I am a sucker for a good love story. Ever since I was little I enjoyed watching romantic comedies and reading books about falling in love. Still I enjoy these dreamy tales, that take me out of my reality and put me in someone else’s! I wanted to share this rush, so I looked to Netflix and found the best ones for you to enjoy this Valentine’s day! I loved watching these movies when single and now enjoy making Justin watch on occasion! So, without further ado, in no particular order, here’s what you should watch!
Something New Kenya McQueen is focused on her career. She is set up on a blind date, but cancels. After that, fate intervenes! She finds herself falling for a guy she never thought she’d be with. When her friends introduce her to executive Mark Harper, the kind of guy she always thought she’d be with, Kenya must decide who Mr. Perfect is!
Sex and the City
This fantastic movie tells the story of the friendship of four women: Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda. We follow their adventures, love, and heartbreak in New York. But let ‘s be honest, if you haven’t already seen this one, you need to get out more! (or maybe stay in?)
She’s out of my League
Kirk thinks he’s nothing special, and his friends agree, which is why everyone is surprised when he meets Molly, a beautiful and successful woman who is willing to date him. Kirk must learn how to accept their differences in appearance if their relationship is going to last!
If you’re wanting a good laugh, this is the one for you! Rob Anderson is in love and about to get married, but keeps waking up naked in an elevator! Throughout this hilarious rom-com he tries to get to the alter, but can’t make it until he does some reflection on himself, his bride to be, and their relationship.
Charlie St. Cloud
Zac Efron. Need I say more? Charlie (Zac) is crippled by his love for his now passed little brother, Sam. He meets up with Sam every day to play catch! The arrival of an old classmate in town, forces Charlie to decide between staying stuck in the past playing catch or moving forward to the future and the love it holds.
Love, Wedding, Marriage
Ava, a marriage counselor (Mandy Moore), gets a shock when she learns that her parents are getting a divorce after 29 years. As they come up on their 30th anniversary, Ava is determined to get them back together at any cost! But does that cost include her own marriage and career?
Let me know what your favorites are! I’m always looking for a new romance to sweep me off my feet! 😉