Is it possible to find a half-good comedy on? It can be tricky.
We've decided to rank the finest Netflix comedybooks. We'll keep this up to date as soon as possible!
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8.The Adam Project (2022)
Personally, I'm over Ryan Reynolds and his snicker, but if you're looking for a people-pleasing comedy action film, then you might do it far worse than The Adam Project.
7.Don't Look Up (2021)
Despite the fact that this film is hugely flawed, I've got Don't Look Up on my list of movies and shows.
The film is shady and over-the-nose, but it feels significant and is certainly a net benefit, particularly if scientists continue to bump their heads against the wall in an attempt to understand the implications of climate change. It's also a bit funny. Leonardo DiCaprio is fantastic, as is Jennifer Lawrence. It also features a fantastic comeo from Timothee Chalamet.
6.The Other Guys
The Other Guys, a buddy cop comedy directed by Adam McKay of Anchorman, is super entertaining and takes full advantage of the great relationship between Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.
Stripes, which stars a young Bill Murray as an out-of-luck taxi driver who joins the Army, is basically Animal House in the barracks. It was enormously successful upon its release and was really the springboard for Murray's career. It's, nevertheless, very impressive, but still worth a visit.
Paddington, the four men, is the subject of a four-week hiatus.
Is Paddington a comedy? I think so. Either way, it's a light hearted film with good vibes. It's still a fantastic, must-see film.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines (2021)
The Mitchells vs. the Machines is certainly one of the most engaging and authentic animated films of the last couple of years. It's consistently funny, engaging and perfect for a family movie night.
2.Brian's Life in Monty Python (1979)
Now we're talking. For me, The Life of Brian is the best of the Monty Python movies, with The Holy Grail coming in a close second. Both are actually available on Netflix, so you should really watch them.
Although classical comedy films aren't quite good, it feels timeless. It has the most memorable moments, the finest lines, and weirdest performances. The whole film is just flat out perfect. It might be one of the best pure comedies ever made.