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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.

Feb 7, 2017

Regal's Acclaimed 'Mano Po 7, Chinoy' Back In Theaters Due To Insistent Public Demand For Its Reshowing

DUE TO INSISTENT public demand, Regal Entertainment is bringing back in theaters their acclaimed family drama, “Mano Po 7: Chinoy”, starting today. It got very positive reviews and was graded B by the Cinema Evaluation Board or CEB. People are wondering why it didn’t qualify as an official entry in the last Metro-Manila Filmfest when it’s a much better film than some of the other entries that didn’t even get any rating from the CEB.

“Marami ring hindi nakapanood nito kasi people were busy then with the holiday rush as it was shown just before Christmas,” says producer Roselle Monteverde. “So heto, binabalik namin ngayon dahil sa request ng maraming fans ng Mano Po series who missed it.”

The movie stars Richard Yap as the patriarch of a Chinese family who faces problems in his interpersonal relationships with his own wife and children. Playing his wife is Jean Garcia, with Enchong Dee and Janella Salvador as his children, supported by Eric Quizon as Richard’s ostracized gay brother, Jessy Mendiola as Enchong’s ill fated love interest, and Marlo Mortel and Kean Cipriano as the men who get involved with Janella.