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3 of the most 'heart-melting' scenes in Star Cinema movies!

Scenes that will make you cry your heart out from “Four Sisters and a Wedding”, “Seven Sundays”, and “Way Back Home” ❤️

Chandral Selim
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Chandral Selim

12/14/2018 in News
3 of the most 'heart-melting' scenes in Star Cinema movies!

Who doesn’t love a good cry? Nobody, that’s who, and if you’re feeling especially sappy this week, what with the weather being so dreary and 2018 coming to a close without your much-needed plot twist, here are three scenes from three of the most heart-melting films produced by Star Cinema. 

The films in question: “Four Sisters and a Wedding”, “Seven Sundays”, and “Way Back Home”, all of which deal with various levels of familial strife, the best kind of film plot to cry to. Sa totoo lang. 😉 Happy (or unhappy, rather) watching! 

1. Bobby (Bea Alonzo) and Alex (Angel Locsin) reconcile in "Four Sisters and a Wedding"

In this scene, we see the feuding sisters finally talk heart-to-heart after being ripped apart by falling in love with the same man. It's one of the most underrated scenes in the Cathy Garcia-Molina classic, and you won't be able to walk away from it without crying. 

2. Cha Bonifacio (Cristine Reyes) being saved by her brothers from her supermom duties in "Seven Sundays"

In this scene, we see Cha, who recently kicked out her cheating, good-for-nothing husband, struggling with being a single mom to three kids. When her brothers Allan (Aga Muhlach), Bryan (Dingdong Dantes), and Dex (Enrique Gil) showed up, she broke down and basked in the "you're not alone" comfort they offered. 

3. Amy (Agot Isidro) apologizes for being an absentee mother to her eldest Jessie (Julia Montes) in "Way Back Home"

Amy and Jessie have a painful and tear-stained confrontation while playing the piano, with both women asking for forgiveness: one apologized for checking out on motherhood when her younger daughter Joanna (Kathryn Bernardo) disappeared, and one apologized for her categorically terrible behavior when Joanna finally returned. It's a mother-daughter scene that'll have you immediately calling your mom. 

This feature was written in celebration of the National Ice Cream Day. 

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