12 Pinoy multi-genre films to watch on NETFLIX this December

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These 8 ABS-CBN Films Production, 2 Black Sheep, 1 Cinemalaya, and 1 Cignal Entertainment films are streaming on NETFLIX Philippines this December. Photo from the films’ social media.

Twelve Pinoy films are set to stream on the popular movie platform NETFLIX this December 2020.

The California-based content platform is bringing a wide variety of genres in the new roster of Filipino movies films produced by ABS-CBN Film Production, Black Sheep, Cinemalaya, and Cignal Entertainment.

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The Christmas month will be packed with Pinoy mainstream movies and indie films in the genres of drama, romance, comedy, and horror.

NETFLIX earlier released the list of must-watch Filipino films from October to December on October 22, 2020, with a few additional line-ups.

Check out the 12 films streaming on NETFLIX this December:

Kalel, 15 (December 9)
Cast: Elijah Canlas

Synopsis: Surrounded by tensions and secrets, a teenage boy searches for validation and navigates life with a dysfunctional family following an HIV diagnosis.

Just The Way You Are (December 10)
Cast: Liza Soberano, Enrique Gil

Synopsis: An overconfident teen bets he can make a homely transfer student fall in love with him in 30 days—but the wager starts to play games with his heart.

She’s The One (December 10)
Cast: Dingdong Dantes, Bea Alonzo, Enrique Gil

Synopsis: When his best friend gets stranded in the rain and becomes the subject of a romantic viral video, a morning show host must confront his true feelings.

Bwakaw (December 16)
Cast: Eddie Garcia

Synopsis: Gruff and alone, retiree Rene rejects most human contact but begins to soften when he comes to terms with his homosexuality.

Love You To The Stars And Back (December 17)
Cast: Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia

Synopsis: In search of aliens, a young woman’s road trip becomes an emotional journey when she finds—and falls for—a charming companion with cancer.

Sakaling Maging Tayo (December 17)
Cast: Elisse Joson, McCoy De Leon

Synopsis: A college student seizes his chance with a crush when an unexpected encounter turns into a night of bold dares, deep confessions, and possible romance.

Hello, Love, Goodbye (December 24)
Cast: Kathryn Bernardo, Alden Richards

Synopsis: A poor background compels Joy to work as a domestic helper in Hong Kong. While she excels in her job and enjoys the company of other household workers, Joy leaves the city and meets Pinoy bartender Ethan—a sweetheart playboy building a permanent life in Hong Kong.

Isa Pa With Feelings (December 25)
Cast: Carlo Aquino, Maine Mendoza

Synopsis: An aspiring architect meets and eventually develops feelings for her deaf neighbor and sign language teacher.

U-Turn (To be announced)
Cast: Kim Chiu, Tony Labrusca

Synopsis: A young reporter’s investigation into a string of grisly suicides takes a dangerous detour when she follows the clues to a cursed stretch of road.

The Panti Sisters (To be announced)
Cast: Paolo Ballesteros, Christian Bables, Martin del Rosario

Synopsis: 3 gay sons are called back by their terminally-ill father and given an offer of PhP300 million inheritance in exchange for giving him a grandchild.

Must be… Love (To be announced)
Cast: Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla

Synopsis: A young woman develops romantic feelings for her best friend but problems arise when another girl enters the picture.

Between Maybes (To be announced)
Cast: Julia Barreto, Gerald Anderson

Synopsis: A man lives as a recluse in Japan until a washed-up actress arrives. As he checks up on her, the two lost souls find comfort in each other.

These 12 varied Filipino movies are joining other Pinoy films that trended on Netflix in August, September, October, and November.

The popular Gameboys web series is also streaming on NETFLIX by December 3.

CHEERS to more Pinoy movies on NETFLIX and TELL US about your favorite Filipino films in the comments below.

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Alyssa Leyda-Aldemo
Alyssa Leyda-Aldemo was a contributor in the News Letter of her former agency and is currently a content writer on her church's website and social media platform. She is now a full-time housewife who wants to re-ignite her passion for writing.