Movies playing this week: 'Theory of Everything,' 'Crazy Beautiful You,' and more
MANILA, Philippines – An Oscar-nominated film narrates the incredible story of the legendary Stephen Hawking. Love blooms when a girl meets the son of a mayor during a medical mission. The Theory of Everything and Crazy Beautiful You lead the lineup at the movies this week. (READ: Valentine's 2015 at the movies: 'Fifty Shades,' Kathniel, and more)
The Theory of Everything
Best Actor winner Eddie plays the young Stephen Hawking, following his story from his years as a student through his diagnosis of motor neuron disease at just 21. The Oscar-nominated film explores his relationships and the ups and downs of his brilliant career. (READ: Stephen Hawking to Eddie Redmayne on Oscar win: 'I'm very proud of you')
Crazy Beautiful You
Jackie (Kathryn Bernardo) accompanies estranged mom (Lorna Tolentino) on a medical mission in an attempt to patch things up between them. While there, she meets Kiko (Daniel Padilla), the mayor's son.
This fun and energetic film stars Will Smith and up-and-coming star Margot Robbie.
The film narrates the 6-year relationship of star-crossed lovers Dell (Justin Long) and Kimberly (Emmy Rossum).
A time-traveling agent's last assignment is hunting down the one criminal who has always escaped him.
A drunk policeman wakes up and realizes that he's transformed into a werewolf, and tries to find out how it happened with his partner's help.
A boy drops his younger brother off at the orphanage he used to stay in, but discovers that horrors are in their midst.
The Tim Burton-directed biopic tells the story of American painter Margaret Keane (Amy Adams) and her legal battles with ex-husband Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz). – Rappler.com
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