As a form of punishment, mischievous angel Angelito (Zaijian Jaranilla) is sent down to Earth on a mission: to help quack doctor Angelo (Vic Sotto) recover his faith in God. As he lands on Earth he gets caught up in an on-going feud between Angelo and Cielo (Bea Alonzo), an antagonistic doctor who later becomes the love interest.
Vic Sotto was THE comedian for me, as a kid. His movies were all funny. Two decades later I just cannot fathom what made me think of him that way. In fact, I find Joey de Leon’s brand of humor funnier nowadays. It is the same case in this movie, he just ceased to be funny, and I do not know why. Going back to being a kid is, perhaps, where the answer lies. He has this unique charisma that somehow targets kids. Come to think of it, most of his movies cater to children, except maybe the occasional ones outside the MMFF. His movies always seem to be some sort of a family affair that the whole family could enjoy, regardless if it is corny or not. Somehow he just becomes your dad during those two hours spent inside the cinema.