Romantic movies, whether you're single, taken, or in something more complicated, are always a treat to watch. There's nothing like a fun motion that can make your heart swoon! This list of sweet, silly, and even sad flicks—filled with absolute must-watch features—is just what you need now that Valentine's Day is right around the corner. The best part? They're all available to stream on Netflix!
Ah, there's nothing like young love. Good girl Aimee (Shailene Woodley) and bad boy Sutter (Miles Teller) fall for one another despite being—seemingly—complete opposites.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Hugh Grant star as a separated couple who is forced together again after being enlisted in the Witness Protection Program.
A writer begins dating a married woman. The only time they can pursue their forbidden romance? From 5 to 7 p.m.
A screenwriter, played by Chris Evans, isn't thrilled when he's tasked to pen a romantic script—until he meets the woman of his dreams (Michelle Monaghan).
Liam Hemsworth plays a soldier fighting in Vietnam who decides to leave the army to convince his ex-girlfriend to take him back.
This modern take on Cinderella stars Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray as two teens who hope to fall happily ever after. (Yes, an evil stepmother makes an appearance!)
After relocating from New York City to a tiny town, Jesse thinks she's found the perfect man—until she finds out the charming pastor is her ex-husband's brother-in-law.
Based on the book titled , this flick tells the story of a teenager who finds a passion for running while grieving his friends who died in a car accident.
Larry Crowne (Tom Hanks) decides to go back to college after being let go from his company. Besides getting an education, he also catches feelings for a professor portrayed by Julia Roberts.
Featuring a star-studded cast, this movie based on the beloved musical will have you singing and dancing along.
Pitch Perfect fans will recognize Adam Devine, who tries to convince a girl to fall for him by going back in time.
Pierce Brosnan plays a professor who is in some deep trouble after getting one of his students pregnant. But that's not his only issue—he's also started to develop feelings for her sister.
Even if your own in-laws are nothing short of perfection, you'll still get a kick out of this comedy starring Jane Fonda and Jennifer Lopez.
All Samantha wants for her birthday is attention from the boy she's crushing on.
Abigail Breslin portrays a curious little girl who convinces her dad (Ryan Reynolds) to relate love stories from his past.
A newlywed marriage counselor named Ava (Mandy Moore) has her world turned upside down when her own parents announce they're splitting up.
Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Dexter (Jim Sturgess) reunite on the same day every year to either recharge or extinguish their romance.
Even if you've seen it a few (dozen) times, this super popular flick about high school romance is worth another watch. And if you haven't yet, make sure you !
It takes just a few hours for Nick (Chris Evans) and Brooke (Alice Eve) to go from strangers to falling head over heels for each other.
You'll need the tissues for this one. In the midst of grieving her late husband, Gerry (Gerard Butler), Holly (Hilary Swank) begins to find a series of love notes written before he died.