Babe, I Love You

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Babe, I Love You
Theatrical movie poster
Directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar[1]
Written by Mia Bacarro
Margarette Labrador
King Palisoc
Screenplay by Ricardo Fernando III
Generiza F. Reyes
Starring Anne Curtis
Sam Milby
Music by Jessie Lasaten
Cinematography Charlie Peralta
Edited by Marya Ignacio
Distributed by Star Cinema
Release date
  • April 3, 2010 (2010-04-03)
Running time
101 minutes
Country Philippines
Language Tagalog
Box office ₱96 million

Babe, I Love You is a 2010 Filipino romantic comedy starring Anne Curtis and Sam Milby. It was produced by Viva Films and ABS-CBN Film Productions. The film was directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar.[2]


In the academe, Nicolas “Nico” Veneracion Borromeo is a highly esteemed History of Architecture professor who is on his way to becoming the next Vice Dean of the Department. He knows that achieving this would finally make his mother proud of him and forgive him for indirectly causing his father’s death.

And yet, when he meets an unconventional girl named Sandra “Sasa” Sanchez, his world turns upside down. He never thought that he could fall in love with someone who works as a promo-girl and is obviously unacceptable in his life.



Film production started in 2009. The first teaser was released through Star Cinema's official YouTube account.[3] The teaser was also shown in the theaters with I'll Be There. On March 11, 2010, a music video of the movie was released again on Star Cinema's official YouTube account. It showed the singer of the theme song, Piolo Pascual and some scenes from the movie.


International Screenings[edit]

Babe, I Love You was shown in select United States cities such as San Francisco, CA, Cerritos, CA, San Diego, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Las Vegas, NV, Seattle, WA, Chicago, IL, Bergenfield, NJ, Honolulu, HI and Guam. It also had screenings in Ontario, Canada, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Qatar, and Dubai, UAE.

Box Office[edit]

This film was released on April 3, 2010 and it grossed ₱12 million pesos in its first day. As of May 2, 2010, the film grossed ₱96.34M, overtaking the Columbia Pictures with 50 First Dates, according to Box Office Mojo.[4]


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