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Best Comedies To Watch On Netflix

Nothing is more relaxing than a hearty laugh. It is a joyful expression! It is exercise. It indicates that you are having fun.

The joy of having a good time is available whenever you want thanks to Netflix’s amazing range of comedies.

There is a great choice for you whether you are in the mood for action-packed shenanigans, quirky coming-of-age tales, awkward humor, unbelievable stupidity, outrageous musical performances, or crime with a splash of humor.

And to make it even simpler to pick, we have highlighted the funniest movies below. Keep reading to find out.

20 Best Comedy Movies To Watch On Netflix:

If you’re looking for a good laugh, Netflix has got you covered with its vast collection of comedy movies. From classic films to recent releases, there’s something for everyone on this streaming platform. Here is a list of the best comedy movies to watch on Netflix that are sure to tickle your funny bone.

1. Monty Python and the Holy Grail:

We should raise a glass to the comical group of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, as it is only appropriate given that Monty Python are the undeniable kings of comedy.

With a cast like Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, John Cleese, Michael Palin, and Terry Gilliam this parody of Arthurian legend features many of the crew’s most commendable figures.

Holy Grail is brimming with outrageous humor, including the Knights Who Say “Ni!” and the feared Rabbit of Caerbannog.

Other characters include a taunting Frenchman and the Black Knight who will not ever say die. It encapsulates everything that made this comedy team so exceptional and is endlessly quotable and ridiculously funny.

The way we view elderberries, coconuts, birds, hamsters, and other things has also been permanently altered by this.

2. The Eurovision Song Contest; The story of Fire Saga:

The Eurovision Song Contest is prevalent with parody due to its popularity for bizarre musical performances.

Fortunately for fans of the Eurovision Song Contest, the competition receives the mockery it merits in this  silly movie featuring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams.

They portray the Icelandic musical group Fire Saga, who are in the limelight for the Eurovision song contest. There, they learn that the renowned competition is a fiercely competitive world of glitzy outfits and lots of bops.

Larger-than-life characters, ridiculous humor, and tons of Eurovision references are all present in the Eurovision Song Contest, which will make viewers grin and applaud.

You get a comedy that will make you laugh and melt when you combine all of that with timed comedy turns from Ferrell and McAdams.

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3. The Breaker Upperers:

This underappreciated film from New Zealand stars Jackie van Beek, James Rolleston, and Jemaine Clement in a profoundly surreal comedy about two lifelong friends who have a crazy but brilliant business plan. It was directed by Waititi.

Want to escape a messy argument by having someone dump your partner? Call Mel and Jen.

These fearless Breaker Upperers will help you ghost a former by posing as police officers, acting pregnant, or even faking your demise for a fair price.

Van Beek and Sami shine despite the antics. This comedy will leave you laughing out loud because it is bursting with wild humor.

4. Vampires vs The Bronx:

Want to watch a thrilling, funny, kid-friendly movie that also delivers a powerful message about the negative effects of gentrification? Vampires vs. the Bronx can then be devoured.

In his PG-13 horror-comedy, Oz Perkins focuses on a group of Afro-Latino teenagers who understand that the neighborhood is in trouble when there are a lot of missing persons signs up and a lot of wealthy white people showing up with tote bags.

They collaborate to defeat the bloodsuckers and defend their neighborhood in the manner of the Monster Squad. Vampires vs. the Bronx is a simple watch that pays off with a quick wit, a kind heart, a rich sense of ambiance, and equal love for the Blade films and ’80s Amblin.

5. Paddington:

Paddington is a highly acclaimed adventure film based on the beloved children’s books by Michael Bond.

It stars a stellar live-action ensemble (Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, and Peter Capaldi!) and a delightful CGI bear (voiced by Ben Whishaw) who loves marmalade and wears a blue coat.

The title bear arrives in London from the jungles in Peru and is hesitantly adopted by the Browns.

However, as cultures clash, a ruthless taxidermist (played by Nicole Kidman) is ruthlessly resolved to make Paddington her next specimen, endangering his freedom and even life!

Paddington is a cheerful delight that begs to be watched because it is so full of whimsy, humor, and warmth.

6. The Nice Guys:

The Nice Guys is one of the best comic duos out there if you enjoy dark comedy, witty dialogue, ’70s style, and/or odd couples.

In 1977 Los Angeles, Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling portray two retired private investigators who reluctantly team up to look for a missing woman (Margaret Qualley).

The former’s shrewd adolescent daughter, Angourie Rice, also occasionally lends a hand.

It is the unexpected chemistry between Crowe and Gosling that really keeps this engine running, and it will leave you wishing for more where that came from, even though the mystery takes the gang to the furthest reaches of the city, diving deep into rabbit holes, and coming into contact with all manner of eccentrics.

7. The Mitchell’s vs The Machines:

Such bold and exciting cartoon films as Surf’s Up, Hotel Transylvania, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse have been produced by Sony Pictures Animation.

A family battling the robot-apocalypse with cooperation, internet savvy, and a wall-eyed pug called Monchi is the focus of this outrageous 2021 release.

When Katie, the Mitchells’ daughter, is about to leave for college, the family’s chaotic journey starts.

Her father, who is desperate for one last road journey to bring the family together, packs the whole family into his beaten-down car without realizing that he is setting the family on a path to heroism.

Through the use of internet memes, social media-like responses, and bizarre visuals, director Mike Rianda imbues the movie with Katie’s ecstatic viewpoint.

It is a risky move that might turn off some viewers but has generally received praise from critics and the most brutal critics aka, Kids

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8. Polka King:

True criminal stories occasionally inspire some of the best dark comedies. This is the case with this outrageous production, in which Jack Black plays notorious conman and local personality Jan Lewan.

Lewan possesses all the rock star swagger you will need to comprehend how he could be so alluring to the Pennsylvania seniors who gave their savings to the self-proclaimed Polka King.

This tale of fraud and showmanship was given form by screenwriters Maya Forbes and Wallace Wolodarsky.

The Man Who Would Be Polka King, a fantastic documentary from 2009, had some of the wildest dialogue, but they sensibly relied on its regional flair.

This comedy feels stranger than fiction but is true because it was based directly on conversations with Jan Lewan’s friends, family, and victims.

9. Galaxy Quest:

This adoring parody of the storytelling conventions and fervent fans of Star Trek has a golden heart that would make Gene Roddenberry himself happy.

The has-been cast of the cult sci-fi TV series with the same name is recruited for Galaxy Quest by people from a distant planet who think the show is a documentary of their heroics.

This makes the sarcastic, self-absorbed, and cynical actors the very last hope of the adoring (and adorably literal-minded) aliens.

Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, Sam Rockwell, as well as Rainn Wilson and Justin Long in their first film parts, are among the impressive cast members.

The script is clever and remains one of the best Hollywood tales about the influence of love.

10. Dolemite Is My Name:

This Eddie Murphy film, which tells the true tale of the late comedian Rudy Ray Moore, also known as Dolemite, is well worth the time it takes to watch.

Dolemite Is My Name is a hysterical entertainment comedy that manages to be both a heartfelt look at the life of an outcast and an unbelievable good time.

This biopic provides more laughs per minute than many comedies in fiction thanks to the supporting work of Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Wesley Snipes, Craig Robinson, and others. You will adore it because it is sensational, inspiring, and electrifying.

11. The Duff:

We understand if the title of this film—”Designated Ugly Fat Friend”—put you off. Nevertheless, getting past those early reservations is worthwhile for this misnamed underdog story.

The Duff is a hidden gem that will astound viewers who have slept on its release since 2015 because it is extraordinarily funny, surprisingly thoughtful, and stars all-time great actress Mae Whitman.

What if you are viewing it again? Then, we assure you that Robbie Ammel is still deserving of crushes on the second, third, and fourth occasions.

12. Always Be My Maybe:

What if the one that got away had another chance? Sasha and Marcus used to be as close as a slap band. However, one awkward night spent sweating in the trunk appeared to ruin their future as a couple.

After 15 years, she is a well-known cook, while he works for his father’s HVAC company and performs with his band on the side.

Nevertheless, destiny brings them back together, which may give Marcus (Randall Park) the opportunity to express his feelings to Sasha (Ali Wong).

When Keanu Reeves crashes the party, being all weird and hot and having the audacity to be Keanu Reeves, comedy erupts as the stakes get high! 

13. Hunt for the Wilderpeople:

This 2016 action film is about a rotten egg. Taika Waititi, the writer and director, is known for his quirky delights like Ricky Baker and his grumpy foster parent Hec (Sam Neill).

After losing his foster mother, Ricky runs into the New Zealand forests, and Hec chases after him before realizing he has no desire to go back to society.

Together, they take on the identity of the wilderpeople, subsisting off the land while avoiding arrest by law enforcement, including Rachel House from Thor: Ragnarok.

Equal parts moving, funny, and ridiculous, Wilderpeople is a silly yet heartwarming tale of adventure and newfound family that can be enjoyed by all.

14. A Knight’s Tale:

Will (Ledger) was born into poverty as the son of a thatcher, and he seems destined to live a life of no significance.

That is, until, with a little assistance from his pals, he poses as a knight. (Alan Tudyk, Mark Addy, and Paul Bettany).

Will is entered into jousting contests for both money and affection as they work together to create a legend of a champion.

Since there is of course time for romance with a devastatingly stylish princess in between scenes of horse-striding combat.

A Knight’s Tale, which Brian Helgeland wrote and directed, combines a rousing sports epic with a rousing adolescent comedy, a rocking soundtrack, and a medieval fable with contemporary sensibilities.

It is a potent concoction that will undoubtedly speed up your pulse and make you laugh out loud. 

15. Do Revenge:

In search of a revenge movie that honors adolescent icons like Mean Girls, Heathers, Cruel Intentions, and more?

Then watch Do Revenge, a dark comedy that is certain to become part of the pantheon of classic high school films.

Apart from the fact that they both have serious beef with individuals who damaged their reputations, students Drea (Camila Mendes) and Eleanor (Maya Hawke) could not be more dissimilar.

They make the decision to work together to carry out each other’s retaliation schemes, which sets them on a perilous path filled with ethically dubious decisions, funny one-liners, and fantastic attire.

Although Mendes and Hawke have excellent chemistry, Sophie Turner nearly steals the show in a supporting role that must be seen to be believed. 

16. Between Two Ferns:

Between Two Ferns: The Movie goes double meta by portraying Zach Galifianakis’ awkward celebrity interview web series as an insult to the actor’s plan to host a “serious” interview show.

It may not seem like material for a full-length film based on Galifianakis’ web series, but it does.

By speaking with even more famous people, including John Cho, Keanu Reeves, Gal Gadot, Tiffany Haddish, and others, Galifianakis the character sets out to dispel the notion that his original program is a joke.

17. Scott Pilgrim Vs The World:

First of all, even though Scott Pilgrim and the high schooler he is dating have not even touched hands, his pals have every right to call him out for it.

She is 17 and he is 23, and besides, she is way too sophisticated for him. With that out of the way, Edgar Wright’s witty adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s adored comic novels is riotous fun and brings Toronto’s indie rock slacker scene’s chilly winter to life in vibrant fashion.

It is stuffed to the gills with celebrities, including a pre-Marvel Chris Evans, Brie Larson, an early-career Aubrey Plaza at her glorious meanest, and a note-perfect Kieran Culkin performance that now reads as a proto-Roman Roy.

The soundtrack is made up of original songs by indie favorites Beck and others, and the movie is punctuated by a series of outrageous fights that put your favorite arcade games to shame.

It is quotable, lovable, and worth watching again and again. 

18. 21 Jump Street:

The idea that grown-up adult cops would go battle crime in high schools in a movie seemed laughably absurd.

However, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s live-action premiere managed to be equal parts funny, perceptive, bro-ishly sweet, and action-packed.

Jonah Hill and Michael Bacall collaborated on the script for 21 Jump Street, which had a goofily compelling plot and strong supporting performances from Dave Franco, Rob Riggle, Brie Larson, Holly Robinson Peete, and yes, Ice Cube.

At the time, Hill was still being stereotyped as that Superbad dork. Also, keep an eye out for an appearance that has since sparked controversy. 

19. The Burbs:

A stellar cast that includes Bruce Dern, Corey Feldman, Carrie Fisher and Dick Miller bring life to a very bizarre horror comedy along with Tom Hanks as the main character.

The story revolves around a family guy who is stressed out but is trying his hardest to unwind. Much to his neighbors dismay they have their doubts about the new family that just moved in.

Watch this movie as it captures outrageousness that happens in the suburbs and also keeps you hooked at all times.

20. Bullet Train:

A movie so heavily star studded makes it difficult to miss out. The Deadpool 2 director David Lietch brings his spontaneity and quirky style to this peculiar story line.

Basically it’s a bullet  train going through Japan with a bunch of assassins in it. Now let your imagination run wild and let the director show you his magic.

As a merc who has lost his bloodlust, Brad Pitt leads an impressive ensemble.

A straightforward grab-and-go job becomes dangerously complex when he comes into contact with a slew of intriguing characters, all of whom are sporting code names like Tangerine, Lemon, Wolf, The Prince, The Hornet, and White Death.

Many actors, including Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Michael Shannon, Bad Bunny, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Joey King, Zazie Beetz, and Sandra Bullock, are known for their lightning-fast humor. further used?

From firearms and blades to poison, wild animals, and even a well-traveled water bottle, every kind of weapon you can think of is available. Cool, right? Soak it up while you can.


As we conclude the roundup of our top 2o, we hope these recommendations leave you laughing in tears and make your heart swell with happiness.

If you want to recommend more movies, feel free to comment and share why you believe they should make it to our list.

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