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iWant offers over 1,000 free movies

As Filipinos heed the call to stay at home, iWant offers its wide collection of more than 1,000 movies that they can binge-watch for free for a limited time – from chick flicks to laugh-out-loud comedies and family dramas.

The streaming platform’s treasure trove of romcom classics also include some Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz’s blockbuster hits.
After downloading the iWant app on iOs or Android, users can curb the boredom with  Vice Ganda’s  Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad,    Beauty and the Bestie,  Super Parental Guardians,  Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin,  Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, as well as  Ai-Ai delas Alas’  Tanging Ina series.

People who are in the mood for gut-punching drama can pick from  No Other Woman,  The Mistress,  One More Chance,  The Unmarried Wide,  One More Try, and  The Love Affair.

iWant’s treasure trove of romcom classics also include  Sarah Geronimo and  John Lloyd Cruz’s  A Very Special Love,  You Changed My Life, and  It Takes a Man and a Woman, and  Kathryn Bernardo and  Daniel Padilla’s  Barcelona,  Crazy Beautiful You,  She’s Dating the Gangster, and  Can’t Help Falling in Love.

Spend some quality time with the kids and parents with  Feng Shui, Unexpectedly Yours,  Seven Sundays, and  Four Sisters and a Wedding. Also included in iWant’s library are indie hits such as Heneral Luna, That Thing Called Tadhana, and  Kita Kita.

These are just some of the over 1,000 free titles users can stream on iWant, which has the biggest library of Filipino movies and TV shows in the country.

Users can also visit  iwant.ph  to watch these movies for free. For updates, like  www.facebook.com/iWant, and follow @iwant on Twitter and @iwantofficial on Instagram, and subscribe to  www.youtube.com/iWantPH.

Topics: iWant TV , Sarah Geronimo , John Lloyd Cruz , Kathryn Bernardo , Daniel Padilla
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