LOOK: Filipino movies to watch on NETFLIX this August

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Filipino movies Netflix August 2020
These 9 Filipino movies are streaming online this August 2020. Official movie posters.

LOOK: Another batch of Filipino movies is airing on the popular movie platform NETFLIX this August 2020.

The movie streaming company added multiple genres of new films from Viva Communications, Regal Films, TBA Studios, and The IdeaFirst Company which are all lined-up to be aired across Asia.

The nine films to be included will be an addition to other award-winning Filipino movies in NETFLIX such as “Pinoy Sunday” and “Sundo”.

The people behind the productions expressed their happiness for the launching of their films in the online streaming site.

“It is an honor having our film be included as a Netflix Original and be shown across Asia. It is a huge opportunity not just for me but also for every Filipino filmmaker to continue creating quality films that can be shown to the world and that every Filipino can be proud of,” said RC Delos Reyes, director of Love The Way U Lie.

Viva Communications president Vincent Del Rosario said, “very few films get to become a Netflix Original, and we at Viva and 1017 are very proud that ‘Love The Way U Lie’ is part of the elite Originals. This film is a testament to Filipino creativity and we can’t wait for Asia to enjoy it!”

Listed below are the must-see Pinoy films this August 2020:

Once Before (Hindi Tayo Pwede)
Synopsis: After a tragic car crash, Gabby finds herself in a love triangle with the ghost of her fiancé and a friend seeking more than a platonic relationship.
Cast: Marco Gumabao, Tony Labrusca, Lovi Poe
Release Date: August 4, 2020

Time & Again
Synopsis: Longing for a law student, a barista by day and writer by night gains the ability to turn back time and rewinds to the day they first met.
Cast: Wynwyn Marquez, Enzo Pineda, Adrienne Vergara
Release Date: August 6, 2020

Stranded
Synopsis: In the midst of a typhoon, a woman finds herself stuck inside her office building with a stranger whose attitude on life — and love — clashes with hers.
Cast: Jessy Mendiola, Arjo Atayde
Release Date: August 6, 2020

How She Left Me (Kung Paano Siya Nawala)
Synopsis: A man with face blindness finds it impossible to connect with others — until he meets a beautifully free spirit who changes his life.
Cast: JM de Guzman, Rhian Ramos
Release Date: August 13, 2020

Finding You
Synopsis: When a young man with an extraordinary memory discovers he can’t recall a past heartbreak, he revisits his exes searching for the mystery woman.
Cast: Jerome Ponce, Jane Oineza, Barbie Imperial
Release Date: August 13, 2020

Love The Way U Lie
Synopsis: With the help of a spunky, lonely-in-love psychic, a deceased wife tries to get her grieving husband to move on. In the process, sparks begin to fly.
Cast: Alex Gonzaga, Xian Lim
Release Date: August 20, 2020

Us Again
Synopsis: When two former flames cross paths years after parting ways, they face big questions over whether second chances are possible.
Cast: Jane Oineza, RK Bagatsing
Release Date: August 20, 2020

Us, At The End Of The Year (Tayo sa Huling Buwan ng Taon)
Synopsis: Five years after their relationship ended, Sam and Isa spot each other by chance one evening and aren’t prepared for the feelings that resurface.
Cast: Nicco Manalo, Emmanuelle Vera, Anna Luna, Alex Vincent Medina
Release Date: August 27, 2020

D’Ninang
Synopsis: A criminal matriarch with a gang of thieves is reunited with her estranged daughter, who is a firm believer of the law and everything right.
Cast: Ai-Ai de las Alas, Kisses Delavin, McCoy De Leon
Release Date: August 27, 2020

These films will add to the line up of other trending Filipino movies in NETFLIX such as “Ang Pangarap ko’y Holdup” and “Through Night and Day” which recently appeared in the Philippines’ Top 10 ranking.

More amazing films of Filipinos that are being featured in the popular movie platform include Philippine heritage showcase films like the movie “The Old Guard” that features the Filipino martial arts Kali Arnis.

Bohol’s Sama Tribe freediving is also featured in the new Netflix docuseries, Home Game.

TELL US in the comments below, what is your favorite Filipino movie on NETFLIX?

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