Kris Aquino and son Bimby asked to leave a movie theater

BY PUSH TEAM

FRESH SCOOPS

5/19/2019 7:09 PM
Kris Aquino and son Bimby asked to leave a movie theater


Photo credit: @krisaquino IG

Kris Aquino learned and shared a valuable lesson on motherhood when she attempted to watch a movie with her youngest son Bimby who turned 12 last month. The outspoken host shared on Instagram how they wanted to watch Sharon Cuneta’s new horror film Kuwaresma (which is Rated 13 by the MTRCB), but they were recognized by the mall staff so they were asked to leave. Kris ended her post with a lesson learned which she hopes to impart to her 4.2 million followers, “This Mama has learned her lesson, R13 movies showing in cinemas will wait until April 19, 2020.”

She wrote:

“you know how some people can get away with like literally big crimes & they get a free pass, and some people like yours truly attempt to bend the rules just a teeny tiny bit and automatically get caught? On purpose, it was just me, @rochelleahorro, @bincailuntayao, and jane with no guards, really low key, to watch the 7:55 PM screening of KUWARESMA so we wouldn’t attract attention... since Bimb is so tall, Rochelle said hindi na mapapansin- and Bimb & i really wanted to watch @reallysharoncuneta’s movie.

Well, we were caught and in fairness to the @iloveayalamallscinemas staff they were even apologetic that unfortunately we’re ‘famous’ and a lot of people know Bimb is only 12 and they didn’t want to get in trouble with the MTRCB. What we managed to watch (close to 30 minutes before we were asked to leave) was creepy, and the 3 main actors, Sharon, @johnarcilla, and the fresh discovery portraying “Luis” were all completely immersed in their roles and the sepia feel of the cinematography gave the movie a hard to distinguish time frame (was guessing the 1960s-70s). The musical scoring did a lot to transport us to the past.

Soon enough this movie will be available via VOD and we’ll get to watch its completion then (promised Bimb I won’t watch it without him)- which does bring up something worth discussing, our not yet adult kids can watch movies and series (example Game of Thrones) with very mature themes, on their gadgets & maybe the classification of movies is something that needs re-evaluation because access has become so much easier because of streaming (Netflix, Amazon, iflix), prime cable (HBO, Showtime etc), and iTunes and Google Play.

No excuses, mali kami for trying na ipuslit si bimb- but the reality is in a few months time he’ll be able to watch Kuwaresma through Video on Demand. Excited lang kami to support sa theatrical run @reallysharoncuneta’s 1st horror film. But this Mama has learned her lesson, R13 movies showing in cinemas will wait until April 19, 2020. #motherhood #lifelessons”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

you know how some people can get away with like literally big crimes & they get a free pass, and some people like yours truly attempt to bend the rules just a teeny tiny bit and automatically get caught? On purpose, it was just me, @rochelleahorro, @bincailuntayao, and jane with no guards, really low key, to watch the 7:55 PM screening of KUWARESMA so we wouldn’t attract attention... since Bimb is so tall, Rochelle said hindi na mapapansin- and Bimb & i really wanted to watch @reallysharoncuneta’s movie. Well, we were caught and in fairness to the @iloveayalamallscinemas staff they were even apologetic that unfortunately we’re “famous” and a lot of people know Bimb is only 12 and they didn’t want to get in trouble with the MTRCB. What we managed to watch (close to 30 minutes before we were asked to leave) was creepy, and the 3 main actors, Sharon, @johnarcilla, and the fresh discovery portraying “Luis” were all completely immersed in their roles and the sepia feel of the cinematography gave the movie a hard to distinguish time frame (was guessing the 1960s-70s). The musical scoring did a lot to transport us to the past. Soon enough this movie will be available via VOD and we’ll get to watch its completion then (promised Bimb i won’t watch it without him)- which does bring up something worth discussing, our not yet adult kids can watch movies and series (example Game of Thrones) with very mature themes, on their gadgets & maybe the classification of movies is something that needs re-evaluation because access has become so much easier because of streaming (netflix, amazon, iflix), prime cable (HBO, Showtime etc), and iTunes and Google Play. No excuses, mali kami for trying na ipuslit si bimb- but the reality is in a few months time he’ll be able to watch Kuwaresma through Video on Demand. Excited lang kami to support sa theatrical run @reallysharoncuneta’s 1st horror film. But this Mama has learned her lesson, R13 movies showing in cinemas will wait until April 19, 2020. #motherhood #lifelessons

A post shared by Kris Aquino (@krisaquino) on