The new I’m Drunk, I Love You trailer shows a hopeless romantic Carson (Maja Salvador) who longs and aches for her best friend played by Paulo Avelino.
It says in the description:
“Days before graduation, two college best friends go on one last road trip where they settle how they really feel for each other. But to put it upfront, this is not that kind of a love story.”
From the same studio behind the highly praised biopic of Heneral Luna comes the quirky romantic comedy set to show in theaters on February 15, 2017.
The pvblic is already raging to catch the film on the big screen a day after Valentine’s Day since ka-relate, bes.
call me whatever but i want to watch im drunk i love you
— Nicole (@andelore_) January 11, 2017
uy 'Im drunk, I love you' trailer is so interesting
— Antonette (@mehkalog) January 11, 2017
hhhmMMM im drunk, i love you OST im excited y naman ganern ung line up
— Angel de la Costa (@ACdelacosta) January 11, 2017
IM DRUNK I LOVE YOU WILL B SHOWING ON FEB 15 ~*my longest yeah boiiiii ever*~
— pao ❀ (@ensushiastic) January 11, 2017
tangna nung im drunk i love you
— Marla Singer (@gettedomingo) January 11, 2017
SAKALING HINDI MAKARATING & IM DRUNK, I LOVE YOU SCREENING
HYPE FOR U FEBRUARY
— Daryll Eroles (@LEGENDaryyyll) January 11, 2017
im drunk, i love you hahshsjskahs gosh nood tau @ me
— tel (@krystelgabriel) January 11, 2017
People are looking for dates too
someone watch im drunk, i love you with me ❗️
— irish ✨ (@irishsrn) January 11, 2017
SO. MUCH. TAGS.
Okay, friends, time to stop tagging me in IM DRUNK, I LOVE YOU's trailer.
It's been FOUR tags so far!
Oo na :(((
— Biankicks (@fillintheBIANCX) January 11, 2017
WE JUST NEED TO WATCH THIS ASAP
FIVE MINUTES PA!!!!
— im drunk, i love you pic.twitter.com/1v0D0SQVPE
— maps (@maphiljdp) January 11, 2017
The highly anticipated film features the music of Juan Miguel Severo, Kai Honasan, Jimmy Bondoc, Shirebound and Busking, Giancarlo Abrahan, David Yuhico, The Out of Body Special, Ang Bandang Shirley, Cynthia Alexander, Parokya Ni Edgar, Ebe Dancel, Johnoy Danao, and Bullet Dumas.
We’re pretty damn excited to hear all of these promising OPM bands and musicians while we most likely cry out hearts out with Maja.
What do you think of director JP Habac’s flick? Leave a comment below!