This is a classic Valentine’s Day film. Based on Nicholas Spark’s novel of the same title, the movie is a sweeping love story of Noah and Allie and is a must-watch. The movie is available on Hulu, Amazon Prime, Philo, Starz, and Sling TV.
IRL, a small, indie bookseller is at loggerheads with the owner of a big retail chain who is planning to buy her bookstore. However, in a world of anonymous emails, they are perfect for each other. This movie is available on Hulu and HBO Max.
This timeless movie has enthralled people across generations. It’s a fairytale adventure about a young woman and man, who are each other's one true love. They battle through obstacles, evils, and long separation to be together again. Catch it on Disney+ and Hulu.
Fair warning: Be ready to be a hot mess of sobs and tears. Based on John Green’s acclaimed novel, this movie will leave a lasting impression about what love is even when all hope is lost. You’ll find this movie on Amazon Prime.
Julia Delphy and Ethan Hawke’s slow-burning chemistry is undeniable. There are tons of conversations on love, relationships, intimacy, and, of course, some brilliant cinematography and acting. If this is something you and your significant other like, watch this on Hulu or Amazon Prime.
A Hollywood superstar meets an ordinary English bookseller. What happens next? Some awkwardness and lots of heartwarming moments. This Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant movie is another classic for V-day celebrations at home. It’s available on Hulu and Netflix.
Based on Erich Segal’s novel, this film is perfect for people who love sappy romance flicks. A rich guy falls in love with a middle-class girl, and they marry. But, not all love stories have happy endings...or do they? Watch this one on Hulu.
Looking to add an old Hollywood classic to the list? You and your significant person will definitely enjoy this Gene Kelly film starring Barbara Streisand. Did you know this rom-com movie is based on a Broadway musical? It is available on Disney+.
Yes, we know, Jack would’ve survived. But then, this movie would not have been an epic romance, would it? Whichever side of the argument you take, this movie never gets boring. Watch it on Hulu, Starz, Sling TV, Amazon Prime, and Philo.
Available on Hulu, this 2019 French romantic drama is a beautiful cinematic masterpiece. Based in 1770, it is about a young woman, Heloise, who falls in love with Marianne, an artist commissioned to paint her portrait. This delicate romantic historical drama will leave you spell-bound.
Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, this romantic drama is based on Patricia Highsmith’s 1952 book, The Price of Salt . When Therese (Rooney Mara) spots Carol (Cate Blanchett), they become fast friends and fall in love. Find this movie on Netflix.
Based on a true story, this biographical drama is about Mildred and Richard, an interracial couple, who fell in love and got married. When the state of Virginia jailed and banished them, they fought for their love. Find this gem on Hulu and Netflix.
Another masterpiece by Nicholas Sparks! A bad boy falls in love with the school nerd, and his life changes forever. This coming-of-age romantic film is still remembered for Shane West and Mandy Moore, who made for an adorable couple. Catch this on Netflix.
After dumping three grooms at the altar, Maggie (Julia Roberts) is called “the Runaway Bride” by Ike (Richard Gere), a journalist. When Ike’s article is questioned, he tries to prove that Maggie is the bride who runs away. Catch this classic-rom com on Netflix.
Fan of K-drama? Get together with bae and catch this Korean romantic movie on Netflix. The plot follows a teenager and a student who meet at a bakery. Over the years, they keep meeting and losing each other. Would they have a happily ever after?
Tired of the same ol’ romantic tropes? Go offbeat and watch this movie from the brilliant Studio Ghibli. This movie is a cinematic marvel with excellent animation and landscape. With beautiful fantasy elements, it’s about blooming young love. You can watch this on HBO Max.
Available on HBO Max, this Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood 1995 romantic drama is based on Robert James Waller’s best-selling book. Spanning over four days, it’s a moving love story between two soulmates who have met only too late in life.
Another Meg Ryan movie? Yes, please! Meg Ryan and Nora Ephron defined romance in the ‘90s. Plus, that epic fake orgasm scene made the movie unforgettable. Catch this romcom on Hulu, Sling TV, and Amazon Prime.
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan made the ultimate dream couple in the ‘90s. Written by the celebrated screenwriter Nora Ephron, the film's climax ends on Valentine’s day. Find this movie on Hulu, Sling TV, Starz, Amazon Prime, and Philo.