The Best Romantic-Comedy Films Of The 2010s That You Can Watch

Romantic comedies are beloved for their blend of love, humour, and a bit of drama. The 2010s produced some exceptional Romantic-Comedy films, ranging from quirky introductions to heartwarming love tales. These movies captured our hearts and left us feeling smitten. Whether you’re a romantic at heart or just need a good laugh, let’s revisit the best romantic comedies of the last decade. Join me on a journey through memory lane, and get ready to fall in love all over again!


Crazy Stupid Love (2011)

The film depicts Cal Weaver, a salesman, navigating himself through a familial dilemma when his spouse Emily requests to call off their marriage. Cal’s story takes a surprising detour when he befriends a smart and attractive bachelor named Jacob, who shows Cal the ropes to dominate the dating game. Cal is having a hard time adjusting to his newfound bachelor status and grappling with his love for his ex-spouse after their separation. At the same time, Robbie, his adolescent son, has a secret liking for his babysitter, who happens to have feelings for his father. The film chronicles their journeys as they attempt to figure out how to handle romantic connections. The story’s theme that romance can be ugly and confusing is a topic that fans will enjoy.


Easy A (2010)

Olive, the protagonist, chooses to accept the accusations and fake going to bed with multiple guys at her institution in hopes of salvaging her image and helping a couple of her relatively shy peers. Olive’s popularity rises. However, she’s also been shunned by her previous pals and called a “slut” because of her newfound notoriety. The movie depicts Olive as she experiences the joys and sorrows of being a teenager, including the temptation to comply and the fallout of her individual choices. She meets Brandon, a homosexual student who is also getting teased, and forms feelings for Woodchuck Todd, a lad who can see beyond her image. It’s a satire on the typical high school film formula, and it’s a great piece to explore. Emma Stone shines in the starring role, making Olive a likeable and sympathetic character with her humorous and charming demeanour.


Life As We Know It (2010)

The plot of the film centres on Eric Messer and Holly Berenson, a pair of grownups who’re pitted against each other at a surprise dinner orchestrated by their common contacts, Alison and Peter. The couple decides never to cross each other again after their disastrous date. But then tragedy strikes, and they have no choice but to join forces after learning that their friends’ child, Sophie, has been left an orphan after a traffic crash claimed their lives. As Holly and Eric take Sophie into their custody, they must learn to work together as caregivers while simultaneously juggling their own problems. The film has a formulaic premise and clichéd jokes. The film is neither too emotional nor sugary and effectively balances its humorous and serious beats.


How Do You Know? (2010)

The film centers on multiple individuals: Lisa Jorgenson, an athlete who has recently been trimmed from the senior squad and is in the process of figuring out her next steps in her career; George Madison, an entrepreneur who’s getting scrutinized for a financial scam, and eventually loses his heart to Lisa and Matty Reynolds, a successful athlete who has Lisa as his romantic interest. After getting to know Matty, Lisa finds herself developing affection for him, who is experiencing an extremely tough patch in his romantic and social life at the same time. The three main protagonists face professional and familial difficulties as they work through their tangled relations.


The Switch (2010)

The film chronicles the experiences of Kassie Larson, a successful mother who chooses to conceive a child via IVF. Wally Mars, her closest pal and colleague, is not happy with her choice and drinks heavily at Kassie’s implantation celebration, switching out his sperm for the donor’s. Kassie moves to the Big Apple and has a kid named Sebastian, who looks just like Wally. The film’s critical reception was divided, with several reviewers appreciating the artists’ portrayals and the film’s sense of humour, while others found fault with the story and its characters. The on-screen dynamic between Bateman and Aniston is fantastic. The sweetness and sincerity of their relationship come from the realism of their relationship and the slow building of their love for one another.


Enough Said (2013)

The movie centres on Eva, a separated beautician who is battling to accept her daughter’s impending leave for university. During a gathering, Eva encounters a nice guy nicknamed Albert, and they begin dating. At the same time, Eva gets close to a writer named Marianne, who eventually turns into a customer of hers. Marianne often complains to her newfound friends about her former spouse but seldom reveals his identity when Eva finds out that her newfound love interest is really Marianne’s former husband. Now Eva has to decide if she should keep dating him or break off the affair. The film depicts the challenges of negotiating new friendships as well as the multifaceted nature of human relationships, particularly when individuals carry their own pasts and unresolved issues into their future. The video delves into the complexities of romances and the difficulties of moving on.


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