Trying to find a great romance? Weve assembled the best love movies streaming on Netflix today, from rom-coms to tear-jerking dramas to something a little sexier. Netflix has actually been leaning into their own initial romantic material over the last few years, so there are a lot of brand-new releases to have a look at, however there are likewise some bonafide classics, award-winners, and box office strikes in the mix. So with no additional ado, settle in for meet-cutes, public occupations of love, mind games, romantic gestures, sluggish dances, seductions, and all the timeless love movie beats.

If you didnt discover rather what youre searching for here, have a look at the Best Rom-Coms on Netflix, the Sexiest Movies on Netflix, the Best Netflix and Chill Movies Today, or if youre not discovering it on Netflix at all, head over to our list of the Best Romantic Comedies of the 21st Century Up Until Now.

Editors note: This post was last upgraded May 2022 to consist of Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Eurovision Tune Contest: The Story of Fire Legend (2020)

Director: David Dobkin

Cast: Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Pierce Brosnan, Dan Stevens, and Demi Lovato

Writers: Will Ferrell and Andrew Steele

I did not enter into Eurovision Tune Contest: The Story of Fire Legend anticipating among the most touching and romantic movies of the year, however one must never ever undervalue the power of Rachel McAdams. The Mean Women and Video Game Night star shows as soon as again that shes among the most underrated comical actors of her generation with the goofy-yet-poignant Netflix Original funny, starring along with Will Ferrell as a set of Icelandic vocalists with imagine winning the Eurovision Tune Contest. Its in some cases laugh-out-loud amusing, however the big surprises here are the wonderfully memorable initial tunes and the unexpected inflammation in between the laughs that may simply leave you with a tear in your eye and heat in your heart. Thats not simply due to the fact that of the romance, however thats sure a big part of it. Perk: Dan Stevens offering the comical efficiency of his profession, which is likewise (youre most likely seeing a style here) remarkably touching. — Haleigh Foutch

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Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

Director: Glenn Ficarra and John Requa

Writer: Dan Fogelman

Cast: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Steve Carrell, Julianne Moore, Kevin Bacon, Marisa Tomei

How lots of lovely people can you load into one movie? Crazy, Stupid, Love puts a lot less focus on the “stupid” than you might anticipate. Although the plot makes definitely no sense if you attempt to simplify realistically (and why would you?), it’s a rather powerful commentary on genuineness, body image, and social expectations. These goofy characters don’t understand what they’re doing, however no one does. Without soaking into melodrama, Crazy, Stupid, Love comprehends why discovering a genuine connection is so difficult in the 21st century. You likewise get Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone recreating Dirty Dancing, and who doesn’t wish to see that?- Liam Gaughan

The Danish Lady (2015)

Director: Tom Hooper

Writer: Lucinda Coxon

Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander, Ben Whishaw

Based Upon the 2000 book of the very same name by David Ebershoff, The Danish Lady is an imaginary representation of real-life painters Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener. The 2 painters, a couple, lived throughout the 1920s in Copenhagen. The 2015 drama stars Eddie Redmayne as Elbe, among the very first recognized people to get sex reassignment surgical treatment, while Alicia Vikander plays Wegener. In The Danish Lady, Elbe stands in for a female design who stops working to appear for among Wegener’s painting sessions, sparking the self-discovery of her gender identity. As Wegener’s paintings in which Elbe is the female subject ended up being more popular, Elbe and Wegener browse their altering relationship while Elbe deals with anxiety regardless of being identified to be her real self. The movie was chosen for numerous Academy Awards, with Vikander winning for Best Supporting Starlet. While a male star depicting a transgender lady has actually ended up being less welcome in the years because the movie’s release, The Danish Lady is still a complex, psychological representation of Elbe and Wegener.

A Hair Away (2020)

Directors: Junichi Sato and Tomotaka Shibayama

Cast: Mirai Shida, Natsuki Hanae, and Hiroaki Ogi

Writer: Mari Okada

The facility of A Hair Away sounds definitely ludicrous when you initially hear it. Miyo Sasaki, an intermediate school woman, loves her schoolmate Kento Hinode. In order to get near him, she utilizes a strange mask to change herself into a feline. Precisely! Outrageous, best? However looks can be misleading, which generally is the essential style of this 2020 anime movie. In truth, the movies Japanese title equates to “Wanting to Cry, I Pretend to Be a Cat”, which in fact summarizes the plot far better.

Once you surpass the preliminary weirdness, A Hair Away ends up being an extremely capitivating story thats as much about caring others as it has to do with caring yourself. In spite of her bubbly outside, Miyo is a deeply dissatisfied woman who frantically wishes to discover a sense of belonging. All the things with the felines simply offers an adorable, whimsical, and aesthetically dazzling lorry to assist her discover what she is searching for. Theres stunning art work, well-crafted characters, and a truly heartfelt story at the core of A Hair Away, making it a must-watch for fans of the love category. — Remus Noronha

To All the Boys Ive Liked Prior To (2018)

Director: Susan Johnson

Cast: Lana Condor, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Noah Centineo, Israel Broussard, and John Corbett

Writer: Sofia Alvarez

If you’re searching for an enjoyable, sweet, YA love to brighten your day, you won’t do far better on Netflix than To All the Boys I’ve Liked Prior To. Based off the unique by Jenny Han, the story follows Lara Jean (Lana Condor), a teen whose worst problems are understood when 5 letters she composed to her secret crushes are sent without her understanding. When she’s challenged by her old crush Peter (Noah Centineo), she’s afraid it might obstruct of her existing crush Josh (Israel Broussard), so Lara Jean and Peter resolve to phony a relationship, so they can get with whom they truly wish to be with. Naturally, pretending to be together begins to produce genuine sensations in between the 2. The movie is a happiness from start to complete, letting you relive a time when who “liked” you was the most crucial thing on the planet, however with no of the injury high school involves. Though the follows up arent as exceptional as the very first movie, the whole To All the Young Boys trilogy is now offered on Netflix. —Matt Goldberg

Set It Up (2018)

Director: Claire Scanlon

Cast: Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu, and Taye Diggs

Writer: Katie Silberman

If you’re searching for a captivating romantic funny, however don’t wish to rewatch something from a previous years for the umpteenth time, you must absolutely offer Claire Scanlon’s lovely Set It Up an appearance. The plot follows 2 beleaguered assistants (Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell) who chose to establish their employers (Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs, respectively) in order to simply get some valuable downtime far from their requiring tasks. Nevertheless, with all their computing, they begin to succumb to each other. You can see the rom-com beats originating from a mile away, however they’re done so well therefore efficiently that you won’t mind. Plus, the movie sizzles thanks to the impressive efficiencies from the stunning Deutch and Powell, who must be the streaming generation’s Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks. — Matt Goldberg

Let It Snow (2019)

Director: Luke Snellin

Cast: Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Liv Hewson, Odeya Rush, Jacob Batalon, Kiernan Shipka, Joan Cusack

Writers: Laura Solon, Victoria Strouse, and Kay Cannon

If youre in the state of mind for some seasonal love, Netflix provided a little a Love In Fact for the teen set with Let It Snow, a breezy vacation rom-com that discovers a series of overlapping romance on one eventful Christmas-season snow day. Its a sweet movie from top-to-tail, as thinking about the dramas of teenager relationship and domestic battles as it the progressing love, and its filled with wonderful efficiencies from a knockout cast of young up-and-comers. A great deal of the Netflix Christmas love follow in the Trademark Channel vein, and definitely no judgment if thats your favored thing, however for those who desire an old-fashioned feel-good vacation love, Let It Snow hits the spot. — Haleigh Foutch

Alex Strangelove (2018)

Director: Craig Johnson

Cast: Daniel Doheny, Madeline Weinstein, Antonio Marziale, and Daniel Zolghadri

Writer: Craig Johnson

Yes, Alex Strangelove is a romantic funny, which is how it got onto this list. However what makes the movie so capitivating isnt a lot the love as it is the individual arc of the protagonist. Daniel Doheny stars as Alex Truelove, a high school senior and class president who remains in a relationship with his best buddy Claire (Madeline Weinstein). The couple sets a date to make love for the very first time. As you can think of, something occurs to thwart those strategies, which something is the lovely, openly-gay teen Elliot (Antonio Marziale). After fulfilling him at a celebration, Alex begins to get closer to Elliot, which leads him to start questioning his own sexuality. While the movie isnt especially deep, it provides an amusing, satisfying story about accepting yourself thats worth having a look at. — Remus Noronha

Somebody Great (2019)

Writer/Director: Jennifer Kaytin Robinson

Cast: Gina Rodriguez, LaKeith Stanfield, Brittany Snow, DeWanda Wise

Pitched someplace in between a romance and a wild night out funny, Somebody Great is among Netflixs much better just recently funny efforts, fixated a girl (Gina Rodriguez), who navigates one last insane night with her best buddies prior to leaving town. Oh, and she simply got discarded by her sweetheart of 7 years. The sweetheart in concern is played LaKeith Stanfield in peak lovely mode, and the chemistry in between the 2 is a knockout, keeping you involved their love although you understand its over. Theres a lot of obscene funny to walk around in this one, however the vibrant in between Rodriguez and Stanfield provides the movie its heart and its trigger. — Haleigh Foutch

The Extraordinary Jessica James (2017)

Writer/Director: Jim Strouse

Cast: Jessica Williams, Chris O’Down, Lakeith Stanfield, Noel Wells

Jessica Williams still hasn’t got the breakout she should have because her period on The Daily Program, however the indie rom-com The Extraordinary Jessica James is the very first time ever since we’ve got to see her enter a leading function, and she simply illuminate the screen. Now, the character of Jessica James might not be rather as amazing as the title leads you to think — she’s in fact quite self-centered and ignorant — however she’s enthusiastic, raw and enthusiastic, and Williams makes you like her in spite of her faults. A supporting efficiency from the continuously lovely Chris O’Dowd definitely doesn’t harmed, and the 2 have electrical chemistry as they attempt to browse the waters of heartbreak together towards something healthy and brand-new. Attractive, amusing and distinctly modern-day, The Extraordinary Jessica James is a revitalizing spin on the rom-com that doesn’t cater the most affordable common measure. — Haleigh Foutch

Constantly Be My Perhaps (2019)

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