She's Canada's sweetheart! These Rachel McAdams movies that you can catch on Netflix and Amazon Prime are sure to make your next movie night a hit. Grab your snacks, blankets, and Canadian pride for these comedies and dramas that will give you so many emotions.

London, Ontario born McAdams has been on TV screens since the early 2000s, with some of her earliest hits making this list. The actress has starred in quite a few suspenseful thrillers and knows her way around heartbreaking romance flicks. 

Want to have a McAdams movie marathon with your friends? You can binge-watch her best movies with your pals even if you aren't together. The Netflix Party add-on lets you stream anything on the platform, and there are tons of other streaming service add-ons that you can use with Amazon Prime, Disney+, Crave, and more. 

If you want to make your night extra patriotic, these Ryan Reynolds and Jim Carrey movies are the perfect playlists for some Canadian fun.

But first, these 6 Rachel McAdams movies from the past two decades will have you sobbing–from laughter and sadness. 

Netflix

Game Night

Rating: 77% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Get your laugh on with this hilarious mystery-comedy about a couple who is known for hosting epic game nights. Husband Max's brother decides to upstage them and host a real-life murder mystery game, unbeknownst to each player who doesn't know what they're in for. 

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

Rating: 77% on Rotten Tomatoes 

You'll be taken on an emotional and thrilling ride with this 2011 mystery film following Sherlock Holmes who's on the tail of a professor committing a series of crimes in Europe. 

Disobedience 

Rating: 76% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This romantic drama follows a woman who was shunned out of her Orthodox Jewish community for falling in love with another woman. When she returns, the two reignite their relationship, though they must keep it a secret from their families.

Amazon Prime

The Notebook

Rating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Noah and Allie's love story will have you sobbing for days. The two meet and fall in love but get separated by forbidding parents. After years apart, you'll watch their story unfold the way fate demands it to, lasting decades until their final breaths together.

About Time

Rating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Tim Lake discovers he has the ability to travel back in time and decides to use this skill to get himself a girlfriend. He works on making her fall for him, marry him, and start a family together, but eventually learns that using his skill to save a tragic death comes at the cost of losing her. 

Wedding Crashers

Rating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes 

A pair of mischievous BFFs just love to crash weddings with the intention to meet and hook up with women. Their plans take a turn when McAdams' character ends up becoming a love interest for one of the guys, landing them in steaming hot water. 

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