Your Fave Filipino Films Now on Netflix

By Cher Cabula-Mendoza - Saturday, November 03, 2018

Currently, I've been happily binge watching favorite shows on Netflix, however there are times that I find myself just flipping through the titles just to see what's there. Has this happened to you? I would probably lose a good half hour just browsing title after title, then finally settling on the movie/series I had in mind in the first place. I've always noticed just how many Korean and Bollywood titles there are but very few Filipino movies. Finally, this November, so many of these Filipino favorite movies will be on Netflix. Take a look at these titles.


First among the list is Heneral Luna, the 2015 historical biopic that revealed much conspiracies buried among famous names in Philippine history.



My Ex & Whys
Things turn upside down when the blog Cali made about her ex-boyfriend, Gio, goes unexpectedly viral on social media. To make things worse, they both get invited to a wedding of their close friend, leaving them with no choice but to face each other. My Ex & Whys stars Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, two of the Philippines’ hottest young talents of today.
It Takes A Man And A Woman
When exes start working together, chaos and do-you-one banter ensue. Miggy (John Lloyd Cruz) and Laida (Sarah Geronimo),  try to co-exist in the same company but their business decisions clash, causing awkward tension in the office. Ultimately, the two let their guard down and realize the real definition of true love.
Seven Sundays
The Bonifacio siblings reunite when they find out their father is diagnosed with cancer. In the process, they have to deal with unresolved issues among themselves before it's too late. This family tearjerker stars a powerhouse cast that includes Rolando Valdez, Aga Muhlach, and Dingdong Dantes.
Starting Over Again
Marco thought Ginny was the one—until she rejected his wedding proposal and left the country for her postgraduate degree. Years later, they meet again and get a second chance at love. Will they get a happy ending or is Ginny four years too late? Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga team up once again in this blockbuster romantic comedy.
That Thing Called Tadhana
After a bad breakup, Mace decides to have a change of scenery. She goes on a road trip to Baguio with Anthony, her new friend whom she met at an airport. Like long-lost pals, they share their stories about love, life, and dreams. Best Actress Angelica Panganiban serves up laughs and romance in this award-winning hugot film of 2015.
The Breakup Playlist
After visiting a music camp, Trixie (Sarah Geronimo), an aspiring musician, catches the attention of Gino (Piolo Pascual), a popular rock star. But while their musical collaboration brings them closer together, personal ambitions and issues soon threaten to silence their love. The Breakup Playlist is a well-loved film, thanks to a stellar cast and hit soundtrack.
The Mistress
In this complicated love story, JD pursues the hard-to-get Sari even though he finds out she is a mistress of a rich businessman. Torn between a passionate young man and a loyal paramour, who will Sari choose? Expect plenty of sizzling scenes and charming moments when John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo come together on the big screen.
Vince & Kath & James
 In this young love triangle filled with filters, will the three of them ever find a genuine love they deserve? Joshua Garcia, Julia Barretto, and Ronnie Alonte headline this big screen meet-cute that won three major film awards. 

Mid month, Buy Bust which stars Anne Curtis as she gets her action-star groove on will also air on Netflix.

Finally, I will also get to watch Kita Kita which I missed watching on the big screen while everyone raved about it. I'll finally be able to see what it's all about.


Filipino Films on Netflix

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