6 Rom-Coms You Should Watch Today

The era of streaming wars has provided us with an abundance of stuff to keep us entertained between restroom breaks and chatting sessions. This brings you to the ideal form of entertainment: romantic comedy.

Each streaming giant has been producing some truly wonderful, diverse, and unique content for you to consume, in addition to all of the classics that are already available. In addition to jackpots casino online, here are romantic comedies to keep you engaged the entire weekend.

  1. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Lara Jean Covey, a teenager in high school, keeps secret love letters that she writes to males she has a crush on inside her closet. Her most recent letter is addressed to her childhood pal Josh, who is currently dating her elder sister Margot.

Margot ends her relationship with Josh after she attends university. As much as Lara Jean always harbored a thing for Josh, she ultimately concludes that dating him is not a good idea.

At one point, Lara Jean and her younger sister Kitty are hanging out when Lara Jean doses off on the couch. Inside Lara Jean’s room, Kitty secretly discovers a stack of letters.

She sends all her love notes to go out to her exes. As her past loves begin to track her down, she quickly finds herself in the middle of a chaotic situation.

  1. Happiest Season

They’ve been together for almost a year, but Abby Holland and Harper Caldwell are still very much in love. Because Abby’s parents had passed away a few years prior, she had grown to despise the holiday. However, Harper unexpectedly extended an invitation to Abby to spend the holidays alongside her family in Pittsburgh, despite Abby’s protests.

Abby decides that now is the best time to meet Harper’s family and to pop the question to Harper on Christmas morning.

On the way towards the Caldwells’, Harper tells Abby the truth: she hasn’t yet come out to her folks because she doesn’t wish to disrupt her father’s mayoral campaign. They’re getting ready to celebrate the holidays together, and she wants Abby to act as if she’s a straight roommate.

Abby visits the Caldwells and encounters Harper’s strict father, her perfectionist mom, and Harper’s eccentric younger sister.

Seeing Harper’s antagonistic relationship with her elder sister, Sloane, causes her to question how well she really knows the girlfriend.

  1. 50 First Dates

Henry Roth enjoys the companionship of countless ladies in his carefree life in Hawaii. Till after he meets Lucy Whitmore, that is. Henry and Lucy are having a great time in one other’s company, while they can both tell that something more serious is developing between them. Henry is perplexed the following day when he approaches Lucy and she doesn’t recognize him.

Here, Henry learns that Lucy has short-term memory loss and, therefore, can’t recall recent events.

Henry, however, is not deterred, and every day he works towards making Lucy fall in love with him once again. You can get a taste of what the film has in store for you by watching 50 First Dates trailer on IMDb.

  1. Crazy, Stupid, Love

It’s been nearly 20 years since Cal and Emily tied the knot. But Cal leaves after discovering Emily had an extramarital affair. After that, he’d rant about it in a pub. When Jacob hears about his problems, he offers to lend a hand. How? By changing his image and coaching him to become a player.

It won’t be long until he’s constantly picking someone up. Over time, though, he comes to terms with the fact that he still cares deeply about Emily but also wishes he could change things. Also, his son has a thing for the babysitter, yet she doesn’t have any feelings for him.

Even Jacob has a change of heart after developing feelings for a girl he had previously attempted to pick up but was rejected because she is in a relationship.

  1. Silver Linings Playbook

Pat Solitano, played by Bradley Cooper, who suffers from bipolar disorder, is returned to his parent’s custody following eight months of therapy at a mental health center. The news of his wife Nikki leaving him and his unemployed father, Pat Sr., turning to bookmaking to fund a restaurant opening is devastating.

After a violent incident that drove him away, Pat is eager to steer his life back on track once again and make amends with Nikki, who secured a restraining order on him.

When Pat got home from his job early one day, he found Nikki having intercourse in the shower with some other teacher to the tune of “My Cherie Amour” by Stevie Wonder, which had been played at their wedding.

He became so enraged that he almost killed the man. Nonetheless, Pat refuses to accept the idea that he requires medication to deal with his symptoms.

  1. When in Rome

Beth is a dedicated professional whose ex-boyfriend claims she abandoned him because she was too focused on her job. Beth begins to feel alone when he informs her he proposed to another lady, also a successful professional.

When she gets drunk and wanders into the famous Fountain of Love and accepts coins thrown by folks yearning for love, she realizes that she is drawn to Nick, who is the best man at her sister’s spontaneous wedding, but that she has seen him with another woman.

Returning to New York, she finds four males hitting on her. Nick won’t stop phoning to invite her out on a date. She finds out the hard way that her actions were inappropriate. A common urban legend states that whoever retrieves a coin from the fountain will win the heart of the individual that threw the coin. Hence, it’s up to her to figure out how to end the spell.


Only a few film subgenres are mocked and ignored with the same frequency as romantic comedies are. Everyone wants to ignore them and assume that there is nothing amazing to watch under this category.

However, the reality is that each year, a few excellent romantic comedies are produced. More to the point, many of the best movies that have ever been produced are romantic comedies, and it’s high time that you started appreciating them.


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