Because February is love month, we know you’re in the mood for some romantic feel-good movies to watch at home. We asked some folks around Cavite and well, here are their Top 10 “kilig” films released 2014 and onwards for your Tagalog movie marathon this coming Valentine’s Day!
This list is not in particular order, so go ahead and reminisce the good old days!
Crazy Beautiful You (2015)
What happens when a rebellious teenager (Kathryn Bernardo) meets a kind rural boy (Daniel Padilla) while on a medical mission trip? You get a beautiful story of a changed perspective. This may not be the lovey-dovey film to watch, but nothing could ever go wrong with adventures leading to healing and finding a home.
My Ex and Why’s (2017)
Enrique Gil proves that bad guys can change, too! In a generation where social media influence dictates one’s behavior, two ex-lovers connect again while the world watches their every move. If you’re moving on from a past relationship, then feel free to see this film!
Kita Kita (2017)
When you’re brokenhearted, blind and depressed, get yourself a Tonyo (Empoy Marquez) to cheer you up at such a discouraging time. This feel-good movie has its twist and turns, so head’s up!
Bride for Rent (2014)
In this movie, a young man (Xian Lim) hires a pretend bride (Kim Chiu) so he may claim his inheritance from his grandmother. This chinito loveteam is going to give you a dose of laughter!
English Only, Please (2014)
How about learning romance as you learn a language? That’s not so bad! Jennylyn Mercado charms us with her quirky character in this film as she helps a brokenhearted Derek Ramsay write a letter to a Filipina ex-lover.
Starting Over Again (2014)
Bumping into your greatest love is no joke, and Jinny (Toni Gonzaga) knows how bad that feels. When the one that got away returns in your life, would you want to start over again?
You’re My Boss (2015)
Not everyone’s intimidated with their bosses, we must say. In this film, Pong (Coco Martin) plays the role of a personal assistant who switched roles with her alpha female boss (Toni Gonzaga) for a few days to win an investor.
That Thing Called Tadhana (2015)
Who knew airports can be a good venue to find friendship? Watch the adventure of Mace (Angelica Panganiban) and Anthony (JM de Guzman) as they travel to different parts of the Philippines in search of a new beginning.
I’m Drunk, I Love You (2017)
When moving on meets a deadline, you get a hugot film about two college best friends deciding whether to commit into a relationship or stay friends just days before their graduation.
Love You to the Stars and Back (2017)
Here is another road trip-themed movie to take you on a journey to acceptance, forgiveness, friendship and hope. Get your handkerchiefs ready!
How many of these movies have you watched already? Share with us your thoughts by leaving a comment below!