- Philbert Dy wrote a tweet regarding his views on Sid and Aya (Not A Love Story).
- A rude netizen asked how much did Viva Films gave him.
- He and Viva Films responded to the netizen hilariously.
Movie critic Philbert Dy recently revealed that Irene Villamor’s Sid and Aya (Not A Love Story) had a down-to-earth approach on a romantic relationship. He wrote a tweet regarding his views on the said movie.
A netizen asked him how much did the production gave him for the positive review.
In the said tweet, Phil wrote that the movie shows a relationship founded on economic inequity.
“Sid & Aya (Not a Love Story) (’18 Irene Villamor): A boldly pragmatic movie about a relationship founded on economic inequity. Stranger than you might think, and better because of it.”
The said netizen asked how much did Viva Films gave him.
“Magkano binayad nila sayo”
Then, Phil hilariously tagged Viva Films and asked them how much did they pay him.
“Magkano nga ulit, @VIVA_Films? Parang hindi ko maalala.”
Viva Films noted that they do not remember paying him too. They also expressed their gratitude on Phil’s appreciation for Sid and Aya (Not A Love Story).
“Wala rin po kaming maalala, Sir. On a more serious note Sir, maraming salamat po sa pag-appreciate ninyo sa aming pelikula. Kinilig po kami nang malala.”
Phil acknowledged that Viva Films shouldn’t get used to it.
“Wag po masanay sa kilig.”