MOVIE REVIEW | Four Sisters and a Wedding




‘Four Sisters and a Wedding’ tackles family issues in comedic and dramatic style. This is a two-in-one movie. The film is about family relationship (rivalry, middle child syndrome, favoritism, black sheep) and a special occasion.

Star Cinema's initial movie offering for its 20th anniversary celebration shares the story of the Salazar siblings.

Director Cathy Garcia Molina made sure that each of the stars was given exposure to shine in this movie. 


Teodora ‘Teddie’ Salazar (Toni Gonzaga) is the eldest child who works as a teacher in Spain. Toni successfully portrayed the role as she plays it with her own ‘Toni Gonzaga’ performance. There are parts in this story with double meaning such as when Toni delivered this line: “Sabi ko na may tinatagong baho ang mga bay-ag na ‘yan eh!”

Roberta ‘Bobbie’ Salazar (Bea Alonzo) is a New York-based corporate communications manager. Bea’s character was the star of the show. She has the longest lines delivered.

Alexandra ‘Alex’ Salazar (Angel Locsin) is a Manila-based independent film assistant director. Angel has an adventurous character. She has the most number of memorable scenes – when she took a bath in a gas station and when she dragged Mocha from the bar.

Gabriela ‘Gabbie’ Salazar (Shaina Magdayao) is a school teacher who lives at home together with their mother. With lack of storyline, Shaina has the least exposure but she made her own spotlight.

CJ Salazar (Enchong Dee) is the youngest child and the only guy in the family, who put all his sisters in shock when he announced that he is going to marry his girlfriend for three months, Princess Antuanette Mae Bayag (Angeline Quinto).

CJ’s  fiancée is not an ordinary girl. She’s an only child of a far more well-to-do family. 

With only two weeks, the sisters agreed to dissuade their baby brother from marrying his fiancée. But as they interact with each other for the wedding, the Salazar siblings also face the feelings and issues they've tried to keep for the longest time. Lies were revealed.

Carmi Martin’s French accent and Rebiso biscuit placement are unforgettable. 


The subject of the story is not only about wedding. It is a family drama, not focusing on mother-father and parents-siblings conflicts, but on sibling relationship.

Some of the moral lessons were emphasized in the relationships of Alex and Bobbie, the matriarch of the family and her siblings, and the eldest and second daughters.

This is about forgiveness and acceptance and how one should learn to appreciate each member of a family.

Also starring in the movie are Coney Reyes and Sam Milby. Completing the cast are Carmi Martin, Boboy Garovillo, Bernard Palanca and Janus del Prado.

‘Four Sisters and a Wedding’ is now showing in all theaters nationwide.

RATING: 8/10


Author: Paul Michael Camania Jaramillo

Student| Youth Advocate | Leader | Environmental Advocate | Writer | Blogger | RH Advocate

I am neither especially clever nor especially gifted. I am only very, very curious. — Albert Einstein
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He has been involved in different advocacy and defending human rights. As a blogger, writer, netizen and an advocate, he has found focus & interest on sexuality & reproductive health, deaf rights & legal access and youth development, leadership, environment advocacy, issues in the nation and in the world, religion, culture and human rights At the age of 14, he has fully embraced the call of leadership.

He was a Lussoc National High School 'The Sring' and 'Ang Batis' news editor. A radical visionary leader, he has led organizations of the Supreme Student Government, Science Club, Youth for Environment in Schools Organization, Interact Club, Math Club, Philippine National Red Cross and other organizations in their institution. He was also awarded as a distinguished student leader as a former officer of the Supreme Student Government and received President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Campus Journalism Award. He attended two National Leadership Training for the Student Government Officers, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Youth for Environment Summer Camp, Science Leaders Congress and Schools Press Conference. Joined and won in the several contests from their school to the national level.

He is an organist and an officer of the Church of Christ (Iglesia Ni Cristo).

Paul is a BS Accountancy student at the Northwestern University. He works for CBAA Biznews and  The Blog of Innocence: SilentVoice Points. He is the College Editors Guild of the Philippines-Ilocos Chairperson. CEGP is the oldest and broadest intercollegiate alliance of student publications in the Asia-Pacific.


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