Funniest Movie on Netflix

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Do you like watching funny movies? Watching funny movies can release stress and we can forget the pressure of life for a while. Then, what’s your favourite funny movie? Well, if you need a recommendation about funniest movie that you can watch on Netflix, we will give it. Check this out!

·         Hot Fuzz (2007)

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have collaborated many times to make almost universal awesomeness including in this movie. This movie is a hilarious parody of and passionate love letter to classic action films. Pegg has never been better than as Nicholas Angel as London cop who forced to take a position in the small village of Sanford. Immediately, he starts to realize that the unfortunate accidents which keep occurring in town are no accident at all. It leads to a bloody standoff between Angel and those who have a really warped way of maintaining the greater good. This comedic masterwork is suitable for you who love action films.

·         Young Frankenstein (1974)

Even though this movie is very old, but it has all of the elements of a great movie. It has a truly stellar cast, the combined genius of Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder and also the good balance between original comedy and parody. Frederick Frankenstein (Wilder) is trying to throw off his family name and blaze his scientific path. But the things do not work as he planned. In case you miss this classic, remedy this before your next roll in the hay.

·         Amelie (2001)

Amelie is one of the most enjoyable comedies and the kind of gentle film with a lot of dildo jokes. This movie is about Amelie that is played by Audrey Tatou who learns how to love on her own in her Montmarte borough of Paris. She is like the gamine 2nd coming of Audrey Hepburn when she is in love with the shy Nino that is played by Mathieu Kassovitz and handles her own kind of justice when she try to make the world a better place.

·         The Big Short (2015)

The Big Short is a perfect kind of comedy which does not ask you to turn off your brain. In this movie, while we have to know to trust Adam McKay, there is some doubt whether or not he can make the financial crisis of the early 2000s genuinely hilariously. Of course, there are stories to be told there, but there is funny things? Those misgivings are put to rest with 2015’s The Big Short that proves that sharp comedies can still thrive in the modern megaplex. This is a perfect comedy with an Oscar winning screenplay, an unorthodox structure and a talented cast.

Beside the movies that has been mentioned above, there are also the other funny movies that also can be tried to watch such as Heathers (1981), Best In Show (2000), Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil (2010), Don’t Think Twice (2016), The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (2012) and many others. Well guys, happy watching!

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