- Red, White, & Royal Blue
If you want enemies to lovers, a trope yet a forbidden love that conquers all kinds of things, you’ll like Red, White, and Royal Blue.
The story follows Alez, the son of the US president and Prince Henry of the United Kingdom. The two are forced to be “friends” after crashing the Prince’s older brother’s wedding. But, as the pair grow closer, their love for each other blossoms, which pushes them into a whirlwind of a secret romance.
- Past Lives
Past Lives revolves around the story of a woman who tries to remember and reconnect with her crush back when she was a kid. Although the movie dwells more on romance than comedy, it’s still a good watch.
- Anyone But You
We can’t get enough of the beautiful Sydney Sweeney. The Euphoria actress stars in this romance-comedy called Anyone but You. The story is about Bea and Ben, who went on a first date yet didn’t quite have a blossoming romance. However, fate decided to play with them when they meet at a wedding in Australia and play “girlfriend and boyfriend.”
It’s great to see Captain America back on screen again, this time in a romantic comedy. Chris Evans plays Cole, who falls in love with a woman named Samie, played by Ana de Armas. Unbeknownst to him, Sadie is a secret agent. In this tale of love, Cole finds himself saving the world with his crush.
This is an adorable story of yet another forbidden love that knows no bounds. Elemental follows the story of Amber, a woman of fire, who befriends a water guy. Despite being of different elements, they actually have a lot of things in common.
- Third World Romance
Pinoy romcoms, anyone? Third World Romance is a glimpse of reality. Charlie Dizon plays an outspoken cashier who falls in love with a chill grocery bagger. The couple navigates relationships in a world where everything comes at a cost.