(by Enzo Luna)

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is a sequel to the 2014 film Maleficent. The story takes a turn to Princess Aurora’s wedding with Prince Phillip resulting to a chaos as Phillip’s mother; Queen Ingrith plans a scheme—use the wedding to create a faction among humans and fairies.

The turnout of events lead to a conflict between Maleficent and Aurora, both on other side of coin in their duty to protect the magical lands that they are taking part.   

In the midst of an emerging war, Maleficent and her goddaughter Aurora, found new allies and dark new forces on the rise, leading them torn between circumstances that affect their family ties.

Basically, that’s the summary of the new Maleficent movie. I am happy to see the movie before its official showing day and what made it more exciting, I watched it sa A-Giant Screen Cinema of the new Ayala Malls Manila Bay!

Quite far because I live in the north, pero the travel was worth it to see the new mall in that area of Manila Bay, Parañaque.

The mall itself is huge! From the source, Ayala Malls Manila Bay is Glorietta and Greenbelt in one. It houses 10 movie cinemas and a bunch of retail shop stores, fastfood, and restaurants.

Parking is also FREE pa pala, ha! Ganito talaga pag bagong bukas ang mall, they offer free parking to shoppers.

Back to Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. It’s entertaining naman. I just don’t like the part where masyadong nananalo si Queen Ingrith sa mga evil plans. Eh mas evil pa si Queen Inggit, eh!

Mabuti nga naging kambing! Oops! Spoiler! Ha ha ha ha!

Kidding aside, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil was a very light movie. I thought it’s going to be seriously dark. But with all the humors, it was just entertaining.

Catch Maleficent: Mistress of Evil in cinemas while it’s still showing.

Aside from cinemas at Ayala Malls, Maleficent is also showing in SM Cinemas. And as a treat, kids can watch it for free on its third week of screening in line with SM Kids Watch free promo.

To avail, accompanying adult must purchase a ticket that comes with a complimentary movie pass for one child who is four feet and below in height. The promo is valid for single transactions and over-the-counter purchases. Seat availability is also set on a first-come-first-serve basis and can be chosen at the ticket counter after the kid’s height is checked.

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