9 Rom-Coms You Can Stream On Netflix Right Now

Show us someone who claims to hate romantic comedies, and we’ll show you a liar. Sometimes you just need to watch a lighthearted tale of two people falling in love and a makeover montage or two, not an Oscar-winning drama that will reduce you to a puddle of tears mixed with the Pinot you accidentally sloshed over the sides of your wine glass.

In that spirit, we rounded up 11 of our favorite rom-coms that you can stream on Netflix. So put on your pj’s, pour some wine and loudly tell your television to play (because who uses remotes anymore?).

Sony Pictures


Will Smith as a "date doctor" and Eva Mendes as a tabloid journalist, hidden identities and a classic seafood-allergy scene? Yes, please.

Revolution Studios

13 Going On 30

Jennifer Garner stars as a 13-year-old who time travels into her adult body just before her 30th birthday. She reunites with her middle school best friend, played by Mark Ruffalo, and—not to get too Taylor Swift—sparks fly.

Universal Pictures

Bridget Jones's Diary

A classic pick starring Renée Zellweger as the title character. Come for the laughs, stay for the Hugh Grant and Colin Firth.

The Weinstein Company

Begin Again

Mark Ruffalo strikes again in this charming flick about a chance encounter between two lovelorn people. Keira Knightley also stars.

Magnolia Pictures

Drinking Buddies

Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson (of New Girl) lead this quirky, smart rom-com about two coworkers who are totally perfect for each other—except for the fact that they're both already in relationships.

Focus Features

For A Good Time, Call...

This movie manages to be both raunchy and sweet. Yes, it involves phone sex workers, and, yes, you will like it.

IFC Films

Save The Date

This indie rom-com is decidedly refreshing. It stars Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie as sisters trying to figure out their (romantic) lives.

Focus Features

Moonrise Kingdom

Aka the movie that inspired your 2012 Halloween costume. This whimsical tale, directed by Wes Anderson, follows two 12-year-olds who fall in love.

Universal Pictures/Spyglass

Leap Year

No, it's not the most inventive rom-com of the bunch, but this sweet tale starring Amy Adams and Matthew Goode is definitely worth the watch.