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Top 5 Netflix Comedy Movies 

Let’s stop talking. Let’s just take a quick look at the comedy movies available on Netflix right now. For the purposes of these rankings, I look at how funny a movie looks alongside how well it was made. This means that you may see hilarious comedies that aren’t as well-reviewed and technically competent movies that rank higher than more well-reviewed films. They’re not as funny as, say, The Artist but they make me laugh more.

Netflix Comedies

Given below are the movies that will surely make you laugh.

Mean Girls

Apart from its great one-liners, Mean Girls has survived because it is a cinematically exaggerated version of the truth. Teen life can feel like a safari with all the same crazy hormones, territorial instincts, and competitive edge. Girls can also have a hive mentality and cling to any imperceptible alliances that will make them popular. Mean Girls, Regina George’s story, shows how girls who are the most beautiful can be elevated to Alpha status. The Cinema HD V2 app is showing this movie free of cost. Watch now!

The Mitchells vs. The Machines

The Mitchells vs. The Machines is a sci-fi comedy that shows how animated generational divides can be more like a carnival. Mike Rianda, co-writer/director, and Jeff Rowe, director/writer, make their feature debut. It’s equal parts funny, scary, and endearing. Although it is easy to get lost in the exhilarating sights and flashing lights, it is equally easy to enjoy the exhausting joy of a long, tiring day at the park. The family, which is genre-embedded, bursts through every messy, jam-packed frame as if they’re trying to escape, and creates the most entertaining, endearing animated comedy this year.

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National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation may not be the best film for children. But, again, what are we really expecting? John Hughes, the king of ’80s films, wrote the holiday adventures of Clark (Chevy Chase), who leads the family through farce after farce while they try their best to have a traditional Christmas. The Griswold family doesn’t have a tradition, thanks to Cousin Eddie, Johnny Galecki, and Audrey and Rusty, the Griswold children. Even though Christmas Vacation is only aired once a year, it gets more fun every time. TVMob is the app where you can watch this movie at no price.

Sorry to Bother You

It has so many ideas coming out of every seam, such ambition, so much to say that it almost feels churlish not to mention that Sorry to Bother you ends up spiraling out of control. This is Boots Riley, the producer, and rapper. It’s his first movie. Some moments in Sorry To Bother You will make you want to jump around the theater. You will also be left wondering who gave this madman a camera. Some of these moments can make you giddy. The former outnumber them all. Lakeith Stanfield plays Cassius. He is a kind-hearted man who feels his life is falling apart. He tries telemarketing but fails. Until Danny Glover (interesting until the movie ends) suggests that he use his white voice on calls. Stanfield suddenly sounds like David Cross when he is at his nasal best. He has quickly become a star at the company and is now referred to as “upstairs”, where “supercallers” such as him chase Glengarry. This is only the beginning. We also meet an entrepreneur Tony Robbins-style (Armie Hammer), who may also be a slave dealer, Cassius’s radical girlfriend (Tessa Thompson), a woman who wears earrings with so many slogans it’s a wonder that she can hold her head up, and a revolutionary coworker (Stephen Yeun), trying to get the workers to rebel against their masters. There are many other characters, but only a few of them are human. It’s quite a movie.

She’s Gotta Have It

Spike Lee was a fully-formed actor when he made his debut in black-and-white, a small-budget film. It ended up being one of the most influential movies of the 1980s’ rise to independent cinema. Lee brought a unique voice and verisimilitude onto the screen, making a movie that is smart, funny, and bold. It’s still true that the central theme of the movie, which is that women can sleep as much as men and should not be shamed for it, is relevant thirty years later. It’s still relevant, in fact, Lee made the movie into a Netflix series last year.

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