New Movies This Week: MMFF Entries Screen Nationwide Beginning Christmas Day

It's officially Christmas once the Metro Manila Film Festival entries are in all cinemas nationwide! Plan your holiday weekend ahead and choose which among these movies opening on December 25, you'll catch first.

It's officially Christmas once the Metro Manila Film Festival entries are in all cinemas nationwide! Plan your holiday weekend ahead and choose which among these movies opening on December 25, you'll catch first.

All You Need Is Pag-Ibig

Several stories of people pursuing the goal of love.



Beauty and the Bestie

A secret agent recruits his old best friend to help in his mission to defend a beauty pageant contestant.


Buy Now, Die Later

A magical store in Manila gives people items that prove to be the solution to their problems…for a price.


Haunted Mansion

A family moves into a new house that's near a dark secluded forest and finds themselves fighting for their life against attacks from demonic creatures living in the woods.


Honor Thy Father

A man must revive his long-buried past in order to keep his family from harm.


My Bebe Love #KiligPaMore

A nerdy boy falls in love with a girl, and getting in the way of their blossoming relationship are their controlling parent figures who themselves have their own issues.



A police investigates a series of brutal murders that appear to have something to do with a supernatural presence.


Walang Forever

A screenwriter struggling to find inspiration has her life turned upside down when an ex-boyfriend suddenly comes back into her life.



NOTE: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' will still continue to screen on all IMAX cinemas nationwide (SM Aura Premier, SM City Cebu, SM City Clark, SM Lanang Premier, SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, SM City North Edsa, SM Southmall).

While you're planning your MMFF viewing priorities, don't forget to check our list of holiday mall hours for your dining and last minute shopping in between movies!


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Movie Info

Horror | Suspense | Thriller
#Walang Forever
Comedy | Romance
Honor Thy Father
Action | Crime | Drama | Suspense | Thriller
Haunted Mansion
Horror | Suspense | Thriller
Buy Now, Die Later
Horror | Suspense | Thriller
My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore
Comedy | Romance
All You Need Is Pag-Ibig
Comedy | Family | Romance
Beauty And The Bestie
Action | Comedy


‘NIlalang’ Looks Amazing, but is Not Amazing
It just keeps trying to string together a bunch of theoretically “cool” scenes, hoping that the technical prowess can compensate for the deficiencies in the story.
‘Haunted Mansion’ is a Lot of Setup for a Nonsensical Climax
The sequences in the climax are set up for convenience, the threat as invincible or as vulnerable as the story needs it to be.
A Sincere Heart Fuels ‘All You Need is Pag-Ibig’
It offers interconnected stories of people falling in and out of love, pursuing their happiness as they wade through the complex feelings they might have for other people.
‘Beauty and the Bestie’ Thrives on Absurdity
One could and probably should ask for more than this, but in this particular context the film is an exemplar of what this genre can accomplish.
‘My Bebe Love’ Continues the Sad Tradition of Movies That Are Actually Commercials
People who aren't already fans of the two will likely be baffled, because without the context of their history and the circumstances of their coming together, it all just seems terribly forced.
‘Walang Forever’ Struggles with What it Wants to Be
The film seems to be conditioning the audience to accept where the film eventually goes, but it mostly does these scenes a disservice.
‘Honor Thy Father’ is One of the Best Films of the Year
This is the film that you’ve been waiting for: a serious, smart piece of work that wasn’t just hastily put together to meet the festival deadline.
‘Buy Now Die Later’ Provides a Solid Second Hour
The production design is just terrific, with every set littered with compelling details.
Regal's "Shake, Rattle & Roll" Gives way to "Haunted Mansion"
REGAL Entertainment’s highly successful Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) horror trilogy franchise, Shake, Rattle & Roll, gives way this year to an even hair-raising, spine-chilling, bloodier, horrifying theater experience as the mother and daughter tandem of Lily Monteverde field Haunted Mansion right on Christmas Day.
A Guide to The 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Official Entries
Christmas season is also MMFF season, and beginning December 25, the 41st edition of the Metro Manila Film Festival runs in theaters nationwide, offering 8 full-length official feature films to choose from, as well as 15 entries in the New Wave Section of the festival. Plan out your MMFF binge with this edition of The Click List.


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