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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Jan 3, 2016

Here’s A List Of All The Local Movies Shown In 2015

LESS AND LESS local movies are being shown each year. Here are the homegrown films shown in our theaters from January to December, 2015.

JANUARY - Tragic Theater, Edsa Woolworth, #EwanKoSaU Saranghaeyo, Halik sa Hangin - 4 movies

February: Liwanag sa Dilim, Bahay Ampunan, Crazy Beautiful You - 3 movies

March: Red Book, Sinag Maynila Filmfest entries: Imbisibol, Balut Country, Bambanti, Ninja Party, Swap - 6 movies

April: You're My Boss, Kid Kulafu, Your Place or Mine? - 3 movies

May: Para sa Hopeless Romantic, You’re Still the One, Alimuom ng Kahapon, Binhi, Edna - 5 movies

June: Stars Versus Me, Espesyal Couple, Just the Way You Are, Waves, Entries to the FDCP New Filipino Cinema Filmfest: I Love You Thank You, An Kubo sa Kawayanan, Sino nga ba si Pangkoy Ong?, Maskara, Piring, Ang Kwento Nating Dalawa, Filemon Mamon, Of Sinners and Saints - 12 movies

July: The Breakup Playlist, Chain Mail - 2 movies

August: The Love Affair, Homeless, Ex With Benefits, Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon - 4 movies

September: Resureksyon, Heneral Luna, Walang Take Two, Silong, Taklub, Etiquette for Mistresses - 6 movies

October: Felix Manalo, The Prenup, Everyday I Love You, Entries to the QCinema Filmfest: Apocalypse Child, Water Lemon, Kapatiran, Gayuma, Iisa, Matangtubig, Sleepless, Patintero Alamat ni Meng Patalo. - 11 movies

November: Flotsam, Old Iskul, No Boyfriend Since Birth, Maria Labo, Wang Fam, Child Haus, A Second Chance, Entries to the Cinema One Originals Filmfest: Baka Siguro Yata, Bukod Kang Pinagpala, The Comeback, Dahling Nick, Dayung Asu, Hamog, Manang Biring, Miss Bulalacao, Mga Rebeldeng Walang Kaso - 16 movies

December: Angela Markado, One Day Isang Araw I Saw Nakakita, Manila's Finest, Entries to the Metro Manila Filmfest New Wave Category: Ari - My Life with a King, Mandirigma, Tandem, Toto, Turo-Turo Entries to the Metro Manila Filmfest Mainstream Category: My Bebe Love, Walang Forever, Haunted Mansion, Beauty and the Bestie, All You Need Is Pag-ibig, Buy Now Die Later, Honor They Father, Nilalang. - 16 movies

That’s a total of 85 movies, mainstream and indie films combined. The year’s biggest is “A Second Chance” starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo which earned more than P500 million at the box office during its four-week run.