People Share What They Think Are the Most Underrated Romantic Films of the Last 10 Years

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What are your favorite romantic films from the past decade? Ones that you think are pretty underrated and that might’ve flown under the radar?

Well, here’s a big list of them that you might want to add to your various streaming queues, courtesy of responses the Buzzfeed Community.

Let us begin!

1. Love, Simon (2018)

“First of all, it was one of the first films I had ever seen that featured a gay main character within a love story. I honestly cried multiple times. I felt like it was so modern and realistic. It really hit close to me.”

2. Call Me By Your Name (2017)

“It has to be one of the best love stories I’ve ever seen portrayed on film! Not only is the journey between the two of them so beautiful, raw, and heartfelt, but the soundtrack and scenery just makes you swoon even harder.”

3. Juliet, Naked (2018)

“Honestly, I think I might be the only person to have seen this movie. Ethan Hawke is perfect and it’s a lovely reminder of how much I loved him in the ’90s. Please go watch it so I have someone to talk about it with!”

4. Friends with Benefits (2011)

“Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake are hilarious and have amazing chemistry!”

5. Brooklyn (2015)

“First, I loved how they chose a real Irish actress to play the main character. Second, this film takes place so long ago, yet there are so many relatable topics to the present; This includes immigration and falling in love with someone who is the complete opposite of who you’re used to dating. Lastly, I really liked how it wasn’t just about dating, it also explored family and death.”

6. Sparrows Dance (2012)

“Noah Buschel made a great movie about an agoraphobic actress (Marin Ireland) who hasn’t left her apartment or changed her routine in years after a huge nervous breakdown. She begins to fall in love with the plumber she has to call when her toilet overflows. The plumber (Paul Sparks) is understanding and slowly brings her walls down. It’s honestly so good, and my description doesn’t do it justice.”

7. Beginners (2010)

“It’s about a guy named Oliver who’s basically reflecting on his father’s life after he passes away. His father came out at the age of 75 and began a relationship with a younger man, which pushed him to be more honest and open with himself and those around him. While Oliver begins exploring his father’s life, he meets and begins to fall in love with a woman who has her own father issues. It’s honestly such a beautiful movie that deserves more recognition.”

8. Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)

“It’s such a beautiful love story, but I think people dismiss it because they’re vampires.”

9. Man Up (2015)

“Starring Lake Bell and Simon Pegg, it’s a British film about two people who are perfect and hilarious together! It’s kind of an unconventional premise, but it ends up working so well. I’m shocked more people don’t know about it.”

10. Like Crazy (2012)

“It’s such a raw, realistic portrayal of what relationships are like in your early twenties. The jealousy, back and forth breaking up, and the reality of how hard it is to end a relationship even when you know it’s not working. I think a lot of people can watch this movie and will be reminded of their first adult relationship, and what it’s like to grow apart.”

11. Five Feet Apart (2019)

“It did not the get the credit it deserved! It was pushed aside as just another movie romanticizing illnesses, but it definitely did not romanticize cystic fibrosis at all! I started crying halfway through and didn’t stop. 10/10.”

12. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

“It highlights a teenager, who is just starting to show signs of schizophrenia and depression, but is also learning about friendship and first loves. It hits me right in the feels every time I watch it. Also, Emma Watson’s hair basically defined the decade.”

13. Set It Up (2018)

“Honestly, my favorite rom-com ever! The movie has an amazing cast, with a funny and original storyline. The chemistry between the characters, the perfect slow burn that isn’t annoying, hilarious best friends, and a stereotypical dramatic airport scene. The movie has EVERYTHING in it you could ever want from a rom-com. The fact that more people don’t appreciate it is a straight up crime.”

14. The Giant Mechanical Man (2012)

“The Giant Mechanical Man with Jenna Fischer and Chris Messina is just a sweet movie about two regular people who are a little lost, and looking to be seen.”

15. The Switch (2010)

“The premise sounds like it would be one big Judd Apatow movie with crude humor, which I have no problem with, but it’s actually incredibly sweet. The relationship between Wally and Sebastian is heartwarming. I highly recommend, because it’s one of my favorite movies.”