With Valentine's Day around the corner, SM Cinema invites cinemagoers to Love under the Stars from Feb. 12 to 14 at the SM Mall of Asia - Concert Grounds.
Enjoy a unique romantic evening with your loved ones with the screening of four romantic films including Five Feet Apart, The Girl In The Orange Dress, I Still Believe, and Belle Douleur. Moviegoers will also be treated with free heart-shaped balloons and showcase their proposal of endless love on the larger than life outdoor screen.
In Five Feet Apart, a pair of teenagers with cystic fibrosis meet in a hospital and fall in love, though their diseases mean they must avoid physical contact. Starring Cole Spouse and Haley Lu Richardson and directed by Justin Baldoni, this romantic drama movie makes us realize “When Life Keeps You Apart, Fight For Every Inch.” (Movie Showing on Feb. 12 and 14 at 6:00 p.m.)
I Still Believe is a romantic drama movie based on the life of chart-topping singer Jeremy Camp and his remarkable journey of love and loss that proves there is always hope in midst of tragedy. Directed by Erwin Brothers and starring KJ Apa and Brit Robertson, this movie is from the same creative team who conceptualized the blockbuster movie A Walk to Remember and Five Feet Apart. (Movie showing on Feb. 13 at 6:00 p.m., and on Feb. 14 at 8:30 p.m.)
The Girl In the Orange Dress follows the story of a regular girl Anna (Jessy Mendiola) who wakes up nearly naked beside immensely popular actor Rye (Jericho Rosales) one morning inside a hotel suite. As a picture of Rye and Anna, whose face is hidden and is only identifiable by the distinctly orange dress the night before, start to spread online, the two figure out how to escape from the hotel that by then is being stormed by rabid fans and persistent reporters, all very eager to know the girl Rye had spent the night with. (Movie showing on Feb. 12 at 8:30 p.m.)
Belle Douleur follows the story of 45-year-old Liz (Mylene Dizon) who is dealing with the death of her mother and is at odds about dealing with her grief and loneliness. Along comes Josh (Kit Thompson), an antique dealer in his twenties who takes a liking to her and the pair embark on an exciting and intense relationship. (Movie Showing on Feb. 13 at 8:30 p.m.)
All tickets must be purchased online in advance. Each ticket costs P350 per person, and this already includes a Snack Time bundle consisting of bottled water, regular-sized popcorn, and beef franks sandwich. Food concessions will be available on-site. To encourage contactless transactions, guests can scan the QR code at the SM Cinema Drive-in to see the menu. A mobile number will be given which guests can contact to place their order.
The venue can accommodate 106 vehicles per screening, and individuals ages between 15 and 65 will be admitted in accordance with IATF Guidelines and Safety Protocols. For #SafAndFunMovieWatching, viewers will also be asked to stay inside their vehicles with their masks on and practice social distancing all throughout the duration of the film screening.
Book your safe and romantic getaway this Valentine's Season with your special someone at www.smtickets.com. Purchase your tickets in advance to ensure an uninterrupted viewing experience.
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