Star Cinema movies finally being available on Netflix is one of the many things we are thankful for this year.
If you’re up for a bit of emotional rollercoaster-ing, you can binge on these films on the streaming service this weekend what with all this time you have in your hands. This list casts quite a wide range, so there’s a little something for everyone but one thing is definitely for sure: you are going to cry, and it’ll be the catharsis you’ve been waiting for.
“Barcelona: A Love Untold”
A total and complete cry fest, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s first film under the legendary Olivia Lamasan is a must-watch for every occasion. It’s a story of love and forgiveness, both for other people and for ourselves, and it’s an important message we should reflect on this week.
2. “A Second Chance”
Our favorites Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz gave us this heart-ending sequel to “One More Chance” which explored Popoy and Basha’s life after their “happily ever after”. Definitely worth the rewatch!
3. “My Ex and Whys”
Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil have given us some heartbreaking movies during their time together, but “My Ex and Whys” continues to be a stand-out. Who doesn’t love a good redemption story?
4. “Seven Sundays”
What is a Holy Week recommendations list without a Cathy Garcia-Molina family drama? “Seven Sundays” is a mirror of our own families, bogged down by responsibilities and long-held grudges and slightly irresponsible bunsos (LOL), and it’s never a bad idea to rewatch with your family. Para awkward, kasi lahat nakakarelate.
One of Sharon Cuneta’s greatest films, “Caregiver” is a story of sacrifice and it will never not be touching.
Happy watching, everyone!
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