7 Romantic Movies Based On Books To Watch On Netflix

Netflix is a wonderful place to find romantic movies that will sweep you off your feet! Whether you’re looking for a light and fluffy rom-com, or something more dramatic, Netflix has the perfect movie for you.

In addition, Netflix has a wide selection of romantic movies based on books. This is a great way for book lovers to get their fix even if they don’t have time to read the books.

The following are seven romantic movies based on books currently showing on Netflix you should check out:

1. The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

The Fault in Our Stars is a novel written by John Green. It was published in January 2012 and has been translated into more than 50 languages. The book is about a teenage girl who has cancer, and her relationship with a boy who’s in remission.

It follows Hazel Grace Lancaster who has cancer and attends a support group where she meets Augustus Waters who had cancer but recovered from it before Hazel’s diagnosis. They both fall in love with each other but Augustus dies at the end of the movie because he had cancer again . It was his body’s way of telling him that the time for love is up.

In 2014, the film adaption of this book was released. The movie stars Shailene Woodley as Hazel Grace Lancaster, Ansel Elgort as Augustus Waters, Nat Wolff as Isaac “Ike” Perlman, Laura Dern as Mrs. Lancaster and Sam Trammell as Mr. Lancaster.

The resulting movie was tender and harrowing for audiences, the modern equivalent of 1970s Love Story.

2. The Time Traveler’s Wife (2009)

In 2003, Audrey Niffenegger published her debut novel, The Time Traveler’s Wife. The story follows Clare and Henry, a woman who is able to see the future and a man who has the ability to travel backwards through time.

In 2009, the novel was adapted into a film starring Rachel McAdams as Clare and Eric Bana as Henry.

The book was praised for its originality and emotional depth while the movie was criticized for its lack of creativity in adapting the book to screen.

3. Gone Girl (2014)

Gone Girl is a thriller novel written by Gillian Flynn. It was published in 2012 and has sold over two million copies worldwide. It tells the story of a man who suspects that his wife is plotting to kill him. The book was adapted into a movie in 2014 and starred Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, and Neil Patrick Harris.

The book is about Nick Dunne’s relationship with his wife Amy and what happens when she goes missing on their fifth anniversary. The book starts with the day before Amy’s disappearance and covers the days following her disappearance until Nick’s arrest for her murder four months later.

The movie pivots smartly with the story being told in a non-linear fashion from alternating perspectives between Nick Dunne and his wife Amy.

4. Me Before You (2016)

Me Before You is an award-winning novel by Jojo Moyes that was published in 2012. It is about Lou Clark, a quirky girl who takes a job as caretaker for Will Traynor, an attractive and wealthy young man that became paralyzed from the neck down after being in an accident.

In 2016, Me Before You was adapted into a movie and released on June 3rd and had its world premiere in London on April 6th.

It stars Emilia Clarke as the main protagonist, Louisa Clark and Sam Claflin as Will Traynor. It also features Jenna Coleman, Charles Dance, Matthew Lewis and Janet McTeer in supporting roles. The movie istays with the book faithfully but changes some parts of it and adds new scenes.

5. The Notebook (2004)

The Notebook is a novel by Nicholas Sparks that was released in October 1996. The novel was adapted into a romantic drama film directed by Nick Cassavetes, and it was released in 2004. Since then, it has been adapted into other formats such as musicals and operas following the movie’s popularity over the decades.

The Notebook, which is also known as the love story of Noah and Allie, tells the story of two young people who fall in love with one another but are forced to break up after Noah’s father forbids their relationship. It has been translated into 45 languages and has sold over 50 million copies worldwide.

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6. Pride and Prejudice (2005)

The 2005 movie adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is an example of a successful adaption that is faithful to the original book. The movie was directed by Joe Wright, who had already directed movies such as Atonement and Hanna.

The 2005 movie adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is an example of a successful adaption that is faithful to the original book. The producers were able to maintain the tone, style, and atmosphere from the novel in the film. They used many scenes from the original novel in order to create a similar experience for those who had read it.

This adaption was able to capture all the important aspects of Jane Austen’s novel while still being accessible to viewers who had not read it beforehand.

The adaptation of the book into a movie was also controversial for many reasons. One of them is that the story is being altered to fit into a two-hour time span. There are also changes in some of the characters, such as Mr. Collins has been replaced by Mr. Darcy’s cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam, while Mrs. Bennet’s sister Mrs. Phillips has been replaced with Charlotte Lucas because she could not be found in the film’s budget range to play her role.

7. Love, Rosie

Love, Rosie is a book written by Cecelia Ahern. It was published in 2005. The story is about two people who have been friends for most of their lives and the love that blossoms between them. In the novel, Rosie and Alex have been best friends since they were five years old. They share everything together and know everything about each other – even their deepest secrets. But one day, without warning, Alex tells Rosie that he doesn’t want to see her anymore – for any reason whatsoever.

The book was adapted into a movie in 2013 and starred Lily Collins as Rosie and Sam Claflin as Alex.

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