Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day & Where to Find Them

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Valentine’s Day is a day that is filled with love, sweets and laughs. Some people go out to restaurants, some decide to stay in for a home-cooked romantic meal and others wrap up in a cozy blanket to enjoy movies. Whether you are with your significant other, friends or by yourself, it is always a good excuse to watch a feel-good movie that reminds us about the magic of love. So, here is a list of some of the best feel-good, funny, classic and worth the re-watch love stories out there and where to find them. 

Bridget Jones’s Diary 

Where to Watch: HBO Max, Hulu, Prime Video, Apple TV

Bridget Jones (Renée Zellweger) is a 32-year-old English writer who decides to take control of her life and turn it around. Her mother is always pushing her to “find a husband” and trying to set her up on dates, so Bridget decides to take matters into her own hands. She changes her look and begins to try new things while keeping a diary where she writes about food, exercise, sex and everything in between. 

The Ugly Truth

Where to Watch: Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV

Abby Richter (Katherine Heigl) is a workaholic TV producer that, despite her efforts of searching for the perfect man, continues to be single. Things change when she is paired with Mike Chadway (Gerard Butler), a TV host that does not believe in love and everything is a game for him. Mike is determined to help Abby find the right man putting his theories to the test. 

The Proposal 

Where to Watch: Hulu, Prime Video, Apple TV

Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) faces possible deportation back to Canada and tricks her assistant, Andrew Paxton (Ryan Reynolds), into marrying her. He hates her, but she promises a promotion if he accepts. Things change for the pair when they go on a trip to Alaska to visit Andrew’s family. 

Little Italy 

Where to Watch: Netflix 

Nikki (Emma Roberts) and Leo (Hayden Christensen) grew up as best friends in Little Italy, NY, making pizzas. Their families end up in conflict and these two are left to take their own paths. Years later, their families’ rivalry grows when Leo and Nikki find themselves falling for each other. The movie is the typical Romeo and Juliet story mixed with comedy and great pizzas; you can almost smell them through the TV. 

Made of Honor 

Where to Watch: Prime Video, Hulu

Tom (Patrick Dempsey) enjoys his life of casually dating, while his best friend, Hannah (Michelle Monaghan) looks forward to getting married. After a trip, Hannah comes back with the news that she has found “the One” and is getting married. It isn’t until she asks Tom to be her Maid of Honor that he realizes how he truly feels about her. 

Love and Other Drugs

Where to Watch: Prime Video

Maggie (Anne Hathaway) is a Parkinson’s patient that doesn’t believe in love. Jamie (Jake Gyllenhall) is a pharmaceutical salesman that always has good luck with women. An encounter between these two leads them to engage in a casual relationship. After a while, they both begin to question whether it should turn into something more than just casual sex. 

Life As We Know It

Where to Watch: Prime Video and HBO Max

Holly and Eric have only one thing in common, their goddaughter Sophie. After a terrible accident, they are left to be Sophie’s caretakers and live under the same roof. The pair have to put their mutual dislike and differences aside to come to common ground as they learn to raise their goddaughter. 

Just My Luck

Where to Watch: Hulu 

Ashley (Lindsey Lohan) has always had incredible luck and a wonderful life. Jake (Chris Pine) has always had life look like a living hell. It isn’t until she meets him at a costume party that the cards turn for them. It doesn’t take long for Ashley to realize that she traded her good luck for a stranger’s bad one after a kiss. Determined to regain her good luck, she sets out on a quest to find the man who stole it. 

Valentine’s Day

Where to Watch: HBO Max

The movie follows a series of interconnected love stories as they unfold on Valentine’s Day. The characters in the movie go through the highs and lows of love as they encounter first dates, long-term relationships, old-time crushes, and reignite flames. The cast includes performances from Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, Jeniffer Garner, Taylor Lautner, Brandley Cooper, Anne Hathaway and Taylor Swift. 

27 Dresses

Where to Watch: Hulu, HBO Max, Prime Video

Jane (Katherine Heigl) is a wedding junkie that is always happy to help others with their wedding plans. It isn’t until her sister, Tess (Malin Akerman) steals the man that she loves that Jane decides to take matters into her own hands. She meets Kevin (James Marsden), a reporter that sees her unusual bridesmaid story as an opportunity to write a story. Kevin helps Jane regain control of her life, and find her true love instead of sticking to finding it for others.