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LIST: 10 movies to watch this Holy Week

Binge, cry, and reflect with these films that you can stream on the iWant app for free!

Patricia Matalog
Patricia Matalog

4/11/2020 in News
LIST: 10 movies to watch this Holy Week

iWant made over 1000 films available for free streaming, and it’s definitely something we are grateful for.

And as we peacefully celebrate the lenten season at the comforts of our home, we have curated a list of films that you can binge watch by yourself or with your family, based on the top streamed movies on the iWant app:

“Four Sisters and a Wedding”

We can rewatch this family drama a thousand times and still never get tired. Apart from the perfectly casted and powerhouse ensemble, this Cathy Garcia-Molina just hits the spot with its heartwarming plot every time.



Watch the story of the Salazar family on iWant  and Netflix 

“She’s Dating The Gangster”

Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla have had a string of blockbuster movies together, but "She's Dating The Gangster" will always have a special place in our hearts. How can we ever get over Kenji and Athena's real and everlasting love?



Relive the love story of Kenji and Athena by streaming it on iWant  and on Netflix 

“The Hows of Us”

Just when we thought KathNiel's previous movies couldn't get any better, "The Hows of Us" gave us a whole new level of romance. With the film's realistic take on long-term relationships, we saw how one decision can make or break love.



Watch the full movie here.


A little laugh perhaps wouldn’t hurt this season, and Vice Ganda is here to give us the opportunity to do it. With the Unkabogable Phenomenal Star’s signature comedy set in a riot-filled perya, your woes and anxieties will surely go away!



Catch the full Vice Ganda comedy here

“Barcelona: A Love Untold”

A story about love, forgiveness, and moving on, this Olivia Lamasan masterpiece will make you realize a thing or two about life. And what's a better time to reflect than this Holy Week?



Stream “Barcelona” on iWant and Netflix 


Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s first film under Antoinette Jadaone gave us a train of feels — one second it’s making us all kilig with Tin and Raf’s college love story, and then we realize we’re crying over their painful breakup and what-ifs in the next. Get your tissues ready if you still haven’t seen this 2019 film because it’s a cryfest.



Watch the full movie here

“A Second Chance”

The perfect conclusion to the roller coaster love story of Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) and Basha (Bea Alonzo), this 2015 romance gave us a realistic view of marriage and how our favorite movie couple endured every challenge all for their happily ever after.



Reminisce about Popoy and Basha's love story on Netflix 

“Crazy Beautiful You”

A romance movie with a hint of family drama on the side, this KathNiel movie will make you ponder on a lot of things, like how the best things in life are almost always free or how family will always be greater than the grudges we’ve long been holding in our hearts.



Rewatch the KathNiel romance here

“One More Chance”

Craving for a good cry? “One More Chance” will always be a great option for that. The what-ifs, the second chances, the regrets—they will never be as excruciatingly beautiful as they are in this film. "One More Chance" is iconic for a reason and it's time you find out why.



“My Ex and Whys”

Packed with heartbreaking hugot lines, this LizQuen romance will always remain one of their greatest films together. It also featured one of the best character developments we’ve seen in film: we watched playboy Gio (Enrique) transform into the faithful boyfriend all for Cali (Liza).



Catch this LizQuen romance on iWant  and Netflix 

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