Finding a laugh-out-loud comedy that suits your mood might be like looking for a needle in a haystack in Netflix’s massive entertainment library. Fear not, for your search has ended here amidst the barrage of poor attempts at humor. Netflix features a variety of comedy movies for all tastes, whether you’re in the mood for a lighthearted romantic comedy, a noisy buddy comedy, or a satirical comedy. We have compiled a list of the funniest comedy movies now available on Netflix.
1. The Lovebirds (2021)
Join Jibran and Leilani, a couple whose relationship is full of ups and downs, on a wild adventure. When they decide to stop being friends, they end up in a series of hilariously bad situations. After what seems to be a simple car accident, their lives become a sideshow of absurdity, full of mistaken names and fake police officers.
“The Lovebirds” is a great example of how to make something bad into something funny. It captures the spirit of relationships with unapologetic wit and charm.
2. Your Place or Mine (2023)
In 2003, Debbie Dunn and Peter Coleman spent the night together in her home in Los Angeles after playing cards with another couple. After 20 years, Debbie and Peter are still good friends. He now lives in New York City and is a famous businessman. She still lives in Los Angeles and works as an accountant at the middle school where her son Jack goes to school. Debbie calls Peter on his birthday to tell him about her plans to go to New York soon to finish an accounting program that will help her get a better-paying job.
Scarlet, the actor girlfriend of Debbie’s ex-husband, is supposed to watch Jack for a week, but she backs out when she gets a part in Vancouver that lasts for two weeks. Peter offers to go to Los Angeles to take care of Jack even though he just broke up with his lover and is between jobs.
3. They Cloned Tyrone (2023)
Fontaine is a drug dealer in a suburb called the Glen. He has a schedule, and the odds are against him. His mother stays in her room all day and rarely talks to Fontaine. He still misses his younger brother, who died when he was young. One of Fontaine’s clients, Slick Charles, starts a fight with Yo-Yo, one of his many sex workers. Fontaine finds Slick Charles, who owes him money and meets Yo-Yo on the way. Fontaine gets some of the money from Slick, but as he’s leaving, a rival drug dealer named Isaac shoots and kills him.
The next morning, Slick is shocked when Fontaine returns for the money, but he has no memory of what happened the night before. The two of them find Yo-Yo, who backs up Slick’s claims that he is dead. This makes Fontaine confused. He remembers that a guy who had been shot and was bleeding was taken away by a black SUV that is now parked in front of a trap house. Fontaine goes inside the house with Slick and Yo-Yo to find out what’s going on.
4. Bad Trip (2021)
“Bad Trip” throws viewers into the madness of small-town Florida, where Chris’s boring job at a car wash leads to hilariously baffling mishaps. A vacuum accident leads to something unexpectedly naked, and a robbery has hilarious results. The funny relationship between Eric André and Lil Rel Howery gives this wild ride of antics life.
A strange thing that happens at a computer store and the chaos of a car accident come together to make a story that will make you laugh so hard you can’t breathe. “Bad Trip” sets a new bar for funny adventures that don’t follow the usual rules of comedy.
5. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022)
Step into the mysterious world of “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” where a billionaire’s murder mystery game takes an unexpectedly dark turn. The movie takes place on a private island and has a diverse cast. The plot is told through cryptic puzzles and surprising reveals.
As the characters try to figure out how to deal with power, technology, and loyalty, the movie asks complicated questions that are similar to problems people face today. With famous detective Benoit Blanc in charge, the story is full of twists and turns that keep you on the edge of your seat. It’s a new take on the classic murder mystery genre.
6. I Used to Be Famous (2022)
“I Used to Be Famous,” Eddie Sternberg’s first movie as a director, tells the touching story of a former pop star’s search for forgiveness. Ed Skrein’s role as the washed-up star is made more interesting by his unexpected friendship with Stevie, a young autistic boy played by Leo Long.
Long’s performance stands out because it feels real and breaks away from typical casting choices by giving the characters real feelings. As the movie moves through the worlds of fame, music, and strange friendships, it reminds us that the road to stardom is full of both sadness and hope.
7. Murder Mystery 2 (2023)
In “Murder Mystery 2,” directed by Jeremy Garelick, Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are back together. The two main characters, Nick and Audrey, are private detectives who find themselves in a new mystery at a fancy wedding.
The movie does a good job of balancing comedy and tension, and Sandler and Aniston’s chemistry makes the story funny. As the story unfolds against the setting of a high-stakes wedding, the comedic skills of the cast take “Murder Mystery 2” to a level of cinematic comedy.
8. White Noise (2022)
Prepare for a cinematic journey through the quirky universe of “White Noise,” an absurdist dramedy adapted from Don DeLillo’s novel. Directed by Noah Baumbach, the film masterfully balances the bizarre and the enjoyable, captivating audiences with stunning visuals and unique cinematography.
Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig shine as they navigate a world reshaped by an Airborne Toxic Event, all while enveloped in Danny Elfman’s iconic score. With its unconventional premise and captivating storytelling, “White Noise” transcends genre norms to deliver a cinematic experience like no other.
9. The Nice Guys (2016)
Transport yourself to 1977 Los Angeles in “The Nice Guys,” a retro detective caper that redefines the mystery genre. Holland March, a private eye, is hired to solve a mystery involving a deceased porn star and an intricate web of deception.
With an ensemble cast led by Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, the film infuses the detective narrative with a dose of humor that strikes a perfect balance between intrigue and hilarity. As March and his unlikely partner, Jackson Healy, traverse a maze of clues, the film offers a modern twist on classic noir, resulting in a captivating rollercoaster of laughter and suspense.
10. You People (2023)
In “You People,” Ezra Cohen and stylist Amira Mohammed fall in love with each other in a way neither of them expected. Their relationship is full of twists and turns. Their journey takes place against a variety of backgrounds and family standards, creating a story that goes beyond what is expected of people in society.
As their worlds collide, the movie explores race, faith, and love, and in the end, it’s a celebration of how the human spirit can bridge gaps. “You People” tells a story that hits home on both a personal and a social level. It does this by mixing humor and emotion in an interesting and moving way.