Love is in the air, friends. If you suddenly want to have hearts in your eyes, whether you’re in a relationship or looking for love, don’t worry, romantic comedies have you covered. This time-tested genre of film will bring levity and romance back to your heart at the push of a button. (The “play” button, that is.)
Whether you like to be swept away in dazzling romance or enjoy laughing at embarrassing falls, romantic comedies are the perfect cross section of cinematic genres. These movies tug on both your heart and your funny bone, and the best part is that you can always expect a happy ending, perfect for when you want to get away from your own dating disasters.
If you have an account (or your cousin’s boyfriend’s sister’s login), you have access to our favorite rom-coms currently streaming on Netflix. Queue them up for a night, whether you’re flying solo or bringing home that hottie you met in the park.
The Incredible Jessica James
2 Dope Queens Jessica Williams proves her leading woman status as a struggling New York playwright who, after a breakup, rebounds by dating a recently single older man (played by Chris Dowd).
Elle Evans (Joey King) may not be the most popular girl in school, but her social status definitely rises when she volunteers to run the kissing booth at the school carnival – a plan to lock lips with her crush, who just happens to be my best friend’s brother.
Two corporate assistants (Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell) are fed up with their overbearing bosses (Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs), so they plot to hook them up to lighten their workload (and, naturally, they also fall in love each other, too).
Spike Lee’s feature debut is a black-and-white indie comedy starring Tracy Camilla Johns as a young woman in Brooklyn who juggles three potential boyfriends.
Sierra Burgess is a loser
stranger things‘ Barb finally gets her redemption, starring Shannon Purser in Netflix’s latest original teen comedy as the titular outcast who teams up with the school’s most popular girl in order to catch their respective crushes.
To all the boys I’ve loved before
Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor) is your typical teenage sweetheart, writing love letters to her former crushes for her eyes alone. But when the letters end up being sent to the old objects of her affection, her life is turned upside down as the boys confront her about her old feelings.
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