Movie Trailer Review: ‘Mina-Anud’

/ 12:01 AM July 08, 2019


Life is indeed quieter, simpler, and less complicated in the rural parts of the country. Among the thousands of islands that make up the Philippines there will always be a place of peace and quiet that can be found away from the bustling and bursting cities of the metropolis.

However, in a still relatively unknown surfing hotspot in the country, the seemingly peaceful way of life there will get a proverbial brick thrown at it disrupting the way of life of everyone who lives there. This time, bricks of cocaine will wreak havoc on this small island town and its inhabitants.


Lead stars Dennis Trillo, Matteo Guidicelli, Jerard Napoles, and Mara Lopez will portray surfing enthusiasts. They ride the waves, they follow the beat of their own drum, and have a good time among themselves. But nothing will prepare them for what will be the wildest and craziest adventure yet of their lives once cocaine makes its way to their shores.

How will “coke” impact their lives and everyone else’s around them?


Nope, this ain’t fiction. This movie is based on true events. We have seen reports and news of this happening in the past, And uncannily, it has happened again only yesterday!  This will be a very timely movie.

‘Mina-Anud’ will be a fast-paced, highly entertaining, and very modern crime-drama from Regal Entertainment, Inc.

‘Mina-Anud’ stars Dennis Trillo, Matteo Guidicelli, Jerard Napoles, and Mara Lopez.

Also starring are Alvin Anson, Anthony Falcon, Marc Felix, Lou Veloso, Richard Manabat, Dionne Monsanto, Elia Ilano, Lui Manansala, Luke Landrigan.

‘Mina-Anud’ is directed by Kerwin Go.

This movie is produced by Regal Entertainment, Inc and Epicmedia.



My Excitement Level For This Movie – Very High

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