October 15, 2019
Fans who missed viewing Viva’s top movies in theaters can heave a sigh of relief now that they can actually catch these blockbusters on streaming giant Netflix.
Viva has come to Netflix and brought along stars like Anne Curtis, James Reid, Nadine Lustre, Dingdong Dantes, Bela Padilla, Yassi Pressman and others.
Drama, comedy, hugot love stories and other memorable titles featuring these big names are now among the streaming delights available on Netflix.
These include the lyrical romance “This Time” starring James Reid and Nadine Lustre as childhood summer sweethearts now coping with strange new feelings and changes in their relationship; “Camp Sawi” where beauties Arci Muñoz, Bela Padilla, Yassi Pressman, Andi Eigenmann and Kim Molina have all been jilted by men and meet in a boot camp for the broken hearted run by Sam Milby; and “Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story,” which stars Dingdong Dantes whose success as a stockbroker in Japan has turned him into an insomniac, then hires Anne Curtis, a waitress to have someone to talk to and keep him company during his sleepless nights.
Also among the offerings are “Diary ng Panget,” the blockbuster film version of the Wattpad sensation first team-up of James Reid as the rich brat Cross and Nadine Lustre, as the ugly girl who becomes his beleaguered assistant; “100 Tula Para Kay Stella” with JC Santos as Fidel, a shy, lisping young man who has written 100 poems for his beautiful, rebellious best friend Stella, played by Bela Padilla; “Luck At First Sight,” starring Jericho Rosales as a gambler whose losses have put his family in danger of losing their home, who sets his sight on Diane, played by Bella Padilla, when advised by a fortune teller to find a lucky charm.
Other upcoming Viva releases on Netflix are “Mr. & Mrs. Cruz starring Ryza Cenon and JC Santos; “Meet Me In St. Gallen starring Carlo Aquino and Bella Padilla; “Bakit Lahat Ng Guwapo May Boyfriend” with Anne Curtis and Dennis Trillo; and “The Day After Valentines with Bella Padilla and JC Santos.
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