Need something to cheer up the family during this lockdown? Count everyone in as GMA Network brings another exciting movie marathon today.
Fight the children’s boredom by tuning in to the classic 1994 Disney animated film The Lion King on Kapuso Movie Festival. Rewatch the mighty adventures of Simba, a young lion destined to succeed his father, Mufasa, as King of the Pride Lands. Take a nostalgic trip through its well-praised music, story, themes, and graphics which will take viewers, even the kids-at-heart, on an emotional ride.
On the second feature of Kapuso Movie Festival, witness an action-packed story in The Magnificent Seven. The film follows the fate of seven gunmen who each came from a variety of backgrounds and brought together by a vengeful young widow to protect her town from the private army of a destructive industrialist. This will surely keep the viewers’ on the edge of their seats.
Meanwhile, GMA Blockbusters is set to bring a horrifying tale in Patient X, which stars Richard Gutierrez, Cristine Reyes, and TJ Trinidad. The plot revolves around these three characters all caught up in a web of lies and deceit by a traumatic past. Will they eventually be victims too of the supernatural creatures that killed their family members?
Cap off the day with another classic film from Hongkong entitled Carry on Wise Guy on Sunday Night Box Office. Gordon Liu portrays a Buddhist monk who abandons his post at a Buddhist temple when the temple is attacked by Japanese troops during World War II. After he leaves the temple, he takes on two misfit apprentices and together they battle the enemies.
Don’t miss all these on Kapuso Movie Festival this Sunday after iBilib, GMA Blockbusters after Dear Uge, and SNBO after The Boobay and Tekla Show, only on GMA-7.
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