Sooooooo we’ve watched To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before like 20 times. But who’s counting… It’s brought out the love sick teen in all of us! So, while we wait for the sequel to come out, here are our top 5 rom com Netflix picks to keep your thirst at bay.
1. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before
Let’s be honest, we’ll keep watching this netflix rom com on repeat. 😜 A teenage girl’s worst nightmare comes true when her secret love letters written for countless boys are actually given to them. It’s a *super* cute and witty teen romance film, that will have you obsessing over Peter and Lara Jean 4 Eva.
2. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Back in the day when Matthew McConaughey was in *every* romcom. We miss those days. Boy meets girl.. but she’s an advice columnist, writes about how to get a man to leave you in 10 days, insert Ben Berry (Matthew McConaughey), who is so confident in his romantic prowess that he thinks he can make any woman fall in love with him in 10 days *eye roll* but also, he’s smokin’…
3. My Best Friend’s Wedding
One of our fave Nineties rom coms is now on Netflix! Childhood friends Michael and Julienne had agreed to get married if they weren’t by 28, but a spanner is thrown in the works when Michael plans to marry someone else. We love Julia Roberts in this movie, and we all need a gay-bestie like George in our lives.
4. Sierra Burgess is a Loser
Another teen rom-com made by Netflix. Look it’s not that great… but it has Noah Centineo (aka Peter Kavinsky) it in, so we kinda had to watch it. A wrong-number text sparks a virtual romance between a smart but unpopular Sierra and a sweet jock (Noah, aka our internet boyfried) who thinks he’s talking to a gorgeous cheerleader…. Catfishing gone right?!
Also we *looooove* Shannon Purser, she really was the star in this.
5. Notting Hill
This movie has gotta have one of the best rom-com soundtracks eva! Also young Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts: what more could you ask for? It’s about a dorky London bookstore owner who falls for a crazy famous American actress. What’s not to love?