It's the wonderful time of year when couples in love celebrate their relationships with all kinds of tokens of affection, including chocolate, flowers, jewelry, candlelit dinners, and other unique gifts. However, one really great way to lowkey celebrate the holiday is to curl up and watch a movie together, and what better way to do that than by streaming a selection of romantic films on Netflix?

The popular streaming service has a large number of great films to choose from when it comes to setting the mood. Whether your goal is to cry over some tearjerkers, laugh at some romantic comedies, or appreciate genuine dramatic love stories, be sure to check out some of these options for your Valentine's celebration.

1. "1 Mile To You" (2017): After escaping the bus accident that killed his girlfriend, a high school student channels his grief into running, with the help of a new coach.

2. "13 Going On 30" (2004): 

When a geeky teens' birthday party goes awry and she makes a wish that she could be 30, she wakes up to discover she's flash-forwarded 17 years.

3. "5 To 7" (2014): A young novelist's life is turned upside down when a chance encounter outside a New York hotel leads to an intense affair with a diplomat's wife.

4. "A Little Bit Of Heaven" (2011): A free-spirited woman has it all, including cancer. She'll face it with dignity—and maybe even fall in love.

5. "Barefoot In The Park" (1967): A pair of newlyweds—he, a stuffed-shirt lawyer, she, a free spirit—attempt to adapt to each other and life in a small Greenwich Village flat.

6. "Beauty And The Briefcase" (2010): A woman is only pretending to look for love to cash in on a hot story for her magazine, but her heart doesn't get the memo.

7. "Breakfast At Tiffany's" (1961): Fortune hunter Holly Golightly finds herself captivated by writer Paul Varjak, who moves into her building on a wealthy woman's dime.

8. "Bright Star" (2009): This drama details the passionate three-year romance between romantic poet John Keats—who died tragically at age 25—and his great love and muse.

9. "Carol" (2015): A wealthy married woman and a female department store clerk begin a forbidden affair in the 1950s that leads to both heartache and liberating joy.

10. "Chalet Girl" (2011): 

A rich guy falls for a poor girl, but the only things between them are his snobby mom, girlfriend and a mountain of snow.

11. "Coffee Shop" (2014): A small town coffee shop owner with romantic and financial woes can't get a grip on her problems—until realizing she can't go it alone.

12. "Country Crush" (2016): A city girl falls for a country boy, who follows her to New York, but their romance may be over when she must choose between love and a music career.

13. "Definitely, Maybe" (2008): Interested in knowing how her divorcing parents met, young Maya listens as her dad, Will, recounts his romantic past with three different women.

14. "The First Time" (2012): Dave is in love with Jane, the hottest girl in school. But a chance encounter with Aubrey leads to a hilariously awkward romance.

15. "Hitch" (2005): Smooth and sexy Hitch helps clients make a great first impression on a date, but he's thrown when a lovely reporter starts nosing around his business.

16. "Holding The Man" (2015): In 1970s Australia, two teen boys fall in love with each other and defeat obstacles to their 15-year relationship, until a new crisis comes their way.

17. "How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days" (2003): A guy is writing about how to drop a guy; he's betting he'll make her fall in love. Ten days equal endless possibilities.

18. "Keith" (2008):

 A high school weirdo starts to grow on the girl of his dreams. But real love is never as easy as it seems.

19. "Leap Year" (2010): Anna chooses February 29 to propose marriage to her boyfriend, but after meeting a charming innkeeper, she must evaluate her future plans.

20. "Love Wedding Marriage" (2011): A freshly wedded marriage counselor's parents are on the brink, and she'll stop at nothing to keep them from splitting.

21. "Moonrise Kingdom" (2012): A frantic search ensues in a small New England town when two 12-year-olds fall in love and run away together.

22. "Must Love Dogs" (2005): Divorcée Sarah Nolan isn't ready for a romance, but when her sister signs her up for an online dating service, love-seeking mates come calling.

23. "My Fake Fiancé" (2009): Recently burgled homeowner Jennifer and debt-ridden Vince meet at a lavish wedding and conspire to fake an engagement just to cash in on the gifts.

24. "No Reservations" (2007): Kate, an uptight chef, finds her life turned upside down when her sister dies in a car accident and she becomes her niece's sole guardian.

25. "One Small Hitch" (2013): On their way to a wedding, friends Josh and Molly agree to fake an engagement to please Josh's dying father, but things don't turn out as planned.

26. "RENT" (2005): 

Based on Puccini's opera "La Boheme," this musical follows a group of scrappy bohemians who face true love, drug addiction and AIDS in New York City.

27. "Safe Haven" (2013): When a mysterious woman arrives in a small North Carolina town, she begins a new life but remains haunted by a terrifying secret.

28. "Southside With You" (2016): Tag along as future President Barack Obama and a young lawyer named Michelle go on their first date across Chicago's South Side in the summer of 1989.

29. "To Rome With Love" (2012): Four tales of romance, infidelity opera and the fickleness of celebrity occur in Rome.

30. "To The Wonder" (2012): Soon after returning to his native Oklahoma with a beautiful woman he met in Paris, Neil finds himself drifting toward an old friend.

31. "Wedding Crashers" (2005): Two buddies know how to use a woman's hopes and dreams for their own carnal gain by crashing weddings.

32. "While You Were Sleeping" (1995): A transit worker who rescues a handsome commuter, then pretends to be the comatose man's fiancée while falling for his brother.

33. "The Young Victoria" (2009): Eighteen-year-old British royal Victoria ascends to the throne and is romanced by future husband Prince Albert.