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7 of Angel Locsin’s most iconic movie roles!

“In the Name of Love”, “One More Try” + more romantic-dramas Angel has shined in!

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Humility Javier

9/9/2022 in News
7 of Angel Locsin’s most iconic movie roles!

When we think of an Angel Locsin film, we think of a movie that guarantees to touch our hearts and squeeze the life out of our tear ducts. 

While Angel can do justice to any role that requires heavy drama like being Piolo Pascual’s star-crossed lover in “Love Me Again” or Angelica Panganiban’s worst nightmare in “One More Try”, she also has the acting chops to pull off quirky characters like John Lloyd Cruz’s casual partner in “Unofficially Yours” and the rebellious Salazar sister in “Four Sisters and a Wedding”. Scroll through the list below to get a preview of Angel’s most memorable movie roles! 

Arah in “Love Me Again” (2009) 

Portraying a woman torn between the highs of her childhood romance and the stability of her life overseas, Angel took a knife to our hearts as her emotional performance with co-star Piolo Pascual cut us way too deep for words to explain. The Supercut below highlights their most dramatic scenes in the Australia-set romantic-drama: 

Mercedes in “In the Name of Love” (2011) 

Angel channeled femme fatale vibes as the sultry and seductive dancer who charms Emman (Aga Muhlach) even though she’s already engaged to the governor’s son (Jake Cuenca). Angel’s irresistible allure in real life translates perfectly in the movie’s Supercut: 

Ces in “Unofficially Yours” (2012) 

Contrary to her character’s fear of commitment in this film, Angel stayed true and committed to the indifference of a woman who’s set on keeping her affairs no-strings-attached. But after getting caught in an entanglement with romantic-at-heart Macky (John Lloyd Cruz), Ces’ views on love inevitably evolve and it’s such a treat to watch! 

Grace in “One More Try” (2012) 

As Grace, Angel exemplified the degree of desperation and pain of a single mother whose son is hopelessly ill. Her heated chemistry with her co-stars Angelica Panganiban, Dingdong Dantes, and Zanjoe Marudo showed not only Angel’s versatility but also her mastery of hard-hitting drama! 

Alex in “Four Sisters and a Wedding” (2013) 

Being a Salazar sister in the family drama “Four Sisters and a Wedding” is a feat in itself. But Angel made her black sheep character shine all the more with her iconic lines and defiant demeanor. Prepared to be left speechless as you watch her scenes with Bea Alonzo, Toni Gonzaga, Shaina Magdayao, and Enchong Dee in the Supercut below: 

Jaica in “Everything About Her” (2016) 

Just when we thought we’ve seen Angel’s full potential in film, she played the role of a private nurse named Jaica who becomes essential to the mother-and-son relationship of Vivian (Vilma Santos) and Albert (Xian Lim). Quirky yet full of substance, Jaica is a breath of fresh air on the big screen! 

Andi in “The Third Party” (2016) 

Expectation: get back with your ex-boyfriend who’s a handsome cosmetic surgeon. Reality: find out he’s in a happy relationship with a gay pediatrician. This was Andi’s (Angel) harsh reality. And to make matters worse, she learns that she’s pregnant with the child of a man who abandons her. Get to see how Angel dealt with the realities her character had to face in the Supercut below: 

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