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#MovieMarathon: Filipino Films for every Millennial Entertainment Movies and TV 

#MovieMarathon: Filipino Films for every Millennial

Just keep reading. You won’t regret it.

We, millennials, are very known for watching interesting, deep, hugot, sci-fi, adventurous, and brave films. We even support foreign outputs like series and films, as long as it satisfies and feeds our imaginations and feelings in an unexplainable basis.  

So, why don’t you try watching these pasok sa banga fresh films?


100 Tula para kay Stella

Synopsis: Throughout his four years in college, Fidel, a student with a stutter, tries to finish 100 poems dedicated to Stella, an aspiring but frustrated rock star, to win her heart.

Showing on August 16, participating in the  Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino.  Starring Bela Padilla and JC Santos. Written and directed by Jason Paul Laxamana.


Baka Bukas

A film starring Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Louise delos Reyes, directed by Samantha Lee.

Synopsis: Alex (played by Jasmine Curtis-Smith ) is a 23-year-old lesbian 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.        


Pamilya Ordinaryo

Synopsis: This is the story of teenage parents: Jane and Aries. They make a living out of robbing… until fate hits back at them.

An eye-opener movie that reveals how street people survive from their type of living. Starring Ronwaldo Martin and Hasmine Killip. Directed by Eduardo Roy Jr.



Synopsis: Victor comes from a time when the dominant form of education is through installation, a process wherein bodies of knowledge can be installed directly on people’s brains using technology owned by big corporations. However, like many others in the agricultural town of Porac, Victor cannot afford the sky-high cost of installation, which he believes is the key to improve his family’s life. To raise money for installation, Victor abandons farming and works as the housekeeper of a wealthy childhood friend who has become extremely successful after undergoing a series of installations.

A TOFARM Film Festival entry, starring McCoy De Leon, Jun-jun Quintana, Francis Magundayao. Now Showing in selected cinemas: Gateway Mall, Robinsons Galleria, SM Megamall, Greenbelt 1, and SM Manila


Van Damme Stallone

It is a story of a child with down syndrome, living a normal life with his family. Positively conquering his big dream – to be the next star.

It is also an entry for Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino showing on August 16. Starring by Candy Pangilinan. Introducing Paolo Ingol and Jadford Dilanco and directed by Randolph Longjas.


What are you waiting for, guys? Tara sched na ng movie night out with the fam!

Here’s a bonus: these five films are proudly produced by Filipino artists. Let’s support, enjoy, and learn through watching these exciting movies.

#LezGo! Nuod na!



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