MANILA - Several acclaimed blockbuster Filipino movies will soon be available on Netflix, the streaming platform announced.
Jerrold Tarog's historical biopic "Heneral Luna" starts streaming on November 1, Erik Matti's action film "Buy Bust" on November 15, and Sigrid Andrea Bernardo's romantic-comedy flick "Kita Kita" on November 16.
Several other local favorites will be coming "soon," Netflix said in a statement.
These include the Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil's "My Ex &Whys," John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo's "It Takes A Man And A Woman," Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga's "Starting Over Again," and Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman's "That Thing Called Tadhana."
Family drama "Seven Sundays" and romance pictures "The Breakup Playlist," "The Mistress," "Vince & Kath & James" will also be made available along with comedies such as Vice Ganda-starrer "Beauty and the Bestie" and "Praybeyt Benjamin."
Mikhail Red's "Birdshot," which participated in previous iterations of Cinemalaya and Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino, was the first Filipino film to be streamed on the international platform.