Top Five Netflix Movies For Those Lazy Friday Nights

Sofia Alas, Journalist

You may have already heard about this movie due to the recent craze about it, “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” is the number one movie on this list and here’s why. “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” talks about a sixteen-year-old-girl named Laura Jean Covey who writes deep, personal letters to her crush every time she likes someone, the only catch is that she never actually sends them. When her younger sister decides to let the letters loose and mails them to each of the boys. Laura Jean tries to do everything she can to make things right. This movie will have you falling in love with all of the characters and might even make you want to read the book if you haven’t already.

The next movie is called “Set It Up” this movie talks about two young assistants with angry bosses get together to try and set their bosses up with each other. This movie will make you laugh, cry, and smile, perfect for a night to yourself.

The third movie is “The Spectacular Now”. When reckless, partying, Sutter Keely meets the not-so-typical “nice girl” his idea of life after high school changes. This movie may be a little bit more directed towards more mature audiences just because it is rated TV-MA for the language, but overall this is a very good movie. If you are looking for a movie to make you cry, this is it. Not only is it heart-wrenching, but it has a touching love story behind it that will keep you watching throughout the whole movie, even the really sad parts.

The fourth movie is “The Kissing Booth”. This movie has also been really popular recently so if you haven’t seen it, now’s the chance. This movie talks about the everlasting friendship between Elle Evans and Lee Flynn that is suddenly challenged by the sudden load of feelings that Elle develops for Lee’s older brother Noah. This movie will have you constantly debating, friendship or relationship?

Finally, the fifth movie is “Sierra Burgess Is a Loser”. This movie tells a story about a case of mistaken identity and how it eventually leads to an unexpected romance where the guy falls in love with the girl’s words and personality instead of physical appearance. This movie will have you intensely watching every minute of it, while falling in love with the characters all at the same time.