SM CINEMA ROXAS FEATURES FOUR 2022 MMFF FILMS

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Catch the 2022 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) entries at SM Cinema Roxas.

Check out four MMFF movie screenings for December 28, 2022, Wednesday, with your family and friends and enjoy a new slate of Filipino films, from the usual Vice Ganda and Coco Martin starrers, to a movie telling a story of a teacher who returns to her hometown after being fired from her teaching job abroad, to a techno-horror film featuring Nadine Lustre’s big screen comeback, and a movie featuring how a family relationship be put to the test as the grown children argue over who among them is tasked to take care of their elderly father, who is recovering from a stroke.

You can book your movie tickets with just few clicks at www.smcinema.com, and you may also join in a viber community for the latest updates on movie schedule at .

Grab your popcorn and drinks with your loved ones and enjoy the communal experience of watching romantic, art, action, or horror flicks on the big screen.

Visit @smcinemaroxas & @smcityroxas facebook pages for the updated schedule of movie screenings.

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