Looking for a movie to lighten the mood? We’ve pulled together a binge-worthy edit of must-see movies, that will have you in stitches. And better stay, they are all available to stream on Netflix. So clear your calendar, make space on your sofa and get ready to wave goodbye to your social calls; these are the best movies on Netflix worth staying in for...
A debaucherous scavenger hunt, too much booze, and a ruined wedding dress; what could possibly go wrong? Bachelorette follows a group of bridesmaids navigating their way through the wedding weekend. Starring Kirsten Dunst, Rebel Wilson, Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan, it will only take 10 minutes for you to start laughing.
Based off the Kevin Kwan book of the same name, Crazy Rich Asians transports the audience into the world of Singapore's obscenely rich. From private islands and investment properties, to designer labels and million-dollar parties, you will be dazzled by the opulent surrounds and the unlikely love story.
When Cal, played by Steve Carrell, finds out his wife (Julianne Moore) wants a divorce, drama and hilarity ensues. With help from his newfound friend Jacob (Ryan Gosling), Cal gets back on the dating scene and learns a lot about family, life and love.
This heartwarming comedy about a failing musician disguising as a substitute teacher is a must-watch. Jack Black is in the lead role and plays the overly enthusiastic faux-teacher that turns his stuffy, Private School classroom into a rock music studio. You can expect lots of laughs and heroic guitar solos.
A cult classic from legendary director John Hughes, Ferris Bueller's Day Off is so much more than just some kid ditching school. Expect hilarity, action and a killer soundtrack to match.
An iconic Adam Sandler flick, Happy Gilmore tells the tale of a failed hockey player determined to make big money on the PGA golf tour, to help his grandmother. If you know Sandler, you know the movie will be the right amount of crude and silly.
What could possibly go wrong when three friends band together to get rid of their respective bosses? Hint: it is hilarious. Better still, if you can't get enough of Horrible Bosses, you can also watch the sequel on Netflix.
When overachieving London Police Officer Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is transferred to a sleepy village, strange things start to happen. So strange in fact, that it makes him think there is something sinister going on.
Exactly as the title suggests, ambitious journalist Andie (Kate Hudson) is tasked with writing an article on how to drive a man away in under 10 days. Unbeknownst to her, the man she chooses (Matthew McConaughey) has another idea.
This dramedy follows Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) as she navigates the highs and lows of her high school senior year. Be prepared for big dreams, and even bigger romance.
When it comes to comedy duos, there are none greater than Will Ferrell and John C Reilly; think Talladega Nightsand Holmes and Watson. The actors play middle-aged step brothers that live at home, and the movie follows their parent's attempts to get them out of the house. The one-liners are legendary and the Catalina Wine Mixer is not to be missed.
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