10 New Titles on HOOQ You Should Stream Before The Month Ends
Now that these memorable shows and movies are available, there’s no reason for you to miss them!
Find it near impossible to keep track of what’s new, on its way out and still up on your favorite streaming platforms? Here, we do the filtering for you with a selection of highly acclaimed hits and crowd favorites you can now watch and re-watch to your heart’s content in the comfort of your home, office or during that long commute.
HOOQ is in the spotlight for this roundup; it’s the one place you can get thousands of international titles as well as local productions. ABS-CBN, GMA, Regal and Viva: they’re all here for your viewing pleasure.
Ready to get your fill on entertainment before February ends? Keep scrolling for the recently added titles on HOOQ you should definitely stream today!
The thriller guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.
A retelling of one of the great escapes during the Iran hostage crisis, Argo is the chilling story of six Americans working at the U.S. embassy who manage to escape as Iranian militants storm the building. They seek refuge and hide away at the Canadian ambassador’s home but soon find they don’t know who to trust, have nowhere else to go and don’t have much time: There’s now a manhunt for the six Americans. Pressed for time and almost out of options, CIA calls on Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck) to rescue the American nationals. The unconventional and very risky escape plan? Pretend to scout for film locations in Tehran for a fake sci-fi film and get the Americans out in the process.
Watch Argo, the 2013 Academy Award Winner for Best Picture and Golden Globe Winner for Best Motion Picture (Drama) anytime, anywhere with HOOQ and click here to get streaming!
Free Willy (1993)
Your chance to revisit one of the best family fun/animal movies of the ‘90s.
12-year-old orphan Jesse (Jason James Richter) isn’t here to make his assignment to a new foster family easy. He, instead, wants to rebel and decides to vandalize the local adventure park. Little does Jesse know: being caught spraying graffiti and having to work at the park as punishment would be the event that changes his life forever. At the aquarium, he meets Willy, an orca recently separated from his family by captors, and realizes they are a lot alike: they both long for family but feel cut off from the world. The two form a bond that turns into a wonderful friendship. Free Willy is the classic family film that never fail to warm the heart. Throw it back to the ‘90s and stream the movie on HOOQ.
Love, Rosie (2014)
If you have an affinity for heart-wrenching “shoulda, woulda, coulda,” “if only” and “almost is never enough” films.
Two long-time best friends Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claflin) are at a crossroads in each of their lives. Their friendship, marked by the two dancing around almost’s, what if’s and potentially romantic feelings for one another, is put to the test when Alex’s family moves to the United States. Time, distance, other people and life itself eventually pull Rosie and Alex further apart in what is a charming story that tackles so-called platonic relationships between men and women. Feel like watching Love, Rosie now? Click here!
The Last Five Years (2015)
On romantic commitments and the reality of (some) relationships.
Writer and director Richard LaGravenese (who brought audiences P.S. I Love You, Water for Elephants and Freedom Writers) has this to ask: can love as a byproduct of infidelity truly be called love? This is the notion the comedy/drama/musical ride that is The Last Five Years confronts and deconstructs. Stream now, watch later or add The Last Five Years to your favorites here.
Mater Dolorosa (2012)
Here’s to looking at you, Pilipinas.
“Lourdes Lagrimas is the godmother of all illegal activities in a small district. She runs the business—carnapping, illegal gambling and drugs with her children. But the City Mayor launches an anti-vice campaign putting the Lagrimas in peril. Lourdes trying to put the family together amidst an avalanche of events that will test her demeanor as a mother and as a criminal.” Click on to stream the Cinema One Original!
The One That Got Away (2018)
How about a light-hearted TV show and a good laugh?
“What if three beautiful, independent women who have the same ex-boyfriend meet and they all happen to still be in love with him? Can they set their personal differences aside and fight for love fairly or is this a case of every woman for herself?” Catch the entire first season of GMA's new comedy TV series starring Rhian Ramos, Lovi Poe and Max Collins here!
The 33 (2015)
The power of perseverance.
Of hope, heart and survival: The 33 is a biographical film telling the story of the 33 miners who were trapped underground as a copper and gold mine collapsed in Chile in 2010. With unbearable conditions, a total of 69 days, not enough food and water to get through a week, how did these 33 men fight to stay alive—and stay sane? Watch the film starring Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro and Juliette Binoche on HOOQ.
That Thing Called Tadhana (2014)
Not your ordinary Pinoy rom-com.
“While struggling to meet strict airline baggage requirements at an airport, a woman meets a man who comes to her aid. Both burned by love, they become friends and travel to a secluded town where they attempt to mend their broken hearts.” Add That Thing Called Tadhana to your HOOQ favorites, save it for later or stream it right now.
Safe Haven (2013)
Something for Nicholas Sparks fans.
“A young woman with a mysterious past lands in Southport, North Carolina, where her bond with a widower forces her to confront the dark secret that haunts her.” Click on to watch the romantic film starring Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel and Cobie Smulders.
Baka Siguro Yata (2015)
The antidote to boring, slapstick mainstream rom-coms in the country.
“Baka Siguro Yata is a comedy drama that reflects on how three different generations understand and perceive the idea of love. The story anchors on the life of an unambitious graphic designer named Carlo and all those connected to him.” Don’t miss this Cinema One Original and stream the movie here!
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