Who needs to leave home for the perfect date night? These Netflix rom-com movies are exactly what you and your bae need while you spend time alone together. They'll get you laughing, crying, and missing each other even more.
If you aren't one of the many people spending your social distancing time inside with your partner, you're probably spending a lot of time on phone calls and video chats.
Weekend date nights with dinner and a movie are pretty much non-existent for the next little while, but luckily technology can help you get around that!
Light some candles and pop on one of these nine romantic comedies for the perfect virtual date night at home.
P.S. I Love You
Rating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes
Gerard Butler plays the husband of widow Hilary Swank who finds notes he left for her before dying from a brain tumour. Each one is opened once a month and helps her gradually grieve over losing him to move on with her life while remembering his love and legacy.
50 First Dates
Rating: 65% on Rotten Tomatoes
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore star opposite each other in this classic flick about a couple who meet over and over...and over again. Barrymore's character Lucy suffered brain damage to her short term memory so she wakes up each morning totally clueless that she's in a relationship until he reminds her with a sweet videotape about their love story.
Rating: 72% on Rotten Tomatoes
Ryan Reynolds plays a young father in the midst of a divorce when his daughter asks him to tell her about her mother. He recounts three different relationships from his early 20s, making her guess which one ended up in the marriage that's currently at its end.
Always Be My Maybe
Rating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes
Ali Wong and Randall Park play a pair of childhood BFFs who once fell in love but parted ways as adults. When they meet again, their interest reignites and they realize there's still a spark for them to explore while they have the chance.
When We First Met
Rating: 57% on Rotten Tomatoes
Adam Devine stars as Noah, a young guy who falls for a girl that only sees him as a best friend. When he gets the chance to go back in time and become her dream guy, it doesn't go exactly as planned since he knows way too much about her and comes off as a total stalker.
Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Rating: 78% on Rotten Tomatoes
Ryan Gosling and Steve Carell are the dynamic duo you never knew you needed. Carell's character Cal is going through a divorce after his wife cheats on him so he seeks help from Gosling's character. Jacob helps him get back into the dating game while unexpectedly falling in love with a girl.
Think Like A Man
Rating: 79% on Rotten Tomatoes
You can always rely on Kevin Hart for a good laugh. He plays one of four men dating women who purchase a Steve Harvey book offering relationship advice that doesn't exactly go in the males' favour. When the men realize where their women's mind changes come from, they decide to go after Harvey for ruining their relationships.
Eat Pray Love
Rating: 42% on Rotten Tomatoes
Julia Roberts plays a confused woman going through a turbulent divorce who wants so many things out of life but realizes she hasn't accomplished much yet. She decides to go on an adventure around the world to find herself again and reimagine her perfect life story.
The Perfect Date
Rating: 37% on Rotten Tomatoes
Noah Centineo stars as Brooks Rattigan, an academic scholar with dreams of attending an Ivy League school that he just can't afford. He decides to make money by offering dating services to girls and ends up falling for one of his many fake dates.