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8 Cheesy Romance Movies On Netflix That Star Your Favourite Canadian Actors

The perfect V-Day binge-watching material.
8 Cheesy Romance Movies On Netflix

Valentine's Day is officially upon us. If you're in a relationship, you may already be feeling lots of love today and have an exciting and romantic evening to look forward to. If you're single though, you may be less enthused about the holiday. Restaurants everywhere will be loaded with people on dates, so what better way to spend the evening than by watching Netflix Canada romance movies.

The streaming service has an awesome selection of everything from old classics that your parents grew up with to new and exciting original movies that will totally make your heart swoon. All you have to choose is which movie you want to start with.

What makes this list even better is that the movies aren't just sweet -- they also star some very talented Canadian actors who never fail it to kill it on the big screen.

Whether you're hoping to see classic Jim Carrey reprise another comedic role, or Canada's favourite Ryans (Gosling and Reynolds, of course) conquer the ups and downs of love, this list has something for everyone.

You don't need a partner to Netflix n' chill. Get yourself a bottle of wine, some tasty snacks, and get ready for a romantic V-Day in with your favourite movies.

La La Land

Rating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes

La La Land stars Ryan Gosling as Sebastian, the Jazz loving boyfriend of Mia. As the couple's relationship grows, they find that their ambitions and passions tear them apart just as much as they brought them together.

Definitely, Maybe

Rating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes

Canada's own Ryan Reynolds stars in Definitely, Maybe as a single father going through a divorce. When his young daughter begins to ask him questions, Reynolds' character relives his previous life by telling the stories of his misadventures in love.

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

Rating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes

Netflix's new movie, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You has more than one Canadian connection. The teen romance film stars Vancouver's Anna Cathcart, as well as Emilija Baranac and Madeleine Arthur.

Crazy Stupid Love

Rating: 79% on Rotten Tomatoes

Yet another Gosling film to add to your list is Crazy Stupid Love. The movie is about a middle-aged man named Cal who, after going through a divorce, learns how to pick up women at bars with the help of his younger friend, Jacob.

Yes Man

Rating: 46% on Rotten Tomatoes

Yes Man stars Jim Carrey as Carl, a man with low self-esteem, whose life is totally changed when he's faced with the challenge of saying "yes" to everything he encounters for an entire year.

Employee of the Month

Rating: 20% on Rotten Tomatoes

Canadian actor Harland Williams is in Employee of the Month, a movie about a guy named Zack who finds himself crushing on his coworker, Amy. When Amy goes on a date with their workplace's employee of the month, Zack finds himself fiending for the title.

The Perfect Man

Rating: 6% on Rotten Tomatoes

In The Perfect Man you'll spot Canada's Vanessa Lengies. The movie is about a single mother who moves her kids around whenever her relationship ends in disaster. When her daughter grows tired of this, she devises a plan to help her mother find the ideal guy.

Monster in Law

Rating: 18% on Rotten Tomatoes

Monster in Law stars not only J Lo but also Canadian actor Will Arnett. The movie is about a woman who finally finds the man of her dreams, only to have their relationship put on the rocks due to his mother's erratic behaviour.

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