Sarah… Ang Munting Prinsesa (1995)

"Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa" is a 1995 Filipino family-drama film adapted from the 1985 Nippon Animation anime, Princess Sarah, which in turn was based on the children's novel A Little Princess by British playwright and author Frances Hodgson Burnett. The film was directed by Romy Suzara and starred Camille Prats as Sarah Crewe, Angelica Panganiban as Becky, and Jean Garcia as Ms. Minchin. (source: Wikipedia) Sarah Geronimo played as one of Sarah's classmates in the film.

Filipinas (2003)

"Filipinas" is a film directed by Joel Lamangan which was released in 2003 during the Metro Manila Film Festival. Florencia (Armida Siguion-Reyna), the matriarch of the Filipinas family, is in poor health, and Yolanda (Maricel Soriano), the eldest of the Filipinas children, finds herself in the unenviable position of keeping her bickering family from disintegration. As the tension rises, Yolanda seeks refuge in a local church. She is critically injured trying to break up a nasty fight between brothers Emman (Victor Neri) and Samuel (Richard Gomez), forcing her family to make a life-changing decision. (source: IMdb) Sarah Geronimo played the role of Kathleen, one of Samuel's children.


Captain Barbell (2003)

“Captain Barbell” is a fictional Filipino comics superhero, similar to, the American Superman, Captain Marvel or Shazam, and Thor created by writer, Mars Ravelo and artist Jim Fernandez. He first appeared in Pinoy Komiks #5 (May 23, 1963). (source: Wikipedia) In the 2003 version of the film, Captain Barbell in his normal human form is played by Ogie Alcasid, a janitor in a school and is inlove with a teacher portrayed by Regine Velasquez. Sarah Geronimo played Mara, Ogie's little sister.

Annie B. (2004)

"Annie B." is a film released in 2004. It is about the active and lively teenager named Annie (Jolina Magdangal). Fernando (Dingdong Dantes) owns an ad agency. Annie halts Fernando's wedding mistaking him as her sister's boyfriend. The two meet again when Annie auditions for a TV commercial. Despite their start, the two get to know each other. (source: IMdb) Sarah Geronimo was part of the supporting cast and portrayed Patty.

Lastikman: Ang Unang Banat (2004)

"Lastikman: Ang Unang Banat" is a Philippine superhero film released on December 25, 2004 under VIVA Films, starring Mark Bautista and Sarah Geronimo. Adrian (Mark Bautista) is just an ordinary boy who lacks skills and talents. He likes his friend Lara (Sarah Geronimo), but is often bullied by his classmates and kids in the neighborhood. Despite being a weakling, Adrian possesses a pure and brave heart when he tries to fight illegal loggers who cut trees on their barrio. Unfortunately, he is beaten by the loggers and left almost half dead. But Because of his pure personality, the enchanted rubber tree that he saves heals him and grants him powers that transform him into a super hero named Lastikman. (source: Wikipedia)


A Very Special Love (2008)

“A Very Special Love” is a 2008 Filipino comedy romance film produced by Star Cinema and Viva Films, starring John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo. This movie was directed by Cathy Garcia Molina. Laida Magtalas is a modern-day Belle. "Miggy" is the youngest member of the Montenegro clan – a well-established family in the business. She applies as an Editorial Assistant at Miggy's newly launched men’s magazine, "Bachelor". Laida revels working in such close proximity with the man of her dreams. (source: Wikipedia)

You Changed My Life (2009)

“You Changed My Life” is a 2009 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and starring John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo. It is the sequel to the 2008 film A Very Special Love. It has been six months since Laida Magtalas and Miggy Montenegro became a couple. Laida was promoted from executive assistant to accounts executive, while Miggy has been doing well as he is being mentored by his older brother Art Montenegro. Laida gets an offer from her aunt to work in Canada where she is being given a good recommendation. Miggy's father vouches for his promotion as general manager of the family's industrial laundry business in Laguna but this also prompts a few hesitations from Art. The promotion proves difficult for the couple's relationship as a result of time constraints and the relationship suffers from the pressures of being apart. Their relationship becomes even more troubled with the introduction of Macoy. Macoy is Laida's long time friend whom she broke up with after he did not keep his promise of them going together to the same college. Their situation turns worse when Miggy has to fix a few issues in the plant when he accepted orders from his brother Art's ex-girlfriend, Christina. His company's demand volume is too much for their man-power thus making some workers unhappy which leads to a labor strike. His father steps in and helps resolve the issue but Miggy has to set expectations to the clients affected by the strike. Those business meetings which preceded prompts Miggy to almost miss a wedding that Laida and he would go to. He arrives too late for the wedding and sees Laida crying with Macoy beside her. After Miggy and Laida have a heated argument, both of them decide to separate for a period of time. The industrial laundry business soon is working in optimum efficiency which makes his brother trust him more, to the point of having him take over the family telecom stake in China. In the Montenegro group of companies annual general meeting, Laida sees Miggy for the first time after the argument, with Laida simply saying "Good morning, Sir", then leaving the venue right away. At the actual meeting, Miggy is announced as the officer in charge of the telecoms business. Macoy talks sense to Laida to go back and pursue Miggy. She meets Miggy in the garden where she says she still loves him. Miggy suggests that it will be a more challenging time for them, but he also says he loves her. Afterwards, the two share a kiss with each other. (source: Wikipedia)

Hating Kapatid (2010)

“Hating Kapatid” is a 2010 Filipino comedy-drama film produced and released by Viva Films. The film is about two sisters, Rica (Judy Ann Santos) and Cecil (Sarah Geronimo), and how the return of their Overseas Filipino Worker parents change their sibling relationship. (source: Wikipedia) Rica (Judy Ann Santos) has been very protective of her sister Cecil (Sarah Geronimo), even giving up her one true love Bong (JC de Vera) for her sister's future after a freak accident 8 years ago at their little fireworks store. Their parents are working abroad and they grew up with their grandmother (Gina Pareño). They were both grown-ups when their parents (Tonton Gutierrez and Cherry Pie Picache) come back home after so many years. Rica feared that her younger sister, Cecil, will no longer need her to look after her. Cecil also later on meets and later falls in love with Edzel (Luis Manzano).

Catch Me… I’m in love (2011)

"Catch Me... I'm in Love" is a 2011 Filipino romantic film starring Sarah Geronimo and Gerald Anderson. It was released on March 23, 2011. This was the first team-up of Anderson and Geronimo on the silver screen. Roanne Sanchez, a young girl with high ideals about romance is assigned to accompany the spoiled son of the president, Eric Rodriguez (Gerald Anderson) as he goes on an immersion trip. Coming from different worlds, the two find much to fight about, but sudden attraction between then soon gets the better of them.

Won’t Last a Day Without You (2011)

Won't Last A Day Without You is a 2011 Filipino romantic comedy film starring Sarah Geronimo and Gerald Anderson with a special participation of Joey de Leon. The film was produced and released by Star Cinema and Viva Films and directed by Raz dela Torre. It was released on November 30, 2011 in the Philippines. Awarded radio personality George Harrison Apostol, known as DJ Heidee to her listeners (Sarah Geronimo), provides love advice to people who are having problems in their relationships. DJ Heidee receives a call from a girl named Melissa (Megan Young) who is asking advice on how to break up with her boyfriend Andrew (Gerald Anderson). Unfortunately, Andrew is listening to the same program and hears Heidee telling Melissa how they should break up. Andrew blames Heidee for what happened and even threatens to sue her for giving that particular advice. In order to prevent a legal battle, and to ease her conscience, Heidee decides to help Andrew win Melissa back. In the process of getting the two together, Andrew and Heidee begin to feel an attraction toward each other. Will they be able to overcome their past and become lovers instead?

It Takes a Man and a Woman (2013)

It Takes a Man and a Woman is a 2013 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and written by Carmi Raymundo. It is a sequel to two earlier films A Very Special Love (2008) and You Changed My Life (2009). John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo reprise their roles as Miggy Montenegro and Laida Magtalas respectively. The film is set two years after their break-up which occurred in a depicted flashback scene following events (not shown) in the preceding film. The film follows the life of Miggy (John Lloyd Cruz) and Laida (Sarah Geronimo) after their break-up which occurred after the events in the second film. Miggy is now in a relationship with Belle (Isabelle Daza), while Laida is now a fiercer woman after living in the United States. They try to co-exist in the same company, while Laida tries to oppose Miggy's business decisions through a series of events which made them realize the real definition of true love. (source: Wikipedia)

Maybe This Time (2014)

Maybe This Time is a 2014 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Jerry Lopez Sineneng starring Sarah Geronimo and Coco Martin. Steph Asuncion (Sarah Geronimo) and Tonio Bugayong (Coco Martin) were once in love. Back then, she was a young girl who wanted a simple life and he was older, more ambitious than she was. Tonio was a small town guy who wants to board a ship to provide for his family’s furniture business. Steph was a Manila girl who spends the summer in the province for community service. What might have been a sweet relationship ended sourly when Tonio left without saying goodbye. Steph was heartbroken and it taught her to dream bigger to be worthy of love. Will their paths cross again? Will they overcome the pains of the past to give love a second chance? This is a story between two people who will be reminded about the importance of being true to one’s self in order for true love to happen. (source: Star Cinema)

The Breakup Playlist (2015)

The Breakup Playlist is a 2015 Filipino musical romantic drama film starring Piolo Pascual and Sarah Geronimo. It is written by Antonette Jadaone and directed by Dan Villegas. It was released on July 1, 2015 by Star Cinema and Viva Films. Starting from the present time and moves back in the past, the movie tells the story of an aspiring professional singer and a rock singer who collaborates in a song. As they work on their song, they start to develop feelings for each other. But soon, different challenges like their families and their pride will get in-between them. Can they have a happy ending after all this? (source: Wikipedia)

Finally Found Someone (2017)

Finally Found Someone is a 2017 Filipino romantic comedy film starring Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz. The film is directed by Theodore Boborol. It is under the production of Star Cinema and Viva Films. The film was slated to be released in cinemas nationwide on July 26, 2017. The film marks the reunion of Sarah and John Lloyd after their three successful movies together: A Very Special Love (2008), You Changed My Life (2009) and It Takes a Man and a Woman (2013). Aprilyn (Sarah Geronimo) who is left by her groom on the day of their wedding, becomes viral online. Devastated, she meets Raffy (John Lloyd Cruz) who works at a PR agency hired by the father of the groom who will help her move on. Then in the end, they realize that they love each other. (source: Wikipedia)

Miss Granny (2018)

Miss Granny is a dramedy film which is an adaptation to a famous South Korean blockbuster hit with the same title. The lead roles were played by Sarah Geronimo, Nova Villa, James Reid, and Xian Lim. It tells the story of a 70-year old widow (Nova Villa) who gets stuck in the body of her 20-year old self (Sarah Geronimo) after she had her picture taken in a mysterious photo booth. She then sees it as an opportunity to live her life once again and fulfill her dream of becoming a singer.