With Valentine's Day falling on a weekend this year, it's basically a given that you'll be spending at least part of the day curled up on the couch, watching Netflix.
The good news: Whatever your romantic status -- be it happily coupled, hopelessly yearning, or contentedly devoted to a giant bowl of cheese dip -- there's a perfect love story currently streaming to match your Valentine's mood.
The movie: "Sleepless in Seattle"
Watch it if: You're in a committed relationship, yet you feel the most terrible, magical yearning for some guy you just met on Reddit.
The movie: "Sense and Sensibility"
Watch it if: You're in the mood for an old-fashioned English love story... or for Severus Snape wearing breeches, reading romantic poetry.
The movie: "Silver Linings Playbook"
Watch it if: You worry that you're too much of a basket case to ever find true romance.
The movie: "Don Jon"
Watch it if: You prefer a quiet Valentine's Day at home, alone, watching... movies.
The movie: "She's All That"
Watch it if: Your unibrow is the only thing holding you back from landing the prom date of your dreams.
The movie: "Safe Haven"
Watch it if: You can't even think about looking for love because you're so (ahem) haunted by your last relationship.
The movie: "Jane Eyre"
Watch it if: You're on your own for Valentine's Day, but no worries: He's totally going to marry you just as soon as he can divorce his crazy wife.
The movie: "Cold Mountain"
Watch it if: You're having second thoughts about your long-distance relationship.
The movie: "Seven"
Watch it if: Valentine's Day? F--- Valentine' Day. You hate the world and everyone in it.