Top 5 Best Romantic Movies On Netflix 2020 To Warm Your Icy Heart

There are top 5 best romantic movies on Netflix 2020 that will touch your soul and let you go through emotional journeys of shedding into tears, laughing, and warm fuzzies.

It can sometimes be a challenge to find the best romantic movies on Netflix. Especially, in 2020, a lot of flicks have postponed releases because of the pandemic. So, flick addicts, we are here, ensuring you will definitely find yourself some theme pique your interest by assembling the best romantic movies on Netflix 2020.

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

We have mentioned To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before in our previous post. Today, in this article, let’s talk about the sequel of this movie, one of the best romantic comedy movies on Netflix 2020. If “To All the Boys” was a frank and contemporary spin on the teenage rom-com, then “P.S. I Still Love You” is pure fan service. The sequel’s all about Lara Jean getting over the insecurity of dating the Big Man on Campus, knowing that he used to do all the same things — and more — with her ex-best friend Gen (Emilija Baranac). However, for an entertaining purpose, this flick is not a bad option.

The Half Of It

After a long wait, Netflix gets 2020’s dimension-changing love story which is beautifully crafted with moments full of college love life. The Half of It is a strong, warm-hearted, and quietly progressive addition to the expanding Netflix teen movie pack which treats its target audience with the respect they deserve. No spoiler here, snuggling up together with your mates and get on this movie now, it’s worth your time

The Kissing Booth 2

Another sequel on this list, and this time is The Kissing Booth. Netflix 2018 hit is back with a similar premise of troubled young love but with some new twists and a few new characters. Because there’s an easy explanation for everything in “The Kissing Booth” universe, no grudge or feud gets too serious or lasts too long. The best that I can say for “The Kissing Booth 2” is that it’s largely inoffensive fluff, easy enough to follow even if you haven’t seen the original.  You can soak in this flick at the weekend or maybe some spare night, it’s definitely a great relaxing moment after the long and stressful days.


When talking about 2020 popular romance on Netflix, we can’t miss this flick. “Holidate” does not have a single authentic moment, appealing character, or genuine laugh. It’s a would-be romantic comedy with neither romance nor comedy, an excruciating onslaught of unremittingly dull incidents slogging its way toward an utterly predictable conclusion. Just months ago, the year’s best romantic comedy, “The Broken Hearts Gallery” reinvigorated the genre with an adorable heroine, great supporting cast, and a fresh and funny storyline. “Holidate” is a reminder of how easy it is to get every aspect of a romantic comedy wrong.

Love, Guaranteed

This will be the perfect ending for the sum-up of the best romantic movies on Netflix 2020.

“Love, Guaranteed” is another love movie on Netflix and is the kind of movie you leave on the TV because you’re lying on the couch with a cold, and the remote control has fallen off the blanket onto the rug, and you don’t feel like going to the trouble to reach down, grab it and change the channel.

It is sufficiently harmless and blandly cozy, like a Hallmark Channel movie that somehow broke loose and found its way to Netflix. Attractive people in warm coats stroll along the marina, boats bobbing gently in the water alongside them. Bright autumn leaves hang overhead, sometimes falling softly to the ground. And there’s no shortage of places to grab a cup of coffee on a cloudy, chilly day—this is Seattle, after all.