First crush, first love, and vulnerabilities. Butterflies in the stomach, while our hearts skip beats. Being a teenager was beautiful, wasn’t it? Even the smallest things would get us all excited, and falling in love was so damn easy. No matter who you were or where you were in school, you’ll surely have at least one story about your love life. It could be a major heartbreak, a rejection, a regret or maybe even the best decision of your life.
We have all been there. Now I’m sure most of us would never want to revisit our teenage years and especially not the childish romance part of it because you know we’re adults now who seek meaningful relationships (at least that’s what we tell ourselves). But still, we find ourselves being drawn to teenage dilemmas of love that are portrayed in so many movies. The best part is we get to see these from a distance and say “Hah! I did that too” or “Man, I dodged a bullet in school.” Whatever your reasons may be, we’ve made a list of really good teen romance movies on Netflix that are available for streaming.
15. Irreplaceable You (2018)
‘Irreplaceable You’ is about a couple, Abbie and Sam, who have known each other since they were kids. But when Abbie is diagnosed with cancer she decides to find a new lover for Sam which eventually makes her realize that they’re meant to be together forever and they’re both irreplaceable. The movie can dull and a little flat times but by the end will still leave you a little teary-eyed and will surely touch your heart.
14. Some Freaks (2016)
Matt is a one-eyed high school senior who falls in love with an extremely overweight girl named Jill. After graduation Jill moves to a new city for college. When they meet the next time Gill has completely transformed herself by losing weight. Matt does not seem to handle that well and Jack’s behavior towards her new look makes Jill reconsider their relationship. What follows is a funny and dramatic story of the couple who try to figure out who they truly are and how that aligns with what others think about them. This movie will surely bring back memories of being insecure as a teenager and for those who were bullied and called misfits, this one will be very relatable.