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8 of Netflix's Original Romantic Films, Ranked from Worst to Best

8 of Netflix’s Original Romantic Films, Ranked from Worst to Best

Netflix is known for getting Netflix’s original romantic films. With this pandemic going on, people have so much time and many ways to get themselves a peaceful mindset that is free from the worries and stress of work. With everything that is going, work from has become a common culture, where I believe that stress and workload are more.

So to get an escape from all this, youth and other people want to spend their weekend watching movies and series on Netflix with popcorns and in bed with big TV screens.

Here we have a list of some of Netflix’s original romantic films that are ranked from worst to best:

 

Note: all scores were current on the date of publication and are subject to change.

Films without critical ratings were not included.  Some films had a small limited theatrical release prior to being released on Netflix, but were distributed by Netflix, so we’re including them here. 

 

 

8 of Netflix’s original romantic films, ranked from worst to best

1. “Naked” (2017)

With a critic score of 0%, “Naked” is worst-ranked of all Netflix’s original romantic films. It is about a man who wants to marry the love of his life but every time he wants to marry her, he finds himself waking up naked in his hotel elevator to relieve the morning of his wedding day over and over again.

It features Marlon Wayans. Marlon Wayans in “Naked.” Mike D’Angelo wrote that the storyline has to be blamed for why even the character is naked? why?

 

 

2. “MILF” (2020)

The film features Marie-Josée Croze, Virginie Ledoyen, and Axelle Laffont. With a critc score of 14%, “MILF” is about best friends Sonia (Marie-Josee Croze), Cécile (Virginie Ledoyen), and Elise (Axelle Laffont) who are travelling to South France.  travel to the South of France. In a world of single women who are approaching their 40s, the friends find younger men on the vacation. Ronak Kotecha wrote for The Times of India, that “‘MILF’ starts off with a kickass film which gradually ends up being neither funny nor sexy and offensive too. 

 

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3. “Desperados” (2020)

Desperados Netflix has got a critic score of 15% and features Sarah Burns, Nasim Pedrad, and Anna Camp.”Desperados” is about the story of  Wesley (Nasim Pedrad) and her two best friends (Anna Camp and Sarah Burns) who flew to Mexico to  delete an email that has been accidentally sent to her new boyfriend. With all this happening, they run into Weslwy’s ex boyfriend Sean who gets involved in the interesting mission.

Janaya Greene for the Chicago Reader talks about the film as being non relatable and not funny and does not have true stakes. The movie failed in all these aspects.

 

 

 

4. “The Kissing Booth” (2018)

The Kissing Booth featuring Ella Noah is rated as 17% in the critic score. Jacob Elordi and Joey King in “The Kissing Booth.” Marcos Cruz

The movie tells the story of Elle Evans who is a high school student who hasn’t had her first kiss yet and is willing to have it. She sets up a kissing booth at her high school’s spring carnival and also raises money out of it for her dance club and ends up kissing a boy whom she always liked.  The only obstruction in all this is that she faces her best friend’s elder brother. 

Ani Bundel from NBC News THINK wrote, wrote about the movie that it seems it is written by someone who thinks that romance is a patriarchy thing and gave it back to us in a really bad way.  She feels that every cliche is taken from some other movie.

 

5. “The Kissing Booth 2” (2020)

Directed by Vince the movie has got a critic score of just 29%. The netflix movie features Joel Courtney and Joey King. the movie picks up from where the first part left. As Elle was in search of good relationships and the love of her life, she navigated herself to her long distance boyfriend, Noah and her best friend Lee (Joel Courtney). Throughout  the movie, the strength of their relationship is tested by Elle and Noah. 

 Natalia Winkelman for The New York Times wrote that the Director has mercilessly and heavily shown us to get through the relationship drama in the movie. 

 

6. “All the Bright Places” (2020)

The Netflix movie features Elle Fanning and Justice Smith and has got a critic score of 66% . The story is about a novel Jennifer Niven, “All the Bright Places” that has two characters, Violet (Elle Fanning) and Theodore (Justice Smith) that are dealing with the scars and sickness of mental illness, complicated love life and struggles from the past. 

Beandrea July wrote for The Hollywood Reporter finds the movie refreshing and with a spinning concept that has come out after such a long time.

 

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7. “Ali’s Wedding” (2017)

This amazing Netflix movie has a critic score of 92% and features Helana Sawires and Osamah Sami 

“Ali’s Wedding” is based on a true story of Islamic life in Australia where a Muslim has to decide between following his family or his heart. The story portrays the true events of the incidents that happened. is based on a true story, and paints a portrait of Islamic life in Australia when a Muslim cleric must decide between following his family or his heart.

Harry Windsor for The Hollywood Reporter writes about the movie that the humour and laugh of this romantic heart filled adventure of a young man sat in a train to live upto his father’s expectations is very interesting and catchy. 

 

8. “The Half of It” (2020) R

With an excellent score of 97% “Half of it” features Leah Lewis and Alexxis Lemire

“The Half of It” is about Ellie Chu (Leah Lewis), who tries to help a Jock write a love letter to his crushh and earn extra cash from it. But things get the other way round and becomes more complicated when Ellie develops the feelings for the same girl (Alexxis Lemire) 

Christy Lemire for RogerEbert.com wrote about the movie that Alice Wu achieves singularly and universally by telling the personal tale that is inspired by the elements from her own life  when she was young. She finds the movie smart and compelling. 

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