Movies on Cinema One this November

November 02, 2017 09:07 AM

Enjoy movie marathons of your all-time favorite Tagalog movies everyday on Cinema One this November, With titles ranging from classics to recent hits and award-winning films, there’s something to watch every day! Check out Cinema One movies this November below, only on SKY.

DEAR OTHER SELF

NOV 05
Cast: Jodi Sta. Maria, Xian Lim, Joseph Marco
Becky (Jodi Sta. Maria) has always been torn between living a life of responsibility for her family and living a life of adventure by traveling the world. Little did she know that her life could follow two different paths depending on her responses to a day filled with a series of unfortunate events. In this story showing parallel narratives of the same character, we explore how our varying responses lead to different experiences, relationships, dilemmas and what ifs. Directed by Veronica Velasco, "Dear Other Self" also stars Xian Lim and Joseph Marco.

CAN’T HELP FALLING IN LOVE

NOV 12
Cast: Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla
Directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar, "Can't Help Falling In Love" will show us how fate will bring together two strangers, named Gab (Kathryn Bernardo) and Dos (Daniel Padilla), who accidentally got married. How? Why? When? Where? And... what?! Will Dos heed Gab's request of agreeing to an annulment (as soon as possible, take note!)? Will the process be that easy or something will get in the way?

THE CLAN (Dubbed in Tagalog)

NOV 19
Cast: Guillermo Francella, Peter Lanzani, Lili Popovich
The true story of the Puccio Clan, a family who kidnapped and killed people in the 80s.

NORTHERN LIGHTS A JOURNEY TO LOVE

NOV 26
Cast: Piolo Pascual, Yen Santos
“Northern Lights: A Journey to Love,” directed by Dondon Santos, is a story about love, forgiveness, and acceptance. Charlie Sr. (Piolo) is a free-spirited bachelor living the life underneath the majestic northern lights of Alaska. When his estranged son Charlie Jr. (Raikko Mateo) comes into his life, he is forced to face his past, atone for his mistakes, and learn to love again. Helping him in his journey for redemption is Angel (Yen Santos), who went to Alaska to look for her mother and eventually discover who she really is. In their search to find themselves, will Charlie Sr. and Angel be able to get not just what they want, but what they need as well? Would they find the strength to forgive and love again?

ALL YOU NEED IS PAG-IBIG

NOV 05
Cast: Jodi Sta. Maria, Ian Veneracion
To remind everyone how inspiring it is to love and to feel loved, the powerhouse ensemble – Kris Aquino, Derek Ramsay, Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Jodi Sta. Maria, Ian Veneracion, Nova Villa, Ronaldo Valdez, Pokwang, James “Bimby” Yap, and Julia and Talia Concio – join forces for this 2015 Metro Manila Film Fest entry. A heartwarming romantic and family movie, "All You Need Is Pag-ibig” explores and celebrates the complexity of human relationships in all their forms. The movie features varied forms of love: family love, sibling love, puppy love, and unrequited love, ruined love, prospering love, in denial love, jaded love, and true love, among others. After all, what the world needs now is love.

#WALANGFOREVER

NOV 12
Cast: Jennylyn Mercado, Jericho Rosales
A screenwriter struggling to find inspiration has her life turned upside down when an ex-boyfriend suddenly comes back into her life.

ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE

NOV 19
Cast: Gerald Anderson, Arci Munoz
“Always Be My Maybe” tackles a prevalent setup in relationships these days: the no-label kind, as more and more people seem afraid to commit. They are represented by Gerald Anderson and Arci Munoz’s characters, who both came from failed relationships. Things will take an unexpected turn in their lives when they meet and help each other forget their exes. In losing the pain, will they find a love that is for always in each other? Or will things remain just “maybe”?

VINCE & KATH & JAMES

NOV 26
Cast: Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia
VINCE (Joshua Garcia) has a longtime crush on go-getter popular student KATH (Julia Baretto). Just as when he’s about to confess his feelings for her, his best friend JAMES (Ronnie Alonte) begs him to build him up on her through text messaging by pretending to be “Var.” Apparently, James has fallen in love with Kath and he does not know how to court her. Adapted from Queen Elly's viral social serye "Vince and Kath," "Vince and Kath and James" is directed by Theodore Boborol.

MANO PO III MY LOVE

NOV 01
Cast: Vilma Santos, Christopher de Leon
A heart-breaking story of unfulfilled love. Civic-minded career woman Lilia Chiong Yang (Vilma Santos) receives award and appreciation from the government and the Chinese community for her crusade for the welfare of Chinoys. She has three grown up children by her marriage to Paul Yang (Jay Manalo). While a business trip to Thailand, she finds her lost heart, but being proper and prudent, she fights back her feelings until a secret unfolds. Her eldest son is not her husband’s but of her true love.

BATA, BATA PAANO KA GINAWA

NOV 08
Cast: Vilma Santos, Carlo Aquino
Sexually liberated Lea (Vilma Santos) works with the nuns at the Women in Crisis Center. Lea is very candid on the topic of sex even with Sister Ann. She has two children, a son Ojie (Carlo Aquino) with her husband Raffy (Ariel Rivera) a methodical man with whom she separated to retain her identity, and there’s her very outspoken little daughter Maya (Serena Darlymple) with her live-in partner Ding (Albert Martinez) a rude amoral guy who is always dismayed by her young daughter’s bluntness. Lea wishes that sex could be more meaningful beyond the flesh and be a communion of souls.

DEKADA ‘70

NOV 15
Cast: Vilma Santos, Christopher de Leon
In the atmosphere of impending oppressive martial rule revolves the life of a typical middle class household. There’s Julian (Christopher De Leon), the pacifist head of the family whose emotions are caged in male chauvinism, his persevering enthralled wife Amanda (Vilma Santos) who longs for a more meaningful life, and their eldest son Jules (Piolo Pascual) whose political awareness and revolutionary mind always clashes with his reactionary father. Jules becomes a ranking political officer, imprisoned and tortured by the military. Next is Eman (Marvin Agustin), an observant boy who becomes a political writer of manifestos and plays. But there is Gani (Carlos Agassi) who dreams of being a U.S. navy man and becomes one that led to his separation from an untimely and early marriage. Then there's Jason (Danilo Barrios), a truant guy who sadly gets involved with drugs and salvaged by the police. Bingo the youngest (John Sace) is too young to understand it all.

ANAK

NOV 22
Cast: Vilma Santos, Claudine Barretto
After six years working as a domestic helper in Hong Kong, Josie (Vilma Santos) comes home to her three estranged children. But most alienated to her is her eldest Carla (Claudine Barretto) who hates her for being away when they needed her most. Carla misunderstands her mother’s sacrifices thinking she is only escaping her husband Rudy (Joel Torre) who had once gone abroad but immediately came home because of homesickness. So, Josie has to do the providing for their future by working as a DH. When Rudy died in a construction accident, Josie failed to come home, further inflaming Carla against her mother. In retaliation, the resentful Carla becomes hostile and tries to hurt her mother by ruining her own life with drugs and sexual wantonness.

EVERYTHING ABOUT HER

NOV 29
Cast: Vilma Santos, Angel Locsin, Xian lim
"Everything About Her" highlights the importance of family during hard times, and how these obstacles bring forth understanding and forgiveness. Directed by Bb. Joyce Bernal, it follows the story of a successful businesswoman named Vivian (Vilma Santos), who learned that she is suffering from stage 3 cancer. She then hires a private nurse, Jaica (Angel Locsin), to take care of her. But she's bound to play a bigger role in Vivian's life, as she becomes the bridge between the mother and her son Albert (Xian Lim), who have felt neglected all his life. How will the three change and be changed by their circumstances?

TIYANAK

NOV 02
Cast: Janice de Belen, Lotlot de Leon
For want of a child after several miscarriages, Julie (Janice De Belen) excitedly takes the infant her sister Cristy (Lotlot de Leon) finds abandoned. She happily adopts the baby and has it baptized immediately, but their grandmother (Mary Walter) warns them the child is a monster (Tiyanak) and orders them to get rid of it before anyone becomes its victim. The monster exploits on the female compassion that makes it hard for a woman to kill it and the first to die is their grandmother when she tries to kill it by pushing its crib down the stairs. The sorcerer Stellang Bayawak (Zorayda Sanchez) tells them that the monster cannot be killed except by fire and by burning its molting.

PRIDYIDER

NOV 09
Cast: Janice de Belen, Andi Eigenmann
Years ago, Tina (Andi Eigenmann) was sent away to the United States to live with her aunt because of an incident involving her parents that has never been explained to her. She moves back to the Philippines into their old home, hoping for a new start. Unfortunately, for her, she is not alone in the house. The kitchen is home to a demonic, human-eating refrigerator. Tina must dig into the past to discover the truth about what happened to her parents, and to find a way to defeat the infernal appliance.

HAUNTED MANSION

NOV 16
Cast: Janice de Belen, Janella Salvador
A group of young people on retreat in a remote house find themselves haunted by a restless spirit.

I LOVE YOU TO DEATH

NOV 23
Cast: Janice de Belen, Kiray Celis, Enchong Dee
The story of Gwen and Tonton, childhood sweethearts born and raised in the province. They promise to love, marry and be with each other until death do they part. But they went on separate paths when Gwen left to study in the city. There, she made new friends and eventually forgot all about Tonton. When she made a wish to meet the guy who would die for her. Tonton appeared who still eager to marry her. Will they live happily ever after?

THE HEALING

NOV 30
Cast: Janice de Belen, Vilma Santos
Seth (Vilma Santos) brings her wheelchair bound father Odong (Robert Arevalo) to faith healer Manang Elsa (Daria Ramirez), but as they are leaving a patient Dario dies of heart attack. After taking the herbal tea from Elsa, Odong miraculously get well and can’t be stopped from going to the mall. All of Seth’s neighbors request her to bring them to Elsa and even her Son Jed (Martin Del Rosario) pleads to bring his half-sister Cookie (Kim Chiu) who is sick with kidney failure. But Seth is reluctant to meddle with the daughter of her ex-husband Val (Mark Gil). They arrive at Elsa’s place where Elsa’s brother Melchor tells them that Elsa will no longer heal, but Elsa hears them and lets them in. Everyone is cured but violent doubles of the patients start to appear and commit suicide after Elsa had made a mistake of raising the dead Dario (Jhong Hilario) which has started the curse. The only way to stop the curse is to kill Dario, but Seth can’t do it.

DI INGON NA ‘TO

NOV 01
Cast: Rez Cortez, Franco Reyes, Mercedes Cabral
In a remote mountain village in Cebu, Philippines, a farmer will commit murder, a young doctor will lose her first patient, and a barangay captain will find a girl brutally murdered in a cemetery. The entire community is drawn into the mystery, and they will have to rely on each other to survive. It’s one thing to deal with the deaths of loved ones, but how should they react when these same loved ones return?

BAKA BUKAS

NOV 08
Cast:Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Louise delos Reyes, Kate Alejandrino
Alex is a twenty-something year old creative based in Manila. She is out to most people except her best friend- Jess who she has been secretly in love with since they were kids. When Jess discovers the truth about Alex, they are forced to confront the feelings they have for each other.

BAKA SIGURO YATA

NOV 15
Cast: Bangs Garcia, Katrina Legaspi, Boo Gabunada, Cherie Gil, Ricky Davao, Dino Pastrano, Anna Luna, Chanel LaTorre, Nicco Manalo
Baka Siguro Yata is a comedy drama, which revolves around Carlo, a 29-year old unambitious graphic designer whose only passion is to play music with his co-unambitious long-time friends. After discovering that his girlfriend of 6 years is a lesbian, he seeks to find refuge on a one-night stand with a high school classmate named Melissa. However, Melissa gets pregnant which in turns everything in disarray. Melissa’s sister and her boyfriend mulls over their planned first sex but gets cold feet due to what happened to her sister. Carlo’s divorced parents, on the other hand, discreetly starts seeing each other as they rekindle their 20-year-old relationship by having an affair and secret meetings while they cheat on their new partner. Baka Siguro Yata tells a story of love within three generations. It tells how each generation understand and perceive the idea of love.

SHIFT

NOV 22
Cast: Yeng Constantino, Felix Roco, Matt Valena, Alex Medina
ESTELA ALANO (Yeng Constantino), a free-spirited, former student-activist, and veteran call center agent begins to lose all sense of motivation to work at her BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) company as her friends fall victim to layoffs caused by a business merger. On the brink of her resignation, she is assigned to be mentored by TREVOR (Felix Roco), an openly gay senior agent. As they grow closer, Estela senses an offbeat connection between them – one that results into developing romantic feelings for her gay friend.

HAMOG

NOV 29
Cast: Zaijan Jaranilla, Therese Malvar, Sam Quintana, Bon Lentejas, OJ Mariano, Kyline Alcantara
A story of 4 street children called “Batang Hamog” who got hooked in 2 consecutive and unexpected events in their daily routine of crime and survival in the busy Manila streets. One of them suddenly disappears in the hands of a kidnapper, with a clear fate of being oblivious; while the other kid dies in a fatal car accident. How will the remaining street kids cope with such tragedies? Where will they go next?

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