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‘A Very Special Love’ Receives Grade ‘A’ from the Cinema Evaluation Board

"A Very Special Love" starring Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz was graded "A" by the Cinema Evaluation Board in time for its premiere night at the SM Megamall.

The producers will get a 100 percent amusement-tax exemption by getting the highest grade of “A”.

Looks like the joint project of Viva Films and Star Cinema is all set to become a monster hit as it also received a GP or General Patronage rating from the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).

The last local film to receive an “A” grade was the animated movie “Urduja“. The last Star Cinema movie to receive an “A” grade was Sharon Cuneta’s Caregiver which is also a box office hit.

A Very Special Love will have its grand opening tomorrow in more than 100 movie theaters nationwide.

The romantic comedy also stars Joross Gamboa, Matet de Leon, Gio Alvarez, Marianna del Rio, Al Tantay, Irma Adlawan, and Miles Ocampo. A Very Special Love is directed by box office director Cathy Garcia-Molina.

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