"Love and Basketball" – Released in 2000, the film -- starring Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps -- centers around the friendship-turned-relationship of two neighbors who share a passion for playing basketball and going pro. However, the demands of competitive sports cause a strain between them. IMDb rates the movie at 7.2 stars. It can be streamed on HBO Now.
"Brokeback Mountain" – The film, which debuted in 2005, travels back in time to the 1960s to show the secretive romance of two cowboys. Their continued encounters prove the men are destined for each other, despite the fact that their relationship would likely not have been accepted by society. IMDb rates the movie at 7.7 stars. It can be streamed on HBO Now.
"Roman Holiday" – Audrey Hepburn captivates viewers as Princess Ann in the 1953 hit. While visiting Rome, she falls asleep on a park bench and is rescued by an American newsman who was on assignment to interview her. Throughout their day together, their connection becomes stronger. IMDb rates the movie at 8.1 stars. It can be streamed on Netflix.
"Dirty Dancing" – Released in 1987, the film is best known for the impassioned moment when Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze) says, "Nobody puts Baby in a corner." While on vacation in 1963 at a resort in New York's Catskills Mountains, Baby (Jennifer Grey) becomes mesmerized by the swaying and smooth talking of dance instructor Castle. It's got a rating of 6.9 stars on IMDb, and can be streamed on Hulu and Hulu Plus.