If you’re convinced you’ve scrolled through every possible feel-good movie there is on Netflix, think again. Buried within the thicket of the streaming site’s rich library are a few more fun and frothy films that you can enjoy if you’re up for a relatively easy and mindless watch.
To prove our point, we round up 10 feel-good romcom movies on Netflix that you might have missed.
1. The Five Year Engagement (2012)
After getting engaged a year into their relationship, Tom and Violet find that the walk toward the altar is a long and confusing road. Despite their desire to tie the knot, the pair get entangled in unexpected events and circumstances that keep delaying their big day. Can they eventually make it to their happily ever after or will they let the bumps along the way sever their engagement?
Starring: Emily Blunt, Jason Segel, Alison Brie, Chris Pratt
2. The Other Woman (2014)
All hell breaks loose when Kate learns about her husband’s infidelity with two other women who are clueless about his marriage. Scorned and vengeful, the three unlikely friends get together to plot the three-timer’s downfall, all while each finding genuine love along the way.
Starring: Cameron Diaz, Nicki Minaj, Kate Upton, Leslie Mann
3. Love, Wedding, Repeat (2020)
A mountain of trouble ensues as Jack goes through different versions of the same day to make sure his little sister gets the perfect wedding. Included in the revolving door of obstacles he has to face are an angry ex-girlfriend, an uninvited guest with a secret, a misplaced sleep sedative, and an unexpected reunion with the girl of his dreams.
Starring: Olivia Munn, Sam Claflin, Eleanor Tomlinson
4. The Sweetest Thing (2002)
Absolutely smitten with a real-estate agent she met at a night-club, Christina drops everything and drags her best friends on a crazy road trip to try and track him down. Their end goal? To gate crash his brother’s wedding.
Starring: Christina Applegate, Cameron Diaz, Selma Blair
5. Blind Date (2015)
Opposites clash in this French romcom when a puzzle-inventor who craves silence meets his match in the form of his new neighbor; a shy pianist who absolutely cannot live without music.
Starring: Melanie Bernier, Clovis Cornillac
6. Angus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging (2008)
A true underrated teen classic, Angus, Thong, and Perfect Snogging follows the coming-of-age of an eccentric 14-year-old girl who documents all the ups and downs of her youth in a diary. Within the makings of her unforgettable year is finally learning how to kiss the boy she likes.
Starring: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Georgia Groome, Karen Taylor
7. Desperados (2020)
After sending a misinformed vile email to her new boyfriend, a woman rushes to Mexico with her two friends to delete the message in hopes of saving her budding relationship.
Starring: Nasim Pedrad, Anna Camp, Sarah Burns, Robbie Amell
8. Alex Strangelove (2018)
Rekindle the familiar perils of high school love and heartbreak in Alex Strangelove. The perfect student with the perfect girlfriend, Alex’s cookie-cutter life takes an exciting turn when he meets a charming boy that has him questioning his sexuality.
Starring: Daniel Doheny, Antonio Marziale, Madeline Weinstein
9. License to Wed (2007)
Newly engaged, Sadie finally gets to plan the wedding of her dreams with her fiance Ben. However, the couple encounter a detour when her pastor insists on putting them through a grueling marriage preparation course to see if they’re compatible enough to tie the knot in his church.
Starring: John Krasinski, Mandy Moore, Robin Williams
10. Alfie (2004)
Seasoned with a pinch of drama, this romantic comedy centers on Alfie, a cocky womanizer with the habit of bedding every woman he meets. When his selfish actions finally cause a dent in his personal relationships, he takes a swing at a monogamous life. Unfortunately for Alfie, he’ll soon find that old habits die hard.
Starring: Jude Law, Marisa Tomei, Sienna Miller