Si Bea Alonzo ang tinaguriang New Generation Movie Queen dahil na rin sa mga pelikula niyang pinag-usapan at tumabo nang husto sa takilya.
Sa tagal niya sa ABS-CBN, isa siya sa iniingatang prized talents ng Kapamilya network.
Kapag sinabing Star Cinema, tiyak na maaalala mo ang mga karakter niyang si “Basha” sa One More Chance at si “Bobbie” sa Four Sisters and a Wedding.
Sa kaniya rin ipinagkatiwala ng ABS-CBN ang iconic role na “Betty” sa Pinoy version ng phenomenal na Betty La Fea/Ugly Betty.
Tunay ngang marami nang nakakabit na tagumpay sa kaniyang pangalan, kaya naman ay hanggang ngayon ay pinag-aagawan pa rin siya ng mga TV networks.
Narito ang mga pelikula ni Bea Alonzo at kung magkano ang kinita ng mga ito sa box office:
Synopsis: Mariel and Deena have been best friends since college. Their relationship is challenged as family obligations and a tragedy force them to re-evaluate the meaning of loyalty. Will this friendship survive the ultimate test of love?
Box Office: P6.94 million (USD $138,777)
First Love (2018)
Synopsis: Nick meets the impulsive photographer Ali, who believes in destiny and carpe diem despite living with a congenital heart disease. Ali then challenges Nick to seize every moment of his life before it’s too late.
Box Office: P3.8 million (USD $70,765)
Synopsis: When a student’s suicide rattles an all-girls Catholic school, a clairvoyant guidance counselor leans on a ghost to uncover the convent’s abusive past.
Box Office: No data from Box Office Mojo
Synopsis: Lia Marquez (Bea Alonzo) is a simple lass who is set to marry Cebu’s most eligible bachelor Philip Cordero (Paulo Avelino), who is currently running to clinch the mayoral position after his father’s term ends. However, things get complicated when Lia’s ex-boyfriend Wado dela Costa (Derek Ramsay) returns to work for them in a project that will help Philip win the elections. Inevitably, feelings resurface and doubts arise. As we get closer to the wedding day, Lia becomes unsure if she is choosing the right man to marry, torn between the man from her past and the man she’s building a future with.
Box Office: P7.09 million (USD $136,012)
How to Be Yours
Synopsis: Two people driven by their professional ambitions fall in love and are forced to reassess their goals as they encounter the trials of a serious relationship.
Box Office: P2.99 million (USD $64,070)
A Second Chance (2015)
Synopsis: A couple with a tumultuous romantic past finds married life to be just as difficult.
The Love Affair (2015)
Synopsis: A married couple is on the verge of annulment after the husband discovers his wife having an affair with his best friend. He then consults a lawyer who just broke up with her boyfriend.
Box Office: P168.96 million (USD $3,624,953)
She’s the One (2013)
Synopsis: A morning show host suddenly realizes what he really wants when his best friend turns out to be the subject of a romantic viral video that captures the attention of the whole nation.
Box Office: P137.47 million (USD $3,189,636)
Four Sisters and a Wedding
Synopsis: Four sisters try to stop the wedding of their younger brother and in doing so, all discover resentments among each other.
Box Office: P145.62 million (USD $3,351,356)
24/7 in Love (2012)
Synopsis: Seven love stories intertwine and are brought together by a die-hard fan who tries to win her dream boy’s heart.
Box Office: P75.49 million (USD $1,837,164)
The Mistress (2012)
Synopsis: A young woman is torn between the affections of her two lovers.One is a young bachelor who brings passion into her life. The other is a married man who has kept her as his mistress for years.
Box Office: P263.84 million (USD $6,362,114)
Sa ‘yo Lamang (2010)
Synopsis: As the eldest sibling, Dianne Alvero (Bea Alonzo) acts as a mother to her family. After 10 years of absence, her father Franco (Christopher De Leon) returns to live with the family who accepts him without hesitation except for Dianne. She’s worried about what future trauma her dad may bring to the family. The family secrets are yet to be revealed. “Sa ‘yo Lamang” is a Filipino Star Cinema film.
Box Office: P50.9 million (USD $1,151,277)
Miss You Like Crazy (2010)
Synopsis: Allan Alvarez (John Lloyd-Cruz) occasionally takes the Pasig River ferry to go to his newly purchased home. On several of these trips, Allan always sees a girl who writes messages on stones and leaves them behind. He picks these stones up and realizes that messages being written are getting worse and worse as time goes by. One day, when the girl writes “Goodbye World”, Allan panics and stops the girl from supposedly committing suicide – he soon discovers that this is not the case. He finds out that the girl, Mia Samonte (Bea Alonzo) works as a hotel receptionist in Malaysia. They have exceptional chemistry together, even finding themselves in love after just a week.
Box Office: P143.25 million (USD $3,183,529)
And I Love You So (2009)
Synopsis: Lara (Bea Alonzo) is a grieving widow after her husband (Derek Ramsay) of only 5 months dies suddenly. In a bout to keep the preschool she owns, she rents out her condo to Chris (Sam Milby) who is also grieving a past relationship that left him in shambles when he catches his girlfriend cheating on him. “And I Love You So” is a Filipino romantic drama film from Star Cinema.
Box Office: P51.64 million (USD $1,118,974)
One More Chance (2007)
Synopsis: Longtime couple Basha (Bea Alonzo) and Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) are practically inseparable, so when they split up, it’s not surprising how heartbroken each feels. But Basha, stifled by the relationship, wants to spread her wings, and Popoy loves her too much to stand in her way. Struggling to build their lives anew, the onetime lovers face daily reminders of their happier times together even as they try to chart their own paths.
Box Office: P152.7 million (USD $3,732,713)
Close to You (2006)
Synopsis: Marian (Bea Alonzo) and Manuel (John Lloyd Cruz) have been best friends since childhood. Manuel wants to profess his deeper feelings for Marian, but it looks like she is in love with Lance (Sam Milby), a famous musician. Manny is disheartened but, hindered by their long friendship, he cannot express his true feelings. “Close to You” is a Filipino romantic comedy film from Star Cinema.
Box Office: P2.21 million (USD $52,654)