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TV Guide: Movies Showing From December 27, 2021 to January 2, 2022

Here are 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 December 27, 2021 to January 2, 2022.

December 27, Monday

Yogi Bear
(4:25pm, HBO)
Yogi and his sidekick, Boo Boo, are Jellystone Park’s most-notorious troublemakers, hatching countless schemes to separate park visitors from their vittles. Standing in the way of picnic perfection is their long-suffering nemesis, Ranger Smith. But when Mayor Brown announces his plans to sell Jellystone Park to loggers, Yogi, Boo Boo and Ranger Smith must join forces to save their beloved campground from closing forever.

Alone/Together
(7pm, Cinema One)
Christine, an Art Studies major student at University of the Philippines Diliman a smart and very ambitious who is in a relationship with a Biology student at University of Santo Tomas, Raf a very total opposite character of Christine.

Oblivion
(11:50pm, Cinemax)
In the year 2077, Jack Harper works as a security repairman on an Earth left empty and devastated after a war with aliens. Jack has two weeks left before his mission ends and he joins his fellow survivors on a faraway colony. However, Jack’s concept of reality comes crashing down after he rescues a beautiful stranger from a downed spacecraft. The woman’s arrival triggers a chain of events that culminates in Jack’s nearly single-handed battle to save mankind.

December 28, Tuesday

Bridget Jones’s Diary
(3:10pm, HBO)
At the start of the New Year, 32-year-old Bridget decides it’s time to take control of her life — and start keeping a diary. Now, the most provocative, erotic, and hysterical book on her bedside table is the one she’s writing. With a taste for adventure and an opinion on every subject – from exercise to men to food to sex and everything in between – she’s turning the page on a whole new life.

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Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason
(4:45pm, HBO)
The sequel to “Bridget Jones’s Diary” finds Bridget working as a TV host and still dating barrister Mark. But Bridget is jealous of the time Mark spends with a co-worker, and, despite a vacation meant to smooth things over, ends their relationship. On assignment in Thailand, she has a dalliance with her disreputable ex, Daniel (Hugh Grant), and is temporarily jailed on the false accusation of drug smuggling, before Mark comes to the rescue.

Bridget Jones’s Baby
(6:25pm, HBO)
Breaking up with Mark Darcy leaves Bridget Jones over 40 and single again. Feeling that she has everything under control, Jones decides to focus on her career as a top news producer. Suddenly, her love life comes back from the dead when she meets a dashing and handsome American named Jack. Things couldn’t be better until Bridget discovers that she is pregnant. Now, the befuddled mom-to-be must figure out if the proud papa is Mark or Jack.

December 29, Wednesday

Fast Five
(6:55pm, HBO)
Ever since ex-cop Brian O’Conner and Mia Torretto broke her brother Dom out of custody, they’ve traveled border to border to evade authorities. In Rio de Janeiro, they must do one final job before they can gain their freedom for good. Assembling their elite team of car racers, Brian and Dom know they must confront the corrupt businessman who wants them dead, before the federal agent (Dwayne Johnson) on their trail finds them.

Kimmy Dora and The Temple of Kiyeme
(7pm, Cinema One)
The adult twin daughters of an aging business mogul find themselves haunted by a terrifying ghost. The two dig into their family’s past, and they travel to South Korea to try and find a way to appease the angry spirit.

Rush Hour
(10pm, Cinemax)
When a Chinese diplomat’s daughter is kidnapped in Los Angeles, he calls in Hong Kong Detective Inspector Lee to assist the FBI with the case. But the FBI doesn’t want anything to do with Lee, and they dump him off on the LAPD, who assign wisecracking Detective James Carter to watch over him. Although Lee and Carter can’t stand each other, they choose to work together to solve the case on their own when they figure out they’ve been ditched by both the FBI and police.

December 30, Thursday

One Great Love
(5pm, Cinema One)
The story revolves around Zyra Paez, whose relationship with Carl Mauricio has failed. She decides to give their relationship one more try, but soon finds herself filled with doubt over her life choices. The situation gets even more complex when she meets and befriends Ian Arcano, a heart doctor who later becomes her confidante, leaving her trying to decide whether he may be “the one”.

Spider-Man: Far From Home
(6:50pm, HBO)
Peter Parker’s relaxing European vacation takes an unexpected turn when Nick Fury shows up in his hotel room to recruit him for a mission. The world is in danger as four massive elemental creatures — each representing Earth, air, water and fire — emerge from a hole torn in the universe. Parker soon finds himself donning the Spider-Man suit to help Fury and fellow superhero Mysterio stop the evil entities from wreaking havoc across the continent.

December 31, Friday

Jack Reacher
(4:55pm, HBO)
One morning in an ordinary town, five people are shot dead in a seemingly random attack. All evidence points to a single suspect: an ex-military sniper who is quickly brought into custody. The man’s interrogation yields one statement: Get Jack Reacher. Reacher, an enigmatic ex-Army investigator, believes the authorities have the right man but agrees to help the sniper’s defense attorney. However, the more Reacher delves into the case, the less clear-cut it appears.

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.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
(7:05pm, HBO)
Investigator Jack Reacher springs into action after the arrest of Susan Turner, an Army major accused of treason. Suspecting foul play, Jack embarks on a mission to prove that the head of his old unit is innocent. After crossing paths with the law, Reacher must now go on the lam to uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy that involves the death of U.S. soldiers.

Jurassic Park III
(8:25pm, Cinemax)
After being persuaded by a wealthy businessman to conduct an aerial tour of Isla Sorna, InGen’s second site for a failed Jurassic Park experiment, Dr. Alan Grant discovers the true reason for his invitation. A tragic accident maroons the party of seven, and they must attempt to escape with their lives.

Wonder Woman 1984
(9pm, HBO)
Diana Prince lives quietly among mortals in the vibrant, sleek 1980s — an era of excess driven by the pursuit of having it all. Though she’s come into her full powers, she maintains a low profile by curating ancient artifacts and only performing heroic acts incognito. But soon, Diana will have to muster all of her strength, wisdom, and courage as she finds herself squaring off against Maxwell Lord and the Cheetah, a villainess who possesses superhuman strength and agility.

January 1, Saturday

First Love
(7pm, Cinema One)
Nick, a reserved businessman, meets an impulsive photographer who challenges him to savor every moment of his life before it is too late.

Miss Granny
(9:30pm, PBO)
An elderly woman finds a second chance at youth after a life-altering experience at a mysterious photo studio.

Your Place Or Mine?
(11:45pm, PBO)
A young woman has a one-night stand with a guy who her family members want her to marry.

January 2, Sunday

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.

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