The 15 Best Romance Movies to Watch on Netflix Right Now

Whether you’re jonesing for a good cry or looking for something to bring a smile to your face, there’s nothing that can meet the need as efficiently and effectively as a great romance movie. From tried-and-true romantic comedies that you’ve nearly memorized to sweet tearjerkers that will reaffirm your belief in love, there’s a romantic film (or three) out there for, well, most of us.

With that in mind, in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ve rounded up the 15 best movies about romance that are currently streaming on Netflix — and thanks to the streaming platform’s staunch commitment to leading the genre’s revival, there were plenty to choose from.

Whether you plan on cuddling up with your boo and a romantic flick for some Netflix and chill or are looking for a laugh about the trials of finding true love, read on for our selection of the best romantic movies now playing on Netflix.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018) and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You (2020)

Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, adapted from the first novel in a series by Jenny Han, is geared toward teenagers, but it won the hearts of viewers of all ages when it hit the streaming service last year, thanks to its fresh take on the typical rom-com formula and the adorable chemistry between Lana Condor’s Lara Jean Covey and Noah Centineo’s Peter Kavinsky.

Superfans of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before are in for a treat this year, because Lara Jean and Peter’s adventures continues in the sequel, To All the Boys 2: P.S. I Still Love You, which dropped in time for Valentine’s Day and introduced some romantic competition.

The Notebook (2004)

The Notebook has become a classic of the genre, and for good reason — its blend of unapologetic romance and adherence to the long-revered tenets of these narratives (Young love! Passion! Sweeping gestures!) has made the Ryan Gosling-Rachel McAdams Nicholas Sparks adaptation a modern and beloved part of the canon.

Obvious Child (2014)

Don’t let its frank dialogue about reproductive rights overshadow Obvious Child’s witty and winsome love story. In Gillian Robespierre’s directorial debut, stand-up comedian Donna (Jenny Slate) gets more than she bargains for after a one-night stand with the nice-but-square Max (Jake Lacy) that leads to a pregnancy, an abortion, and

Source:: Time – Entertainment


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