Romantic comedies and dramas that hit close to home can be the best medicine for whatever relationship situation you are in. When you relate to the ups and downs of film characters you're able to work through your own romantic entanglements, and it makes those movies all the more emotional, powerful, and enjoyable. Who hasn't felt camaraderie with Bridget Jones at some point? Or balled through The Way We Were or Annie Hall when your relationship is on the rocks? No matter what your relationship status is — single, married, divorced, or it's complicated — we've got a Netflix streaming movie you can relate to. Check them out now!
A teen girl finds herself in a love triangle with her hot teacher and a fellow classmate in Daydream Nation.
If you've never forgotten your first love you'll appreciate Finding Mr. Destiny, about a girl on the hunt for the first boy she fell in love with.
Muriel's Wedding is the perfect flick for someone who hasn't been lucky in love but dreams of finding the one.
In Peggy Sue Got Married, a soon-to-be divorced woman goes back in time and gets the chance to split from her future husband before their doomed marriage even begins.
Holly Golightly of Breakfast at Tiffany's is looking for a man wealthy enough to support her lifestyle in this classic romantic comedy.
Check out Breaking Upwards — a film about a bored but codependent couple who schedules "single" days off their relationship — if you're trying to figure out whether it'd be less painful to stay together or break up.
Heartburn follows the courtship, marriage, and demise of a couple working through the complications of infidelity.
If you've ever questioned which team you'd like to play for check out Kissing Jessica Stein, which follows a woman who begins dating another woman for the first time.
A woman dealing with a broken heart finds solace in the bed of any and every man she can find in Queen of Hearts.
Just-married couples will relate to Newlyweds as it portrays the issues that arise when two families are joined by marriage.
No Strings Attached is for those who have tried or are contemplating trying a friends-with-benefits relationship.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind explores the possibility of erasing the painful memories of an ex — would you do it if you could?
Anyone in a long-distance relationship can relate to the protagonists in Sleepless in Seattle, who must find each other despite living on opposite coasts.
First-time parents can learn what not to do with a new baby from the parents of Raising Arizona, who decide to kidnap a baby to become a family.
Single ladies who are more interested in their friends' love lives than their own can relate to Emma.
A wife and her husband must decide together if she should spend one night with another man for $1 million in Indecent Proposal.
Broken English is for you if you find yourself smitten with a new guy with a sexy French accent.
May My Best Friend's Wedding be a warning to you to not wait until your best friend is getting married to tell him you have feelings for him.
A pair of 50-somethings who have sworn off love unexpectedly find it in Never Again.
You may reconsider an office romance when you watch His Girl Friday, which is about a newspaper editor who's trying to prevent his ex-wife — and also his star reporter — from remarrying.