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6 Flicks On Netflix To Get You In The Valentine’s Day Spirit

Bring on the Netflix, chocolate, and chill.

There’s nothing I love more after a long day than coming home and curling up on the couch with my Chihuahua in front of some good Netflix movies. That’s going to be our standard procedure for February 14th too, and since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I’m here to help you get in the spirit with some movies you can catch on Netflix now! Bring on the Netflix, chocolate, and chill.

Before We Go

In Before We Go, two strangers (Chris Evans and Alice Eve) get stuck in Manhattan for the night and (obviously) grow to like each other.

I’m not sure we can actually trust Rotten Tomatoes on this one, as they gave it 21% and I think that 21 should be more like a 91%. Fun facts: this movie was actually directed by Chris Evans.

A Little Bit of Heaven

In A Little Bit of Heaven, Marley (Kate Hudson) learns she has terminal cancer.

Despite trying her best to not get tied down in a serious relationship, she finds herself falling for her very handsome doctor (Gael García Bernal). Whip out your tissues for this one people. It made me cry!

Chalet Girl

Chalet Girl brings you Ed Westwick, British accents, and Cinderella storyline complete with extreme sports. Something for everyone! P.S. Your inner teenager will thank you for picking this.

Strictly Ballroom

Coming at you from 1992, Strictly Ballroom is a hysterical flick about a professional dancer who risks his career by performing an unusual routine with a new partner….a complete amateur.

Spoiler alert: they dance AND fall in love. With a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes, and all the fashion from the 90s, how can you go wrong?

Hitch

I think we can all agree Will Smith simply is not in enough movies anymore.

Hitch is about a professional “date doctor” (Will Smith) who discovers that his game falls short on a gossip columnist (Eva Mendes) who he develops a crush on.

 Love Actually

Ok, if you’re anything like me you’re just coming off a Christmas binge of Love Actually, and if you’re also anything like me, you don’t care you will watch this one a million times over.

Or a billion. I might be closer to a billion at this stage in my life.