It's February which means that the next special occasion on everyone's mind is Valentine's Day.
Thus, we've picked out a bunch of Valentine's Day movies that you can watch with the other half.
Those of you who are a little more cynical can check out our anti Valentine's Day movie picks too.
Here's what to watch on Netflix this February 14th.
With over twenty recommendations, you are your partner are bound to find something you both agree on.
To All the Boys I Loved Before
What if all your past crushes found out how you felt about them… at the same time? Well that's what happens when the love letters Lara Jean wrote for every boy she’s ever loved are mysteriously mailed out.
It's a go-to when it comes to big screen romances so we couldn't not include 'The Notebook.' The film follows an elderly man reading a love story to a woman in a retirement home.
The life of cystic fibrosis patient Stella Grant (Haley Lu Richardson) utterly changes when she meets a fellow CF patient named Will Newman (Cole Sprouse). But a relationship seems impossible given CF patients have to stay at least 6 feet away from one another to prevent cross-infection.
Saucy scenes dominate this drama about a happily married couple (Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson) whose relationship is put to the ultimate test when a stranger (Robert Redford) offers a million dollars to sleep with the wife.
Pride and Prejudice
Most will swear by the BBC series, but the 2005 movie adaptation of 'Pride and Prejudice' starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfayden is still pretty damn romantic.
Set It Up
Two PAs hatch up a plan to set their bosses up with one another so they can finally get their own free time. But, inevitably, they start catching feelings for one another...
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging
We've picked a number of cute teen rom coms within our selection of Valentine's Day movies on Netflix. They don't get much cuter (and awkward) than 'Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging' as we follow a 14 year old experiencing kissing, love, and thongs, for the first time.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
In post-World War II Britain, the occupants of Guernsey, an island off the English Channel, invite a writer to come read at their book club. She comes to fall for the place and its people, and one individual in particular...
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Kate Hudson plays a writer for a women's magazine whose latest assignment is on repelling potential dates away. Matthew McConaughey makes a bet he can make any woman fall in love with him, and starts to date her. That's sure to create a mess.
The indie romantic comedy pretty much solely follows two cynical characters who make friends at a wedding that neither of them wants to be at. Few duos could pull it off as charismatically as Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder.
A period drama for 'Bridgerton' fans, 'Young Victoria' takes the romance between the titular queen (played by Emily Blunt) and Prince Albert (Rupert Friend) as its focus.
With Hugh Grant at his most floppy-haired and Julia Roberts at her most adorable, 'Notting Hill' is peak rom-com territory. Who can ever forget that line: "I'm also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her."
This underrated gem from Richard Curtis stars our own Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams in yet another film where she plays a Time Traveller's Wife.
Hitch (Will Smith) is a "date doctor" for hire who advises men that are unlucky in love how to woo the women of their dreams. Kevin James plays his latest client, who though hopeless, Hitch might learn a thing or two from.
Isn’t It Romantic
Rebel Wilson is the best she has ever been as a cynical singleton who lands in her worst nightmare - a PG-13 romantic comedy. It’s fun, sweet, snappy, chockablock with movie references (that aren’t limited to rom coms) and very entertaining.
The Five Year Engagement
Well, the story synopsis is in the title, really. Emily Blunt and Jason Segel play the titular long-engaged couple. Chris Pratt and Alison Brie make terrific, comedic supports.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
As much a celebration of life as new love, 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' is packed with humour and heart. It's got a terrific cast too between Jason Segel, Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Paul Rudd, Russell Brand, Bill Hader and Jonah Hill.
Fifty Shades of Grey
Look, we don't regard 'Fifty Shades of Grey' as particularly romantic (it's quite the opposite in fact). But some viewers like a bit of filth on February 14th, so naturally, we had to include it.
The Lake House
While 'The Lake House' is based on a pretty trippy, unbelievable concept of love letters being exchanged over time, it's pulled off thanks to the charm and chemistry of Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves, reunited after 'Speed'.
Bridget Jones's Diary
It may be more of a Christmas movie than a Valentine's Day movie, but such is the romantic nature of 'Bridget Jones's Diary' that one can easily return to it this February.
This latest iteration of Daphne du Maurier's renowned novel is spicier than previous iterations. Lily James, Armie Hammer, and Kristin Scott Thomas headline it.