Everyone loves a happy ending, and a good romantic comedy often guarantees it. Whether the trope is enemies to lovers, love at first sight, or friendship with a twist, the journey is full of that sweet and sometimes frustrating excitement that ends with our hearts full and our eyes a little watery. And what’s a better time to get in our feelings than on Valentine’s Day? To help get the ball rolling, we scoured Netflix’s extensive catalog and picked out romantic comedies that are sure to make the heart pitter-patter, cause a good laugh, and maybe even teach a valuable lesson or two about the L word. Whether you’re spending the day alone, with friends, or with a lover, you’re sure to enjoy these emotional rollercoasters. Grab snacks and a couple tissues to start movie night strong.
Is anyone else tired of answering the “why are you single” question at every family gathering? Sloane (Emma Roberts) and Jackson (Luke Bracey) might have found the perfect solution in being each other’s plus one for every event. But what happens when real feelings get involved?
Always Be My Maybe
Did you ever wonder what would happen if your childhood best friend was also your first love? In Always Be My Maybe, Sasha Tran (Ali Wong) and Marcus Kim (Randall Park) grew up as best friends until a fateful night where things became painfully awkward. Fast forward 15 years later, she’s successful and unforgiving, and he’s too comfortable settling. If only they weren’t still in love.
Love Wedding Repeat
Jack (Sam Clafin) wants his sister’s (Eleanor Tomlinson) wedding to go off without a hitch. But with uninvited guests, awkward encounters, and a weird drug going around, how many times does he have to replay the scenario before he can get the wedding of his–or her–dreams?
Good on Paper
Good on Paper is loosely based on a real-life occurrence in comedian Iliza Shlesinger’s life. She plays Andrea, a semi-famous comedian who falls for the perfect guy (Ryan Hansen) on a plane ride home, until she realizes that he lies about everything. In this reverse romantic comedy, Andrea finds truth and friendship while uncovering just how far or low a guy might go to get the girl.
The Half of It
Everyone’s had a crush, and if you haven’t, then count yourself lucky. A-student Ellie Chu (Leah Lewis) writes papers for her classmates in exchange for cash to help pay the bills. Things get complicated when Paul Munsky (Daniel Diemer) asks her to ghost-write his love letters to Aster Flores (Alexxis Lemire), the girl Ellie has a crush on too.
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