15 best romantic Valentine’s Day movies to stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+

Marriska Fernandes
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Queue up these romantic flicks this Valentine's Day or even for your next at-home movie night. (Getty Images)
Queue up these romantic flicks this Valentine's Day or even for your next at-home movie night. (Getty Images)

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With Valentine’s Day just around the corner and the lockdown still going strong in many cities, this means that many will be staying in to celebrate the holiday. Cozying up with dinner and a movie sounds like quite the ideal date night, and whether it be a romantic night with your significant other or a Galentine's Day viewing party, there are many options on streaming platforms to get you in the right mood.

To make it even easier to find the perfect flick, did you know that there are secret codes on Netflix to unlock a selection of movies and TV series? Just type in netflix.com/browse/genre/[add code number] into your web browser and then let the love (or lack thereof) flow. Check out some of the codes:

Netfllix Valentine's Day. Image via Netflix
Netfllix Valentine's Day. Image via Netflix

Feel-good Romantic Movies - 35714, Gal Pal TV Shows - 1143288, Love and Dating Reality TV - 81233168, Love Hurts - 2708690, LGBTQ+ Romance - 3329, Movies for Hopeless Romantics - 81495, Quirky Romance - 36103, Romantic Dramas based on Books - 7940, Romantic Favorites - 502675, Romantic Love Triangle Movies - 76385, Romantic Tearjerkers - 9257, Romantic Teen Comedies - 3186, Steamy Romance - 29281, Twisted Romance - 81236278.

From steamy romance to sweet rom-coms, classics to toxic relationship dramas and everything in-between, we’ve got a selection of some of the best movies now streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+ that will satisfy all Valentine’s Day moods.

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Netflix

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Image via IMDB
To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Image via IMDB

This teen movie based on the books by Jenny Han gives you all the feels as Lara Jean’s (Lana Condor) quiet high school life is turned upside down when her secret letters to her crush are mailed out. If you liked this one, there are two more films to enjoy: “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” and “To All the Boys: Always and Forever (premiering Feb. 12).”

The Kissing Booth

The Kissing Booth. Image via IMDB
The Kissing Booth. Image via IMDB

High school student Elle’s (Joey King) first kiss leads to a forbidden romance, as the guy is her best friend’s older brother. The story continues in “The Kissing Booth 2,” with another instalment on the way for summer 2021.

Malcolm & Marie

Malcolm & Marie. Image via IMDB
Malcolm & Marie. Image via IMDB

After returning from a movie premiere, filmmaker Malcolm (John David Washington) and his girlfriend Marie (Zendaya) discuss all the things that are bothering them in this intimate and emotional look at relationships.

Bridgerton

Bridgerton. Image via IMDB
Bridgerton. Image via IMDB

If you’re looking for a buzzworthy, steamy pick, this little series titled “Bridgerton” is well worth your time. It follows the eight close-knit siblings of the Bridgerton family as they look for love and happiness in high society in Regency-era London.

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Crash Landing On You

Crash Landing on You. Image via IMDB
Crash Landing on You. Image via IMDB

This South Korean series is the second-highest-rated drama in Korean TV history, and has quickly become an international phenomenon. A paragliding mishap leaves a South Korean heiress in North Korea and she lands straight into the life of an army officer, who decides he will help her hide.

Titanic

Titanic. Image via IMDB
Titanic. Image via IMDB

As they sail across the Atlantic on the doomed Titanic, a young woman named Rose falls for struggling artist Jack Dawson. Starring none other than Hollywood’s favourite couple Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing. Image via IMDB
Dirty Dancing. Image via IMDB

A 17-year-old Frances (Jennifer Grey) falls for her dancing instructor (Patrick Swayze) while she spends time with her family in the mountains over the course of an unforgettable a summer.

The Notebook

The Notebook. Image via IMDB
The Notebook. Image via IMDB

Another classic based on one of Nicholas Sparks's best-selling novels, this time following two young lovers as they are torn apart by war and class differences in the 1940s. Starring: Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams.

Amazon Prime Video

Serendipity

Serendipity. Image via IMDB
Serendipity. Image via IMDB

This rom-com follows a New Yorker (John Cusack) and a British woman (Kate Beckinsale) as their meet-cute moment is short-lived, and they let fate determine if they are meant to be together.

Love, Actually

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Love Actually. Image via IMDB

This heartfelt film from director Richard Curtis follows the lives of eight London couples who work on their relationships in different ways, and stars an ensemble cast featuring Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Liam Neeson, and Laura Linney (among others).

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Notting Hill

Notting Hill. Image via IMDB
Notting Hill. Image via IMDB

British bookseller William (Hugh Grant) meets and falls in love with an American actress named Anna (Julia Roberts). However, due to their different social statuses, they find it difficult to make their relationship work.

Mr. & Mrs. Smith

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Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Image via IMDB

Starring Hollywood’s famous former couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at their finest, a husband and wife don’t realize that they are both secretly working as assassins for opposing parties. Now, their respective assignments require them to kill each other.

Disney+

Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Beauty and the Beast. Image via IMDB
Beauty and the Beast. Image via IMDB

Belle (Emma Watson), is taken prisoner by the beast (Dan Stevens), who was previously a prince that has since become trapped in his castle. With the help of the castle’s enchanted staff, Belle soon gets to know that there’s more to the beast than meets the eye.

Cinderella (2015)

Cinderella. Image via IMDB
Cinderella. Image via IMDB

In this live-action retelling of the Disney classic, Cinderella (Lily James) finds herself at the mercy of her stepmother and her stepsisters. While attending a ball at the castle, she falls in love with the dashing Prince Charming (Richard Madden), but must keep her identity a secret.

Tangled

Tangled. Image via IMDB
Tangled. Image via IMDB

Rapunzel (voiced by Mandy Moore) is locked up in a tower by her overly protective mother, but her wish to escape finally comes true when she meets the good-hearted thief, Flynn Ryder (voiced by Zachary Levi).

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