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10 Funny Rom-Coms to Watch on Peacock When You Need a Laugh
Grab the tissues and popcorn for these stellar romantic comedies streaming now.
With spring right around the corner, we find ourselves with the opportunity to plant the seeds of abundant romance. That’s right, love, like pollen, is in the air. So breathe it in and get those ambitions for a spring-fling going with this list of must-see rom-coms streaming now on Peacock.
1. Bros (2022)
When a prominent movie studio invites cynical podcaster and LGBT activist Bobby (Billy Eichner) to write a gay rom-com, he immediately balks at the idea. How, after all, could one translate to a straight audience that for some queer people, anonymous app hookups and non-monogamy may be more authentic than coffee shop meet cutes? But when a handsome and enrapturing somebody comes into his life, Bobby finally finds the opportunity to live the beautiful and gloriously gay love story he never thought possible.
2. Meet Cute (2022)
You’ve heard it before folks: girl meets boy, boy and girl bond over their shared drink order, then girl uses a time-traveling tanning bed to relive their first meeting over and over again. 365 first dates later, Sheila (Kailey Cuoco) has convinced herself that tepid cinephile Gary (Pete Davidson) is a man worth breaking the laws of physics for. Or rather — he will be, just as soon as she finishes wiping out every pesky trauma from his past.
3. Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (2008)
After a lifetime in the shadows of his boisterous family, RJ Stevens (Martin Lawrence) has glowed up from black sheep to one of the most prominent talk show hosts on television. But when his parent’s anniversary provides the perfect opportunity to flex his wealth on the family he so desperately craves acceptance from, RJ returns home to find that true love, both romantic and familial, can often lie where you least expect it.
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4. Trainwreck (2015)
Amy Townsend (Amy Schumer) is —spoiler alert—a bit of a trainwreck. Powerless to stop self- sabotaging her first real relationship with orthopedic surgeon Aaron Carter (Bill Hader), Amy discovers that love is worth growing and, for Aaron, that there’s no better wingman than Lebron James.
5. 50 First Dates (2004)
Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) and Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore) have a one-of-a-kind connection. That is, he’s a marine biologist and she has a rare brain injury that makes her forget he ever existed. Incapable of letting her go, Henry sets off on an ambitious mission to make her fall in love with him, over and over again, every day. Even if it takes a complex set of ploys to make it happen.
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6. Ticket to Paradise (2022)
When their daughter reveals that she’s giving up the potential for a promising law career to marry a man she’s known for a month, divorced exes David (George Clooney) and Georgia Cotton (Julia Roberts) set aside their hatred for one another to sabotage the wedding before it even happens. Love, however, proves itself an impossible enemy to subdue. Especially when David and Georgia begin to realize that while new flames burn bright, old ones can still blaze beneath the surface.
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7. Deliver Us from Eva (2003)
Three brothers-in-law devise a way to pay off their womanizer friend (LL Cool J) to romance and keep their sister-in-law Eva (Gabrielle Union) from meddling in their married lives. But when the two unexpectedly fall in love, the men devise an ill-conceived plan to break them up, by whatever means necessary. Can love prevail in the end — along with the understanding that hell hath no fury like a sister scorned?
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8. Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)
After a devastating break-up with his television star girlfriend of five years (Kristen Bell), composer Peter Bretter (Jason Sudeikis) sets out on a vacation to Hawaii to clear his mind. When he discovers she’s on the island with her new rockstar boyfriend as well, however, Peter sparks a relationship with hotel concierge Rachel Jansen (Mila Kunis) and discovers that the key to any good relationship is finding someone who loves you as you are.
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9. The Five-Year Engagement (2012)
There’s no doubt that San Francisco sous-chef Tom (Jason Segel) and his brilliant fiance Dr. Violet Barnes (Emily Blunt) are in love. But when a series of events cause their engagement to be extended by several years, the two must overcome their growing pains and remind themselves why they got engaged in the first place.
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10. The Proposal (2009)
As editor-in-chief for one of New York’s premiere book publishers, Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) is like the Miranda Priestly of books. Everything she says goes. But when an unfortunate slip up with her immigration paperwork leaves her vulnerable to deportation, she’s forced to enter a green card marriage with her mistreated assistant Andrew Paxton (Ryan Reynolds). One problem: the immigration agent suspects they are lying, and the only way to keep from going to jail is for Margaret to meet Andrew’s eccentric family in Alaska.
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