Get in the Mood With the Most Romantic Movies Streaming Right Now
With everything going on in the real world right now, it's safe to say we can all use an escape. So, what better way to do just that than with a good love story?
Looking for a great romance movie to stream to get your mind off of the chaos of day-to-day life? Well, that's where we come in. Read on for the most romantic movies available for streaming—including romantic comedies, tearjerking love stories and so much more. You can thank us later.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before
This 2016 feel-good movie was based on the New York Times best-selling book and takes us back to our high school days. After Lara Jean's secret love letters accidentally get sent to her five crushes, her world is turned upside down. If actress Lana Condor doesn't remind you of what it was like to be young and in love, nothing will.
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
Part two of this lovable movie centers around Lara Jean, whose chaotic love life continues to get even more unpredictable when yet another recipient of one of her love letters comes forward.
Reconnecting with an old flame? First date jitters? No matter what kind of love story you're in the mood for, this 2010 romantic comedy with a star studded cast (including Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba and Taylor Lautner) will meet your needs. With so many lovable storylines jam-packed into one film, you'll be sure to get what you're looking for.
Will Smith is romantic comedy gold in this 2015 film about a smooth and charismatic man who serves as a relationship coach for his awkward friend desperately trying to win over another woman. Also starring Eva Mendes and Kevin James, Hitch is definitely one to consider if you're looking for just the right amount of romance and laughs.
P.S. I Love You
Sometimes you need a good cry, and this tearjerking film will do just that. You're going to need a box of tissues—maybe two—as you watch Holly, who just lost her husband from a brain tumor, as she discovers a box of love notes he left her before his untimely passing.
Revisit one of Patrick Swayze's greatest movies ever made with this 1990 tearjerker about a murdered man whose spirit lives on after death and helps protect the woman he loves. If anything, this one is worth a watch solely for the sexy pottery scene.
Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson star in this romantic comedy from 2013 about a young man named Tim who learns at the age of 21 that he and his family have the ability to time travel. He uses his newfound ability to go back in time and win the woman of his dreams, Mary—but of course, his quest to win her heart doesn't come easily, making this a compelling watch all the way through.
Feeling all the feels! What happens when you find the right person but it's not the right time? Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess tell the tale of a couple who met in college and reunite once a year to see where life has taken them in this 2011 emotional drama.
Isn't It Romantic?
Tired of all the cliché, predictable romantic comedies? Then Isn't It Romantic might be the flick for you. Rebel Wilson and Liam Hemsworth bring the laughs in this hilarious satire centered around a cynical woman who finds herself in her very own romantic comedy.
See You Soon
When one door closes, another one opens. This 2019 American-Russian romance centers around a soccer star who suffers an injury leading up to the World Cup, only to end up finding love with a single mother.
My Perfect Romance
Starring Fuller House's Jodie Sweetin, this 2018 modern age romantic comedy centers around a dating algorithm that gets put to the test. If you love a lighthearted, feel-good love story, this may be the one for you!
This emotional film tells the tender love story of Abbie, who, after a cancer diagnosis, aims to find a future partner for her fiancé Sam. You might want to set aside some tissues for this 2018 Netflix original.
Sleeping With Other People
Two friends who used to hook up in college reunite at a sex addicts meeting and reestablish their friendship. Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie bring the laughs in this lovable romantic comedy about a guy and a girl who aren't together—but can't figure out why.
The World We Make
A biracial couple meet and fall in love, but the apparent racism in their small town puts a strain on their new, blossoming relationship. This 2019 teen movie has a sentimental feel that's both heartfelt and dramatic.
The chemistry between Ashton Kutcher and the late Brittany Murphy in this 2003 romantic comedy is electric. This fun-loving flick tells the tale of a newlywed couple who quickly realize that their picture-perfect relationship isn't what they thought it would be after tying the knot.
The Last Summer
This Netflix original movie starring Riverdale stud KJ Apa and Teen Wolf'sTyler Posey centers around a group high school students as they prepare to tackle the next stage of their lives—college, and the complicated relationships that come along with it. If you're looking for a teen romance film with a notable cast, this may be the one for you.
Forever My Girl
This one tugs at our heartstrings! Country star Liam Page returns to his hometown after fleeing in hopes of finding fortune and fame—and reunites with the woman he left behind. Aside from the heart-wrenching storyline, this film also has a playlist that will give you all the feels.
Under the Tuscan Sun
A movie for the heartbroken. This 2003 romantic drama tells the story of a woman who travels to Italy after learning she was cheated on by her husband. She realizes just how much she deserves from a significant other after establishing her new life in a brand new country. If you need a reminder of what it feels like to fall in love with yourself, this will do the trick.
No Strings Attached
Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman prove just how complicated relationships can be with this fun and lighthearted romantic comedy. While the 2011 flick is fairly predictable, the witty banter between the main characters is sure to bring a smile to your face. Perfect for a girls' night!
Sports fans, rejoice! Not only does this 2005 movie bring the romance, but it's centered around the game of baseball. It's cute, it's sweet and Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore's chemistry is undeniable.
Set It Up
Like the modern-day Parent Trap with a twist, Set It Up follows the lives of two assistants who try to aid in their boss' love lives. This 2018 Netflix original is directed by Booksmart writer Katie Silberman, who delivers, again.
When We First Met
Thanks to a magical photo booth, Noah is able to travel back in time to the night he first met Avery and convince her of why they should be together. This Netflix original is a quirky romantic comedy not to be taken too seriously—but Adam Devine sure does bring the laughs.
The Big Sick
Produced by Judd Apatow, this 2017 Oscar-nominated romantic comedy centers around a Pakistani comic who meets a beautiful American grad student and falls in love—only to later find out that she has a mystery illness. If you're looking for a beautiful, tearjerking love story with heart, this is the one for you.
Something’s Gotta Give
There's a reason why Diane Keaton won a Golden Globe for her performance in this 2003 romantic comedy. The actress finds herself in a love triangle with Keanu Reeves and JackNicholson—and struggles to figure out which man is the right one for her.
As Good As It Gets
HelenHunt and Jack Nicholson both won Oscars for their work in this 1997 romantic comedy. On top of that, the movie itself won the Golden Globe for Best Picture—proving that it should definitely find its way onto your watch-list. This film has heart, wit and a dynamic duo as the leading stars.
The Spectacular Now
The magical tale of young love is perfectly depicted in this 2013 film based on the 2008 novel of the same name. Starring some of the most up and coming stars in Hollywood today, including Miles Teller and ShaileneWoodley, this movie follows the life of a destructive, alcoholic teenager who falls for an introverted girl.
The Kissing Booth
This 2018 Netflix original tells the beautiful story of friendship blossoming into romance. Starring Joey King and Joel Courtney, this teen movie will definitely make you feel nostalgic for your first love.
Adapted from the book, Where Rainbows End, this UK-based 2014 romance tells the story of childhood friends Rosie and Alex who are faced with the challenge of a long-distance relationship. It stars Lily Collins and Sam Claflin.
Failure to Launch
No romantic movie list would be complete without an appearance by Matthew McConaughey. Sarah Jessica Parker costars in this lighthearted 2006 rom-com.
I’ll See You in My Dreams
Blythe Danner gives a stellar performance in this 2015 movie, which centers around a widow, Carol, who finds herself struggling in her lonely, day-to-day routine. Carol's life is turned upside down when she realizes she's found someone new to love much later in life than she had expected.
If you want chills this Valentine's Day, you might want to consider this 1978 musical starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. This fun-loving, feel-good movie never gets old, and while it certainly brings the fun, there's also a love story told between the two main characters.
The Incredible Jessica James
Proving that time heals all, this modern-day romance centers around a New York City-based playwright who rebounds after a horrible breakup and finds herself in the arms of an older man. This uplifting movie is sure to put a smile on your face.
Good Luck Chuck
Looking for a romantic comedy that's a little on the raunchy side? Look no further. Comedian Dane Cook doesn't hold back in this hilarious, feel-good film about the struggle of finding Mr., and Mrs., Right.
This 2001 chick flick is not your typical Valentine's Day movie, but depending on what you're looking for this Feb. 14, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sigourney Weaver might just deliver. The actresses star in this hilarious romantic comedy about a mother-daughter duo who work together to turn marriage and divorce into millions, encountering love along the way.
Beginners is a 2010 rom-com-drama in which Oliver is reflecting on the life of his father Hal. The film is based on the true-life later-in-life coming out story of writer/director Mike Mills’ father, and starred the brilliant Christopher Plummer (who won an Oscar for this role). It's filled with flashbacks of Hal exploring life as an older, openly gay man, and enjoying his relationship with his much younger boyfriend.
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