If you’ve watched all you’re pending shows and movies on Netflix, these Filipino films are available to watch on YouTube for free! These amazing films will surely keep you entertained for days and best of all its all accessible with just one click. So get your popcorns ready and get ready to watch these Filipino films on YouTube
George Bustamante leaves his family in the Philippines to migrate to Japan. He gets hired there to be a stunt double for the famous TV series force five. Starring Joem Bascon, Jun Sabayton, and Dimples Romana, this movie highlights the struggles of Filipinos who leave their families to find a better life abroad.
An unexpected romance blossoms when a tomboyish call center agent falls in love with her openly gay workmate. Starring Yeng Constantino and Felix Roco, this film will resonate with those who feel lost and want another direction in life.
For high school students, college entrance exams seem like the one thing that could make or break their dreams. Starring Felix Roco, Joseph Roble, and Hiyasmin Neri, this film shows the struggles of teens getting ready to take the UPCAT. How will they fare under the immense pressure?
Sa North Diversion Road
This film showcases an amazing journey of discovery, with just two people playing ten different characters while they travel along North Diversion Road. Starring John Arcilla and Irma Adlawan, the story is about ten different couples who have different struggles and conflicts to work out as they ride along North Diversion Road (now the NLEX).
Jericho Rosales plays a fixer who is scammed and is now on the run. How will he be able to turn his life back around when every single choice he makes can make a great impact on his survival?
Documentarist Ryan Pastor meets Lito Calisto, a politician who confesses on cam all the crimes he’s done while in the office. This internationally awarded mockumentary by Jerrold Tarog film might be fictional, but it portrays the ugly reality of Philippine politics.
A young girl contracts a rare disease that causes her to turn into a monster. Starring Ronnie Lazaro, Tetchie Agbayani, and Joel Torre, this film showcases how far a family is willing to go through in order to protect their loved one — even if it means protecting a monster.
That Thing Called Tadhana
A broken-hearted woman’s journey to find herself turns out to be an adventure of a lifetime when she meets someone who’s willing to take her on a journey to get a fresh start. Starring Angelica Panganiban and JM de Guzman, the film is about letting go of the past and moving forward as a better person.
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