Shang Cineplex

6/F Shangri-La Plaza, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Shang Cineplex
3.9
4.0 Stars

69 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 18
  • 4 stars 33
  • 3 stars 11
  • 2 stars 4
  • 1 star 3
  • 87 Reviews
  • 114 Recommend
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Category:
Movie Theatre
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6326334753

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

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Most Recent Reviews

Claudz M.
5.0 Stars

| Expenses:
● Snack Bar Buttered Popcorn - 90Php
● NYFD Fries w/ 2 dips - 150Php
● Happy Lemon Matcha Latte - 85Php
● Movie Ticket - 250Php

| What I liked:
11088 Small but cozy theatre
11088 has a lounge by the entrance
11088 not too hot and not too cold
11088 comfortable seats
11088clear projection of film

| Experience:
Watched ‘Love You to the Stars and Back’ with my BF at Shang Cineplex’ Premiere Theatre. You can only bring food bought from concessionaires in the Shang Cineplex lobby. Getting a bottle of Mineral Water from the SnackBar is kind of pricey 128517 so I opted to buy a drink from Happy Lemon instead. The price for a movie is just right unlike other cinemas that charge too much even though their screens and projectors are old and already making the film’s color pale and grainy which is another reason why I love Shang Cineplex because their cinemas are well maintained and you will definitely enjoy your viewing experience!

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Eboy D.
5.0 Stars
5

Last Thursday night I was invited to the Opening Night of the 11th International Silent Film Festival Manila. There was a short program at the grand atrium with cocktails provided by Bizu. Opening film was a 1918 Spanish silent directed by Jose De Tagoro "El Golfo". A love story that defied doubt and social classes. It was accompanied by a live musical performance by Talahib. The film was provided by Instituto Cervantes de Manila, The Embassy of Spain and the Filmoteca Espana. Make sure to catch the other entries from various countries. It will run until Sunday. Free admission on a first come first serve basis.

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Liezzy M.
5.0 Stars

love the comfortable seats, smell of cinema, cleanliness and aircon temperature. 128077🏼

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Ig Plummer S.
4.0 Stars

I like their chairs. Its so comfy. P272 for a 2D movie. And as mentioned on the precious reviews, you can only bring food from the movie snack bar.

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Will C.
4.0 Stars

It would be 5 stars if they allow food and drinks from other places like starbucks but instead your only choice was their movie snack bar. Quite limited and since its a standard popcorn + ice tea or soda.

Cinema itself was good. Sounds and display were superb. Seats were okay.

Enjoyed the dr strange movie.

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Eboy D.
4.0 Stars
2

Cinema 4. Spacious and very cold. Dont forget to bring your jackets or a shawl for the ladies because it gets a bit chilly inside. Don't forget to catch the 2nd Danish Film Festival happening today until Sunday October 2, 2016, for the best of contemporary cinema from Denmark. Best of all FREE admission, first come first served.

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Annechile S.
4.0 Stars
3

Cine Europa is on going!!! Watched a Norweigan film last night, Kon-Tiki. Movie was good and it's free!

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Eboy D.
5.0 Stars
4

Saw two great silent films earlier this evening at the Shang Cineplex. Indio Nacional (Philippines) with live music by Oh Flamingo and Maciste in Hell (Italy) with live music by Ely Buendia. Free admission. Excellent sound system and visuals. There was also a film appreciation discussion with UP Film Professor Nick de Ocampo before the Italiam film screening. Very informative.

Catch the remaining films this weekend and be transported to the beginnings of Cinema!

Check out Silent Film Festival Manila on FB for more details.

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Eboy D.
5.0 Stars

Shangrila Plaza is home to Film Festivals in Manila! Last week I watched a good Argentian film about love, loneliness, depression and all things equivalent to our very own "hugot".

Free admission. The film fest was held at Cinema 4 in the mezzanine level of the Cineplex. This film fest is not as crowded as the Eiga Sai (Japanese) Film Fest or the Silent Film Fest (happening this weekend). Got good seats 15minutes before screening.

If you want some alone time or a great cultural immersion try one of the film fests in Shangrila Plaza Mall. Just check out FB, these events are usually well advertised among the hipster, culture crowd. Highly recommended.

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Julie L.
3.0 Stars

The only thing I don't like about this cinema is you can't bring outside food.

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Brian Joseph A.
5.0 Stars

watched The Shallows tonight and really enjoyed the movie ans the cinema experience as well..

way better than sm cinemas I must say.. 9786

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Sandra Y.
4.0 Stars

Definitely one of the best cinema, next to Rockwell. Watched Jason Bourne last night, just to avoid the ever slow moving EDSA

What I love about this Shang's Cinema:

☑️ spacious
☑️ clean
☑️ all seats gives you the great view of the movie
☑️ comfortable seats
☑️crowd (lasr night, walang narrator sa back namin128540)

One thing thats what I hated, is the dirty CR last night. 128078🏼

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Mark L.
4.0 Stars

family bonding..
nice cool airconditioning
great sounds
fine seats

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Annechile S.
5.0 Stars
2

Watched Independence Day Resurgence here earlier after work. It was my friend's first time to watch here, and she was happy with it. Seats are comfy and big enough. 128076🏼

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Jah P.
5.0 Stars

So last night, we watch Captain America: Civil War for the second. And still, it was awesome AF.

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Mia P.
5.0 Stars

I always watch movies here (but the late review is because i'm new here at Looloo!) mainly because not a lot of people go here for movies even blockbuster but I think I forgot that today's Valentine's Day and its a Sunday. Instead of being able to catch the 4:30 show of Deadpool, my bf and I ended up watching the 6:30 show instead.

Seats are super comfy, bathroom is clean and attendants are polite and helpful in finding seats inside the dark cinema. 128077🏽

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Sheena D.
4.0 Stars

I tried to find cinemas where I could watch both Honor Thy Father and #WalangForever, and found Shang Cineplex. We paid P240 each movie. We were able to watch the movies, and avoided the crowd. Good choice.

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Glenn E.
4.0 Stars

Shang Cineplex might not be the best Cinema in the metro but it's the best place to watch a movie when all tickets are sold out from the other malls and if you do want a crowded place.

I watched Relative Happiness and it was good. I've been wanting to watch it since yesterday but when I went to gateway, it did pushed thru because the crowd wasn't enough to tmrun the mobie. Thank God, I think there's only 5 of us who watched the movie. I didn't felt sleepy during the screening coz I was laughing out loud the whole time. 128077🏻

The only thing I hate about Shang Cineplex is that they don't allow food and drinks bought outside shang snack time to have it inside the moviehouse. Anyway, I still managed to sneak foods inside my bag. 128514128514128514

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Marti M.
4.0 Stars

Last Thursday was mayhem in anticipation of the long Independence Day weekend. Commuters, especially those coming from EDSA/Mandaluyong and Makati got stuck waiting for the scarce supply of southbound buses. Instead of boarding an overloaded bus (in case any one stopped by Boni or Shaw), i brought myself to the Shang and took sometime off to visit the Shang Cineplex - one of our favorite cinemas here in this part of town.

It's been quite a while since we last visited the Cineplex. With all the renovations over the years, i expected a lot from the Cinema. I decided to watch Jurassic World (one movie Kandyce wouldn't want to see on the big screen) and paid up the cinema ticket. At P240+, i expected Rockwell/Gateway, or Greenhills Promenade-quality cinema experience.

As i enter, the cinema didn't look like it was renovated in a couple of years. In fact, it looked the same as it was, umm..., four or five years ago -even more. The image projected on the screen was even blurred in some areas (the projector lens may need some cleaning). The sound was loud but it was not theatrically magical as in the other cinemas I've mentioned. The armrests also couldn't be folded upward as in other cinemas. The movie was good, by the way. If only i had marathoned the earlier Jurassic Park movies before watching Jurassic World.

Overall, the movie experience was good and worth it, well, not really because of the comfort and cinematic experience but because it spared me from the traffic and riding the overloaded buses plying EDSA on this last working day of the week.

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Bibien T.
5.0 Stars

Watched a movie all by myself because the MRT failed (yet again). Good thing that it stopped at Shaw, or else I wouldn't have seen this movie!

Shang is holding the Asia On Screen Film Festival from May 8-12. They are showing indie films all throughout Asia.

The movie I watched, The Rocket, is such a simple but heartwarming, Australian movie. I'm so glad that Shang is showing and supporting these kinds of films, films that I would've never heard about.

The cinema's temperature was just right, which was good for me, since I didn't have a jacket on. The chairs, although they didn't recline, are comfy enough. What they lack though, are readable signs that would indicate where your seats are. I felt like a fool, as I was looking for my seat.128514

I would recommend everyone to watch the movies being shown in this film festival! Plus, you wouldn't have to shell out a lot, since the ticket is just 100!128526

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