The season of love is upon us, and it's time to get to grips with some of the most cheesiest and endearing romance films one can find. Whether it's silly meet-cutes, zany tropes like enemies to lovers, or the all too common 'love at first sight,' many romance movies are packed with emotional punches.
Netflix has a great collection, from decades-old classics to their own original works. It only makes sense that Netflix offers a wide variety of romance films for everyone. Whether you like a soft and sweet flick, a funny romantic comedy, or a moving drama, here are ten of the best.
Love & Gelato (2022)
Love & Gelato is another classic Italian romantic film that follows Lina Emerson to college. It features one of the most popular romantic plots — a love triangle as Lina falls for two boys while trying to find her Italian father who she has never met.
(2018) Set It Up
Set It Up is a classic, early 2000s romantic comedy with the same familiar cast of enemies as lovers and relationship setups. Harper and Charlie are played by Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell, who play both personal assistants to workaholic, high-strung career professionals. When a mixed-up order causes the two to bump into each other, they decide to set their bosses up so that they can both have more time to themselves.
Let It Snow (2019)
Let It Snow is a great Christmas romance film based on a novel by Maureen Johnson, John Green, and Lauren Myracle. The first story is set in a small town in Illinois where three different characters meet on a snowy day. The second story follows one of the employees as she struggles to find her way as the secret love interest of a popular cheerleader.
Lady Chatterley's Lover (2022)
Lady Constance's husband returns from the war paralyzed and distant, and she begins to develop a relationship with Oliver, their gamekeeper, which is based on a novel by D. H. Lawrence.
Notting Hill (1999)
In this rom-com classic about a bookstore owner and a famous actress and their fluttery romance, Julia Roberts plays Anna Scott, a high-profile Hollywood actress who purchases a book from Will Thacker's store. A series of random events leads them to a tentative relationship that seems impossible due to their different social standings, but as with all great romance movies, it comes to an end.
Always Be My Possible (2019)
Ali Wong and Randall Park play Sasha and Marcus, a pair of childhood pals who met briefly when they were teenagers, but then fell out. Years later, they reconnect when Sasha returns to their hometown to open a restaurant, and they have to navigate an adult relationship on the embers of their teenage love.
Jessica James: The Incredible One (2017)
Jessica Williams and Chris O'Dowd play a pivotal role in this romantic relationship. After having a tough breakup, Jessica and Boone find common ground over their obsessive stalking of their ex. They make a vow to refrain from following the other's ex in order to keep tabs.
(2015) The Age of Adaline
Blake Lively plays Adeline, a young woman who died and was restored to life when she was 29. Michiel Huisman plays Ellis, a guy that Adeline falls in love with. Adeline must confront her past and discover what motivated her to stop aging if she wants to have a future with Ellis.
(2016) of Loving
Loving is based on the Loving v. Virginia court case of 1967, a well-known case in America about interracial marriage. They travel to Washington D.C. to get married with intentions of moving out of Virginia. There is friction throughout the marriage as the community and the law work against their love.
(2017) Call Me By Your Name
Call Me By Your Name, starring Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer, is a summer romantic comedy that will leave you feeling tender once it's over.