Valentine’s Day | Recent movies on streams to watch with bae – Designer Women


Next Sunday, June 12, we celebrate Valentine’s Day – one of the sweetest celebrations of the whole year.

Although in the United States it is celebrated in February, the date has been postponed to the middle of this month for Brazil, to correspond to the height of autumn, the transition to winter and the renewal of the cycles that accompany cold and desire. being on the side of the people you love.

With that in mind, we’ve put together a brief list of ten recent romantic novels and comedies to watch with bae — from the LGBTQIA+ production “Pride and Seduction” to the acclaimed remake “Amor, Sublime Amor.”

Check out our picks below:

Enjoy watching:

Where to watch: Prime Video (rental)

Rachel Chu is an economics professor in the United States and has been dating Nick Young for some time. When Nick invites Rachel to attend his best friend’s wedding in Singapore, he forgets to let his girlfriend know that as an heir to a fortune, he is one of the most eligible bachelors in the area, putting Rachel in the crosshairs of the other contestants and her mother to Nick, who disapproves of the relationship. Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding and the Awkwafina star.


Where to watch: Star+

At 16, Simon Spier is not openly gay, preferring to save his drama for the school musical. One day, one of his emails falls into the wrong hands, putting his secret in jeopardy. Simon begins to be blackmailed. He must help the class “clown” with the girl he likes or he will have his homosexuality exposed along with the name of the boy he was talking to.

Where to watch: Netflix

In ‘A Crime for Two’, Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani are a couple on the verge of breaking up, but find themselves entangled in a bizarre and hilarious murder mystery, leaving the two to unravel the crime in order to clear your names. This confusion will also make them put their relationship into perspective, to see if it can survive such unfavorable circumstances.


Where to watch: Netflix

In the acclaimed film directed and written by Alice Wu, Ellie Chu plays Ellie, a shy and smart student. Paul is a kind and outspoken athlete who needs Ellie’s help to win over a popular student. But their unlikely new friendship becomes complicated when Ellie finds out she’s in love with the same girl.


Where to watch: Disney+

‘Amor, Sublime Amor’ is set in 1950s New York and tells the story of a loving couple trying to salvage their romance as they are torn apart by the rivalry between the white and Latino gangs they make Part: Tony is a member of the Jets and Mary of the Sharks- and it’s all inspired by another classic, Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’.

Where to watch: Prime Video

The story centers on Emma (Jenny Slate) and Peter (Charlie Day), who thought they were on the cusp of one of the greatest moments of their lives – marriage, children and suburban homes – until until their respective partners let them down. Not only that, but they also failed to move forward. With no prospects and threatened with dying alone, Emma and Peter hatch a desperate plan to end their ex-boyfriends’ relationship and win them back.


Where to watch: Netflix

Raquel is in love with her neighbor, Ares, a cold boy who lives in a world completely different from hers. However, chance ends up uniting the two, who find themselves involved in an intrigue of desire and love.


Where to watch: Netflix

Based on the novel of the same name by Sarah Dessen, the Netflix adaptation follows young Auden, who meets the mysterious Eli, an insomniac, the summer before college. As the seaside town of Colby sleeps, the two embark on a one-night trip to help Auden live the fun and carefree teenage life she never thought she would have.

Where to watch: HBO Max

“Our Dreams of Mars,” a sci-fi romantic comedy starring Lana Condor and Cole Sprouse, follows protagonist Sophie, a focused and conservative college student who has planned her entire life. Or so she had, until her boyfriend decided to move to Mars, forcing her to pursue him at all costs.


Where to watch: Star+

Inspired by the classic novel “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen, the production follows a group of friends who travel to the coveted Fire Island for a queer retreat. Noah (Joel Kim Booster) tells the story, a young man who cares not about relationships, but about the happiness of his “chosen family”, i.e. his closest friends who have always been at his side. sides. sides. Realizing the sabbatical might be his last, he helps Howie (Bowen Yang) have an affair on the island – but he never imagined that good intentions would turn into a chaotic snowball.

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