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Iconic lines from Pinoy movies that you can use in real life

There’s no denying the fact that Filipinos LOOOOOOVE movies. Whether it’s local or international, the big screen has a soft spot in our hearts.

A lot of Filipino movies are close to home. Local movies talk about many things, but the most common: love, friendship, and family among others.

Which is why it’s not really a surprise that a lot of us can relate to some iconic lines from our fave movies and (don’t deny it) used them in real life.

So, we’ve gathered iconic lines from Filipino films that you can blurt out in a real life situation.

 

When you’re watching a movie and end up crying halfway through.

“Hindi ko kailangan ng tissue. I don’t need tissue! Please stop judging me!”

– Angelica Panganiban (That Thing Called Tadhana)

 

When Jollibee runs out of thigh part for their Chicken Joy.

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

– Piolo Pascual (Starting over again)

 

When someone from your class/office is judgmental AF

“Close ba tayo? Ang sakit mo na magsalita ha!”

Angelica Panganiban ( That Thing Called Tadhana )

 

When you need a certain unreachable grade to pass your subject.

Walang himala! Ang himala ay nasa puso ng tao, nasa puso nating lahat! Tayo ang gumagawa ng himala, tayo ang gumagawa ng mga sumpa at ng mga Diyos, walang himala!

— Nora Aunor (Himala)

 

When your thesis mates refuse to get a move on and you’re 48 hours away from the deadline.

Kung walang kikilos, sinong kikilos? Kung di ngayon, kailan pa?

Vilma Santos (Sister Stella L)

 

When you’re doubting bae’s words/feelings

Mahal mo ba ako dahil kailangan mo ako? … Oh kailangan mo ako kaya mahal mo ako?

– Claudine Baretto (Milan)

 

When your friend’s jowa is on the verge of being snaked away

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

– Carmi Martin (No Other Woman)

 

When you have to confront your cheating jowa but ended up meeting the new bae instead.

Puwede ba’ng makausap ang asawa ko, na asawa mo, na asawa ng bayan?

— Laurice Guillen (Nagalit ang Buwan sa Haba ng Gabi)

 

When you’ve had enough of someone’s kalandian

Para kang karinderyang bukas sa sinumang gusto kumain!

— Vilma Santos (Palimos ng Pag-Ibig)

 

When you see your bessss with his/her group of besssss.

Totoo pala na ang ahas, sa lahat ng hayop, ay walang sinasamahan kundi kapwa ahas. Kaya pala magkakasama kayo rito ngayon.

– Fernando Poe Jr. (Umpisahan mo, Tatapusin ko)

 

When someone asks you if you’re ready to date, six months after a bad breakup.

Love should not be a heavy feeling; it should not make you suffer. Love should make you happy. It’s a smile in the heart, it makes you come alive, love makes you want to fly, and you know…

Sharon Cuneta (P.S I Love You)

 

When it’s finally time to define the relationship between you and your ka- MU

“Pinagtatawanan nila kong lahat kasi hindi naman daw naging tayo pero bakit parang nabaliw ako. Kasi lahat ng parte ng katawan ko masakit, malungkot. Lahat ng parte ng katawan ko ikaw ang hinahanap.”

– Sarah Geronimo (Maybe This Time)

 

When you just want your bestie to stop falling in love with the wrong person

Kung may ranggo ang mga tanga, heneral ka.

— Robin Padilla (Walang Awa kung Pumatay)

When someone thinks that you have feelings but in reality, he/she’s just another friend to you.

Marty: “Mahal mo ba ako?”

Lance: “I never got there.”

Paano Kita Iibigin

 

When you say you’ve moved on from your ex pero hindi pa talaga.

Gusto kong sabihin na okay lang ang lahat, e. Na hindi ako nasaktan. Kaso magsisinungaling ako sa sarili ko kasi ang sakit-sakit.”

– Nadine Lustre  (Para sa Hopeless Romantic)

 

When you try to convince yourself that love is really not an open door.  

“Love? Lilimitahan ka lang niyan. Ang dami-daming magagaw kung hindi ka lilimitahan sa love na ‘yan. Higit sa lahat, paiiyakin ka lang niyan.”

– Angel Locsin (Unofficially Yours)

 

Ilabas na ang mga acting skills n’yo, bes!

 

 

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