Now who doesn’t like a mushy night in with their loved ones, cuddled up in the warmth of a blanket with a movie to watch and some popcorn to go? Pockets of bliss like these among painfully busy working days are the very mirage we need while going through the desert that is our week. However, while listing movies for your perfect date night, I make certain reasonable assumptions that may even pass as stereotypes, and yours truly may be accounted completely guilty of that.
However, contrarily so, while your girlfriend or boyfriend may be a huge Tarantino fan, ‘Pulp Fiction’ is not exactly the warm light of a summer day or the jasmine breeze you look for while watching a film on date night. This one night, even the film lover in you is allowed to be all cheesy and fuzzy. So, here’s the list of really good date night movies on Netflix that are available to stream right now. The list includes romantic and funny date movies.
15. Across the Universe (2007)
Elevated above its rather by the books central love story, ‘Across The Universe’ is a fine showcasing of what the music of The Beatles can do to a film. A number of Beatles hits and classics make an appearance in this film, some of them even played at key moments. Telling a fictional love story against the politically turbulent backdrop of the 60s, set to the tunes of The Beatles, ‘Across the Universe’ starring Jim Sturgess and Evan Rachel Wood is a typical example of rather simplistic matter related to another level on account of its unmistakable musical treatment. You are guaranteed to have a good time if you or your partner are a Beatles fan.
14. Nymphomaniac (2013)
Well, if you can look past the highly sexualised subject matter, ‘Nymphomaniac’ has some amazing psychological observations on display. Lars Von Trier is a director who can plainly be considered as a cult of his own. His loyal fanatical followers hail his works as art, while the rest of us, including me, are still a bit indecisive on that front. However, ‘Nymphomaniac’ has been and will remain an increasingly divisive film, and if the psychological insights don’t interest you when it comes to couple viewing, you know what else to find.