Millet hired Jay, who pretended to be a gay, as as her pseudo-husband in order to avoid a fixed marriage which she totally opposes to. Together, Millet and Jay presented themselves as a newly-wed couple in Millet’s family in Paete, Laguna. In the long run, Jay and Millet started to really fall for each other. However, Millet learns about Jay’s faked sexual orientation and his initial intention why he took the offer which is to earn money to finance his dreams of flying away from the Philippines all the way to Japan. This is a tale of true love between two ambitious persons, which started out from chains of lies and deception. In the end the main characters will be given the chance to express their ulterior motives.
A florist has a married man for a boyfriend.
Three different kinds of love stories in one picture all of them top-billed by Sharon Cuneta. One is "I LOVE YOU MOOMOO" where she played the young bride who died while on her honeymoon. In the second "SILID" she was an interior decorator who decided to unravel the mystery of the forbidden room. While in the third episode "KARUGTONG NG KAHAPON" she was the wife torn between the abusive husband whom she loved and the former boyfriend who still cared for her.
A merciless hit man rescues a prostitute from a violent incident in a Philippine slum before the two take flight. Though Khavn, a standard-bearer of the digital age in the Philippines, has already established himself as a director of countless films, he is also an accomplished poet and musician. The bewildering visuals and punk-opera soundtrack expertly convey a world that extends far beyond the dialogue. As the story unfolds, a poetic sentiment wafts out of the chaos, signaling a collision of the director’s many talents.
Bold Sari enlists with Josh, a young man whom she barely met. They set from Metro Manila to Leyte to find the owner of a letter she found and see the fulfillment of its vow. They discover that the journey is just as relevant as their goal.
Corazon Rivera (Nora Aunor) is a factory worker in a textile company owned by Cynthia Ocampo's (Hilda Koronel) family. Her live-in partner and co-worker, Robert de Asis (Phillip Salvador), is an ambitious law student. One day, she finds herself pregnant and Robert is not pleased. As he worms his way into the good graces of his employer, Cynthia falls in love with him and also becomes pregnant. The two plan a church wedding but first, Robert must get rid of Azon.
The movie features varied forms of love: family love, sibling love, puppy love, unrequited love, ruined love, prospering love, in denial love, jaded love, and true love, among others. After all, what the world needs now is love.
Made pregnant by Ric, Estella was forced to marry his brain-damaged younger brother played by Val to save herself from the shame of having an illegitimate child. But what was intended as a marriage of convenience became a fulfilling relationship that eventually opened the eyes and hearts of everybody into the beautiful soul hidden inside the young man nobody wanted.
This drama offers a rare chance to compare the styles of two major Filipino filmmakers. Ishmael Bernal directs the first episode from a screenplay by Jorge Arago, about a chance encounter between a spirited ex-nun and a dispirited architect played by Nora Aunor and Christopher de Leon. Celso Ad. Castillo helms the second episode from his own screenplay, tells the story of another chance encounter this time between Solly (Alona Alegre) and Chris (Romeo Vasquez), two former lovers.
After a painful break-up, a couple goes to a clinic that offers the irreversible procedure of erasing an individual's memories. As they reminisce their time together, they are faced with the decision between deleting their memories or saving them.
Evangeline spends most of her time working late, editing TV commercials. Her work doesn’t leave her much time to spend with her boyfriend Joey or their son. In spite of having a family, she mostly keeps to herself, enjoying her independence. But when her priest brother Johnny is diagnosed with cancer, she’s suddenly called on to be a possible bone marrow donor. As her dysfunctional family starts to gather around the ailing Johnny, Evangeline is forced to come face to face with her failings.
A 12-act anthology film about the lives of several people whose love stories take tragic turns as they try to fill in the void in their respective lives.
A lonely man gets a second chance at love when he meets a woman during a visit to his wife's grave.
A couple wakes up and talks about a dream.
On the outside it looks like a marriage made in heaven. But inside the thick walls of what they call home theirs is a relationship waiting to crumble. They have been waiting a child for so long but the wife does not have the capacity to bear a child. And when her husband cannot take it any it any longer he decides to end his misery once and for all.
A Filipino drama film Lamberto V. Avellana.
When Mae finds out that her husband Spanky is having an affair, Mae confronts the other woman which results in tragedy.
When Mike's father died, it was a surprise to find out that not only did he leave a family in trouble, he also was having an affair with a former student. Knowing more about her is the surprise of falling for her.
Vivid Mario O'Hara film noir, about a young woman turned prostitute.
Task Force Sea Lion's seasoned crime fighter Lt. Mario Romero (Ramon "Bong" Revilla, Jr.) still grieves for the untimely demise of his fiancée Beth (Nanette Medved) when he is compelled to undertake the task of ensuring the safety of Dulce Lopez (Donna Cruz), a businessman's daughter whose life is imperiled by a business rival's avenging son Manny Diaz (Tirso Cruz III). While the asperity Mario and Dulce feel for each other makes the assignment doubly difficult for Mario, their being always in constant company teaches the two to accept and even appreciate one another. But just when their growing fondness begins to suggest the possibility of lifetime happiness, Manny and his team of miscreants barge in and threaten its fulfillment. Will Mario and Dulce live to say I do?