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5 Romantic Movies That Warm the Heart and Make You Laugh - Netflix NZ
50 First Dates Netflix

Love comes in many forms and sometimes all we want is it make us feel is happiness. Here is a collection to help bring out the sunshine in the darker times.

50 First Dates

We all need someone that refuses to give up on us in our lives. When Henry (Adam Sandler) meets Lucy (Drew Barrymore) they hit it off immediately, only for the next day her to have no memory of him. After learning about her brain injury that resulted from a car accident Henry makes it his mission to get Lucy to fall in love with him every day, much to the dismay of her family and friends.

Leap Year

We plan and plan then nothing turns out the way we expected. Having waited for her boyfriend of several years to propose Anna (Amy Adams) decides to take matters into her own hands. She plans to take advantage of an old Irish tradition where women propose on Leap Day, February 29th, while her boyfriend is attending a conference in Dublin. After her flight is detoured due to weather, Anna meets Declan (Matthew Goode) who assist her in traversing across Ireland from Cork to Dublin much to both of their initial dismay. Are story show that there are times though that you just need to give someone time to grow on you.

Coming to America

When young Prince Akeem’s (Eddie Murphy) parents attempt to put him in an arranged marriage he leaves home for the first time ever with his friend Semmi (Arsenio Hall). Arriving in the United States, Akeem begins his search for a strong independent American woman. Hilarity ensues as Akeem for the first time in his life must learn to support himself and navigate a world where no one knows who he is.

Benny and Joon

Things have not been easy for Benny Pearl (Aidan Quinn) who has spent his adult life caring for his sister Joon Pearl (Mary Stuart Masterson) who suffers from mental illness. An unforeseen turn of events results in quirky Sam (Johnny Depp) moving in with them bringing in much need light. Johnny Depp’s physical comedy displayed throughout the movie harkens back to Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, and other masters of the silent film era.

America’s Sweethearts

John Cusack, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Julia Roberts, and Billy Crystal come together to create a hilarious movie about a movie premiere. As America’s Sweethearts, Gwen (Jones) and Eddie (Cusack), have been the celebrity love story on and off the screen. Now with their newest movie set to release there’s only one problem they’ve broken up and Eddie is not handling it well. In an attempt of damage control, Lee (Crystal) the two’s publicist with support from Kiki (Roberts), Gwen’s sister, bring the two to a resort hotel for an invitation only showing of their movie. A clash of personalities, an eccentric director, and other catastrophes arise making this premiere one of a kind.

About The Author Rachel Anderson

Rachel Anderson joined the Netflix NZ Fan site soon after it's launch in 2015 and has been busy writing reviews and recommendations of her favourite shows on Netflix ever since. Her current favourite shows are Love, Flaked and Master of None.

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