The family dramedy Seven Sundays already grossed P153 million in the Philippine box office.
According to Star Cinema, this ensemble film earned this amount as of October 22, less than two weeks since it opened in cinemas last October 11.
Aga Muhlach, Dingdong Dantes, Enrique Gil, Cristine Reyes, and Ronaldo Valdez play the members of the Bonifacio family in this movie directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
The four estranged siblings get thrown back together by their father’s dying wish: to spend their time together in his last Seven Sundays.
In the story, Ronaldo Valdez is Manuel, is a man who learns of his demise but sees it as a chance to bring his family back together.
Aga Muhlach is the eldest son Allan who may not have succeeded in his career but continues to be the family favorite in the eyes his siblings.
Dingdong Dantes is Bryan, the most successful of the family who has resented the fact that despite his success, seems to get the least attention.
Cristine Reyes is Cha, the only girl in the brood of four and who has not really been lucky in love and life.
Enrique Gil is Dex, the youngest and most detached by virtue of his age and principles.
As they are forced to be together for their father’s last few weeks, the siblings are reminded of the very reasons they fell apart and both comedy and chaos ensue.
The movie marks the movie comeback of Aga after his last romantic drama In The Name Of Love with Angel Locsin in 2011.
The movie also marks the seventh movie of Dingdong, a Star Cinema regular who recently brought in a box-office hit via The Unmarried Wife together with Angelica Panganiban in 2016.
Enrique, who was recently seen in the suspense-drama film Dukot, reunited with Garcia-Molina after their blockbuster hit My Ex And Whys shown February of this year.
Seven Sundays also stars Donita Rose, Kean Cipriano, Ketchup Eusebio, April Matienzo, Jeffrey Tam, Kyle Echarri, Kin Billote, Angelica and Angelee Cruz, Gabriel Iribagon, and Alyanna Angeles.