Upcoming Pinoy Movies This September 2018

Upcoming Pinoy Movies This September 2018

Here’s a list of upcoming Pinoy movies this September 2018.

Sept. 5 – Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral

Goyo Ang Batang Heneral
Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral is a biopic movie about the events in the life of Gregorio del Pilar during the Philippine-American War.

Starring: Paulo Avelino, Carlo Aquino, Mon Confiado, Epy Quizon, Gwen Zamora, Empress Schuck, Alvin Anson, Rafa Siguion-Reyna

Directed by: Jerrold Tarog

Genre: Biopic, Epic

Watch the trailer here
Read the review here


Sept. 5 – Petmalu

Petmalu Movie
Petmalu tackles the social issues our today’s youth face. It focuses on a group of teens who are brought together by love, music, and friendship.

Starring: Diego Loyzaga, Marlo Mortel, Michelle Vito, Vitto Marquez, Charles Kieron, Brian Gazmen, Jairus Aquino, Karen Reyes, Vivoree Esclito

Directed by: Joven Tan

Genre: Youth-oriented

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – The Hopeful Romantic

The Hopeful Romantic
The Hopeful Romantic is about a man who falls in love with a high maintenance woman. He pretends he’s rich to lure her and must win her heart at the end.

Starring: Pepe Herrera, Ritz Azul

Directed by: Topel Lee

Genre: Romantic comedy

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – Wander Bra

Wander Bra movie
A woman turns into a beautiful superhero when she wears a magical bra. She uses her new found powers to fight crimes and supernatural evils.

Starring: Kakai Bautista, Myrtle Sarrosa

Directed by: Joven Tan

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Super Hero

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – 1957

1957 movie ToFarm
A group of farmers in Bicol are at the mercy of a strict landlord. They await for the coming of President Magsaysay for land reform to take place.

Starring: Ronwaldo Martin, Richard Quan, Menggie Cobarrubias

Directed by: Hubert Tibi

Genre: Historical drama

Festival: ToFarm Film Festival 2018

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – Alimuom

A futuristic movie where farming is banned on earth due to the toxic environment. Agriculture is only allowed outside Earth, but rebellious scientists and farmers continue farming in the barren wastelands.

Starring: Ina Feleo, Epy Quizon, Mon Confiado, Dido de la Paz, Kiko Matos, Elora Españo

Directed by: Keith Sicat

Genre: Fantasy, Sci-fi

Festival: ToFarm Film Festival 2018

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – Mga Anak ng Kamote

Mga Anak Ng Kamote
In fictional Philippines 2048, sweet potato is regularized as a part of the government’s campaign against illegal drugs. Those unable to control their appetite hide in rural areas to plant and eat it out of sight of the authorities. After being isolated in the mountain for years, a woman travels to the city to look for her husband who is held by the police for selling illegal kamote. The journey leads her to a discovery about the past that may or may not have happened.

Starring: Katrina Halili, Alex Medina, Carl Guevara, Kiko Matos

Directed by: Carlo Enciso Catu

Genre: Drama

Festival: ToFarm Film Festival 2018

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – Kauyagan (Way of Life)

A son of a Datu from the Talaandig Tribe defies his destiny and runs away from home to pursue his dreams of freedom only to find himself behind bars when he is mistaken as a rebel. He’s later set free and goes back home to bid goodbye to his parents before embarking for Manila. Back with his people, he discovers certain realities. Will he still be able to deny the destiny of his bloodline?

Starring: Bayang Barrios, Perry Dizon, Waway Saway, Jefferson Bringas, Salima Saway

Directed by: Julienne Ilagan

Genre: Drama

Festival: ToFarm Film Festival 2018

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – Sol Searching

Sol Searching
Sol is a teacher and a farmer who died unexpectedly. With no known relatives to take care of the burial, a friend and a student do their best to transport Sol to the final destination, with several mishaps along the way.

Starring: Pokwang, Joey Marquez

Directed by: Roman Perez Jr.

Genre: Dark comedy

Festival: ToFarm Film Festival 2018

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 12 – Tanabata’s Wife

Tanabata's Wife
Tanabata, a lonely Japanese immigrant farmer living near Baguio, hires a young Bontok woman, Fasang, as farmhand, and falls in love with her. They marry and have a son, Kato. Their relationship soon falters as Fasang looks for a different life for herself without Tanabata. Both fall in hard times but destiny has something in store for them.

Starring: Miyuki Kamimura, Mai Fanglayan

Directed by: Charlson Ong, Lito Casaje

Genre: Romance

Festival: ToFarm Film Festival 2018

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 19 – Abay Babes

abay babes
A group of friends, who have not seen each other for a long time, get together in support of one of their friend’s forthcoming  wedding. The friends become suspicious that the announced wedding is just a hoax as they find it hard to believe since the soon to be bride is the least attractive in the group.

Starring: Cristine Reyes, Nathalie Hart, Meg Imperial, Roxanne Barcelo, Kylie Verzosa

Directed by: Don Cuaresma

Genre: Comedy

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 19 – Nakalimutan Ko Nang Kalimutan Ka

Nakalimutan ko nang kalimutan ka
A journey of a girl trying to move-on from a past relationship. She finds it difficult to do so but a friend and a doctor guide her through it.

Starring: Alex Gonzaga, Vin Abrenica, Jerald Napoles

Directed by: Fifth Solomon

Genre: Drama

Watch the trailer here


Sept. 26 – Exes Baggage

Exes Baggage
Nix and Pia casually meet each other at a bar and soon become fond of each other. They became close enough to share their life stories and the stories of their past relationships.

Starring: Angelica Panganiban, Carlo Aquino

Directed by: Dan Villegas

Genre: Romance

Watch the trailer here

Read the review here


Sept. 26 – The Trigonal: Fight For Justice

The Trigonal
Jacob took on an underground fight where his wife and unborn baby become collateral in a ruthless drug lord’s lunatic ambitions. Jacob finds himself pushed beyond the crossroads into the world of drug-induced underground fighting, where people are guinea pigs for high-end, ground-breaking experimental drugs worth millions of dollars.

Starring: Ian Ignacio, Rhian Ramos, Sarah Chang

Directed by: Vincent Soberano

Genre: Action, Thriller

Watch the trailer here


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