Netflix has plenty of New Year’s Eve-themed movies to watch on Dec. 31. Netflix

Not everyone goes out to party on New Year’s Eve. Sometimes, you just want to cuddle up on the couch with Netflix. Luckily, there are plenty of movies that can help you ring in 2017. All of these movies are available for streaming now, and they feature storylines involving New Year’s Eve.

“Sunset Boulevard” — This 1950 classic follows Joe Gillis (William Holden) as he meets depressed silent film star Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson). A pivotal scene takes place at a New Year’s Eve party where Joe realizes he is the only guest.

“Are We There Yet?” — Nick (Ice Cube) wants to impress Suzanne (Nia Long), so he agrees to bring her kids Lindsey (Aleisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Bolden) from Portland to Canada for her. It’s not a simple trip, though. Things take a hilarious turn after they can’t get on the plane, and it becomes a roadtrip. The movie kicks off on Christmas Day and wraps up on New Year’s Eve.

“54” — This flick explores the dark side of the famed Studio 54. Of course, one of the best nights to hit up the club was New Year’s Eve. Ryan Phillippe, Salma Hayek, Mike Myers and Neve Campbell star.

“An Affair to Remember” — Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant’s characters share a New Year’s kiss in this 1957 film, but then they have to part ways. The problem is that they’re both committed to other people, so they agree to meet in six months. Not everything goes according to plan, though.

“While You Were Sleeping” — Lucy (Sandra Bullock) pulls her crush Peter (Peter Gallagher) out of the way of a train, but he ends up comatose. As a small lie to a nurse for access to him, she claims to be his fiancée. The lie spirals out of control and becomes especially difficult to keep up after Peter’s brother Jack (Bill Pullman) takes an interest in her at a New Year’s Eve party.

“Survivor” — Those looking for an action movie will dig this. Kate Abbott (Milla Jovovich) is working for the American embassy when she is targeted by The Watchmaker (Pierce Brosnan), a notorious assassin.

For more Netflix suggestions, check out what to watch before it disappears in January HERE.