10 Best Romantic Movies on Netflix This Week

Everyone enjoys a good romantic comedy, but love is also serious. Relationships are not always built on humor; many are tested by life’s hardships, such as those depicted in the best romantic movies on Netflix that are currently available to stream on Netflix.

There’s an air of love. Netflix also has it! The top romantic feature films available on the streaming service at the moment have been compiled by us. 

This is your guide to the best romantic comedies, dramas, and dramedies you can watch at home. It features a variety of films from all over the world.

The Best Romantic Movies on Netflix

Here are the best romantic movies you can watch right now on Netflix.

1. Notting Hill

Notting Hill is a rom-com movie legend, solidifying Hugh Grant’s status as one of the most endearing bumbling Brits in cinematic history. This lovely and enthralling tale of love is as relevant today as it was back in 1999.

We apologize, but there is nothing we can do to change the fact that your heart is made of stone if the last scene doesn’t move you.

As international movie star Anna Scott, played by Julia Roberts, who enters William Thacker’s (Grant) modest bookshop to hide from the paparazzi, she radiates.

2. Lady Chatterley’s Lover

You’ll be swooning over this contemporary rendition of D.H. Lawrence’s scandalous 1928 novel. Emma Corrin, from The Crown, is amazing in her role as Lady Chatterley’s co-star, Connie Reid.

Before the war, Connie thought her marriage to Clifford Chatterley would be the ideal match. However, after the war, when he returns, paralyzed, reclusive, and uninterested in her happiness, Connie feels completely alone and alone in their deserted country manor.

Oliver Mellors, the estate’s gamekeeper, provides her with solace from her debilitating loneliness (Jack O’Connell). The two get into a wild, passionate, tender, exuberant, profound affair very quickly that threatens both of their lives.

3. Really Love

Isaiah Maxwell, better known as Kofi Siriboe (of Queen Sugar and Girls Trip), is an artist attempting to establish a reputation for himself in Washington, D.C.

He doesn’t really think about falling in love because his priorities are his work, but that is, until he meets Stevie Richmond, a law student (Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing).

Written and directed by Felicia Pride and Angel Kristi Williams, Really Love is a sweet and lovely love story.

4. When We First Met

The delightful romantic comedy directed by Ari Sandel combines elements of Groundhog Day and Some Kind of Wonderful. The characters Noah and Avery, played by Adam DeVine and Alexandra Daddario, are friends who had the potential to be a couple but didn’t get the timing right.

Noah is desperate to make things right this time, so much so that he will stop at nothing to bring himself back to the night he and Avery first met when he stumbles upon a magical photo booth.

When We First Met is a time-traveling comedy-drama that is both funny and unexpectedly sweet. It features outstanding supporting cast members and a predictable but still enjoyable conclusion.

5. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

When Karan Johar’s directorial debut opened in theaters in 1998, it instantly became a Bollywood classic. Until Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan) falls in love with Tina (Rani Mukerji) and Anjali (Kajol) discovers her true feelings for him, Rahul and Anjali are best friends in college. 

Before Tina passes away and leaves behind a daughter named Anjali in remembrance of their former friend, the friends grow distant from one another. Growing up, little Anjali reads letters written by her late mother and discovers the story of her father’s first love, an old friend. 

Tina assigns her daughter the mission of finding Anjali and bringing the friends back together as lovers, for good.

6. Set It Up

Rom-coms are back, baby, and one of the greatest examples of this new golden age is Set It Up, which was written and directed by Katie Silberman.

Young assistants Glen Powell and Zoey Deutch devise a scheme to manipulate their demanding, tense bosses into giving them a weekend off.

Naturally, what these two con artists never thought about was that, in the process, they might fall in love.

7. Sir

With her debut feature film, Sir (2018), Rohena Gera makes a strong impression. The film debuted in theaters in November 2020 and debuted on Netflix in early 2021. Indian cinema is essential, sir.

Ashwin, a member of the upper middle class, hires Tillotama Shome as his live-in housemaid, Ratna (Vivek Gomber). In India, the setting of the movie, housemaids are common, but Ratna and Ashwin grow to have a slow-burning, socially unthinkable love.

This unlikely story never feels forced thanks to Gera’s direction and writing. When Ratna tells Ashwin about her late husband and Ashwin recovers from a broken engagement, their trust grows and their love blossoms naturally in secretive glances and heavy silences.

8. Been So Long

Do you adore romance, musicals, and Michaela Coel? Then you should watch Been So Long. This chic musical epic centers on Simone (Coel), a young, single mother living in London who is entirely devoted to her daughter’s special needs.

She eventually consents to a night out after hearing from her friends and family that she is too stiff and meets the attractive but complex Raymond (Arinzé Kene).

The two tentatively strike up a flirtation, but before their relationship can succeed, they must each deal with their own issues.

9. Call Me by Your Name

With his unvarnished and intense performance in Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name, TimothĂ©e Chalamet shot to fame. Chalamet portrays Elio, an Italian adolescent who lives with his parents in the 1980s.

Sparks fly between the two young men when his father, an archaeology professor, invites a graduate student to live with them for the summer. Call Me By Your Name is characterized by joy, whereas so many LGBTQ romances are focused on repression.

Laura Prudom of Mashable stated that Elio and Oliver’s ardent and tentative romance “will make you believe in love again.”

10. Our Souls At Night 

Our Souls at Night is a serene, endearing, and poignant meditation on friendship and love. As two widowed, longtime neighbors who decide to start sharing a bed at night to combat loneliness, Jane Fonda and Robert Redford are superb.

As they get to know one another, a deeper love starts to blossom, but the arrangement is strictly platonic and solves a problem.

Here, Fonda and Redford are incredibly captivating, exuding confidence as they bring this understated yet elegant screenplay to life. Though there aren’t many romantic movies about aging, Our Souls at Night’s poignancy demonstrates that the power of love never fades.

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