"It Takes A Man And A Woman" Clinches Second Highest-Grossing Filipino Movie Of All TimeAside from being the second highest-grossing Filipino film of all time, "It Takes A Man And A Woman" is also the biggest earning non-Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) local movie.
This third installment of John Lloyd Cruz's and Sarah Geronimo's hit romantic-comedy film has finally broken the record of Vice Ganda's "The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin."
"Praybeyt Benjamin" earned P331 million during its run in 2011.
"It Takes A Man And A Woman," on the other hand, has now earned P345 million, next to MMFF's "Sisterakas" which earned P391 million.
The film was directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and written by Carmi Raymundo.
Recently, Raymundo also revealed that Cruz and Geronimo were the ones who wrote Miggy's and Laida's wedding vows in the film.
Raymundo and Molino urged Cruz and Geronimo to write their own vows because they want to hear what they have learned from their characters.
Raymundo was also the one who wrote "A Very Special Love" in 2008 and "You Changed My Life" in 2009.
Those were the first two installments of the Miggy-Laida series.
She did not even have to edit that much the vows written by Cruz and Geronimo because she knew they came from their hearts.