Movies have always been one of the things that Filipino people cling to for entertainment. Apart from its entertainment value is its ability to make people relate to its plot and characters. 

There is a reason why certain movies stick with us even after they’re released. More than the actors or the story, it’s the humorous, serious, and most of all painful lines, or most popular as hugot-lines, that really speaks to us.

Who wouldn’t forget Popoy’s “She loved me at my worst. You had me at my best,” in One More Chance, and Bobbie’s “Pero bakit parang galit ka? Pero bakit kasalanan ko?” in Four Sisters and a Wedding?

So, we’re bringing back some of the most iconic Filipino movie lines that will make you feel its ~FEELS~ all over again!

“Matalino akong tao e. Pero pag dating sayo, ewan ko, natatanga ako.”

-George, The How’s of Us (2019)


Directed by Cathy Garcia Molina, “The How’s of Us” is the story of couple Primo (Daniel Padilla) and George (Kathryn Bernardo) who are in a long-term relationship and are already planning for their future together. As they go on this journey, they del with the struggles of being in a relationship.

“Kung minahal niya ako, hindi sana siya nag hanap ng iba. Talo ang ‘Ako ang pinakasalan’ sa ‘Ako ang minahal’.”

-Iyay, Patay Na Si Hesus (2017)


Patay Na Si Hesus is a dark comedy film directed by Victor Villanueva, starring Jaclyn Jose. When Iyay (Jaclyn Jose), finds out that her husband, who left her for another woman, has died, she drags her children on a road trip from Cebu to Dumaguete to attend his funeral.

“I deserve an explanation. I deserve an acceptable reason!”

-Marco, Starting Over Again (2014)


Starting Over Again is a rom-com film directed by Olivia Lamasan, starring Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga.  In the film, Architecture student Ginny and history professor Marco fall in love and eventually break up. Years later, the two meet again for a joint project.

“Wala namang magbibilang kung ilang beses kang nagpaka tanga diba?”

-Tere, English Only Please (2014)


Julian Parker (Derek Ramsay) hires English tutor Tere Madlansacay (Jennelyn Mercado) to help him with his angry letter to his ex-girlfriend Megan.

“Ang mundo ay isang malaking Quiapo. Maraming snatcher, maaagawan ka. Lumaban ka!”

-Babygirl Dela Costa, No Other Woman (2011)


No Other Woman is a romantic drama film about Ram (Derek Ramsay) and his wife Charmaine (Cristine Reyes).  One day, Ram works with Kara (Anne Curtis) for a project and eventually enter to an affair with her.

“May mga maswerteng tao na nahanap na yung taong para sa kanila. May mga taong patuloy na naghahanap at may iba na sumuko na. Pero yung pinaka masaklap, e yung na sayo na pinakawalan mo pa.”

-Apollo, My Amnesia Girl (2010)


When Glen Apollo (John Lloyd Cruz) finds himself surrounded by friends who are beginning to settle down, he is faced with the possibility of finding his true love, Irene. But it will be hard for him to make up for his mistakes after their breakup because Irene is suffering from amnesia.

“Oo inaamin ko saging lang kami. Pero mag hanap ka ng puno sa buong Pilipinas, saging lang ang may puso! Saging lang ang may puso!”

-Daniel Giron, Apoy sa Dib-dib ng Samar (2006)


Daniel Giron (Mark Lapid) is an honest cop who returns to the province to help his father fight illegal logging. But he finds one of the most infamous and unethical illegal loggers in his city, Don Valderos, who happens to be Catherine’s (Cristine Reyes) father, a woman he once loved.

“Mahal mo ba ako dahil kailangan mo ko? O kailangan mo ko kaya mahal mo ko?”

-Jenny, Milan (2004)


“Oh yes, kaibigan moa ko. Kaibigan mo lang ako. And I’m so stupid to make the biggest mistake of falling in love with my best friend.”

-Bujoy, Labs Kita Okey Ka Lang? (1998)


Bujoy (Jolina Magdangal) and Ned (Marvin Agustin) have been bestfriends since childhood. Throughout their friendship, Bujoy fell in love with Ned, who starts dating her friend, Mary Ann.

“Para kang karinderyang bukas sa lahat ng gustong kumain.”

-Fina, Palimos ng Pag-ibig (1985)


Fina (Vilma Santos) and Rodel (Edu Manzano) are a lofty, apparently happily married couple. They do not have a child because of Fina’s inability to bear one. They eventually get the help of a surrogate Ditas (Dina Bonnevie) who’s very much younger than them and Rodel falls inlove with her.

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