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Romantic Movies To Stream On Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime This Valentine’s Day

For some couples, staying indoors and watching TV is the most romantic Valentine’s date imaginable. In 2018, “Netflix and chill” has expanded to “Hulu and chill,” “Amazon Prime and chill” and “CBS All Access and chill.” (Fine, maybe not that last one. Yet.)

But for any iteration of that date, you need the right film. As good as Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk was, that’s not going to set the mood for your romantic night in. (Unless you’re dating someone whose idea of romance is deconstructing the glorification of war, in which case, Dunkirk it up.) The rest of us will stick to lighthearted romances—such as the ones listed below, all available to stream on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime.

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

If you and/or your partner never have never seen Audrey Hepburn in her Academy Award-nominated, Halloween costume-inspiring role, remedy that this Valentine’s Day. Just make sure to get at least to Hepburn singing “Moon River” before you move on to the “and chill” portion of the evening. 

13 Going on 30 (2004)

Yes, 13 Going on 30 essentially ripped off the plot of Big, but it handled the romance so much better. Both you and your S.O. will fall in love with Mark Ruffalo and ’80s music. This film is also arguably Jennifer Garner’s best role. Why won’t she return to comedy?!

Atonement (2007)

Before Saoirse Ronan was an Academy Award-nominated actress for Brooklyn or Lady Bird, she earned an Academy Award nomination for Atonement. Marvel at her tiny, 12-year-old talent, and the electric chemistry between Keira Knightley and James McAvoy in this adaption of Ian McEwan’s 2001 romance novel.

Atonement-012 Saoirse Ronan in ‘Atonement.’ Focus Features

Hitch (2005)

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