A weekend full of romance, fun and magic awaits loyal viewers of GMA Network with another set of entertaining movies tomorrow, March 29.
All set to make us believe in fairytales anew is well-loved movie The Little Mermaid on Kapuso Movie Festival. Ariel, a mermaid princess, is dissatisfied with life under the sea and curious about the human world. Head over heels in love with the charming mortal prince, Eric, Ariel summons up her courage to come to an ill-advised arrangement with the ocean's cunning and terrible sea-witch, Ursula, in hopes of winning his heart. However, Ariel has only three days to succeed. Will her wish come true?
Spread the word to your girlfriends as GMA Blockbusters presents one of the campiest comedy films, Temptation Island featuring Marian Rivera, Heart Evangelista, Lovi Poe, Solenn Heussaff, and Rufa Mae Quinto.
The movie follows the story of four beauty pageant contestants vying for the coveted title of "Miss Manila Sunshine", while sailing on a yacht together. They ended up being stranded on a deserted island after an accident. Together with three attractive young men, a maid, and the gay pageant director, watch how the four ladies make their time worthwhile!
Meanwhile, witness the return of the hit action-fantasy movie, Fantastic Man headlined by Vic Sotto and Michael V. on Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO). It tells the story of Fredo (Vic), a naive and gullible laboratory assistant to Professor Manalo (Michael V.). Fredo is also the professor's regular subject for his experiments which are often disastrous to any human being. By accident, he acquires superpowers that causes him to transform and become Fantastic Man to save his town in the hands of the enemy!
Don’t miss these films on Kapuso Movie Festival after iBilib, GMA Blockbusters after Dear Uge, and SNBO after The Boobay and Tekla Show, this Sunday, only on GMA-7.
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