Enjoy movies at home this September as Cinema One rounds up blockbuster movies featuring Jericho Rosales, Erich Gonzales, and films by directors Wenn Deramas and Ishmael Bernal.
Plan your TV marathon ahead, as we round up Cinema One movies this September 2020:
Starring Anne Curtis, Vice Ganda
September 13, 7pm
Moira and Morissette are rival sisters who must come together to defeat evil and make sure that a special, magical book doesn’t go to the hands of those with bad intentions.
Starring Jericho Rosales, Erich Gonzales, Jasmine Curtis-Smith
September 6, 5pm
Fresh from a breakup caused by her fear of settling down, a video blogger embarks on a solo trip to Siargao hoping to move on and find a new adventure. She meets a rock singer caught between uncertainties of the future and baggage of the past. This fateful encounter stirs up what a local entrepreneur thought were long lost feelings for a long lost love.
The Quake (Dubbed in Tagalog)
Starring Kristoffer Joner, Ane Dahl Torp, Edith Haagenrud-Sande
September 6, 7pm
An earthquake of magnitude 5.4 on the Richter scale shook Oslo in 1904. Its epicenter is located in “Oslo Graben” running through the Norwegian capital. There are now signs that indicate that major future earthquakes can happen in that area.
Starring Erich Gonzales, Mario Maurer
September 7, 9pm
A Thai superstar dealing with a very public breakup decides to run away to the Philippines. There, he meets a young Filipina woman dealing with her own heartbreak. The two share their pain with each other and find comfort in each other’s arms.
Starring Vice Ganda, Kris Aquino, Ai-Ai delas Alas
September 1, 9pm
Feuding half siblings reunite when a down-on-her-luck socialite is hire by her successful half-brother to be his assistant. He resolves to torment her, but the two are forced to work together to overcome a powerful rival.
City After Dark (Manila by Night)
Starring Lorna Tolentino, Alma Moreno, Rio Locsin, Cherie Gil, Gina Alajar
September 30, 9pm
This 1980 film by director Ishmael Bernal explores the stories of Manila’s nightlife. Originally titled Manila by Night, it was said to be re-titled upon the request of Imelda Marcos so as not to project a negative image of the city. The movie revolves around stories of gays and prostitutes, social derelicts, unemployment, and drug addiction.
Starring Ai-Ai delas Alas, Marvin Agustin, Nikki Valdez, Heart Evangelista, Carlo Aquino
Septmber 8, 9pm
Ina Montecillo is a mother to twelve children by her three short-lived husbands. As a single parent, she raises them alone, tries all odd jobs to make ends meet, and also has help from her eldest son. On top of that Ina has to deal with all 12 of her children’s peculiar needs and problems. Can this modern day working mom survive it all?
Starring Vice Ganda, Coco Martin
September 29, 9pm
A secret agent recruits his old best friend to help in his mission to defend a beauty pageant contestant.
Starring Ian Veneracion, Kris Aquino, Dingdong Dantes
September 3, 9pm
A woman buys a bag from a secondhand shop, not knowing that the bag carries with it the misfortune of its previous owner. She must now dig into the past to keep herself and her family safe.
Starring Joem Bascon, Alex Medina, Max Eigenmann, Nathalie Hart, Kean Cipriano
September 2, 11pm
A disillusioned and suicidal Rizal, a cross-dressing Bonifacio gripped with paranoia, an ex-Katipunero who joins the US army to save his own neck, and a widow whose sex-for-food errands lead her to become the first ever Makapili. This film features historical mosaics that will form a singular hypothesis as to why we are what we are as a people, and up to now still reeling from our damaged culture.
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[Note: schedules are subject to change without prior notice]