Roanne Sanchez, a young girl with high ideals about romance is assigned to accompany the spoiled son of the president, Eric Rodriguez as he goes on an immersion trip. Coming from different worlds, the two find much to fight about, but sudden attraction between then soon gets the better of them.Edit Translation
Catch Me ... I'm in Love runs out of energy halfway. At this point, the two main characters assume the standard of the classic film and do not have much to do. It is at this point that the film creates a silly and eminently solvable obstacle to his future happiness. The decision of the film to go this way makes it a great challenge to feel something for the characters. In the end, his main complaint comes down to "It's hard to date the president's rich, handsome, and kind son." I'm not even sure if you can call this a problem. Catch Me ... I'm in Love needed us to be rooting for the two main characters, but that really made it a lot difficult. They start being very awful with each other before becoming cloying and sticky. Then, at the first sign of trouble, they immediately reassess everything before magically solving everything in another standard chase. We did not need to have a new story every time, but it might have been nice to have a story that looked like people were at least trying.