For the first time, you can watch ‘Vince & Kath & James’ for just 150 pesos at Cinema ’76!

2016 MMFF entry Vince & Kath & James is the latest addition to the growing features from indie hub Cinema ’76This teen romantic movie joins 2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten by Petersen Vargas and I’m Drunk, I Love You by JP Habac from March 31 (Friday) to April 6 (Thursday).

Tickets are priced at 150 pesos each and seats are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Located at 160 Luna Mencias St. Brgy. Addition Hills, San Juan del Monte, Cinema ’76 is a micro-cinema dedicated to bringing the latest Filipino independent films as well as English and foreign-language films to its discriminating movie audience. Its setup is akin to a home theater with couches and throw pillows.

For more information, visit their Facebook page or contact them at (02) 398 1939.

  • Vince & Kath & James by Theodore Boborol
  • 2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten by Petersen Vargas
  • I’m Drunk, I Love You by JP Habac*

(*Preceded by Angelito by Jerrold Tarog. This 20-minute short film bridges Heneral Luna and its upcoming sequel Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral.)

 


Read on to see the synopses and view the trailers for each featured movie.

VINCE & KATH & JAMES

Vince and Kath and James is a teen romance movie that shows how to love with #NoFilter. When Kath (Julia Barretto) starts receiving sweet, anonymous texts, she wonders who they might be from. Could it be from Vince (Joshua Garcia), the nerdy, torpe guy she can’t stand, or James (Ronnie Alonte), the cute varsity player she likes? How will her love story unfold? Will someone love her in real life, beyond the bright screen of her phone?


2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten

Felix is a friendless achiever in high school whose life changes after the arrival of the half-American Snyder brothers, entangling him in their dark ambitions.


I’m Drunk, I Love You.

Days before graduation, two college best friends go on one last road trip where they settle how they really feel for each other. But to put it upfront, this is not a love story.


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‘Goyo’ prequel short to screen with ‘I’m Drunk, I Love You’

Filipino moviegoers are in for a treat.  This coming February 15, fans and followers of the blockbuster biopic “Heneral Luna” are going to see a short film spinoff that serves as a bridge to the upcoming feature “Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral,” the second installment of Jerrold Tarog’s historical trilogy. The short film entitled “Angelito” is being theatrically released exclusively with the offbeat romantic-comedy “I’m Drunk, I Love You.”

“Angelito” is a 20-minute movie that tells the story of Antonio Luna’s aides-de-camp Jose and Manuel Bernal right after Luna’s assassination. According to director Jerrold Tarog, this is a fictional tale loosely inspired by real events.

Alex Medina and Art Acuña, who play Jose and Manuel Bernal respectively, reprise their roles. Aside from the Bernal brothers, some central characters from “Heneral Luna” also make a comeback in this mini-sequel. But fans should keep an eye on the new faces that they would see again in the full-length Gregorio del Pilar biopic.

Producers TBA (Tuko Film Productions, Buchi Boy Entertainment, Artikulo Uno Productions) are looking forward to finally sharing this project with audiences everywhere.

“We can not thank the public enough for making ‘Heneral Luna’ one of the biggest films in Philippine cinema. This is just one of the many ways we can show how proud and thankful we are to everyone who embraced this film,” says E.A. Rocha, TBA’s chief executive.

He also added: “Filipinos deserve to see good, quality movies! Come February 15, for a single ticket price, they’re going to see not just one, but two beautiful, memorable films—‘I’m Drunk, I Love You.’ and ‘Angelito’.”

“I’m Drunk, I Love You.”, directed by JP Habac and produced by TBA, is top billed by Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino.

Avelino will return as Gregorio del Pilar in “Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral”, which goes into production this year.

WATCH: Maja Salvador, Paulo Avelino get drunk in love in ‘I’m Drunk, I Love You’

Time check!

The official full trailer of “I’m Drunk, I Love You” is finally here! This trailer is a slightly different version from the one that was played in the theaters during the recent Metro Manila Film Festival. This longer version includes more footage and new scenes such as that near-kiss from lead stars Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino.

“I’m Drunk, I Love You” is directed by JP Habac with a screenplay co-written with Giancarlo Abrahan. The film explores the story of two college best friends who go on one last road trip to settle how they really feel for each other.

It also stars Dominic Roco, Jasmine Curtis Smith, Jim Paredes and Irma Adlawan.

“I’m Drunk, I Love You” is produced by TBA (Tuko Films, Buchi Boy Entertainment, Artikulo Uno Productions). It opens in theaters on February 15, 2017.