Romantic movies may not be your thing but when Cupid shoots you in the behind with an arrow all crazy things start to happen and you see the world through a filter of love. If that is you right now, then these Netflix movies should be on the top of your list.

Pride And Prejudice

Based on the 1813 novel, Pride and Prejudice depicts the story of five sisters from an English family as they deal with life’s problems and challenges such as marriage, love, death and betrayal. Kiera Knightley stars in the lead role of Elizabeth Bennet. She won an Academy Award for her role. The film is a light-hearted lesson on the facts of life and how being superficial can be one’s downfall.

Happy Anniversary

This is one of the most relatable romance Netflix movies you can watch. Starring Noel Wells and Ben Schwartz, the film follows the story of a husband and wife who, on their third anniversary, decide whether or not they still want to be together or end their marriage. It is a dysfunctional Rom-Com that will tug at your heartstrings.

Hello, My Name Is Doris

Sally Field stars as a social hermit in her 60s that falls head over heels for a young co-worker. She loses her brother and decided to find happiness. This happiness is in the form of this bachelor. The film follows her story as she tries to pretend she is not falling for this guy while basically obsessing over him. It is all too awkward to watch but you cannot look away.

The Notebook

Based on the 1996 novel, The Notebook is probably one of the most popular romantic films of recent years. The story follows a young couple that falls in love in the 1940s and the story is told through narration by an elderly man. The film’s plot revolves around the young man who is poor yet deeply in love with a rich young lady. However, they cannot be together due to their social differences.

Holding The Man

This romantic drama is based on the 1995 memoir of the same name and follows the story of two Australian men that fall in love. It is a light-hearted film about the men and their journey together in life through school, adulthood and the challenges they faced being gay men in a world of unacceptance.

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