Chivalry is dead or is it? Romantic comedies and romance films are always a controversial subject between couples: one loves them, one thinks they’re ultra cheesy. Thankfully, Netflix’s wide range of these types of movies will ensure that you find one you can both settle on. If one of these movies on our list sounds enticing and you can’t find it in your region, there is an easy solution. Unblock Us is the best way to get everything Netflix has to offer all over the world, for only a few bucks a month. If you’re a big fan of romantic comedies and films, or just films in general check it out!
Hitch (2005): This romantic comedy stars Will Smith as a dating and romance guru, who tries desperately to help his client (Kevin James) land the woman of his dreams all the while trying to keep his own romantic endeavors afloat.
Sophie’s Choice (1982): A blend of romance and drama, this film depicts Sophie (Meryl Streep) as a Holocaust survivor who becomes increasingly close with a young writer new to Brooklyn.
Ghost (1990): The late, great, and rather handsome Patrick Swayze is Sam, a loving, dedicated husband to Molly (Demi Moore) but a terrible, backhanded crime changes their lives forever. Thankfully, redemption and love exist beyond the grave.
Annie Hall (1977): Woody Allen and Diane Keaton star in this raw, psychologically accurate comedy about a romance and where it went wrong.
Jerry Maguire (1996): Show me the…money? Tom Cruise, Renee Zellweger, and Cuba Gooding Jr. star in this classic romantic comedy about love, success, and friendship.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961): Audrey Hepburn is the classiest escort of all time in this film that proves love knows no boundaries or professions.
Along Came Polly (2004): Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston are the objects of each other’s odd, neurotic, and always interesting affection after an affair destroys a marriage.
Footloose (1984): Once a classic, always a classic. Watch hundreds of people learn the value of a little two step in a town that otherwise despises the whole body experience that is dancing.
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008): A man who learns of his new wife’s distaste for him decides to disguise himself and make her fall in love with him through the art of dance in this Bollywood musical romantic comedy.
Dirty Dancing (1987): Nobody puts Baby in a corner, and no one puts this film on a shelf for too long. A classic in the romance department, this one is always good for a lovey dovey night in.
Me Late Chocolate (2013): When a woman’s fiance dies, she decides to really indulge in chocolate. It’s mostly to deal with her emotions over such a tough loss,, but it helps her cravings too.
Sleepless in Seattle (1993): The chemistry between Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks is undeniable and they are barely on screen together during the movie. This is a successfully typical rom-com for the Hanks or Ryan fan, or just someone who likes an unlikely love story.
An Affair to Remember (1957): You might not know this, but Sleepless in Seattle was actually loosely based on this classic. Lovers who made a pact to meet at the top of the Empire State building six months after their steamy affair may or may not make it together in the end, but you’ll have to watch the magic of the irreplaceable Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr to find out. Poignant and painfully sad, this movie is a must-see for the ultimate romantic.