GMA Network continues to bring non-stop fun and entertainment to its loyal viewers with its exciting Sunday movie line-up.
Gather up the kids for an adventurous movie treat via the 2016 hit comedy and family film Storks on Kapuso Movie Festival. It follows the story of a hotshot package-delivering stork (Junior) and his female human partner (Tulip). Both are working at the distribution center of an enormous online store, Cornerstore.com. After an accident that created a female baby using the defunct baby factory, the two set off on a journey to protect the child and their careers.
Back-to-back with Storks is another Kapuso Movie Festival feature as the world’s favorite hero makes a comeback in Superman Returns. Viewers can witness all over again the well-loved film that received positive reviews with critics praising its visual effects, story, musical score, and the performance of its lead star Brandon Routh.
GMA Blockbusters presents the dynamic duo of Vic Sotto and Bong Revilla in the iconic action comedy and fantasy crossover film Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote. Reminisce how Enteng (Vic) joins forces with Agimat (Bong) in order to save their respective worlds from evil.
Finally, cap off the night with heartfelt reflections through All Saints on Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO). Based on a true story, a salesman-turned-pastor Michael Spurlock of a small church in Smyrna, Tennessee is ordered to stop the church’s operations. The movie sparked hope from viewers in 2017 as they saw how Michael attempted to save his struggling church, as well as a group of refugees from Karen State, Myanmar, in Southeast Asia.
Don’t miss this movie marathon with your loved ones on Kapuso Movie Festival after iBilib, GMA Blockbusters after Dear Uge, and Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO) after The Boobay and Tekla Show on GMA.
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