Netflix's Romantic Comedies to Stream for a Cozy Valentine's Day at Home

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Valentine's Day is the perfect time to tell your favorite people how much you love them. You can shower your significant other with chocolate and a massage, surprise your kids with heart-shaped everything, send your best friend a BFF necklace, or drown your sorrows in a bottle of wine or a tub of Ben & Jerries (or both). However you choose to celebrate Valentine's Day, it's never a bad time to pop in a romantic comedy. And by "pop in," we obviously mean turn the TV on and stream it.

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So, if you're in the mood to watch a sappy love story this V-Day, Netflix has you covered. Here are 14 movies to watch/rewatch on February 14 (or anytime you want, it's your life).

1. Wine Country

Six women head to Napa Valley to celebrate a 50th birthday and end up questioning their friendships and futures. It's directed by Amy Poehler, who also stars in the movie alongside funny ladies Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Anna Gasteyer, and Paula Pell.

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2. The American President

Widowed U.S. President (Michael Douglas) falls in love with a lobbyist (Annette Bening) and has to choose between love and his political career.

3. 28 Days

A reckless New York Journalist (Sandra Bullock) loves to drink and party, but when she's court-ordered to go to rehab, she eventually starts to take her addiction seriously and may or may not fall in love with Viggo Mortensen.

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4. Holidate

Two strangers (Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey) decide to be each other's platonic plus-ones to events, but ultimately end up falling for each other.

5. Mystic Pizza

A classic coming-of-age story about three waitresses in a small town called Mystic. Starring Julia Roberts, Annabeth Gish, and Lili Taylor.

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6. 50 First Dates

Lucy (Drew Barrymore) has short-term memory loss, and every day, Henry (Adam Sandler) has to woo her again. He also has to convince her protective family that he loves her and is in it for the right reasons.

7. Always Be My Maybe

After childhood sweethearts (Ali Wong and Randall Park) have a falling out and don't speak for 15 years, they are reunited and navigate through their different worlds while falling in love again.

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8. 17 Again

Once a high school basketball star and now a 37-year-old man, Mike O'Donnell (Matthew Perry) is now dealing with a failed marriage, his kids who think he's a loser, and a job that's going nowhere. He gets the opportunity to correct his past mistakes by being transformed into a teenager (Zac Efron).

9. Easy A

A high schooler (Emma Stone) lies about losing her virginity and is overheard by the school's busybody (Amanda Bynes), who then spreads the lie all over campus.

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10. The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Socially awkward teen (Logan Lerman) is a wallflower and watches life from the sidelines. He soon discovers friendship and love after being befriended by two students (Emma Watson and Ezra Miller).

11. Falling Inn Love

A corporate executive (Christina Milian) enters a contest and wins a rustic inn in New Zealand and needs to remodel it with the help of a handsome contractor (Adam Demos).

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12. Someone Great

A music journalist is broken up with by her long-term boyfriend and recruits her two best friends for a wild adventure in NYC before moving to San Francisco. Starring Gina Rodriguez, Brittany Snow, and Rosario Dawson.

13. Love, Guaranteed

A man (Damon Wayans Jr.) is still single after 1,000 dates, so he hires a lawyer (Rachael Leigh Cook), who happens to be single, to help him sue the dating app.

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14. About Time

Tim Lake (Domhnall Gleeson) is told that he and his whole family can time travel. He meets Mary (Rachel McAdams) and uses time-travel to help him win her heart. But ultimately, time-travel can't protect him and those he loves from the problems of regular life.

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