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4 films to see on the week of July 27-August 3, 2018

Mission Impossible: Fallout


ETHAN HUNT, along with his Impossible Mission Force team, joins with CIA assassin August Walker to stop a nuclear attack. Arms dealer John Lark and a terrorist group plan a simultaneous attack on the Vatican, Jerusalem, and Mecca using three plutonium cores. Ethan and his team go on a mission in search for the missing weapons before they fall into the wrong hands. Written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, it stars Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby. Empire’s Helen O’ Hara writes, “McQuarrie and Cruise push each scene a little further than you think they can, adding an unexpected flourish or upping the stakes in a way that feels fresh, so that you can never quite predict Hunt’s limits.”

MTRCB Rating: PG

Behind the Walls

A HAUNTED house waits for a newcomer to move in. When a broken family seeks shelter there, evil spirits begin to haunt them and force them to stay. Directed by James and Jon Kondelik, it stars Vanessa Angel, Hutch Dano, Lew Temple, and Reggie Lee.

MTRCB Rating: R-13

Our House


SCIENCE WIZ Ethan drops out of college and breaks up with his girlfriend to take care of his younger siblings after his parents die in a car accident. In the evenings, he busies himself with a machine that can generate wireless electricity to bring back the dead. Instead the device results in awakening unfriendly souls around their house. Directed by Anthony Scott Burns, it stars Thomas Mann, Nicola Peltz, Percy Hynes White, Carlyn Burchell, John Ralston, and Christine Horne.




MTRCB Rating: PG

Kusina Kings


TO SAVE their restaurant business, best friends Ronnie and Benjie join the Kusina King Challenge and work hard to win P3 million so as to not surrender their business to the cooking show host. Directed by Victor Villanueva, it stars Zanjoe Marudo and Empoy Marquez, Ryan Bang, Jun Sabayton, Maxine Medina, Hyubs Azarcon, and Nathalie Hart.

MTRCB Rating: PG

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