Best Romantic movies on Netflix!

Best Romantic movies on Netflix!

Published on November 12, 2022 15:27 PM by Andrew Koschiev

Humans evolved to fall in love, which is a learned behavior. There is much to learn from the love stories, including romance, sci-fi entanglements, and love stories with messy moments featuring impressive ensembles. There are exciting movies on Netflix based on mood, from romantic dramas to comedic quirks. Currently, Netflix has the best romantic movies and feature films on the streaming service. Without further delay, pick your best romantic Movie from the below list, and it's time to watch!


Call Me by Your Name 

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Year of Release: 2017

Director: Luca Guadagnini

Genre: Romance, Drama

Ratings: 94% Rotten Tomatoes, 7.8/10 IMDb. 

Cast:

Armie Hammer as Oliver, 

Timothee Chalamet as Elio Perlman

Michael Stuhlbarg as Mr Perlman

Amira casar as Annella Perlman

Esther Garrel as Marzia

Victoire Du Bois as Chiara

Antonio Rimoldi as Anchises

Marco Sgrosso as Nico

Andre Aciman as Mounir

Peter Spears as Isaac

Beppe Grillo as himself.

Call Me by Your Name is a romantic film. The Movie is based on a fictional book of the same title 'Call Me by Your Name. Timothee Chalamet earned the Best Actor for his portrayal of Elio Perlman. This Movie shows a romantic relationship between 17-year-old Elio Perlman and Oliver, a 24-year-old graduate student assistant of Elio's father. Finally, Elio and Oliver end up together. The two live in the house where they spent the first summer. 

Awards!

At the 90th Academy Awards, the Movie received four nominations, including Best Picture and Actor, and won Best Adapted Screenplay. 

The screenplay won at the 23rd Critics Choice Awards, the 71st British Academy Film Awards, and the 70th Writers Guild of America Awards. 

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Chocolat 

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Year of Release: 2000

Director: Lasse Hallstrom

Genre: Comedy, Romance and drama

Ratings: 64% Rotten Tomatoes, 7.3/10 IMDb

Cast: 

Juliette Binoche as Vianne Rocher

Victoire Thivisol as Anouk Rocher

Taylor-Isherwood

Judi Dench as Armande Voizin

Alfred Molina as Comte de Reynaud

Lena Olin as Josephine Muscat

Johnny Depp as Roux

Hugh O’Conor as Pere Henri

Carrie-Anne Moss as Caroline Clairmont

Aurelien Parent-Koenig as Luc Clairmont

Peter Stormare as Serge Muscat

Helene Cardona as Francoise ‘Fuffi’ Drou

Antonio Gil as Jean-Marc Drou

Elisabeth Commelin as Yvette Marceau

Ron Cook as Alphonse Marceau

Leslie Caron as Madame Audel

John Wood as Guillaume Blerot

Michele Gleizer as Madame Rivet

Dominique MacAvoy as Madame Pouget

Amaud Adam as George Rocher

Christianne oliveira as Chitza Rocher

Tatyana Yassukovich, the narrator. 

Chocolat is based on the 1999 novel Chocolat written by the English author Joanne Harris and directed by Lasse Hallstrom. It tells the story of Vianne Rocher, who arrives in the fictional French village of Lansquenet-sous-Cannes at the beginning of Lent with Anouk, her six-year-old daughter. 'Chocolat' is all about a war between the force of paganism and Christianity. The heroine has chocolate on her side as she wins, delaying her victory. Because, during Lent, many locals are not eating chocolate. 

Awards!

The film received many accolades for its screenplay, direction, acting, and music. 

The film received five nominations at the 73rd Academy Awards for Best Picture. 

Binoche won the European Film Award as Best Actress.

Dench was awarded a Screen Actors Guild Award. 

To All the Boys: Always and Forever

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Year of Release: 2021

Director: Michael Fimognari

Genre: Comedy, Romance, and drama

Ratings: 65% Rotten Tomatoes, 6.3/10 IMDb

Cast: 

Lana Condor as Lara Jean

Noah Centineo as Peter 

Janel Parrish as Margot

Anna Cathcart as Kitty

John Corbett as Dr. Covey

Sarayu Blue as Trina Rothschild

Madeleine Arthur as Christine

Ross Butler as Trevor

Emilija Baranac as Genevieve

Trezzo Mahoro as Lucas

Kelcey Mawema as Emily

Sofia Black-D’Elia as Heather

Henry Thomas as Mr. Kavinsky

To All the Boys: Always and Forever is one of the American teen romantic comedy films starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. The film is based on the novel Jenny Han's 2017 Always and Forever, Lara Jean, and is a sequel to To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020). The third and final installment is in the To All the Boys film series. Lara Jean writes letters to her five crushes, but she never meant to send them. Now they are out and wreaking havoc on her life. 

Awards!

Winner in Guild of Music Supervisors Awards for Best Music Supervision for Television Movie

Winner in MTV Movie + TV Awards for Best Movie

Nominee in Guild of Music Supervisors Awards for Best song written and Recorded for television

Nominee in Leo Awards for Best Production Design in a Motion Picture

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Malcolm & Marie 

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Year of Release: 2021

Director: Sam Levinson

Genre: Romance and drama

Ratings: 53% Rotten Tomatoes, 6.7/10 IMDb

Cast: 

Zendaya

John David Washington

Malcolm & Marie is an American black-and-white romantic drama. The filmmaker on the brink of Hollywood glory and his girlfriend, whose story made his career, find them pushed towards a single tumultuous night that decides the fate of their relationship. They celebrate the night when their revelations about past relationships arise, testing the strength of their bond in the face of an incoming, drastic change. 

Awards!

Winner in Black Reel Awards for Outstanding Cinematography

Winner in ReFrame on Feature, Narrative & Animated Feature

Winner of Santa Barbara International Film Festival for Zendaya

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Along for the Ride 

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Year of Release: 2022

Director: Sofia Alvarez

Genre: Romance and drama

Ratings: 6.1/10 IMDb

Cast: 

Emma Pasarow as Auden

Belmont Cameli as Eli

Kate Bosworth as Heidi

Laura Kariuki as Maggie

Andie MacDowell as Victoria

Dermot Mulroney as Robert

Genevieve Hannelius as Leah

Samia Finnerty as Esther

Paul Karmiryan as Adam

Marcus Scribner as Wallace

Ricardo Hurtado as Jake

Along for the Ride is an American romantic drama film based on the novel of the same name by Sarah Dessen. The film is about Auden meeting the mysterious Eli the summer before college, a fellow insomniac. The two embark on a night to discover themselves and experience the laidback teen life she didn't know she yearned for. 

Always Be My Maybe – 2019

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Year of Release: 2019

Director: Nahnatchka Khan

Genre: Romance and comedy

Ratings: 64% Rotten Tomatoes, 6.8/10 IMDb

Cast: 

Ali Wong as Sasha Tran

Randall Park as Marcus Kim

James Saito as Harry Kim

Michelle Buteau as Veronica

Vivian Bang as Jenny

Karan Soni as Tony

Charlyne Yi as Ginger

Susan Park as Judy Kim

Daniel Dae Kim as Brandon Choi

Keanu Reeves as himself

Lyrics born as Quasar

Casey Wilson as Chloe

Raymond Ma as Quoc Tran

Peggy Lu as Sandy Tran

Peter New as Goat Guy

Always Be My Maybe is an American romantic comedy film in this Park and Wong as childhood friends Marcus and Sasha, who had not been in touch since a brief teenage fling ended badly. She broke up with him and moved to San Francisco, where fate reunites her with Marcus. The two started hanging out again and recollecting old memories. 

Awards!

Winner at Chicago Indie Critics Awards on Best Original Song

Nominee at Guild of Music Supervisors Awards on Best Music supervision for Film Budgeted under 25 Million

Nominee at Hollywood Critics Association Midseason Awards on Best Female Director

Nominee at Houston Film Critics Society Awards on Best Original Song

Nominee at People's Choice Awards, USA, on Favorite Comedy Movie Star

Marriage Story 

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Year of Release: 2019

Director: Noah Baumbach

Genre: Drama

Ratings: 94% Rotten Tomatoes, 7.9/10 IMDb

Cast: 

Scarlett Johansson as Nicole Barber

Adam Driver as Charlie's barber

Laura Dern as Nora Fanshaw

Alan Alda as Bert Spitz

Ray Liotta as Jay Marotta

Ashley Robertson as Henry Barber

Julie Hagerty as Sandra

Merritt Wever as Cassie

Wallace Shawn as Frank

Martha Kelly as Nancy Katz

Mark O’Brien as Carter Mitchum

Matthew Shear as Terry

Brooke Bloom as Mary Ann

Kyle Bornheimer as Ted

Mickey Sumner as Beth

Robert Smigel, as Mediator

Rich Flucher as Judge Neil Tilden

Lucas Neff as Pablo

Tunde Adebimpe as Sam

Marriage Story, Johansson and Adam Driver as a warring couple going through a coast-to-coast divorce. They divorce when Nicole realizes her marriage is serving Charlie but not her through moments like these, and she decides to file for divorce. 

Awards!

The film got 128 wins and 275 nominations. 

Among many accolades, the film received six nominations at the 92nd Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actor, and Actress. 

Dern won the Academy Award, the Golden Globe, the Screen Actors Guild Award, the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress, and the Critics Choice Movie Award. 

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