Pinasikat ng international band na POLICE ang awiting ‘EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE’ noong early 80s at ito na ang signature ditty nila ever. All these years, may-I-hear mo siya sa radyo at favorite entry rin sa mga mp3, Ipad, Ipod at mga phone. So halos alam na alam mo na ang lyrics na bigla mong mabungaran na lamang sa billboards na merong isang pelikulang PILIPINO na ang title ay ‘EVERY BREATH U TAKE’ ; a clear corruption of ‘You’ to ‘U’ to substantiate the massess need for jejemonism rather than upheld the grammatical requirements of a title but who gives a damn but spinsters like me who wish to be politically as well as grammatically correct to the last BREATH ; morality not included. Cheret! Directed by a certain Mae Czarina Cruz (‘certain’ kasi there are almost 563,751 ‘Mae Czarina Cruz’ worldwide) for Star Cinema , “EVERY BREATH U TAKE’ is a glossed-up mess of human refuse enshrined upon a common emotion called LOVE, in its loss or search of it. This colonial-mentality ridden flick stars PIOLO PASCUAL and ANGELICA PANGANIBAN. Angelica here plays an armpit addict who drools and lives on the scent of Piolo’s hairy ones. Would it have been more appropriate to Pilipinize its title into ‘KILIKILI MO, BUHAY KO’ ? Choz!