After a tiring day at the office, all we want is a perfect getaway from the real world. And what better than watching a good rom-com while relaxing on your sofa and munching on your favorite snacks? But if this makes you more confused than happy, fret not since we have done the job for you.
From heartaches to rejuvenated romances, from hating each other to falling in love with that person, these rom-coms on Netflix have all the love and passion you are searching for.
With labels like “Made of Honor,” “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” “Look Both Ways,” ” The Kissing Booth,” “Wedding Season,” and many more, continue reading to get to know about our favorite choices of the romantic comedies on Netflix and have fun swooning over watching these movies. Here are five new rom-coms to watch on Netflix.
1. Can You Keep A Secret:
In this 2019 movie, Emma (Alexandra Daddario) unintentionally reveals a whole lot of ignominious secrets to her company’s CEO, played by Tyler Hoechlin. As the movie progresses, the two fall in love with each other, but is it the same thing that both of them want, or is it something different, and could this romance distract Emma from her career?
2. Wedding Season:
After being forced by their parents to find spouses, Asha (Pallavi Sharda) and Ravi (Suraj Sharma) plan to fake their love for each other in order to make it through the summer of weddings that they are being forced to attend. But just like a classic rom-com, it doesn’t take long for them to dump their stratagem once they indeed start falling in love with each other.
3. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before:
When a pair of teenagers, Noah Centineo and Lana Condor, decide to make a contract to be a make-do boyfriend and girlfriend, they don’t expect the love to be real or even get in the way. But it doesn’t take long for them to get far beyond the contract and catch feelings for each other, and little before they know they are head over heels for each other. If you haven’t watched this till now, you are missing out on something great. There are also two other sequels to this movie, “To All the Boys P.S. I Still Love You,” and “To All the Boys Always and Forever.”
4. The Kissing Booth:
A high school girl enrolls to run a kissing booth at the Winter Carnival but gets way more than she asked for. When she falls head over heels for her best friend’s brother, an asymmetrical and complex love triangle appears. Fetching two sequels, “The Kissing Booth 2,” and “The Kissing Booth 3,” it’s an extremely banal story, but that exactly is what makes The Kissing Booth a predictable movie to watch when you feel like it, considering you go into this movie with right suppositions.
5. Murder Mystery:
In this movie, Jennifer Anniston and Adam Sandler get together to play a fatigued husband and wife who choose to go on a vacation to Europe, only to get lucky and meet up with a good-looking stranger on the plane (Luke Evans) that takes the pair to a closely acquainted family get together on the yacht of old billionaire Malcolm Quince (Terence Stamp). Though the things around them are pretty luxurious, things soon go south when Quince meets an untimely death, and to make matters even worse, everybody aboard the ship becomes a suspect. If you like the show, you can also check out “Murder Mystery 2.”