3.25 million), "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters ($3.22 million), "She’s the One" ($3.18 million), "Jack the Giant Slayer: ($3.15 million), "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" ($2.7 million), "Insidious Chapter 2" ($2.6 million), "Chinese Zodiac" ($2.36 million), "Bakit hindi ka crush ng crush mo?" ($2.35 million) and "Oz The Great and Powerful" ($2.1 million).

From top 21 to 40: "A Good Day to Die Hard," "Life of Pi," "Gravity," "Les Miserables (2012)," "After Earth," "The Croods," "Monsters University," "Oblivion," "Bromance: My Brother’s Romance," "A Moment In Time," "Epic," "Must Be… Love," "Star Trek Into Darkness," "White House Down," "The Conjuring," "Elysium," "Momzillas," "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," "The Hangover Part III" and "Carrie (2013)."

From top 41 to 60: "Warm Bodies," "Turbo," "The Smurfs 2," "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2," "Captain Phillips," "Kung Fu Divas," "Planes," "Riddick," "Jack Reacher," "Beautiful Creatures (2013)," "The Lone Ranger," "Status: It’s Complicated," "Tuhog," "The Host (2013)," "Escape Plan," "R.I.P.D.," "My Lady Boss," "Now You See Me," "Olympus Has Fallen" and "The Great Gatsby (2013)."

From top 61 to 80: "The Internship," "Red 2," "One Direction: This is Us," "Runner Runner," "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," "Bekikang: Ang nanay kong beki," "Zero Dark Thirty," "On the Job," "Grown Ups 2," "The Last Stand," "The Last Exorcism Part II," "Mama," "Kick-Ass 2," "Parker," "The Bride and the Lover," "Scary Movie 5," "2 Guns," "Safe Haven," "The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia" and "Gangster Squad."

From top 81 to 100: "Silver Linings Playbook," "The Counselor," "Apartment 1303," "Red Dawn (2012)," "The Heat," "The Purge," "Bullet to the Head," "About Time," "Flight," "Lincoln," "A Haunted House," "Evil Dead (2013)," "Stoker," The Impossible," "One Piece Film Z," Trance," "Django Unchained," "Getaway (2013)," "We’re the Millers" and "Dark Skies."

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