One of the most difficult genres to define is comedy. Every person has their own sense of humor, which is why no list of the finest comedy movies will ever be ideal for everyone. As a result, we’ve gone out of our way to handpick the best comedies available on Netflix right now. Here is the list, check it out.
Accepted (2006): Accepted is a terrific comedy that flew under the radar when it first came out, with bawdy yet intelligent writing and scenes that should be seen at least once. Bartleby Gaines (Justin Long) is a slacker who is set to graduate from high school but has been rejected by every college to which he has applied.
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006): Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is a hilariously satirical take on the world of NASCAR, and it’s a great addition to Will Ferrell’s collection of comically niche films. Ricky Bobby (Will Ferrell) is the best NASCAR driver in the country, but he’s put to the test when a French Formula One driver sends him down a self-doubt tunnel.
Not Another Teen Movie (2001): Not Another Teen Movie is a goofy parody of pretty much every popular high school film. It’s absolute, over-the-top craziness with a raunchy layer of absurdity. The main plot of She’s All That (and a few others) is that popular jock Jake Wyler (Chris Evans) is dared to take the strange girl out on a date.
Pineapple Express (2008): Pineapple Express introduced a new age of stoner comedy blended with open violence and total laughter in what is one of the best Seth Rogen movies and a big hit with the green movement.
The Mitchells vs The machines (2021): The Mitchells vs. The Machines is a Netflix movie to watch if you’re seeking a new family comedy. The story revolves around a strange and dysfunctional household with significant generational communication challenges between the father and his now college-aged daughter.
The film was nearly entirely shot at EMI Elstree Studios, with sets based on real-life places. Kubrick frequently worked with a small crew, allowing him to shoot multiple takes, sometimes to the detriment of the performers and crew.
Warner Bros. released the film in the United States on May 23, 1980, and in the United Kingdom on October 2, 1980. There were multiple theatrical versions, each of which was chopped slightly shorter than the one before it; in total, around 27 minutes were eliminated.
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