From birthdays and anniversaries to personal achievements like graduation or a promotion, there are many instances in life that call for a celebration. Out of all these memories, however, a wedding is the party that can make even the coldest of hearts emotional. The bride walking down the aisle and the groom’s reaction when she walks in. But the one moment that would get anyone reaching for the tissues is the vows.
You stand in front of your family, friends and God to profess your unconditional love towards your significant other. You promise a lifetime partnership. What could be more romantic than this moment? It is the happy ending that most people dream of and these Star Cinema movies are the top five tearjerkers when it comes to vows.
Gab and Dos
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love” started off with a drunken marriage. Gab (Bernardo) and Dos (Padilla) tried to get an annulment, but soon realized that what they needed was to have a real wedding.
Laida and Miggy
Wondering how someone’s status goes from a simply crush to seriously dating and then to just got married? Sarah Geronimo and John Llyod Cruz has all the answers in “It Takes a Man and a Woman.” The title alone is the secret of a successful relationship.
Bobbie and Tristan
You can expect that “Four Sisters and a Wedding” ends with, well, a wedding. But it definitely came as a surprise for its viewers to see who was actually tying the knot. And if there is one thing we learned from Bea Alonzo and Sam Milby, it does not matter what you wear as long as you are with the right person.
Rocky and Rocco
Kim Chiu and Xian Lim’s “Bride for Rent” is another flick that has wedding fever. It was initially just a business deal between two people who needed money. But if you think about it, a wedding is a kind of deal. So, all they had to do by the end was make the marriage legit, like their feelings for each other.
Basha and Popoy
This tandem is arguably the most iconic on-screen partners. So, for Bea’s Basha and John Llyod’s Popoy to finally tie the knot is truly satisfying. The best part is that they also showed what “through sickness and in health” really means in “A Second Chance.”