10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!


Valentine’s Day is the best day to enjoy with your loved one. If you plan to spend this day with your partner or lover while chilling at home, then it’s better to have a Netflix subscription to binge-watch some romantic movies. We will suggest some romantic comedies you can watch and enjoy. So, let’s begin by looking at the ten films to watch on Netflix this Valentine’s Day. 

The ten best films to watch in this love season include 365 Days, Set It Up, Someone Great, Always Be My Maybe, and many more. 

For more information about movies and the film’s plot, stay tuned through the article until the end. 

Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day

1. The Guernsey Literary Potato Pie Society (2018)

I realize the title of that movie sounds fancy. However, there are some charming aspects to The Guernsey Literary Potato Peel Pie Society. Guernsey, set in 1946, follows writer Juliet (Lily James) as she makes her way to the island of Guernsey to attend a book club. She has been corresponding with a man named Dawsey (Michiel Huisman), and upon meeting Dawsey and the club, she rapidly becomes enamored with both Dawsey and the small-town charms. 

2. 365 Days (2020)

365 Days is an excellent choice if you’re searching for a sensual and spicy flick for V-Day, even though the plot is a complete jumble and it’s not that sophisticated. Don’t take the Polish se*ual drama too seriously or examine it too thoroughly. Think of it like 50 Shades of Grey

In this mafia romance, we follow Laura (Anna-Maria Sieklucka) and Massimo (Michele Morrone) as Massimo falls in love with her after being seduced by her beauty and gives her 365 days to do so. Even though this film toes the line between consent and logic, there’s no denying that Morrone and Sieklucka give their all in their roles, and the scenes—wow, they’re hot—are intense.

3. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

You won’t find a more enjoyable young adult romance on Netflix than To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before if you search for something lighthearted and enjoyable to read. Drawing inspiration from Jenny Han’s book, the narrative centers on Lara Jean (Lana Condor), a teenage girl whose darkest dreams come true when five letters she addressed to her hidden crushes go unnoticed. 

Lara Jean is scared that her former crush, Peter (Noah Centineo), will interfere with her relationship with Josh (Israel Broussard). As a result, Lara Jean and Peter decide to stage a romance to see each other again. Presuming to be together naturally leads to the two developing genuine feelings for one another.

4. Someone Great (2019)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

One of Netflix’s recent romantic comedies, Someone Great, thrives between a love story and a wild night-out comedy. It follows a young woman (Gina Rodriguez) as she spends one final wild night with her best friends before moving out of town for a new career. Oh, and her seven-year boyfriend recently broke up with her. LaKeith Stanfield plays the lover in question in the most endearing way possible, and their chemistry is so strong that it keeps you engrossed in their romance even though you know it’s ended.

5. Alex Strangelove (2018)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

The idea that Alex Strangelove is an R-rated film, even though it most clearly didn’t need to be, is amusing. This John Hughes-esque tale uses the word “fuck” far too frequently. It exhibits extreme awkwardness when it comes to sexual relations—as one could anticipate from any couple of high school seniors consumed with their virginity. And that’s essentially the plot of this film but with a sweet twist. 

The class president, Alex Truelove (the charming Daniel Doheny, who is unrelated to Jay Baruchel in some way), has given himself a deadline to give up his virginity to his sweetheart, Claire (Madeline Weinstein, who gives a thin character amazing, almost tragic depths). However, things worsen when Alex meets Elliot, an old and proud gay recent high school graduate, and becomes obsessed with him.

6. Set It Up (2018)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

Set It Up by Claire Scanlon is a cute romantic comedy worth checking out if you’re looking for something new to watch but don’t want to see something from ten years ago for the hundredth time. The story centers on two troubled assistants (Glen Powell and Zoey Deutch) who decided to set up their bosses (Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs, respectively) to just obtain some much-needed downtime from their taxing occupations. But despite all of their cunning, they begin to develop feelings for one another. The rom-com beats are obvious from a distance, but they’re executed so flawlessly that you won’t mind.

7. The Incredible Jessica James (2017)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

Since her time on The Daily Show, Jessica Williams hasn’t received the recognition she deserves, but the independent romantic comedy The Incredible. Since then, Jessica James has been in lead roles for the first time and always brightens the screen. Although Jessica James’s character may not be as unique as the title suggests (in reality, she’s very arrogant and naive), Williams manages to make you love her despite her flaws by portraying her as passionate, honest, and ambitious. The incessantly endearing Chris O’Dowd provides a supporting role that undoubtedly helps, and the two have a strong connection as they attempt to steer clear of heartbreak and toward something fresh and good.

8. Ibiza: Love Drunk (2018)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

Ibiza: Love Drunk may not have been the clear victor of Netflix’s Summer of Love in 2019, but the errant comedy does have one thing going for it: the stars have incredible chemistry. If you’re a bodyguard fan who wants to relive Richard Madden, you don’t have to search any further—unless you can’t stand a terrible set of highlights. In that case, you ought to keep looking. Gillian Jacobs portrays Harper as a young professional who gets accepted on her first international work trip. However, when her closest friends accompany her, Harper decides to skip work to go out with a hot DJ.

9. Always Be My Maybe (2019)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

With Set It Up (2018), Netflix made a significant comeback to the romantic comedy genre, and its 2019 offering, Always Be My Maybe, is just as endearing. The movie, co-written and co-starred by Ali Wong and Randall Park, centers on two best friends who were infatuated in their teens but later drifted apart. Even though their lives have taken quite different turns, they are forced to reunite as adults. With some beautifully paced emotional passages, the film takes its time, and Park and Wong work incredibly well together.

10. Marriage Story (2019)

10 Films To Watch On Netflix This Valentines Day!

Yes, Marriage Story isn’t the most romantic film ever created, so view it with caution if you want to see it on Valentine’s Day, but at its core, it is a love tale. Although Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson’s characters don’t wind up together in the end, writer/director Noah Baumbach never lets you forget the love that existed (and still will, to some extent) as we follow their divorce processes. This film explores how relationships that aren’t meant to endure can nevertheless be valuable for a while and how the divorce process can rob the people at its core of their power.

Final Words 

I hope this article has given you enough movie names to enjoy with your Valentine’s. So, if any of these movies are your favorite or your beloved’s favorite, then binge-watch the movie this love season. For the latest updates on movies and entertainment, keep checking Viebly’s website. 

Ujwal Mattoo
Ujwal Mattoo
With full journalism and half engineering background, Ujwal has hands in both the tech and creative fields. He is a film enthusiast who loves all kinds of genres. As much as he enjoys watching movies, he is always amused to know more and write about the locations to feed his hunger for traveling. In this world of fictional louds, he voices his opinions softly! He is either busy writing or playing with Milo, his dog!


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