In a span of nine days, the entries of the 41st Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) have earned P834 million in the box-office.
The MMFF 2015 executive committee, through its social media accounts, revealed that the eight movies earned this amount from December 25 to January 2, 2016.
During this period, the Top Four highest-grossing movies have been (in no particular order): My Bebe Love, Beauty and the Bestie, Haunted Mansion, and Walang Forever.
Based on MMFF Execom data, the Kris Aquino-led ensemble movie All You Need is Pag-ibig was part of the top-grossers during the first four days of the annual film festival.
However, the ranking changed on December 29, two days after the awards night of MMFF 2015.
Walang Forever emerged as the Best Picture in the 41st MMFF and earned the top acting awards for lead stars Jennylyn Mercado and Jericho Rosales.
Here are the movie reviews of the eight official entries of MMFF 2015 (arranged alphabetically):
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: All You Need is Pag-ibig is a light-hearted movie with a wake-up call)
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: Beauty and the Bestie capitalizes on strengths of Vice Ganda, Coco Martin and Jadine)
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: Good acting saves Buy Now, Die Later)
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: Good direction, plot twist save awkward cast of Haunted Mansion)
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: John Lloyd Cruz shows sinister side in Honor Thy Father)
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: Maine excels as newbie in My Bebe Love; movie entertains regardless of predictable plot)
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: Nilalang depends on powerful action sequences, good actors)
(Read: MOVIE REVIEW: Jericho Rosales and Jennylyn Mercado show power of love in Walang Forever)
MMFF 2015 entries earn P834 million as of January 2
by posted on January 4, 2016