6 Movies to Watch this Holiday Season at Cinema ‘76
Re-gifting might be something frown upon this season of giving but at Cinema ‘76, offering previous film releases you might have missed would be the best presents you could give to yourself and your loved ones!
Watch with your lola: Encanto
Treat your grandma or your grandpa to a fun family movie from Walt Disney Animation Studios, “Encanto”. The animated feature is not only for kids but for the whole fam! Follow Mirabel’s journey towards finding her self-worth while living with family members with mystical superpowers.
Watch with your tita: Spencer
Divert your tita’s attention away from your weight gain or single blessedness to the one of the most controversial persons of her time. Watch “Spencer”, a drama film inspired by inspired by Princess Diana’s (Kristen Stewart) decision to end her marriage to Prince Charles (Jack Farthing) and leave the British royal family. Bring her to Cinema ‘76 Cafe afterwards for some “banlaw” session.
Watch with your barkada: Dune
“Dune” was released during the first week of the cinemas’ reopening so if you and your gang missed it, it’s the perfect movie to coincide with your reunion. Enjoy stunning visuals in this epic science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve. Or you could just gaze at the cuteness of Timothée Chalamet for more than two hours.
Watch with your ‘tol: Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings
If your brother is into martial arts or Marvel films, then treat him to a viewing of “Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings”. Don’t forget to stay for the mid-credits and post-credits scenes!
Watch with your boyfie: Eternals
“Eternals” has something for your superhero-loving boyfie who is obligated to watch all Marvel Studios films. Don’t count yourself out too because you could be enamored by the love triangle between Ikkaris, Sersi, and Dane Whitman, the future Black Knight.
Watch with your gay BFF: Big Night!
Start your MMFF marathon with “Big Night!”, a story about a gay man who was oblivious that he was included in the authorities’ watch list amid the polarizing war on drugs.