Top 5 Romance Movies on Netflix

Whether you’re in need of date night or nursing a heartbreak, Netflix has the best romance movies for every mood. From historical romances to queer entanglements to authentic self-discovery journeys with messy moments, these swoon-worthy films have you covered.

Night owl Auden displeases her type-A mom in this teen rom-com as she roams the beach town looking to sample all the teenage experiences she’s missed out on.

1. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Whether you’re in the mood for swoony adaptations of classic literature, teen movies about young love blossoming into something deeper, tragic dramas depicting ill-fated passions, or quirky rom-coms packed with laughs on the road to their happy endings, Netflix has you covered. This list of swoon-worthy films showcases the platform’s diverse range of romantic content, featuring diverse casts and storylines, with some notable inclusions of queer entanglements, authentic self-discovery journeys that don’t hold back on the messy moments, and farcical rom-coms with impressive ensembles.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before stars Lana Condor as Lara Jean Covey, a high school girl with a knack for writing eloquent love letters to her crushes that are meant for their eyes only. When her sister’s mischievous act causes her secret correspondences to be sent out, Lara Jean must face each of her past loves head on in this modern teen romance. With her dazzling on-screen chemistry with dreamboat Peter Kavinsky, this Netflix original will surely melt your hearts.

2. Set It Up

The streaming service seems to be in a race with traditional Hollywood studios to revive romance comedies that have fallen out of favor. While some attempts have gone the raunchy route, this adaptation of a Meg Ryan classic (complete with Mariah Carey) is a charming rom-com that’s worth watching on a date night in.

Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell reunite after Everybody Wants Some in this low-frills rom-com that works thanks to the pair’s natural chemistry. The movie also benefits from an excellent supporting cast, with Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs providing a refreshing take on the ice queen/workaholic boss trope.

It’s easy to predict how this one will end, but it still makes for a fun watch. Despite adhering to a familiar formula, it feels fresh and new thanks to its smartly-cast leads, witty dialogue, and breakneck pacing. Hopefully, this success will inspire Netflix to continue giving the genre the attention it deserves.

3. Always Be My Maybe

For those who love rom-coms but find themselves struggling to find one that’s not sappy and materialistic, this Netflix original might be the perfect fit. With a likable cast and a plot that’s not too over-the-top, the movie is a cute and funny reminder that you don’t have to live in a world where all love stories end happily ever after to feel like you’re a part of someone else’s story.

Always Be My Maybe stars Ali Wong and Randall Park as childhood friends who lose touch after an awkward teenage fling and then run into each other again years later. Director Nahnatchka Khan smartly deviates from traditional rom-com rules and gives both actors plenty of chemistry to work with.

This film available on look movie ag is all about love, loss, and finding your place in the world. It stars Sanaa Lathan as Violet Jones, a lawyer who thinks she’s got it all figured out until her marriage falls apart and she cuts her hair off to start fresh. This movie is a beautiful portrayal of the way in which heartbreak and loss can change our perspective on life and force us to rethink our priorities.

4. The Ladykillers

For those who can’t get enough period dramas, this Netflix original is a definite must. The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society stars Lily James as a writer who gets to know the residents of the island of Guernsey during World War II, and becomes torn between her American fiance and a local man.

Grab your BFFs for this Galentine’s Day-inspired movie. It follows a group of high school graduates on the last night of their senior year before they part ways. With a mix of romance, comedy and drama, it will have you feeling all the feels.

While not the Coen Brothers’ best film, this cynical but hopeful romp still delivers. EW calls it “an unabashedly heady romance, rich in pretty costumes and lush, lusty atmosphere.”

5. The Internship

Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson proved they have chemistry together after Wedding Crashers, and their bromances continue in this film about two 40-somethings who improbably snag internships at Google. They find themselves competing with younger interns in a series of challenges, from fixing coding bugs to winning Quidditch matches, and only the winners get full-time jobs.

While the movie isn’t as funny as its trailer, it has some of the same charms as other romantic comedies and is worth checking out. It also stars Rose Byrne, Max Minghella, Aasif Mandvi, Dylan O’Brien, and Josh Brener.

Whether you’re looking for a love story set in another time or one that celebrates real-life friendships, this collection of Netflix romance movies has something for everyone. Grab your favorite BFF and settle in for a night of binge-watching. Happy Galentine’s Day!

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