Newly engaged Kapamilya actress, Anne Curtis, leads this month’s lovefest as Cinema One’s Choice Artist for February.
Watch the country’s sweetheart as the young, spoiled and insouciant Michelle alongside Aga Muhlach in “When Love Begins” on February 10.
Laugh your hearts out as Anne teams up with Ai Ai Delas Alas in in the hit comedy “Ang Cute ng Ina Mo” on February 17 and relive the iconic lines from her alluring and liberated character Kara in “No Other Woman” on February 24.
Aside from Anne, Angel Locsin also adds to the kiligfest as “Third Party” airs in Cinema One’s “Blockbuster Sundays” on February 25.
“The Third Party” tells the complicated relationship of Andi (Angel Locsin) with her ex Max (Sam Milby), and his present boyfriend Christian (Zanjoe Marudo). The film airing follows other blockbuster films such as ““That Thing Called Tanga Na” on February 12, and the Tagalized “Montage” on February 19 also airing on Sunday nights at 8PM.
Meanwhile, Tuesday nights get you crazy in love as Cinema One features romantic-comedy flicks “Status It’s Complicated” (February 7), “Love Is Blind” (February 14), “Always Be My Maybe” (February 21), and “I Love You to Death” (February 28).
From crazy love stories to “till death do us part” plots, Cinema One offers tear-jerking tales on Wednesday nights such as KC Concepcion and Sam Milby’s “Forever and a Day” (February 8), Richard Gomez and Dawn Zulueta’s “Hihintayin Kita sa Langit” (February 15), and Claudine Baretto, Jericho Rosales, and Diether Ocampo’s “Nasaan Ka Man” (February 22).
Cinema One’s Romance Central won’t get left behind the love month as it features movies with unforgettable love themes on Sundays at 6PM.
Relive the story of Mace (Angelica Panganiban) and Anthony (JM de Guzman), two strangers who embark on an ultimate road trip in Baguio and Sagada to forget about their heartaches in “That Thing Called Tadhana” on February 12, watch the love story between law student and hopeful musician Trixie David (Sarah Geronimo) and popular rock star Gino Avila (Piolo Pascual) in “The Breakup Playlist” on February 19; and experience the romance between Lino (Piolo Pascual) and Jenny (Claudine Barretto), two people who find sanctuary in each other while fighting the loneliness overseas in “Milan” on February 26.
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