This Movie Screening Lineup Will Get You Even More Excited for Summer
It includes I'm Drunk, I Love You, Siargao, and Mr. and Mrs. Cruz!
(SPOT.ph) We're well into the third month of the year and the cold mornings and chilly evenings are long behind us. Soon, we're going to have to face the reality that the long hot days of summer are almost here—and that's a good thing! It means school is almost over, which also means there'll be less traffic on the road. It also means you now have more reason to hit the beach and get that perfect tan you've been waiting half the year for.
Cinema '76 is here to make you feel all the more excited for the summer days—not that you aren't already—with a movie lineup that includes Bar Boys, I'm Drunk, I Love You, Apocalypse Child, Siargao, and Mr. and Mrs. Cruz. You can catch the summer-ready flicks until March 22, for only P150 each.
If you can't wait to get out of school and finally say goodbye to all of your requirements, Kip Oebanda's Bar Boys is here to keep you company. The comedy-drama follows the lives of four four boys (Rocco Nacino, Carlo Aquino, Enzo Pineda, and Kean Cipriano) as they enter law school and study for the bar exam together.
Take a trip down memory lane to those post-graduation days in J.P. Habac's I'm Drunk, I Love You. Before finally graduating, Dio (Paulo Avelino) invites his best friend Carson (Maja Salvador) to go on a road trip with him to La Union. Little does he know that Carson is in love with him and is planning to confess her feelings for him during the trip.
If you're looking for more beach movies, you can catch a screening of Mario Cornejo's Apocalypse Child. The film centers around the life of Ford (Sid Lucero), who may or may not be the famed director Francis Ford Coppola's illegitimate child.
Another surf film in the roster is Paul Soriano's Siargao, which won 2nd Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Sound, and Best Editing at the 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival. It tells the story of Diego (Jericho Rosales), Laura (Erich Gonzales), and Abi (Jasmine Curtis-Smith), who all meet (and re-meet) in the surf town. Thanks to their complicated relationships with each other, they all learn about risks and commitments.
The writer and director of Kita Kita, Sigrid Andrea Bernardo, also wrote and directed Mr. and Mrs. Cruz. This time, the film takes you to the shores of Palawan, along with Raffy (JC Santos) and Gela (Ryza Cenon), who are strangers who happen to share the same last name. They end up spending time together on the island but as they get to know each other more, they also learn that they have different views when it comes to relationships.
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