It’s Valentine’s Day and to celebrate the special day devoted to all things love, here’s a list of the Top 20 streaming romantic flicks on Netflix. So whether you take your sweetheart out to dinner or have a little something at home, you can always end your night watching one of these hopelessly romantic flicks dedicated to love (and guys, not all are chick flicks).
20. Meet Bill
The comedy/drama staring Aaron Eckhart, Jessica Alba and Elizabeth banks is about a guy that’s fed up with his boring life, cheating wife and how he finds himself mentoring a rebellious teen.
19. Sliding Doors
Gwyneth Paltrow plays a London woman who’s love life and career both hinge on whether or not she catches a train, even though it’s unknown to her. The audience gets to see what happens if she does and doesn’t catch that train.
18. How I Met Your Mother (TV Show)
Even if you haven’t been watching current episodes on CBS, you can catch the hilarious adventures of five friends as they navigate through love, life and each other.
A brother and sister team up to run a business that’s designed to break up relationships, but problems arise when they’re hired by a rich man to break up the wedding of their daughter.
16. Chasing Amy
Comic artists and friends take a turn for the worse when they meet Alyssa, also a comic book artist. One friend falls for her only to find out she’s a lesbian. Oh, and did we mention it’s a Kevin Smith film, so guys, you won’t get bored watching this one!
15. Breakfast at Tiffanys
The ultimate chick flick classic starring Audrey Hepburn will delight your chick even if you didn’t give her a Tiffany box.
14. Last Tango in Paris
A relationship based only on sex can only mean one thing…a movie with loads of sex! Oh, and a “romantic” backstory about a young Paris woman who has an affair with a middle-aged American businessman. It’s an oldie but goodie that tars Marlon Brando.
13. The Graduate
One of Dustin Hoffman’s best movies to date, The Graduate provides drama, romance and comedy all in one movie!
12. Last Night
This drama/romance follows a story about a married couple who, for one night apart, have to resist temptation as the husband goes on a business trip with a hot associate and the wife encounters a past love.
11. Meet the Parents
The hilarious comedy shows what great lengths Greg Focker will go to impressive his future father-in-law.
10. Grease 2
Yeah, there’s a part two that stars Michelle Pfeiffer and, yes, is a musical.
9. Why Did I Get Married, Too
Four couples question their marriage while each battle financial, physical, mental and emotional issues. Some deep stuff for Valentine’s Day.
8. Waiting to Exhale
The total chick flick stars the late Whitney Houston as four friends struggle with men and their relationships.
7. I Hate Valentine’s Day
For all you anti-Valentine’s Day couples out there, here’s a romantic comedy about a love story set in Manhattan.
6. Love, Wedding, Marriage
A newlywed couple questions marriage after her parents get divorced. The romantic comedy is a total chick flick that at least stars the beautiful Mandy Moore for some eye candy.
5. You Again
More comedy than romantic, this film stars Kristen Bell as a young woman who finds out her brother is marrying her high school bully and she tries to expose his girl’s true colors.
The classic romantic comedy stars real-life couple Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell and is one that will have you both laughing until it hurts.
When a couple finds that their idyllic life might take turn for the worse after they discover that their neighbors could be assassins hired to kill them, things get a bit out of control.
2. Take Me Home Tonight
This movie will take you back to your high school crush days as an awkward high school genius uses his sister’s boyfriend’s Labor Day party as the perfect opportunity to make his move on his high school crush four years after graduation.
1. No Strings Attached
When a guy and girl tires to keep their relationship purely physical, all hell breaks loose as they realize that they have more than a physical relationship and start liking each other.
Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.