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TV Guide: Movies Showing From September 20 to 26, 2021

Here's your guide to all the must-watch movies on TV this week!

Isn’t it a bummer when you see your favorite movie already playing halfway through when you turn on the TV? Fret not! From rom-com and action to horror and thriller, we’re giving you a heads up on all the must-watch movies on TV from September 20 to 26, 2021.

September 20, Monday

Para Sa Hopeless Romantic
(1pm, Cinema One)
The relationship of high school sweethearts, Nikko and Becca, is perfect until it suddenly falls apart. In order to cope up with her broken heart, Becca writes the love story of Ryan and Maria.

Scoob!
(5:05pm, HBO)
With hundreds of cases solved and adventures shared, Scooby and the gang face their biggest, most challenging mystery ever — a plot to unleash the ghost dog Cerberus upon the world. As they race to stop this global dog-pocalypse, the gang discovers that Scooby has a secret legacy and an epic destiny greater than anyone could have imagined.

Nutty Professor II: The Klumps
(5:45pm, Cinemax)
Just when Professor Sherman Klump is about to get married to Denise, his alter ego Buddy Love returns to make life difficult for him. Sherman makes several plans to get rid of Buddy but to no avail.

September 21, Tuesday

The Goldfinch
(4:40pm, HBO)
Theo Decker’s mother is killed in a terrorist bombing at a museum. He goes through grief and guilt but an artwork he stole from the museum, The Goldfinch, symbolizes hope for him.

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Suddenly It’s Magic
(7pm, Cinema One)
Desperate to escape the media frenzy and the intrusive questions of the public about his love life and career, Marcus impulsively decides to go on vacation in the Philippines where he meets Joey who is determined to move forward with her life. Marcus finds himself drawn to Joey’s passion for baking, and rediscovers his love for acting. In love once again, he invites her to join him in Thailand.

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Para Sa Broken Hearted
(7:30pm, PBO)
Three interwoven stories of broken hearts tackle the pain of heartbreak, acceptance, moving on, and the courage of loving again.

September 22, Wednesday

Constantine
(5:10pm, HBO)
Detective Angela approaches Constantine, an exorcist, to help her investigate her twin sister’s death. As he digs deeper, he realizes a dark conspiracy that could threaten the world.

Drag Me To Hell
(11:30pm, Cinemax)
When loan officer Christine Brown refuses an old lady an extension on her loan, the lady places a curse of the Lamia upon Christine. Once cursed, Christine’s life is turned into a living nightmare.

September 23, Thursday

Joker
(9pm, HBO)
Arthur Fleck, a party clown, leads an impoverished life with his ailing mother. However, when society shuns him and brands him as a freak, he decides to embrace the life of crime and chaos.

Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story
(9:30pm, PBO)
A successful stockbroker who suffers from insomnia hires a woman to keep him company during his long, sleepless nights.

September 24, Friday

Sonic The Hedgehog
(5:30pm, HBO)
An extraterrestrial hedgehog is discovered by a scientist with evil intentions and plans to use his superpowers for his selfish needs.

The Bucket List
(6:15pm, Cinemax)
Two terminally ill men left with only six months to live, decide to explore life and make a bucket list comprising all the things they have never tried before.

Noy
(7pm, Cinema One)
Noy fakes his credentials in order to get work as a journalist for a television station where his project is Ninoy Aquino’s presidential candidacy. But Noy’s interviews contain Ninoy’s nephew baby James that he is reproved by his superior Jane. Noy sees his work as an opportunity to ingratiate himself to Ninoy so he can request for a wheelchair for his crippled brother Bong.

September 25, Saturday

Passengers
(6:10pm, Cinemax)
During a voyage to a distant colony planet, Jim’s hypersleep pod malfunctions, waking him up. He and fellow passenger Aurora must work together to prevent their spaceship from meeting with a disaster.

It Takes A Man and A Woman
(7pm, Cinema One)
The relationship between Miggy and Laida didn’t last, and neither did Miggy’s business success. When Laida returns to help with a presentation to MET, old feelings come to the surface.

September 26, Sunday

Spider-Man: Homecoming
(4:45pm, HBO)
Peter Parker tries to stop the Vulture from selling weapons made with advanced Chitauri technology while trying to balance his life as an ordinary high school student.

She’s The One
(5pm, Cinema One)
A morning show host realizes exactly what his dreams are after his best friend appears in a romantic viral video.

Spider-Man: Far From Home
(6:55pm, HBO)
Peter Parker, the beloved superhero Spider-Man, faces four destructive elemental monsters while on holiday in Europe. Soon, he receives help from Mysterio, a fellow hero with mysterious origins.

The Gifted
(7:15pm, PBO)
Frank, a single man raising his genius niece, Mary, gets into a legal battle with his mother, Evelyn, over her custody. However, Evelyn will do anything to make Mary complete her mother’s project.

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Constantine
Action | Fantasy | Thriller
The Bucket List
Comedy | Drama
Drag Me To Hell
Horror | Thriller
Noy
Drama | Politics/Religion
Suddenly It's Magic
Drama | Romance
It Takes A Man And A Woman
Comedy | Romance
She's The One
Drama | Romance
Para Sa Hopeless Romantic
Drama | Romance
Passengers
Adventure | Sci-fi
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Action | Adventure | Fantasy
Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story
Drama | Romance
Joker
Action | Adventure | Crime
Para Sa Broken Hearted
Drama | Romance
Sonic the Hedgehog
Action | Adventure | Animation
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Action | Adventure | Comedy
Scoob!
Adventure | Animation | Comedy

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