Netflix now streams Viva Films worldwide. The streaming giant now has top notch titles under the Viva banner. Among those available are drama, comedy, and hugot love stories starring Anne Curtis, James Reid, Nadine Lustre, Bela Padilla, Yassi Pressman and Dingdong Dantes.
Laugh and cry while watching “This Time,” “Camp Sawi,” “Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story,” “Diary ng Panget,” “100 Tula Para Kay Stella,” among others.
“This Time” stars James Reid and Nadine Lustre as childhood summer sweethearts now coping with strange new feelings and changes in their relationship.
“Camp Sawi” has beauties Arci Munoz, Bela Padilla, Yassi Pressman, Andi Eigenmann and Kim Molina have all been jilted by men. They meet in a boot camp for the broken hearted ran by Sam Milby.
“Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story” stars Dingdong Dantes whose success as a stockbroker in Japan has turned him into an insomniac. He hires Anne Curtis, a waitress to have someone to talk to and keep him company during his sleepless nights.
Relive the early days of the “Jadine” phenomenon with the film version of the Watt Pad sensation, “Diary ng Panget,” the blockbuster 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” has 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. He plans to give her the poems on their graduation and hopes she will finally reciprocate his feelings after she reads them.
“Luck at First Sight” stars Jericho Rosales as a gambler whose losses have put his family in danger of losing their home. Advised by a fortune teller to find a lucky charm, he sets his sight on Diane, played by Bella Padilla, who is also in dire need of funds for her sick father.
Also on Netflix are “Mr. & Mrs. Cruz” starring Ryza Cenon and JC Santos; “Meet Me in St. Gallen” starring Carlo Aquino and Bela Padilla; “Bakit Lahat ng Guwapo May Boyfriend” with Anne Curtis and Dennis Trillo; and “The Day After Valentine’s” with Bela Padilla and JC Santos.