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3 romantic movies to stream on Netflix for Valentine's Day

By Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 14th, 2018 @ 6:22pm


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THE COMFORT OF YOUR COUCH — There’s nothing like dinner and a movie on Valentine’s Day to celebrate your devotion to your significant other.

After you’re done cooking some elaborate and decadent meal, sit down and enjoy some romantic fare with these five titles available on Netflix.

And if you’re single, there’s nothing wrong with watching one of these by yourself. More popcorn for you!

Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Since it’s streaming on Netflix, now is the time to check out Audrey Hepburn’s classic New York romance. Based on the novel by Truman Capote, the movie tells the story of Holly Golightly (Hepburn), a socialite in the city who has a crush on a man who moves into her apartment building.

“Breakfast At Tiffany’s” is known for the fashionable outfits Hepburn wears in the film, especially her iconic black dress, which still inspires Halloween costumes more than 50 years later.

When We First Met

With this original movie, Netflix is trying its hand at producing a romantic comedy with a little supernatural flair thrown in. “When We First Met” stars Adam Devine, of “Workaholics” fame, as a man who keeps traveling back in time in order to perfect his first encounter with the girl he likes. It’s got similarities to another classic quirky romantic comedy: “Groundhog Day.”

Love Per Square Foot

Earlier today, Netflix dropped this Indian romantic comedy, which is set in the city of Mumbai. It’s about a man and woman who can’t afford to buy a house individually, so they get married in order to get approved for a loan on a house.

This movie is in the Hindi language, so be prepared to read subtitles if you choose this foreign flick.

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com
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