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11 Movies About Summer Love To Stream Right Now

From sweet to steamy.

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The Notebook, 2004

The summer romance film to end all summer romance films, you'll be seeing this classic pop up time and again, because true love never dies. (Netflix, Hulu)

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Y Tu Mamá También, 2001

This steamy drama about two young friends hitting the road with a slightly older woman, featuring a young Gael García Bernal, is the stuff of high school folklore. (Netflix)

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She's Gotta Have It, 1985

Spike Lee's classic joint about an independent young woman juggling the affections of three lovers was shot in just 12 days one summer in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. (Netflix)

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Moonlight, 2016

While not technically set in the summertime, the Miami setting of this heartbreaking Oscar winner evokes that nostalgic feeling of young loves past. (Netflix)

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Call Me By Your Name, 2017

Luca Guadagnino's wistful drama about young Americans living in Italy and (possibly) falling in love is the film that put Timothée Chalamet on the map. (Amazon)

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Premature, 2019

This recent critic's pick tells the story of 17-year-old Ayanna (Zora Howard), who meets Isaiah one summer night in Harlem during her last months at home before college. (Hulu)

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Dirty Dancing, 1987

No one puts this classic starring Patrick Schwayze and Jennifer Grey in a corner! (Hulu)

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Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants, 2005

The only thing better than a summer fling is the love shared between a group of girlfriends who all wear the same pants. Kostas hive forever. (Amazon)

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Blue Crush, 2002

Though surfer Kate Bosworth finds herself entangled in a sexy romance, Blue Crush is less about coupling up and more a classic story about a woman trying to have it all. (Hulu)

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Wet Hot American Summer, 2001

The original comedy that sparked the spinoffs, this classic summer camp parody features more recognizable faces than you can count. (Hulu)

The Kissing Booth, 2020

In a tale as old as the modern schooling system, Elle returns to senior year of high school and Noah is off to Harvard after a romantic summer spent together. Drama ensues. (Netflix)

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