6. The Princess Bride (1987)
|Release Date on Netflix||July 1, 2014|
|Runtime||1 hour 38 minutes|
|IMDb Rating||8.1 out of 10|
|Rotten Tomatoes Score||97%|
|Streaming on||Netflix Brazil, Netflix Australia, Netflix New Zealand, Netflix France, Netflix Germany and Netflix Canada|
Scoring number 28 on Rotten Tomatoes’ collection of the Best Romance Movies, The Princess Bride is a tale that resembles a classic fairy tale and is told by a kind grandfather to a boy who is sick in bed. The story explores classic themes such as princesses, evil princes, sword fights, giants and more.
– This film was written to entertain the author’s young daughters.
– Andre the Giant, when asked what his favorite part of filming The Princess Bride was, said that he liked that no one stared at him for his excessive height like they did in other places.
7. To Catch a Thief (1955)
|Release Date on Netflix||September 9, 2014|
|Runtime||1 hour 46 minutes|
|IMDb Rating||7.5 out of 10|
|Rotten Tomatoes Score||95%|
|Streaming on||Netflix Brazil, Netflix United States and Netflix United Kingdom|
With a ranking of number 46 on Rotten Tomatoes’ 100 Best Romance Movies of All Time, To Catch a Thief is the story of a reformed jewel thief who people believe has reverted to his old habits when similar crimes begin to happen. He wants to clear his name, so he goes on a personal quest to seek out the real thief.
– Charles Vanel, the actor who plays Bertani, was not familiar with the English language, so each of his lines was dubbed.
– While filming the picnic scene, both the question and the answer to the question, “Do you want a leg or a breast?” “You make the choice,” was improvised.
Romance films are usually something that everyone in the room can agree on when the question “what movie do we want to watch?” is posed. Touching on one of the most basic of human emotions, love is something that most everyone enjoys. This list of the seven best love movies on Netflix is sure to elicit a few swoons, so turn on the television, get cozy and watch these films, then come back and let us know what you thought.