10 Netflix Flicks To Snuggle Up To Your Partner With

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BoJack Horseman
11 Feb 2016

BoJack Horseman

This animated comedy filled with sex, drugs and a protagonist who’s a horse will keep you laughing out loud, and hugging your loved one during its unexpectedly heart-warming moments.

The Notebook
11 Feb 2016

The Notebook

Fans of romance movies should not be unfamiliar with this cult classic starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. The pair play two young adults from different backgrounds, fighting to be together in spite of disapproving parents, distance and war.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine
11 Feb 2016

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

This police procedural drama-and-comedy mash-up will have you and your significant other hooked from episode one. Starring comedian Andy Samberg as a freewheeling detective, be prepared to binge-watch all three seasons throughout the weekend.

Marvel’s Daredevil
11 Feb 2016

Marvel’s Daredevil

The TV adaptation of Marvel’s comic superhero Daredevil follows Matt Murdock — played by Charlie Cox — a blind lawyer by day and masked vigilante by night. The series, which just debuted in April last year, has received largely positive reviews, and is totally binge-watch-worthy, even if you’re not a Marvel fan.

Orange Is the New Black
11 Feb 2016

Orange Is the New Black

If you’ve never heard of Orange is the New Black, where have you been? Based on an autobiography of the same title, this Netflix original gives you an inside look into life in prison through the eyes of very kooky, yet very relatable female prisoners. With lots of drama and humour, you and your other half will be laughing and crying together for hours.

Master of None
11 Feb 2016

Master of None

When you have funny man Aziz Ansari (who played Tom Haverford in Parks and Recreation) as the lead, you know it’s going to be a great sitcom. Ansari is Dev Shah, an actor trying to find his way in New York City with the help of his friends. 

Crazy, Stupid, Love
11 Feb 2016

Crazy, Stupid, Love

Ryan Gosling plays Jacob Palmer, a womanizer who helps Steve Carell’s Cal Weaver get back into the dating game when the latter gets divorced. Don’t dismiss this as another rom-com — you’ll be surprised at how much you’ll be laughing throughout the movie.

P.S. Ladies, there’s a very unforgettable scene where Gosling takes off his shirt — just saying.

Grace and Frankie
11 Feb 2016

Grace and Frankie

Grace and Frankie, played by veteran comedians Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, have their lives turned upside-down when they find out their husbands are in love with each other. Suddenly alone, follow the women as they try to figure out the next chapter of their lives.

Love and Other Drugs
11 Feb 2016

Love and Other Drugs

Jake Gyllenhaal is a charming prescription drug representative who falls in love with Anne Hathaway, playing a young woman suffering from early onset Parkinson’s disease. Warning: There are some topless, bottomless and semi-graphic sex scenes, so avoid this if you’re from the under-18 crowd.

Kate & Leopold
11 Feb 2016

Kate & Leopold

5 words: Hugh. Jackman. In. A. Rom-Com. Jackman plays a time-travelling prince who falls from 1876 into 21st century New York, and in love with the ambitious market researcher Kate McKay, played by Meg Ryan. Expect lots of ridiculous hijinks and period costumes.

Is your idea of the perfect date made up of TV, food delivery and lying on a bed? We’ve got you covered. Skip the crowds this weekend — here are 10 movies and TV series to keep you company while you snuggle up with your Valentine.

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