9 Best Romantic(ish) Comedies Streaming on Netflix Right Now


Netflix is a blessing and a curse. Sometimes, just the right thing pops up and you hit play and fall into your binging dreams. Other times, you scroll and scroll and scroll. Let’s avoid those times.

9 Best Romantic(ish) Comedies Streaming on Netflix Right Now:

1. “10 Things I Hate About You”

We’ll never know what happened to Julia Stiles, but we’ll always have her at her best dancing on that table to “Hypnotize” during this movie’s quintessential party scene. Heath Ledger was a treasure and this flick is always good.

2. “Can’t Buy Me Love”

Does it get any better than trying to learn to dance from PBS? No.

3. “Heavyweights”

This is Ben Stiller at his finest. And it might even inspire healthy changes in your life. Maybe.

4. “Something’s Gotta Give”

Diane Keaton is the only woman in the world who could get away with wearing a turtleneck at the beach. But, this movie is so quirky-good, you won’t even noticed.

5. “The Break-Up”

Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn make breaking up look way more fun than it is.

6. “The Parent Trap”

Let’s watch this movie, what do you say? We could have a swinging time.

7. “Adventures in Babysitting”

Elisabeth Shue and George Newbern? Why this movie isn’t playing in theatres on a loop every single day is a mystery to me.

8. “Joyful Noise”

Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah don’t find romance or anything, but they do sing some Gospel tunes together. That’s love.

9. “Harry and the Hendersons”

You may not believe in Big Foot, but you’ll believe in Harry after this one. Not to mention– animals are family.

Lauren Cowling
Born and raised in the South, Lauren grew up going to football games with her family and eating overcooked steak. When not writing, Lauren enjoys reading biographies, searching for pictures of puppies on the internet and drinking Sprite.

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