I'm Drunk, I Love You Is Coming to Complete the #Hugot Films on Netflix

Time for a marathon. And a drinking game, most likely!

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PHOTO BY TBA Studios / I'm Drunk, I Love You

(SPOT.ph) Finally! Netflix has completed all infinity stones—we mean, top-tier Pinoy hugot movies. TBA Studios announced that the 2017 hit I'm Drunk, I Love You is coming to the streaming service on September 15! Starring Maja Salvador as Carson—a college student hopelessly in love with her BFF Dio (Paulo Avelino) for seven years and counting—this movie will round out the feels-filled selection of Filipino romantic movies on Netflix. Yup, prep your hearts for one heck of a movie marathon.

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I'm Drunk, I Love You Completes the Netflix Pinoy #Hugot Movie Collection

In case you need a refresher, the movie follows Dio and Carson as they go on a last-minute trip to La Union days before they graduate from college—and presumably, part ways. It hit all the right notes: unrequited love, a spur-of-the-moment road trip, longing gazes, #hugot dialogue, and lots and lots of beer.


This 2017 flick is one of several quality romantic comedy dramas that dropped in the 2010s, marked by an overarching sense of well, hugot. We can arguably trace it all back to the mother of all hugot movies, That Thing Called Tadhana. That scene of Mace (Angelica Panganiban) crying while watching One More Chance on the plane was both an ode to a classic and a marker that we were entering a new chapter of Pinoy romance movies.

Once September 15 hits, you can watch practically all the excellent feels-filled Pinoy romances on Netflix! That Thing Called Tadhana is right at the top of the list, of course. Check them out below:

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That Thing Called Tadhana (2014)

Follow Mace (Panganiban) and Anthony (JM de Guzman) as they fly from Rome to Manila, and end up in Baguio and Sagada, trying to figure destiny out.

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Jane (Bela Padilla) was a child star and is now on a path of self-destruction—enter Francis (JC Santos), a bandman who wants to try and help her out.

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The Hows of Us (2018)

Primo (Daniel Padilla) and George (Kathryn Bernardo) are a young couple who are 100% sure they're meant to grow old together—until their own life goals begin to tear them apart.

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Christine (Liza Soberano) and Raf (Enrique Gil) are college sweethearts who broke up and moved on with their lives. Then they meet again five years later. 


Hello, Love, Goodbye (2019)

Joy Fabregas (Bernardo) is a struggling overseas Filipino worker who meets Pinoy bartender Ethan Del Rosario (Alden Richards) while working in Hong Kong. Sparks fly but reality soon gets in the way.

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