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20 of the Best Valentine’s Day Movies You Can Stream Right Now

Fall in love with these romantic films that are available on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime.

Candlelight dinners, red roses and decadent chocolates are just a few things that can make Valentine’s Day special. While they're nice, nothing compares to celebrating the love-filled day like wrapping up in a warm blanket and binge-watching romantic movies.

Whether you’re snuggling up with your significant other, viewing with friends or streaming solo, get ready to be swept away. From classic rom-coms to sentimental tearjerkers, we’ve rounded up some of the most entertaining movies centered around love that will leave you in your feels.

So, grab your popcorn and prepare to laugh, smile and maybe even cry with these Valentine's Day movies. Plus, some picks have music that’s so moving you’ll be inspired to check out their soundtracks. Trust us, they’re so good even Cupid approves.

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1 The Notebook

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams star in this swoon-worthy romance about young love and the challenges that come with class and status. Set in the 1940s, the 2004 film is based on Nicholas Sparks’ best-selling novel of the same name.

2 When Harry Met Sally

Can men and women keep things strictly platonic? That’s what the title characters played by Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan soon find out in this timeless tale of chance encounters, love and friendship.

3 Love Jones

When an emerging photographer crosses paths with a poetic charmer, sparks fly. Before long, egos and miscommunication get in the way of their budding relationship. Leads Larenz Tate and Nia Long give convincing performances while Chicago serves as a gorgeous backdrop in this cult classic.

4 Pride & Prejudice

Based on Jane Austen's 1813 novel of the same name, this classic story stars Keira Knightley as a young woman who falls for a man who’s seemingly out of her league. The rich and well-respected suitor struggles with his feelings too. Will true love prevail?

5 Valentine's Day

Couples and singles navigating the ups and downs of love on the most romantic day of the year is the premise of this interconnected story. With an all-star cast including Jessica Alba, Ashton Kutcher and Jamie Foxx to name a few, the 2010 release packs star power and light-heartedness.

6 The Wedding Planner

When wedding planner Mary Fiore played by Jennifer Lopez is rescued from an accident by a striking stranger, she’s instantly smitten. There’s just one catch, the handsome hero is already taken.

7 Jumping the Broom

Movies centered around nuptials often brim with drama and this 2011 release is no exception. Starring Paula Patton, Laz Alonso and Alfre Woodard, this rom-com unfolds after a whirlwind romance culminates over a wedding weekend filled with feuding bridal families.

8 Pretty Woman

Julia Roberts and Richard Gere shine in this modern-day Cinderella-like movie. Directed by Garry Marshall, the 1990 film tells the familiar story of an unlikely pair who falls head over heels for one another.

9 Someone Great

Dumped by her long-term boyfriend, a music journalist grabs her besties for an unforgettable girls’ night out in New York City before relocating to the West Coast. Starring Gina Rodriguez, Brittany Snow and DeWanda Wise, this Netflix original is a celebration of the love shared between friends.

10 About Time

When a young man learns that he can travel through time, he devises ways to make his love life as perfect as possible. However, he soon discovers that time-travel can’t solve everything. British actor Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams co-star in this 2013 release.

11 Crazy Rich Asians

Based on Kevin Kwan’s best-selling book of the same title, this film adaptation follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) as she meets her boyfriend’s insanely wealthy family in Singapore for the first time.

12 Brown Sugar

Hip hop is at the heart of this refreshing tale of friends who become lovers. Sanaa Lathan, Taye Diggs and Queen Latifah star in the 2002 music-centric movie.

13 Blue Valentine

Released in 2010, this movie puts the pressures of marriage under a microscope with critically acclaimed performances by Ryan Gosling (Dean) and Michelle Williams (Cindy). From the outside, the couple appear to have it all together, but soon the pitfalls and cracks of their relationship rise to the surface.

14 One Day

College graduates Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Dex (Jim Sturgess) meet up every July 15 (their graduation date) over the course of 20 years in this 2011 romance. The lifelong friends soon discover that the love they’ve been searching for was closer than they could’ve ever imagined.

15 Love and Basketball

All’s fair in love and basketball. Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, this romantic drama follows childhood friends (Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps) whose passion for basketball intensifies along with their love for one another.

16 The Vow

After a young newlywed loses her memory in an accident, her husband is tasked with winning her love all over again. Will he succeed? Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum star in this film inspired by true events.

17 New York, I Love You

Set among the five boroughs of the Big Apple, this 2008 anthology is bursting with stories about love. Consisting of nearly a dozen film shorts, each by a different director, the comedy-drama collection features an all-star cast including Natalie Portman and Bradley Cooper. 

18 Dirty Dancing

Whatever you do, don’t put Baby in the corner! Actors Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze star in this coming-of-age ‘80s classic that puts dance, first loves and newfound independence in the spotlight.

19 Romeo + Juliet

There isn’t a love story as famous as this 16th century classic. Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes portray the ill-fated Romeo and Juliet in this ‘90s iteration of the Shakespearean romantic tragedy.

20 Under the Tuscan Sun

Who hasn’t fantasized about starting over in a new place? That’s exactly what the protagonist of this book-turned-movie did after experiencing a divorce. Starring Diane Lane, this movie celebrates new beginnings and endless possibilities set in picturesque Italy.

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