Netflix’s Seven Special Valentine’s Movies: There are plenty of new movies to watch, but thanks to Netflix’s current focus on original romance material, the true classics, winners, and box office takers are also thrown into the mix.

When Valentine’s Day rolls around, your thoughts may turn to romance. This may mean adding a romantic movie to your dinner reservations, picnic dates, or Netflix queues at a fine-dining restaurant. The problem is, there are so many Valentine’s specials to choose from. You may need help deciding what to look for.

So, without wasting any more time, get ready for the tender meat beat, public declaration of love, mind games, romantic gestures, slow dance, temptation and all other traditional romantic movies.

Netflix offers everything from rom-coms to teary tragedies and a little steamy.

Here’s a compilation of the best Valentine’s Day special movies currently streaming on Netflix.

1. To All The Boys I Loved Before

To all the boys I loved before

Director: Susan Johnson

Lara Jean keeps a love letter in the hatbox she received from her mother. They do not love her letters written for her. They are the letters she wrote herself, one for each boy she’s ever loved.

He writes them to pour out his heart and soul, all of which he never says directly, because his lyrics are for his eyes only. Lara Jean’s secret letter was sent through the mail, until her love life went from imaginary to out of control.

2. Silver lining playbook

Silver Linings Playbook

Director: David o Russell

Pat Solatano (Bradley Cooper) will live with his parents after losing his career and his wife and spending time in a psychiatric facility. He wants to get his life back on track and reconcile with his wife, but his parents will be happy to share his love for the Philadelphia Eagles.

When Pat meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), she offers to help him reunite with his wife in exchange for doing something very important to her. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper star in the most adorable and unappetizing romantic comedy.

Silver Linings Playbook’s message is deeper and more powerful than the superficial tagline of previous rom-coms. This movie should definitely be selected in the “Valentine’s Special” movie list.

3. Someone cool

someone cool

Director: Jennifer Kaytin Robinson

Up-and-coming music writer Jenny recently embraced her dream position at a venerable publication and is preparing to head to San Francisco. Her lover of nine years decided to call her to leave the relationship instead of continuing it over the phone.

Jenny joins her two closest companions, Aaron and Blair, on their latest crazy trip to New York City to heal her broken heart. someone great is a moving and entertaining story about friendship and love.

4. About 4 hours

good times

Director: Richard Curtis

When Tim Lake (Domhnhall Gleeson) turns 21, his father reveals a family secret. Family men can travel in time. Tim uses his time travel talents to find a girlfriend, meets Mary (Rachel McAdams) and falls head over heels for him.

But he realized that despite decades of time travel to perfect things, he couldn’t stop the problem from happening.

5. Moonlight (2016)


Director: Berry Jenkins

The movie “Moonlight” describes a person’s life in three stages: childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Moonlight is a film about an African-American boy who grew up in Miami, being bullied by his peers and abandoned by his mother at a young age.

Over the years, she has suffered for her identity, her disgusting emotions, and most importantly, her sexuality.

6. All The Bright Places (2022)

all the bright places

Director: Brett Haley

Theodore Finch (Justice Smith) battles mental illness, while Elle Fanning (Violet Marquee) deals with the loss of her sister in this coming-of-age story.

They must understand how to make their relationship work without letting previous hurts interfere with their love.

7. Notebook (2004)


Director: Nick Cassavetes

Nothing equals the power of a great love story. Artists and writers have devoted themselves to books and movies for years, hoping to capture the spirit of once-in-a-lifetime love.

Ally Calhorn (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling) attend a summer event at their North Carolina notebook. It contains a story within the story.

Fortunately, as the season progresses, their bond doesn’t fade and viewers get to fall in love with a couple who oppose age and disease. Fifteen years after the film’s release, fans are still relishing this love story.