2019 has been a great year for Philippine cinema as it offered various movies that entertained a lot of Filipinos across the globe.
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KAMI learned that this year, the highest-grossing film of all time in the Philippines has been recorded.
Here are the Top 6 best Filipino movies for 2019 in no particular order:
Alone/Together is the comeback of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil or “LizQuen” love team on the big screen.
The film is not a typical “LizQuen” love story that showcases the Philippine Art and nostalgic 90’s vibe. It depicts the story of a couple who faced many challenges from their college romance to becoming actual adults entering the real world.
Just A Stranger
Just A Stranger is the first film of actress Anne Curtis and actor Marco Gumabao together. The plot revolves around the forbidden love of Jericho and Mae who were both in a relationship when they met.
Started in a hook-up, the affair of Jericho and Mae took a toll on their respective relationships. Despite being married and being in a relationship, Mae and Jericho fought for their love against all odds.
Eerie is the horror film of award-winning actresses Bea Alonzo and Charo Santos-Concio. As reported by the Cosmopolitan magazine, the international audience loved the film because of the suspense and the mystery the plot offers.
The story is about guidance counselor Patricia who was working in an all-girls’ Catholic school, Sta. Lucia Academy. She was trying to find out the truth about a student named Erika who took her own life.
#Jowable is the breakthrough film of actress Kim Molina for her lead role as Elsa Mangahas. The plot is about Elsa who had no boyfriend since birth or NBSB. She has been obsessing to finally have a boyfriend.
The film was inspired by a 6-minute clip that went viral on social media that showed a young woman who entered the church drunk and questioned God why she never had a boyfriend despite being “jowable.”
Unbreakable is not a typical movie about love and friendship. The movie starred Bea Alonzo, Angelica Panganiban, Richard Gutierrez, and Ian Veneracion.
The plot depicts the love and struggles of best friends Mariel and Deena who were also like sisters. However, their friendship faced many challenges as they started having their own lives and got married.
Hello, Love, Goodbye
Starring Kapamilya actress Kathryn Bernardo and Kapuso star Alden Richards, Hello, Love, Goodbye is the highest-grossing Filipino film of all time. It reached P880 million box office mark after a month of hitting the cinemas.
It highlights the hardships of every overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who strive hard to provide for their family. It also shows the struggle of choosing between love and career or pursuing one’s dreams.
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