Cream-O Flix Fest: A Day of Movies in the Park

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CreamOholics enjoyed a unique bonding experience as Cream-O hosted an afternoon of outdoor movie watching and cookie munching with the Cream-O Flix Fest, held recently at the Quezon City Memorial Circle. The kids and I looked forward to spending a day at the park and watching one of our favorite movies. 

Family Movie Marathon

The Cream-O Flix Fest kept everyone entertained throughout the exciting day with three movies in a row. Kids and kids-at-heart watched “Minions” while teens sang their heart out with “Pitch Perfect 1.” Capping-off Cream-O’s first-ever outdoor movie marathon event was the well-loved romantic-comedy “50 First Dates.”

We caught the full showing of Pitch Perfect 1 and danced and sang along to the songs. I’ve always loved the idea of watching in a park and being in an al fresco environment enjoying a show. Hopefully, there are more opportunities such as this.

Personalize your Cream-O

The Cream-Ofied Creations booth let Creamoholics jazz-up their well-loved cookies in four easy steps: choose, dip, sprinkle and drizzle. First, they chose their favorite Cream-O variant (Vanilla, Choco Fudge, Deluxe, Crinkles, Chocolate Chip, Cookies ‘n Cream and Choco ‘n Berries) and dipped it in rich chocolate (milk, dark or white), peanut butter or whipped cream. They added extra color, texture and flavor to their creations with a wide variety of toppings, and even drizzled on some delicious chocolate, caramel or strawberry syrup.

Cream-O has many variants now and some of our family favorites are Chocolate Chip Cookies and Cookies and Cream. Jael has been having an allergy to egg, chicken and fish and thankfully these 2 variants are safe for him to eat.

Aside from the flicks, there were fun activities such as the “Unlock the Popcorn Stash” and “Guess the Movie” trivia game. They also captured moments and personalized their images through the “I Love Cream-O” photo booth. Lucky winners won Fujifilm Instax mini cameras and Robinsons gift certificates from raffle draws.

While we were watching, Kianna was approached to do a short interview about the event. Her 15 minutes if fame and she was excited about it. I love it when kids have experiences like that because they gain confidence.

Get the latest from Cream-O on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @creamoholicsph. Join the conversation online by using the hashtags: #HappinessofCreamOholics #CreamOFlixFest

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Cream-O Flix Fest Gathers Creamoholics and Families for Cream-O-filled Movie Marathon

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Creamoholics and their families, friends and barkadas are in for a unique bonding experience as Cream-O gathers them for an afternoon of outdoor movie watching and munching on their favourite cookie treats.

Bringing Creamoholics together through the love of movies and eating cookies, the Cream-O Flix Fest will be held at the Quezon City Memorial Circle on Saturday, March 11, 2017, starting at 2 p.m. Admission is free.

Family movie marathon

The Cream-O Flix Fest promises to keep the whole family entertained throughout the exciting afternoon with three movies in a row. Kids and kids-at-heart will enjoy watching “Minions” while the teens can sing to “Pitch Perfect 1”. Capping-off Cream-O’s first-ever outdoor movie marathon event is well-loved romantic-comedy “50 First Dates”.

More than watching the family-oriented flicks, Creamoholics can indulge in munching on Cream-O cookies and even in making their own personalized Cream-O cookies in “Cream-Ofied Creations”.

Personalize your Cream-O

The activity encourages Creamoholics to jazz-up their Cream-O cookies in four easy steps: choose, dip, sprinkle and drizzle. First they can choose their favorite Cream-O variant (Vanilla, Choco Fudge, Deluxe, Crinkles, Chocolate Chip, Cookies ‘n Cream and Choco ‘n Berries) and dip it in rich chocolate (milk, dark or white), peanut butter or whipped cream. They can add extra color, texture and flavor to their creations with a wide variety of toppings and even drizzle on some delicious chocolate, caramel or strawberry syrup.

Cream-O Family Shot

Other activities to look forward to include “Unlock the Popcorn Stash”, “Guess the Movie” trivia game and “I Love Cream-O” photo booth where Creamoholics can personalize the experience by putting up their names. There will also be pocket games, live acoustic band performances and raffles in between the movies. Prizes to be given away include Robinsons Gift Certificates and Fujifilm Instax mini cameras.

Get the latest from Cream-O on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at /creamoholicsph. Official hashtags: #HappinessofCreamOholics #CreamOFlixFest

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Must Watch Valentines Movies for the Hopeful

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After seeing Tweenselmom’s post about a free 1 year subscription for iFlix to PLDT subcribers I’ve been taking advantage and watching plenty of movies! I especially enjoy their line up of Romance movies so it’s only fitting that I share my top Valentines movies for hopefuls.

Why movies for hopefuls? Well, at this point in my life where I’m leaning towards never ever again believing in love I’d like to think that it’s still a possible concept. So if you’re like me and alone on Valentines here are a few worthy suggestions to pass the time and continue hoping.

The #KwentongJollibee series further solidified my belief in love especially with their video “The Vow”.

Serendipity

On a magical night when they are in in their 20s, Jonathan (John Cusack) meets Sara (Kate Beckinsale). He finds it love at first sight, but Sara believes in destiny. After 10 years the two — with 3,000 miles between them — must decide if fate wants them to be together again. When love feels like magic, it is called destiny; when destiny has a sense of humor, it is serendipity.

Takeaway: If it’s meant to be it will be. I believe things happen at the right time and when they should happen.

She’s Out of My League

Kirk is your average nice guy — he’s working a dead-end job, his ex hangs out at his parents’ house with her new guy, he’s out of shape, and he drives a piece of junk. So when he meets Molly — a smart, kind, and gorgeous blonde bombshell — he’s convinced that she will not fall for him. Come on, she’s a solid 10 and he’s maybe a 5 at the most… there’s no way this would work. Right?

Takeaway: Never underestimate your worth. For those who have experienced heartbreak and been cheated on it’s hard not to have your ego and self esteem take a hit. A sincere person will love you for who you are.

Sweet Home Alabama

Meet Melanie Carmichael, the next ‘It’ fashion designer in New York and just very recently engaged to the city’s most eligible bachelor. This is all well and exciting, but she’s got family down south she needs to inform about her impending nuptials, ESPECIALLY her husband who refuses to sign the divorce papers. With no other way around it, she takes a trip back home to Alabama where she discovers that everything she’s ever wanted was already there.

Takeaway: Choose the one you love. Settling for anything less is unacceptable. Love is hard enough as it is, if you can’t pour your whole heart into it then it just won’t work.

The Lake House

A lonely doctor (Sandra Bullock), who once lived in a beautiful lakeside home, falls in love via letters with its latest resident, a frustrated architect (Keanu Reeves). When they discover that they are living two years apart, the pair must unravel the mystery behind their incredible romance.

Takeaway: Just as with Serendipity, love will come and consummate at the right time. You have to believe and sometimes leave it to chance.

Never Been Kissed

Many people wish they could go back to high school, knowing what they know as an adult; Josie Geller gets the chance to do just that in the comedy Never Been Kissed. Josie (played by Drew Barrymore) is a 25-year-old copy editor at a newspaper in Chicago. But it’s her youthful looks as much as her journalistic skills that finally win her a writing assignment: she’s ordered to enroll in high school posing as a teenager for a story on the state of America’s youth. Trouble is, Josie was a hopeless nerd in high school (called “Josie Grossie” by her classmates); she had no idea of how to fit in with the cool kids, and she’s hardly gotten any better at it in the seven years since graduation. While Josie makes fast friends with a bookish girl named Aldys (Leelee Sobieski), and also takes notice of her good-looking English teacher Mr. Coulson (Michael Vartan), she realizes for the sake of her story she has to infiltrate the cool girls’ clique, which will be impossible without someone to give her a crash course in hipness.

*exerpt by MovieClips

Takeaway: Someone will “see” you and like you and love you. You don’t have to change who you are to find someone to love you.

Say Anything

In a charming, critically acclaimed tale of first love, Lloyd (John Cusack), an eternal optimist, seeks to capture the heart of Diane (Ione Skye), an unattainable high-school beauty and straight-A student. It surprises just about everyone when she returns the sentiment. But Diane’s overly possessive, divorced father (John Mahoney) doesn’t approve and it will take more than the power of love to conquer all.

Takeaway: Young love can be real love. Find a guy willing to stand outside your house playing a song that will make your heart ache.

*excerpts from iFlix

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