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by Bethany Ramos
Bethany Ramos is an editor, blogger, and chick lit author. Bethany works as Editor in Chief for Naturally Healthy Publications.
Whether or not you “Netflix and chill” this Valentine’s Day is entirely up to you, but at the very least, you’ll have more than a dozen cute movies to choose from for the day dedicated to love.
If you have Netflix or Amazon Prime, then read on. We’ve made a list of the best streaming movies to get you in that lovin’ mood.
Originally published January 2016. Updated January 2017.
This movie will make you cry for more than one reason: It's a sweet love story, and it totally makes you miss Heath Ledger.
Nobody does '90s romance like Sandra Bullock!
The movie that started it all. Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum met on the set of this 2006 film, and the rest was history.
The fairytale story of a peasant boy going to great lengths to save his one true love is a classic that shouldn't be skipped over on Valentine's Day.
The Other Sister is a beautiful love story that shows that love truly knows no bounds.
More Sandra Bullock '90s magic! This movie is a fun supernatural thriller that will also give you the warm fuzzies at the same time.
A beautifully made ‘50s classic that never loses its touch — and it also happens to be the romantic movie that sparks Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks’ love connection in Sleepless in Seattle.
Johnny Depp as eye candy playing in a movie about candy can only mean a Valentine’s Day you will never forget.
Add this one to your favorite indie rom-com list, as you watch Justin Long and Emmy Rossum explore love in parallel universes.
Try not to get handsy (and a little teary-eyed) as you watch Patrick and Demi’s unforgettable love unfold.
As one of the original queens of rom-com, you knew Meg Ryan was going to make this list, at least once. Meg and Hugh’s sweet love affair in this movie is, quite literally, timeless.
For a Valentine’s night in that is much more naughty than nice.
Steve Carell and Keira Knightley’s quirky take on modern love, as Carell sets off on a quest to reunite with an old flame before the world is hit by an asteroid, is totally unexpected.
Put on this classic for an early-relationship Valentine’s date that isn’t so serious. Matt and Minnie’s romance will still melt your heart.
Let this be a cautionary — and super-steamy — tale of how seduction can turn scary.
For those moments when you need John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale to help you believe in love and fate and everything in between.
Because that JLaw-BCoop sizzle never gets old. (Bonus points for exploring the “darker” side of love.)
A beloved ‘90s chick flick that you don’t want to miss: Gwyneth Paltrow’s life turns into two dramatically different realities when she misses the train.
Mature love can still be hot love, as Jack and Diane’s chemistry proves in this fun and feisty flick.
A Valentine’s Day with all the feelings wouldn’t be possible without a heart-wrenching (and well-rated) Nicholas Sparks movie.
An offbeat story with a huge plot twist, this funny and fresh movie about marital problems will keep you entertained.
Listen to Amélie speak the language of love (with subtitles), and you may never go back to plain old English again.
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