Due to the pandemic, many of us are celebrating Valentine’s Day this weekend at home and what a perfect opportunity it is to watch movies on Netflix all about LOVE! We’re sharing with you some Tagalog films to check out with your loved one.
Starring two of the Philippines’ top actors, John Lloyd Cruz and Toni Gonzaga, My Amnesia Girl is one of the most popular Filipino Rom-Com’s. Released in 2010, the story revolves around Glen Apollo (John Lloyd Cruz) and Irene (Toni Gonzaga) ex-lovers who find themselves in each others lives once again after a heartbreaking end to their once perfect relationship. After one of them gets “amnesia”, the other tries their best to remind them of how much they truly love them.
This film has to be one of the most aesthetic Tagalog movies we’ve seen! Set in Japan, the leads Gerald Anderson and Julia Barretto, two lost souls find solace and peace in each other. Hazel (Julia Barretto) a Filipina Actress under the strict guidance of her parents, runs away to Japan and meets Louie (Gerald Anderson) a Filipino who works as a waiter in a local seafood restaurant.
Released in 2017, Can’t Help Falling In Love is one of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s top grossing movies. The story is about Gab (Kathryn Bernardo) who lives a “perfect” life and is set to marry her long-time boyfriend who is studying in the U.S. Her world turns upside down when she finds out she is actually already married to a total stranger, Dos (Daniel Padilla) during one crazy evening.
My Ex and Whys is LizQuen’s highest-grossing movie to date and for great reason! Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano show their deep acting chops in this story of Gio and Cali who were once a couple and was ended due to Gio’s playboy ways. Their paths intertwine later on when Gio works to prove that he’s a changed man and Cali tests to see if it’s true, not without challenge though!
Starring Sue Ramirez, Jameson Blake and Markus Paterson, The Girl Allergic to WiFi, also known as, Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa WiFi, follows Norma, a teenager obsessed with social media. When she is diagnosed with electromagnetic hypersensitivity (which means she can’t be around any gadgets), she is sent to a place without signal, where she needs to deal with the challenges of having a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend.