Netflix and chill — though the term came about several years ago, it has yet to go out of style, and we love it.
Now, since we became exposed to the concept of Netflix and chill, we have perfected it. Listen, there can’t be any proper chilling if the Netflix choice is subpar. There’s a science behind it (or so we’d like to believe there.)
So, before you get cozy, let’s make sure you have something nice to view on Netflix. What might be an appropriate choice, you ask? Well, may we suggest a RomCom?
RomComs or romantic comedy movies have a way of helping create a desirable environment. They’re usually light, fun, and easy to watch. We know there are a multitude of RomComs on Netflix you can choose from, but we’ve got you covered!
Below you will find some of the best ones at the moment, which will help you save time on searching and give you more time for the chilling portion of your evening:
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
This movie takes us into a scenario where the protagonists, Clementine and Joel, hit rewind on their love story. It’s imaginative and funny while submerging you in a romance so captivating you’ll almost want to wipe your memory clean as well. 10/10 for sure.
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
Giving us a mixture of humor and drama, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper take us on their journey to perfect choreography for a ballroom dancing competition. This movie also shines a light on mental health, which is always a plus.
The Wedding Party (2016)
A Nigerian romantic comedy where we witness some eye-brow events leading up to their wedding day. It’ll have you and your partner belly laughing in no time.
The Incredible Jessica James (2017)
Jessica, who is working her way into becoming a playwright in New York City, meets Boone. The both of them, who’ve endured a recent split, navigate the “post-relationship” world. Their navigation comes with plenty of humor, to say the least.
Always Be My Maybe (2019)
You and your partner can expect to be laughing and even crying as you watch this adorable RomCom. Childhood friends Sasha and Marcus, played by Ali Wong and Randall Park, respectively, reunite after 15 years and give us a look into a dynamic that genuinely works.