20 Best Romantic Comedies on Netflix

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.

What? You’re not the kind of person who loves evil romantic comedy ? Well I am. Leave this one to me. If you pretend that Little Italy depicts an alternate timeline where a pizza place-owning family adopts Anakin Skywalker and he falls in love
(instead of becoming Darth Vader), more power for you.

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Do you like your romantic comedies with a side of comedy between friends? Desperadoes will scratch that itch. After sending a goofy email to his dreamy new boyfriend, Wes and his girlfriends travel to Mexico to erase the email from his phone before he can read it. Hijinks ensue, naturally, but so does a sweet story about the dangers of hiding our true selves in relationships.

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In this touching coming-of-age comedy, straight student Ellie Chu helps the school athlete woo her crush by writing her love letters, for a fee. It’s all business until it’s not, when Ellie befriends the jock and falls in love with the girl he’s pursuing, creating a delightfully complicated love triangle.

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Advertiser Violet is obsessed with perfection: perfect hair, perfect boyfriend, perfect life. When her relationship ends unexpectedly and a disaster at a salon leaves her hair fried, Violet snaps one fateful night, shaving her head bare. What seems like a disaster soon turns out to be a life-changing ticket to freedom and confidence. “My hair was like a second job,” says Violet. “Now I have to focus on myself. »

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Comedian Iliza Schlesinger wrote and starred in Good on paper, a romantic comedy inspired by his own personal experiences. Schlesinger plays Andrea Singer, a comedian who put love on hold for years. When she starts dating the perfect guy, she begins to suspect he’s too good to be true, leading her friends on a hilarious mission to find out who this catfish really is.

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It doesn’t have to be Christmas for you to enjoy it white christmas, the 1954 classic about two war buddies who fall in love with two attractive sisters. When they follow the girls to a country inn owned by their former commander, they learn that the place is in danger of sinking and band together to save it. Whether it’s Christmas in December or Christmas in July, let these classic songs and dances lighten your weary heart.

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When Dotty (Brenda Fricker) is moved to a Maine nursing home by her granddaughter, her girlfriend, Stella (Olympia Dukakis), takes her out for a Thelma and Louise-style trip to Canada, where they plan to get married in Nova Scotia. Along the way, they pick up a hitchhiker returning home to visit his dying mother. Captivating, tender and deliciously eccentric, Waterspout proves that romance can come at any age.

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Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

It’s easy to forget that Eurovision is a bit of a romantic comedy. Starring Rachel McAdams and Will Ferrell as Icelandic singers who hope to rise to fame through the infamous Eurovision Song Contest, the story is a slow burn about two people realizing the greatest victory is finding the love that was next to them all the time.

It’s also a public service announcement not to cross paths with elves. Watch. You will understand.

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In this delightfully over the top film, the romcom genre is twisted with action movie tropes. Anna Kendrick stars as Martha McKay, a woman typically unlucky in love, who soon discovers her new boyfriend (Sam Rockwell) is a hitman-turned-rogue. Crazy and silly, marrying cotton candy romance with violent murder, Mr. Right lands on our list thanks to the electrical chemistry between its two leads.

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To all the boys: always and forever

The third and final film from Netflix’s mega-hit To all the boys The franchise sees Lara Jean and her boyfriend, dreamboat Peter Kavinsky, at a crossroads. Freshly returned from a life-changing trip to Korea and looking back at her senior year, Lara Jean reflects on her college plans, with and without her boyfriend. Fans of the series will be deeply satisfied by this winning and enticing conclusion.

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On the verge of a breakup, Leilani and Jibran are unwittingly involved in a bizarre murder. The two men spend a crazy night trying to clear their names and find the killer, maybe even save their relationship.

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After Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) is dumped by her longtime boyfriend and lands a music-writing job at Rolling Stone in San Francisco, she embarks on a mission with her best friends, Erin (DeWanda Wise) and Blair (Brittany Snow) to have one more New York adventure.

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In Ali Wong’s directorial debut, she plays Sasha Tran, who returns home to San Francisco to open a new restaurant and meets her childhood best friend, Marcus Kim. They fall back into their friendship and the possibility of romance lingers again.

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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).

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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.

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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).

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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.

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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.

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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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