Jasmine Curtis-Smith, JC De Vera deal with media monsters in ‘General Admission’

An excessive media coverage that ruins a sexy dancer’s suddenly public life is the subject of an upcoming Filipino movie called General Admission, which stars Jasmine Curtis-Smith and JC De Vera and streams worldwide on iWantTFC on April 9.

The movie revolves around Katja (Jasmine), whose life is changed forever when she suffers a wardrobe malfunction on a noontime show. Together with her boyfriend Carlito (JC) she becomes entrapped in a media frenzy that eventually ends in tragedy.

Jasmine Curtis Smith teams up with JC de Vera in ‘General Admission,’ a movie that revolves around a lady who suffers a wardrobe malfunction on a noontime show. 
Subscribers in the Philippines can now buy tickets at P149, while those living outside the country can get one for $2.99 on the iWantTFC Android app and website ( The movie will be available for a month on the platform until May 7.

Subscribers in the Philippines, meanwhile, can also get access to Dito at Doon, where Janine Gutierrez and JC Santos play friends who develop feelings for each other while persistently talking online but struggle to make their relationship survive in real life. Early bird tickets can be availed on the website for P300 until April 28.

Star Cinema’s romantic comedy Love or Money, where Coco Martin and Angelica Panganiban tackle a love story between overseas workers, is showing until April 10 for P250 or $4.99.

Other titles available that are streaming worldwide for P200 or U$3.99 are the boys’ love film Hello Stranger, which is available until April 14, and Ayuda Babes, a comedy about the hilarious anecdotes of Filipinos during last year’s lockdown until April 3.

MMFF 2020’s Best Picture awardee Fan Girl and coming-of-age boys’ love drama The Boy Foretold by the Stars can also be seen on iWantTFC until April 6 for P250 or U$4.99 per ticket.

Topics: Jasmine Curtis-Smith , JC De Vera ,  General Admission , iWantTFC
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