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4 films to see on the week of November 30 — December 7, 2018

Creed II

Creed II

A SEQUEL to Creed and the 8th film in the Rocky franchise, Creed II sees Adonis Creed facing Viktor Drago, son of Ivan Drago, the boxer who killed his father in the ring. Directed by Steven Caple, Jr., the film stars Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Tessa Thompson, and Phylicia Rashad. Empire’s Ian Freer writes, “While Creed made Adonis’ life in Philadelphia authentic, Creed II doesn’t bring telling specificity to Adonis’ new world as a champ: it’s just a tired litany of spacious apartments, lovemaking montages to R‘n’B and interactions with the smallest entourage in boxing history.”
MTRCB Rating: PG

The School

The School




WHEN A doctor’s son suddenly goes missing, she goes in search for him, ending up in an abandoned school filled with supernatural beings that she must fight in order to find her son. Directed by Storm Ashwood, this Australian movie stars Nicholas Hope, Milly Alcock, Will McDonald, and Megan Drury. “The School is the perfect blend of otherworldly fantasy and creepy horror which makes it one of the most unique Australian films we’ve seen in years,” writes Matthew Eeles of CinemaAustralia.
MTRCB Rating: R-13

Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap

Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap

IN the fictional Barangay Husay in Tondo, Manila, Eman teams up with Toto and Carlo who take every opportunity to attempt small-time scams. When newbie Nicoy joins the team upon Eman’s father’s insistence, Nicoy and the rest of the team continue to dream of the ultimate scam. Directed by Marius Talampas, the film stars Pepe Herrera, Jerald Napoles, Jelson Bay, and Paolo Contis.
MTRCB Rating: R-16

Three Words to Forever

Three Words to Forever

AFTER 25 years of marriage, Ricky and Cristy have decided to separate, but decide to delay their separation so as not to be a burden to their daughter Tin and her boyfriend Kyle. Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, the film stars Kathryn Bernardo, Sharon Cuneta, and Richard Gomez.
MTRCB Rating: PG