You can continue to enjoy binge-worthy entertainment this month as ABS-CBN showcases 15 movies for free, including flicks from Cinema One Originals and Star Cinema via YouTube Super Stream.
Until midnight of September 28, viewers can watch on Cinema One’s YouTube channel the Cinemalaya film “Ligo Na U, Lapit Na Me,” which sheds light on post-modern love and relationships through college students (Edgar Allan Guzman and Mercedes Cabral) who enter a casual sexual relationship. Thrill-seeking viewers can also stream “Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na,” which tells four interconnected tales set during the 70’s Martial Law era.
The Cinema One Originals documentary film “Forbidden Memory” about the never-been-heard-of story of the 1974 Malisbong massacre survivors will be streaming from September 23 to 28.
LGBTQ-themed stories are also showing until September 30, including Cinema One Originals films “Baka Bukas” and “Mamu; and a Mother Too,” as well as the critically-acclaimed Cinemalaya movie “Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros.”
Also streaming for free on Cinema One YouTube channel until the end of the month are “Happyland,” about a group of underprivileged Tondo boys who find hope through football, and 2018 Cinema One Originals Best Film “Paglisan,” an animated film starring Eula Valdez and Ian Veneracion that explores a married couple’s attempt to survive together in the midst of illnesses. There’s also “Tisay,” where a beautiful bookie (Nathalie Hart) recruits a promising player (JC De Vera) to the underworld of game-fixing in semi-pro basketball.
The Star Cinema YouTube channel, meanwhile, will stream until September 26 the iconic barkada comedy-drama film “Jologs,” starring Diether Ocampo, John Prats, Vhong Navarro, and Jodi Sta. Maria. Streaming for free too is “Agawan Base,” where Jolina Magdangal plays a documentarian whose agnosticism is tested when she films her subject, an impoverished child who believes in God.
Other free movies in the channel include horror film “Amorosa: The Revenge,” starring Angel Aquino, and “Padre de Pamilya,” which follows a man’s struggle to provide for his family and gets involved in a mayor’s devious deal. Star Cinema also offers two romances, “Once A Princess” starring Erich Gonzales and Enchong Dee, and “Bromance: My Brother’s Romance,” where a man pretends to be his gay brother in order to save his business.
Watch these films for a limited time only on Cinema One’s YouTube channel and Star Cinema’s YouTube channel. Check out the Cinema One YouTube Super Stream playlist here and the Star Cinema playlist here.
Aside from movies, viewers can also catch the free streaming of ABS-CBN shows, iWant originals, action-packed sports events, digital talk shows, and live performances of Star Music artists on the Philippines Super Stream, which may be accessed here.