8 movies like ‘Your Place or Mine’ on Netflix, Prime Video & more

Netflix’s Your Place or Mine follows two best friends swapping lives with each other for a week and making personal breakthroughs and crucial realizations.

Debbie and Peter, two best friends and also two diametrically opposite people decide to swap their lives for a week. Pursuing different aspirations and leading different lifestyles, Debbie and Peter give the swap a shot and eventually realize that the things they want aren’t necessarily the ones they need.

And as is the case with the conclusions of movies like it, they must end with the unlikely romance emerging victorious and awarding the couple a happy-ever-after.

Here are 8 other movies like Your Place or Mine that deal with two individuals sharing a quirky and peculiar arrangement that eventually leads to them falling in love;

Just Go With It

Cast: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Nicole Kidman, Nick Swardson, Brooklyn Decker, Bailee Madison, Griffin Gluck

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Sandler plays a plastic surgeon who has a penchant for lying to get women to sleep with him. This lie entails a pity party where he claims to have been wronged by his ex-wife.

He has a younger girlfriend with who he goes on a Hawaii trip, and to keep up his ruse, he turns to his assistant to pretend to be his ex-wife. Unsurprisingly, this complicates the situation and eventually leads to a make-pretend relationship becoming a real one.

No Strings Attached

Cast: Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher, Kevin Kline, Greta Gerwig, Jake Johnson, Mindy Kaling, Lake Bell

Fresh out of a breakup, Adam seeks something casual for a change. While looking for hookups, he meets a girl named Emma. Sparks fly and the two get it on intensely. However, the conditions entail that they keep their dynamic strictly physical.

That’s when the rom-com curveball arrives and the two have to contend with their wrestling inner voices as they fall for each other, all the while trying to deny it.

The Duff

Cast: Mae Whitman, Robbie Amell, Bella Thorne, Bianca Santos, Skyler Samuels, Romany Malco, Ken Jeong, Allison Janney

Bianca learns that she is referred to as the “ugly fat friend” of her circle by the rest of her classmates, and other people, who all use her to get to her more popular friends. She wishes to rebrand her image entirely, and to do that, she asks the jock Wesley’s help.

Over the course of their endeavors, Bianca incorporates a lot of what the friendship teaches her, while also recognizing her feelings for Wesley, ultimately culminating in a momentous happy, romantic ending.

Always Be My Maybe

Cast: Ali Wong, Randall Park, Keanu Reeves, Michelle Buteau, Daniel Dae Kim, Vivian Bang, Susan Park

Sasha and Marcus were childhood sweethearts who eventually would break up and drifted apart. So much so, that they wouldn’t meet each other for 15 years until one day they do.

They live in drastically different worlds and yet the old spark remains there in their hearts even now. However, the various paths they’d embarked on keep them apart until Marcus finally makes a huge decision and goes for the classic rom-com ender.

Set It Up

Cast: Glen Powell, Zoey Deutch, Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs

Harper and Charlie are two overworked and underpaid assistants to Kirsten and Rick, two successful individuals who prevent their assistants from having a break due to all of the occupied slots that go into the assisting.

They both think that their bosses need to get off their backs and get laid, for them to finally be able to enjoy a break. A plot is concocted, and Harper and Charlie begin working together to make their bosses date each other.

As expected, the two would gradually begin to drift towards each other as well, and peculiar circumstances would turn into a classic rom-com delight once again.

The Perfect Date

Cast: Noah Centineo, Laura Marano, Camila Mendes, Odiseas Georgiadis, Alex Biglane, Matt Walsh

Brooks Rattigan is a high school student. To make ends meet and make money for college, he creates an app that proffers his services as a make-pretend date for his client.

The quandary hits Brooks when he inadvertently falls for one of his clients. A misunderstanding makes things sour between them but the two ultimately have to contend with their feelings for each other.

Single All the Way

Cast: Luke MacFarlane, Philemon Chambers, Michael Urie, Kathy Najimy, Jennifer Coolidge, Jennifer Robertson, Alexandra Beaton

Peter is single, and although that’s not really detrimental to his well-being, it surely would inspire judgments from his family, something he really doesn’t want.

In order to avoid all those judgments, Peter turns to his best friend Nick, to pretend to be his boyfriend during the trip home for the holidays.

Peter and Nick had shared a kiss in the past but that was the extent of their romantic fling. Now on a strict friendship basis, the two eventually tussle with their romantic feelings and a make-pretend situation turns into something very real.

13 Going on 30

Cast: Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Christa B. Allen, Judy Greer, Brie Larson, Andy Serkis, Ashley Benson

13-year-old Jenna Rink makes a wish and it comes true. She transforms into her 30-year-old self. In her grown-up body and in the future, she finds her life to be the total opposite of what she envisioned.

She realizes the mistakes of her ways and the mistakes to which she has always paid little heed. When she returns back to her timeline, she decides to change the course of her life, and not lose the guy she has always loved.

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