Blockbusters, classics air on Cinema One
() - June 3, 2010 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Cinema One offers contemporary blockbusters and immortal classics this month.

Blockbuster Sundays presents big Pinoy movies every week at 8 p.m. This premiere timeslot kicks off the month with Green Paradise (June 6), which launched Cristine Reyes to stardom. Catch the cable premiere of the Star Cinema hit And I Love You So (June 13), starring Bea Alonzo, Derek Ramsay and Sam Milby. Judy Ann Santos and Ogie Alcasid pair off in the romantic comedy Oh My Girl (June 20). Vic Sotto falls in love with a sultry and scary Cristine Reyes in the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival favorite Ang Darling Kong Aswang (June 27).

The newest Star Cinema love stories are on Romance Central, Sundays at 6 p.m. Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin star in Love Me Again (June 6). Aga Muhlach and Anne Curtis team up in When Love Begins (June 13). Maricel Soriano, Angelica Panganiban and Aga Muhlach are in A Love Story (June 20). Bea, Derek Ramsay and Sam Milby heat up the screens with And I Love You So (June 27).

Intriguing dramatic foreign films, dubbed exclusively for Cinema One viewers highlight Monday Drama at  9pm. In Mountain Patrol (June 7), mysterious disappearances lead to horrifying climaxes. House of Harmony (June 14) brings the beauty of Singapore. Get entangled in webs of seduction and deceit in the sexy Spanish film My Brother’s Wife (June 21).   It’s epic drama, technical effects and box office success in Sinking of Japan (June 28).

Vic Sotto headlines Cinema One’s Tuesday Comedy block at 9 p.m. Vic and Dolphy butt heads in Dobol Trobol (June 8).   Nonstop comedy comes with the Tito-Vic-and-Joey starrer Iskul Bukol 20 Years After (June 15). Vic experiences the hilarious side of internet romance with Paula Taylor in LOL: Love On Line (June 22). He and Cristine Reyes topbill Ang Darling Kong Aswang (June 29).

John Lloyd Cruz is Cinema One’s Numero Uno Choice Artist for June. Catch him in Wednesday Winners at 9 p.m. He faces off with Claudine Barretto and Aga Mulach in Dubai (June 9).   He reprises his Miggy Montenegro role in You Changed My Life (June 16). Relive the Popoy-and-Basha romance in One More Chance (June 23). Lloydie competes with Sam Milby over Bea’s heart in Close To You (June 30).

Pop Theatre also features John Lloyd movies: at 11 a.m.: Nagbibinata (June 21), Now That I Have You (June 22), My First Romance (June 23), All About Love (June 24), and Mahal Na Kung Mahal (June 25).

Lorna Tolentino has an interview with Boy Abunda for a one-on-one interview in Inside the Cinema (June 7). On Cine Tonight Specials. She is also featured on Must-See Movies every 5 p.m. from June 7 to 11. Watch her in Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin (June 7), Nagbabagang Luha(June 8), Patayin sa Sindak si Barbara (June 9), Kailan Mahuhugasan ang Kasalanan (June 10), and Kislap sa Dilim (June 11).

Robin Padilla stars on Star Power Friday every 10pm. He faces off with Bong Revilla in Alega Gang Public Enemy # 1 ng Cebu (June 4), fight crime with Jolina Magdangal in Tunay na Tunay Gets Mo Gets Ko! (June 11), fall in love with Vina Morales in Eto Na Naman Ako (June 18), and champion Kris Aquino in You and Me Against the World (June 25).

On June 12, Cinema One presents classics like Gatas Sa Dibdib ng Kaaway starring Mylene Dizon, Aguila starring Fernando Poe, Jr., Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon starring a young Christopher de Leon, Goodbye America starring Angel Aquino, Lapu-Lapu starring Lito Lapid, Aishite Imasu 1941 Mahal Kita starring Jay Manalo, Judy Ann Santos and Dennis Trillo and revolutionary drama Ka Hector starring Phillip Salvador.

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