It’s February, which means the next special occasion on everyone’s mind is Valentine’s Day.
So, we’ve picked out a bunch of Valentine’s Day movies that you can watch with the other half.
Those of you who are a little more cynical can also check out our picks of anti-Valentine’s Day movies.
Here’s what to watch on Netflix this February 14.
With over twenty recommendations you’re your partner, you’re bound to find something you both agree on.
To all the boys that I loved before
What if all your past crushes discovered how you feel for them… at the same time? Well, that’s what happens when the love letters Lara Jean wrote for every boy she’s ever loved are mysteriously posted.
Five feet apart
The life of cystic fibrosis patient Stella Grant (Haley Lu Richardson) changes completely when she meets another cystic fibrosis patient named Will Newman (Cole Sprouse). But a relationship seems impossible given that patients with cystic fibrosis must stay at least 6 feet from each other to avoid cross infections.
Naughty scenes dominate this drama about a married couple (Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson) whose relationship is strained when a stranger (Robert Redford) offers a million dollars to sleep with his wife.
Pride and Prejudice
Most will swear by the BBC series, but the 2005 film adaptation of “Pride and Prejudice” starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfayden is still quite romantic.
Two PAs come up with a plan to put their bosses together so they can finally have their own free time. But, inevitably, they start to have feelings for each other …
Angus, flip flops and perfect smooch
We’ve picked a number of teen romantic comedies from our selection of Valentine’s Day Movies on Netflix. They don’t get much cuter (and annoying) than “Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging” as we follow a 14-year-old who hugs, loves, and kisses for the first time.
Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
In post-war Britain, residents of Guernsey, an island off the Channel, invite a writer to come and read in their book club. She fell in love with the place and its inhabitants, and one individual in particular …
How to lose a guy in 10 days
Kate Hudson plays a writer for a women’s magazine whose latest assignment is to push back potential dates. Matthew McConaughey makes a bet that he can make any woman fall in love with him and starts dating her. This is sure to create a mess.
The indie romantic comedy pretty much follows just two cynical characters who make friends at a wedding neither of them wants to be. Few duets could succeed as charismatically as Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder.
Period drama for fans of “Bridgerton”, “Young Victoria” centers on the romance between the titular Queen (played by Emily Blunt) and Prince Albert (Rupert Friend).
With Hugh Grant in her loosest hair and Julia Roberts in her cutest, ‘Notting Hill’ is cutting edge romantic comedy territory. Who can forget this sentence: “I am also only a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love him.”
About the weather
This underrated Richard Curtis gem stars our own Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams in another film where she plays the wife of a time traveler.
Hitch (Will Smith) is a “date doctor” for hire who advises hapless men in love on how to woo the women of their dreams. Kevin James plays his latest client, from whom Hitch, while desperate, could learn a thing or two.
Isn’t that romantic
Rebel Wilson is the best she has ever been as a cynical bachelor who lands in her worst nightmare – a PG-13 romantic comedy. It’s fun, sweet, crisp, chockablock with movie references (not limited to roma) and a lot of entertaining.
The five-year commitment
Well, the synopsis of the story is in the title, really. Emily Blunt and Jason Segel play the longtime titular couple. Chris Pratt and Alison Brie make great comedic support.
Forget Sarah Marshall
As much a celebration of life as a new love, ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall’ is packed with humor and heart. There is also a formidable cast between Jason Segel, Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Paul Rudd, Russell Brand, Bill Hader and Jonah Hill.
Fifty shades of Grey
Look, we don’t consider ‘Fifty Shades of Gray’ to be particularly romantic (quite the opposite actually). But some viewers like a little grime on February 14, so naturally we had to include that.
The lake house
While “The Lake House” is based on a pretty trippy and incredible concept of love letters exchanged over time, it’s made a success of thanks to the charm and chemistry of Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves, reunited after “Speed”.
Bridget Jones Diary
It may be more of a Christmas movie than a Valentine’s Day movie, but the romantic nature of “Bridget Jones’s Diary” is such that it can easily be returned to in February.
This latest iteration of Daphné du Maurier’s famous novel is spicier than the previous iterations. Lily James, Armie Hammer and Kristin Scott Thomas make the headlines.