We all have those lazy days when we just want to sit back, relax, and mindlessly enjoy a good 'ol romantic-comedy to make us laugh and feel buterflies all at the same time. If you've got an iFlix account, then you're in luck because the streaming site has just what you need for a relatable local movie romp galore! The best part? You can all watch them for free!
Below, check out eight critically acclaimed rom-com flicks you'll want to binge-watch on iFlix right now!
1. Always Be My Maybe
2. The Achy Breaky Hearts
Take your mom (to the living room) on that stay-at-home movie date you've been planning and watch the iconic team up between Jodi Sta. Maria, Richard Yap, and Ian Veneracion for The Achy Breaky Hearts.
3. Just the 3 of Us
Filipinos just love their "opposites attract" love stories. Take Just the 3 of Us starring John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo, where a pilot and a ground crew member's one-night stand turns into an unwilling partnership when Sarah's character finds out she's pregnant with what she assumes as JLC's character's child.
4. Everything About Her
Equal parts comedy, romance, and drama, Everything About Her is a full emotional rollercoaster experience. Lead by Vilma Santos, Xian Lim, and Angel Locsin, the film revolves around a nurse who ends up becoming the catalyst to a reconciliation between her overbearing patient and the sick woman's estranged son.
5. My Ex and Whys
A former playboy proves he's changed and tries to win his ex back when their paths cross once again. After having made P410 million in the box-office, My Ex and Whys is currently the highest-grossing film to star Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano's loveteam.
6. Camp Sawi
This one's for the broken-hearted! There's nothing more relatable than the five girls in Camp Sawi as they deal with their individual heartbreaks, all the while helping each other to recover from theirs.
7. Kung Ako Na Lang Sana
Take your rom-com binge back to the classics with industry veterans Sharon Cuneta and Aga Muhlach's 2003 hit film Kung Ako Na Lang Sana.
8. Vince and Kath and James
Heralding the digital age of Filipino rom-coms is Vince and Kath and James. An official entry for the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival, the film starred Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia, and Ronnie Alonte, and had effectively launched the rest of their currently thriving careers.