There are so many movies and TV shows on Netflix now that it can be quite intimidating to go through them all and try to figure out what to watch next. If you’d like to check out what the rest of the Philippines has been watching, here are the top 10 most popular movies and TV shows on the streaming app from July 2020:
Top 10 Movies on Netflix in the Philippines (July 2020)
10. Bad Boys for Life
Detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett are back! They join the Miami Police Department’s special team AMMO to bring down the ruthless Armando, who is on a mission to kill Mike at his mother Isabel’s orders.
9. The Maid
An emotionally troubled teenager gets into a passionate relationship with the older French woman working in his father’s house.
8. The Kissing Booth 2
After a romantic summer together, Noah is off to Harvard, and Elle heads back to high school for her senior year.
7. Pamilya Ordinaryo
‘Pamilya Ordinaryo’ is a family portrait of 16-year-old Jane and her boyfriend Aries, who live on their own in the chaotic streets of Manila. Surviving as pickpockets, the lives of the young couple change when they suddenly become teenage parents.
6. Train to Busan
A father and his daughter are on a train to Busan to see his wife. The journey turns into a nightmare when they are trapped amidst a zombie outbreak in South Korea.
5. On Vodka, Beers, and Regrets
This story revolves around an alcoholic 20-something who keeps self-sabotaging and a guy who makes a valiant effort to help her.
4. 365 Days
Massimo is a member of the Sicilian Mafia family and Laura is a sales director. She does not expect that on a trip to Sicily, Massimo will kidnap her and give her 365 days to fall in love with him.
3. Through Night and Day
The film revolves around an engaged couple whose relationship is tested while on a prenup trip to Iceland.
2. The Old Guard
A group of mercenaries, all centuries-old immortals with the ability to heal themselves, discover someone is onto their secret, and they must fight to protect their freedom.
1. Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap
Set in the imaginary Barangay Husay, Eman teams up with his two friends, Toto and Carlo, who start as the underdogs, failing at every opportunity to succeed in their small-time scams. They then meet Nicoy who becomes part of Eman’s group breaking the tradition of having only three members per gang.
Top 10 TV Shows on Netflix in the Philippines (July 2020)
10. Squishy! Black Clover
Asta and Yuno are orphans raised in the outskirts of the Clover Kingdom. In a world where people are born with magic, Asta was born without any. In contrast, Yuno was born a prodigy with above average magic power and the talent to control it.
9. Unsolved Mysteries
‘Unsolved Mysteries’ combines dramatic re-enactments, interviews, and updates to tell stories of real mysteries – from human to the supernatural.
8. Yu Yu Hakusho
The series tells the story of Yusuke Urameshi, a teenage delinquent who is struck and killed by a car while attempting to save a child’s life.
Hinata Shouyou, a short middle school student, gains a sudden love of volleyball after watching a national championship match on TV. Determined to become like the championship’s star player, a short boy nicknamed “the small giant”, Shouyou, joins his school’s volleyball club.
6. Dark Desire
Married Alma spends a fateful weekend away from home that ignites passion, ends in tragedy, and leads her to question the truth about those close to her.
In this fresh take on the Arthurian legend, teenager Nimue joins forces with mercenary Arthur on a quest to find Merlin and deliver an ancient sword.
4. The King: Eternal Monarch
Lee Gon, a modern-day Emperor of the Kingdom of Corea, attempts to cross the barrier into an alternate reality where the Republic of Korea exists in the Kingdom’s stead.
3. Warrior Nun
‘Warrior Nun’ revolves around the story of a 19-year-old woman who wakes up in a morgue with a new lease on life and a divine artifact embedded in her back.
2. Girl from Nowhere
‘Girl from Nowhere’ revolves around Nanno, a girl who transfers to different schools and has the ability and will to expose everyone’s different stories of hypocrisy.
1. It’s Okay to Not be Okay
‘It’s Okay to Not be Okay’ tells the story of Moon Gang-tae, a community health worker at a psychiatric ward who doesn’t have time for love, and Ko Moon-young, a successful children’s book author who suffers from antisocial personality disorder and has never known love.
How many of these have you watched? 🙂
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