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Light up Valentine Day with romcoms on Prime Video services

New Delhi, 13-February-2024, By IBW Team

Light up Valentine Day with romcoms on Prime Video services

Looking for a fun rom-com to stream this Valentine’s Day to brighten up the day and the week? Well, with Valentine’s Day just a few hours away, love is in the air — or should be, ideally. Overwhelmed by options? Don’t fret.

Listed below are 20 romantic comedy films available to watch now, all directly on Prime Video where Prime customers can find their favourite movies and series under one roof, be it entertainment produced by Amazon MGM Studios or by other studios. Third -party channels have been made accessible as an add-on subscription through Prime Video Channels, and titles to rent or buy via the Prime Video Store, the streamer said in a statement.

So, here goes the list.

‘Bridesmaids’: The film follows the misadventures of Annie (Kristen Wiig), Maid of Dishonor, and four wild bridesmaids as they prepare for the wedding of their best friend (Maya Rudolph). This is included with Prime membership.

‘The Big Sick’: Based on a real-life romance between Pakistan-born comedian Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani) and grad student Emily (Zoe Kazan), ‘The Big Sick’ follows a young man who’s forced to confront his family’s expectations and his feelings when the girl he loves falls mysteriously ill. This is also included with Prime membership.

‘Red, White & Royal Blue’: This follows the complicated and unexpected journey from disdain to friendship to love between Alex Claremont-Diaz (Taylor Zakhar Perez), the popular son of the first woman President of the United States, and Britain’s handsome and charismatic Prince Henry (Nicholas Galitzine). It’s included with Prime membership.

‘Notting Hill’: A London bookstore owner (Hugh Grant) falls in love with a famous American actress, Anna Scott (Julia Roberts), against the backdrop of charming Notting Hill. It’s included with Prime membership.

‘Shotgun Wedding’: The destination wedding of Tom and Darcy (Josh Duhamel and Jennifer Lopez) goes awry when all of their guests are taken hostage. What follows is a series of comedic adventures as they try to save their loved ones. It’s included with Prime membership.

‘The Proposal’: In this romantic comedy, Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock)—a high-strung Canadian book editor at risk of deportation—convinces her assistant (Ryan Reynolds) to marry her so she won’t lose her immigration visa. When they travel to Alaska to meet his family, including his eccentric grandmother (Betty White), complications ensue. This is available for rent.

‘Crazy Rich Asians’: Based on a bestseller, it follows an economics professor, Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), as she goes to Singapore with her boyfriend for an extravagant wedding and meets his wealthy family for the first time. This is available for rent.

‘It’s Complicated’: A divorced couple (Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin) reignite their relationship’s spark when they attend their son’s college graduation—but there’s just one problem: he’s remarried. This is available for rent.

‘You’ve Got Mail’: Struggling boutique bookseller Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) unwittingly falls in love with her rival, Joe Fox (Tom Hanks), who runs a corporate chain bookstore, through an anonymous Internet romance. Eventually Fox learns the truth—and must be creative about winning her over. It’s available for rent

‘Silver Linings Playbook’: After time in a mental health institution, Pat Solatano (Bradley Cooper) is trying to rebuild his life, but things get complicated when he meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) who has her own problems. Available for rent.

‘Love in Taipei’: In this teenage coming of age story, Ever Wong (Ashley Liao) spends the summer before college in Taipei to learn about her Taiwanese heritage. While discovering her roots, she also finds herself and experiences first love. Included for rent or via Prime Video Channels.

‘Think Like A Man’: When a group of friends find out their partners have been using Steve Harvey’s book, Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, to manipulate them in relationships, they respond by using this knowledge to regain the upper hand. It’s included with Prime membership.

‘Never Been Kissed’: Journalist Josie Geller (Drew Barrymore) enrolls in high school to go undercover for a story—and unexpectedly falls in love with her English teacher (Michael Vartan). Available for rent and via Prime Video Channels.

‘What’s Love Got to Do With It?’: Filmmaker Zoe (Lily James) documents the journey of her neighbour and childhood friend Kazim (Shazad Latif) as he navigates the experience of an arranged marriage. Along the way, she rethinks her own approach to love after a string of failed dating app romances. Available for rent.

‘Clueless’: In this beloved teen comedy, stylish Beverly Hills high school student Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone) navigates friendships and the complications that arise around two attractive men: a new classmate (Justin Walker) and her square ex-step-brother (Paul Rudd). Available for rent and via Prime Video Channels.

‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’: Toula (Nia Vardalos) creates a stir in her big, traditional Greek family by falling in love with Ian (John Corbett), a non-Greek man. Available for rent.

‘Something Borrowed’: Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) must choose between love and friendship when she falls for Dex (Colin Egglesfield), the fiancé of her best friend Darcy (Kate Hudson). Available for rent.

‘Stuck in Love’: The Borgens family navigates the complexities of heartache, happiness, and the challenges of being writers over the course of a year. The film stars Greg Kinnear, Lily Collins, Logan Lerman, Jennifer Connelly, and Nat Wolff. Available with ads on Freevee.

‘The Ugly Truth’: TV producer Abby Richter (Katherine Heigl) must work with a vulgar cable-access personality Mike Chadway (Gerard Butler) whose show on relationships becomes a hit. Together, they team up to improve her love life—leading to feelings for one another. Available with ads on Freevee.

‘Accidental Love’: Alice (Jessica Biel) experiences a bizarre accident that leaves a nail lodged in her head—eventually leading to the end of her engagement to Scott (James Marsden), a newfound involvement in politics, and love with a supportive senator (Jake Gyllenhaal). Available with ads on Freevee.

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