METRO MANILA FILM FESTIVAL MOVIES SHOWING ON DECEMBER 25, 2011



Enteng ng Ina Mo

Cast: Vic Sotto and Ai-Ai delas Alas

Enteng Ng Ina Mo tackles the two completely different worlds of Enteng Kabisote (Vic Sotto) and of Ina Montecillo (Ai Ai delas Alas) as they cross-over to eachother’s lives and face challenges beyond their expectations. Also starring in the movie are Marvin Agustin, Oyo Sotto, Carlo Aquino, Alwyn Uytingco, Nikki Valdez, Aiza Seguerra, Bing Loyzaga, Amy Perez, Gwen Zamora, Ruby Rodriguez, Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, Xyriel Manabat with special participation of Eugene Domingo, under the direction of Tony Y. Reyes.


Panday 2

Cast: Ramon ‘Bong’ Revilla Jr, Marian Rivera and Iza Calzado

The adventures of the simple blacksmith-turned-hero continues in the sequel to the blockbuster hit.


My Househusband

Cast: Judy Ann Santos, Ryan Agoncillo and Eugene Domingo

My Househusband: Ikaw Na!” tackles the married life of Rod (Ryan) and Mia (Judy Ann). Theirs is a different family set-up. Rod takes care of their home and children while Mia is a working mother. They encounter marriage-wrecking obstacles that test whether or not their unusual relationship will survive.


Segunda Mano

Cast: Kris Aquino, Dingdong Dantes and Angelica Panganiban

Segunda Mano literally means Second Hand and based on recent interviews, the film will deal about ghosts haunting the people who got their most valued possessions. Following the concept that there’s always a back story in everything. It looks like we have yet another simple, classic ghost story from Star Cinema that promises to scare us this Christmas season.




Shake Rattle & Roll 13

Cast: Eugene Domingo, Maricar Reyes and Kathryn Bernardo

For the 13th time, Shake, Rattle and Roll will give us three episodes that promise goose bumps. The three episodes are directed by Chris Martinez (Lunod), Richard Somes (Tamawo), and Jerrold Tarog (Parola).


Yesterday Today Tomorrow

Cast: Maricel Soriano, Gabby Concepcion and Jericho Rosales

“In a nutshell, it’s about what happens to a family when faced with a tragedy and how it changes each and every member. And how they deal with that tragedy that befalls them. May isang malaking earthquake. ‘Yong earthquake na ‘yon, ‘yong pinagmulan no’ng conflict ng pamilya. Dahil sa trahedyang ’yon, some of them are forced to lie. And then may mga namatay din and how some of the members react to that tragedy.


Manila Kingpin

Cast: George Estregan, Jr.

In the later part of the 40s and early part of the 50s, the name Asiong Salonga brought fears and chills to the residents of Tondo and its environs. Salonga, a dreaded and notorious gang leader, and the likes of Totoy Golem, Toothpick, Boy Zapanta and other toughies that time, Tondo became a bloodbath of gangland violence.

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