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Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year together with the latest movie offerings of the much-awaited film festival in the country, the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF).

For 44 years, the MMFF has been part of the Filipino Christmas and this year it becomes bigger with eight Filipino movies from the biggest producers and stars in the country. Filmgoers and movie fans can enjoy these movies anywhere, anytime as SM Cinema, the largest film exhibitor in the country, has 64 branches nationwide. 

Here are the movies lined up for this year’s Metro Manila Film Fest:

Aurora

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

From the acclaimed horror and suspense thriller director, Yam Laranas, the film Aurora tells the story of Leana (Anne Curtis) and her sister as they made a deal to look for the dead bodies of the passengers of Aurora, a sunken ship. However, instead of dead bodies, the unrest souls started to haunt them.

Fantastica: The Princesses, The Prince, and the Perya

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

The latest comedy movie of Vice Ganda together with Dingdong Dantes and Richard Gutierrez will follow the story of Belat (Vice Ganda) and her adventure to rebuild her family’s carnival and save it from bankruptcy.

Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

An action-comedy film, Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles features the adventures of police officers, Jack (Coco Martin), Emily (Maine Mendoza) and Popoy (Vic Sotto) as they join forces to solve a case and bring down a syndicate.

Mary Marry Me

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

Real-life sisters, Toni and Alex Gonzaga plays the role of Mary Jane (Toni Gonzaga) and Mary Anne (Alex Gonzaga) as their relationship will be tested when Mary Jane discovers that her sister is about to marry her ex-boyfriend, Pete (Sam Milby). 

One Great Love

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

A story of finding one great love, Zyra Paez (Kim Chiu) gives one more try to her relationship with Carl Mauricio (JC de Vera) but as time passes by, Zyra doubts her relationship with Carl and will be confused with her feelings toward his best friend, Dr. Ian Arcano (Dennis Trillo).

Otlum

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

Another horror movie to give chills this Christmas, Otlum follows the story of a group of young people as they stay overnight in an abandoned orphanage. The adventure goes wrong as they uncover dark secrets and being haunted by ghosts.

Rainbow’s Sunset

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

Featuring veteran actors Eddie GarciaGloria Romero and Tony MabesaRainbow’s Sunset tackles the situation of Ramon (Eddie Garcia) and his family as he reveals his true sexuality and feelings for his dying friend, Fredo (Tony Mabesa).

The Girl in the Orange Dress

Celebrate Christmas with MMFF 2018 

A romantic-comedy film that tells the story of Anne (Jessy Mendiola), who wakes up after a party and discovers herself in bed with a celebrity heartthrob, Rye (Jericho Rosales) without any idea what happened the night before. As they escape from the eyes of the public, Anne and Rye cannot run away from their blossoming feelings towards each other.

Enjoy the latest MMFF flicks with your families and friends from Dec. 25 to Jan. 1 at SM Cinema branches nationwide. Book your tickets through the website, www.smcinema.com or download the SM Cinema mobile app.  You may also follow /SMCinema on Facebook and @SM_Cinema on Instagram for updates.

Topics: Metro Manila Film Festival , SM Cinema , Aurora , Rainbow’s Sunset , The Girl in the Orange Dress , Otlum , One Great Love , Mary Marry Me , Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles , Fantastica: The Princesses , The Prince , and the Perya
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