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5 Kim Chiu movies that we will never get tired watching

Here’s every single Kim Chiu movie that made us laugh, cry, and scream our lungs out

Patricia Matalog
Patricia Matalog

4/18/2020 in News
5 Kim Chiu movies that we will never get tired watching

Since she emerged as Big Winner on "Pinoy Big Brother," Kim Chiu has created a strong career, taking on a string of projects that truly showed her versatility as an actress. From it comedy, romance, horror, thrillers, you name it, she's slayed it.

And today, we’re looking back at the actress’ memorable journey on the big screen from her first-ever movie to her biggest blockbuster hits:

“First Day High” (2006)

Fresh off her win from “Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition,” Kim debuted on the big screen in this coming-of-age comedy that tackled all kinds of highs and lows as a student — from unraveling the secrets of a teenager's personal life to sharing all your adventures with your barkada.

Watch the ultimate barkada movie on iWant!

“Paano Na Kaya?” (2010)

Falling in love with your best friend can be the best and worst thing that can happen to you. Mae (Kim Chiu) learned this the hard way after becoming her best friend Bogs' (Gerald Anderson) ahem ahem rebound.

How can we ever forget Mae’s “Shinota mo ang best friend mo!” line? Iconic.

Relive the love story of Bogs and Mae here.

“The Healing” (2012)

Just when we thought we’ve already seen her best in rom-coms and dramas, Kim took it up a notch when she verged into the horror genre. This 2012 flick gave us some of our worst nightmares, and Kim’s role in the film as the sick woman with a doppelganger? Legendary.

Prepare to be spooked once again and rewatch “The Healing” here!

“Bride For Rent” (2014)

Kim as the tough and sweet Rocky in this 2014 blockbuster made us feel all kinds of emotions; we laughed our hearts out with her hilarious antics, and we cried over her fake romance with Rocco (Xian Lim). It's safe to say that "Bride For Rent" will always be one of Kim’s best movies!

Catch Rocky and Rocco’s aso’t pusa love story on iWant and Netflix!

“The Ghost Bride” (2017)

In 2017, Kim portrayed the ghost bride for a wealthy Chinese man in exchange for a comfortable life for her family. The film gave us major creeps, and Kim gave one of her best performances!

Watch the 2017 horror movie here!

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