30 Best Funny Movies On Netflix Right Now

January 2, 2019
26 min read

As the saying goes, “Laughter is the best medicine”, so we’ve brought to you some of the funniest collection of movies out there. Comedy has always been a major cash cow movie genre. Pioneers like Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd had a lot going back in the day, who were followed by the likes of actors like Steve Martin, Will Ferrell, Rowan Atkinson, Jim Carrey, Mel Brooks to the modern rib-ticklers like Kevin Hart, Steve Carrell, Paul Rudd, Zach Galifianakis to name a few. Comedy was largely dominated by male actors until stalwarts like Ruth Gordon, Thelma Todd came to the fore, followed by comedian extraordinaire like Ellen DeGeneres, Lily Tomlin, Amy Poehler, Whoopi Goldberg etc. who have become household names these days.

Netflix has thousands of films, from drama and science-fiction to horror and romance. But arguably its most popular section must be comedy — be it romantic comedies or black comedies. Having that said, here is the list of funniest movies on Netflix for every humour-hungry film lover. If you were wondering what are the really good comedy movies on Netflix, we might have an answer. The list includes black comedy movies, horror comedy movies and British comedies.

30. Bad Santa 2 (2016)

Not as immersive as its predecessor though, ‘Bad Santa 2’ still packs a punch as it has Billy Bob Thornton in the lead yet again, as the bad Santa. The movie begins 13 years after the conclusion of the previous one, wherein Willie Soke is as gloomy as he could be and also is a lusty alcoholic as it stands out. Thurman, a 21-year-old near-orphan boy who works at a sandwich shop is a close acquaintance of Soke and reunites him with Marcus, another man who had split from Soke owing to differences and has recently been released from the jail. Willie and Marcus form a truce to pull off a Chicago Charity heist worth $2 million, but only on the condition that an unknown partner joins them in the crime. The unknown third wheel turns out to be none other than Willie’s ex-con mother Sunny. ‘Bad Santa 2’ is all about being a bad Santa while dealing with serious mommy issues. Billy Bob Thornton is a gem of an actor.

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29. The Do-Over (2016)

Speaking of reincarnations and living other lives of a namesake, ‘The Do-Over’ boasts of a clever premise featuring Adam Sandler in the helm. The plot begins with Charlie and Max, who’re basically laggards and have failed in most of the avenues in their lives. While Charlie is a manager at a local supermarket, Max is an FBI agent. They both are childhood friends and plan to reunite on a yacht to celebrate their friendship. Max then hatches a plan and blows the yacht up, before escaping, thus faking their deaths. They adopt the identities of Dr Ronald FIshman and Butch Ryder respectively and move to Peurto Rico to start afresh. Turns out, their namesakes have a disturbing criminal past. ‘The Do-Over’ is repentance of a con job gone awry and the fun moments are rare yet fulfilling. A passable watch, but a good one at that.

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28. Nacho Libre (2006)

Speaking of all the weird movies on this list – looks like we do have a winner. ‘Nacho Libre’ is a sports comedy at the outset, featuring Jack Black in a leading role. Black plays Ignacio a.k.a. Nacho, a cook at an orphan monastery who, one day, dreams of becoming an ace wrestler. During his leisure time, he teams up with his pal Esqueleto and fights in an arena under the pseudo name Nacho. Although he isn’t much of a shot, he makes enough to feed the orphan kids. Enter Sister Encarnacion, a beautiful young lady who has come to visit the monastery and stay around for a few days. Ignacio falls in love for her. Ignacio is expelled from the monastery for his gesture and he aims to become a professional fighter and win against the numero uno Ramses. ‘Nacho Libre’ was criticised for being one of the rare Jack Black’s comedies that “doesn’t work”.

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27. Masterminds (2016)

Maybe not one of the best movies featuring Zach Galifianakis, ‘Masterminds’ still has its own sporadic funny moments. Inherently, the plot of ‘Masterminds’ is inspired from a real-life story of the infamous heist of Jacksonville in the Loomis Fargo & Company. Apparently, the loot amounted to more than $18.8 million and was pulled off by a driver of the security van. On similar lines, two drifters, Eugene Chambers and Kelly Campbell hire another armoured vehicle driver David Ghantt (Zach Galifianakis) to pull off a heist from the same company. After a short crash course, the heist is pulled off successfully, only until David realises he’s been set up and has been double-crossed by the duo. The cat and mouse chase that begins afterwards involves scores of agencies including the FBI. The end is not only predictable, but it is also lame at a few points, to say the least. ‘Masterminds’ sets off on a strong premise and had the support of some pathbreaking performances, but due to the corny script, it fails to deliver.

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26. The Cobbler (2014)

‘The Cobbler’ is the story of Max Simkin, a cobbler who runs a shop that has been repairing shoes for decades and generations altogether. While he’s busy with his mundane life, his stitching machine breaks out of the blue and he is forced to use an old machine which used to belong to his father who ran the same shop before him. Soon, he realises the shoes stitched using his father’s machine can turn him into the person whom they belong to, thus bringing some adventure into his routine life. He sets himself on an adventure and is put up against his arch nemesis – Leon Ludlow. I don’t know about you, but ‘The Cobbler’ has so far been my favourite live-action movie of Adam Sandler.

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25. Meet the Blacks (2016)

Although I am not sure if “The Annual Purge” is a real thing or not, the premise of ‘Meet the Blacks’ is set around it and boy does it sound promising. ‘Meet the Blacks’ is set around the Black family (yes, that is literally their surname), which is on a run from Chicago after Carl Black, the head of the family receives unexpected funds. Carl is accompanied by his wife Lorena, son Carl Junior, daughter Allie and cousin Cronut. As they head towards Beverly Hills to put the money to better use, turns out, they have chosen a very wrong time to move to Beverly Hills as the Annual Purge is around the corner. It is a period apparently when all crime is legal for a matter of twelve hours – just in the nick of the time when crap is going to get real. ‘Meet the Blacks’ got panned across by all those who watched it, still, I think it makes for an interesting plot comprising “Black” humour.

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24. Anger Management (2003)

Adam Sandler is Dave Buznik, a low-lying businessman who works in the NYC and is living under oppression because of his domineering boss Frank, who takes credit for the most of Dave’s work. Linda is Dave’s timid girlfriend who is often intimidated by Andrew, Dave’s hothead friend. During a squabble when Dave almost ends up in jail, the court orders him to undergo anger management therapy to calm his nerves down from none other than Dr Buddy Rydell (Jack Nicholson). Turns out, Dr Rydell is a psychotic, neurotic persona himself and although Dr Rydell is extremely skilled with his patients, his burning rage brings hell to Dave’s life. Although, Dave has no other option but to cope up with his newfound doctor. ‘Anger Management’ is a decent try and still manages to give you those funny moments you’d been longing for.

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23. Despicable Me 3 (2017)

Gru, the enticing supervillain has turned into a timid anti-villain in this one, who lives with his adoptive children Margo, Edith and Agnes and wife Lucy. Due to his repetitive failures at capturing Balthazar Bratt, a child actor turned villain who is looking for a famed pink diamond named Dumont Diamond, for he wants to power robots and destroy Hollywood as we know it because it had apparently wrecked his career. Gru is also put up against his brother Dru, whose existence Gru was unaware of. Apparently, the secret of Dru’s wealth is their evil father and his wrongdoings. Gru and Dru pair up once again to hunt Bratt, who has captured Lucy and also has the pink diamond. The fight makes sure to restore Gru’s repute but re-establishes his enmity with brother Dru. ‘Despicable Me 3’ may not have been as funny as its predecessors, but rekindles the same charm and laughter it is always known for.

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22. The Boss Baby (2017)

Alec Baldwin is the imposing Boss Baby in the movie, which apparently is narrated by a grown-up Tim Templeton (Toby Maguire) of the time when the latter was a seven-year-old hyper-imaginative kid. Tim is apparently a spoilt kid with his parents showering all sorts of luxuries on him, until, one fine day, a baby arrives at their house as Tim’s little brother – completely dressed in a suit and a tie while carrying a briefcase. Tim finds out that not only the baby could speak like adults, he also has propaganda in hand as there is a rise in power heralded by the CEO of Puppy Co., who aims to give puppies more power and adorability than human’s own babies. Both Tim and his newfound brother should team up and foil the evil plan before the Pet Convention which is only days later. Though ‘The Boss Baby’ doesn’t disappoint, it has a flashy humour and is somewhat unrelatable.

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21. Click (2006)

Sooner or later, the Adam Sandler’s movies on this list will come to a halt – you have my word. ‘Click’ tells us the story of Michael Newman, a toiling architect who is constantly kept under the thumb of his boss, Ammer. Despite all the hard work and given his workaholic nature, Newman is often put down by the people around him. He wishes for a universal remote that could control everything – actions, emotions, happenstances and important life events. Soon, his dream comes true in the form of a remote he’d asked for, only for him to know that his choices are not in control anymore and everything is now being controlled and (mis)guided by a petty remote. ‘Click’ was criticized for borrowing from the premise of ‘Back to the Future’ and not doing a good job despite that, and somehow, the film doesn’t click as an overall experience. Be careful what you wish for.

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20. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003)

Andie Anderson is a writer for the Composure women’s magazine who typically writes the “how to” articles. Ben (Matthew McConaughey) is an advertising executive who is trying to get a big deal signed and is a charm with women. As his boss feels Ben might need a more feminine company, he hires two female executives to be around him. Ben then makes a wager with the competitors that if he can make a girl fall in love with him in 10 days, he would land the deal. At the same time, Andie’s friend Michelle is going through a bad breakup and is inspired to write an article – ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’ just before she is about to meet the man of her life – Ben. A smash hit, even though it comprised of a predictable premise, Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson make for a mindblowing pair.

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19. The Great Gilly Hopkins (2015)

Gilly Hopkins is a mean, feisty and annoying 12-year-old who has never seen her real mother and has spent most of her life in various foster homes. Having never received the love she thinks she deserves, she ends up in yet another foster home under her newfound foster mother Maime Trotter. While Maime Trotter is much mature and seemingly loving, Gilly hatches plans to elope her clutches and with a hope to reunite with her real mother, which fails miserably. Trotter’s unending love and her tolerance to Gilly’s non-gullibility is what wins the latter over towards the end, with a dash of laughter of course. ‘The Great Gilly Hopkins’ might not have been the funniest on this list, but sure is one of the most engaging and entertaining.

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18. When We First Met (2018)

Essentially a time-travel movie, with a little bit of everything, and powered by the pathbreaking performance of the extremely talented Adam DeVine, ‘When We First Met’ begins at an engagement party where Avery and Ethan are getting engaged and is also graced by the presence of their mutual friend Noah. Apparently, Noah had met Avery three years ago at a Halloween party and has been smitten with her ever since. Given the gloomy occasion for him, a drunk Noah uses a photo booth which turns out to be a time portal and teleports him to the day when he first met with Avery, three years ago. In an attempt to get Avery back, he uses the photo booth multiple times but all in vain. Soon, he realises his infatuation has been played with and they aren’t meant to be together. ‘When We First Met’ should be watched both for Adam DeVine and Alexandra Daddario, if nobody else.

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17. She’s Out of My League (2010)

Kirk is a socially awkward chap who works at the Pittsburgh International Airport as a TSA officer. He is currently in a troubled relationship with his ex-girlfriend Marnie. One fine day, a blonde girl Molly while boarding a plane forgets her phone and Kirk is the person who meets her again to return the phone. A flawless Molly finds no taker in Kirk, as he thinks she’s way out of his league. But slowly, as the film progresses, they realize no one is perfect given Molly’s webbed toes and her other imperfections. Molly and Kirk’s perfectly imperfect story of love and the near-zero chances of them coming together forms the crux of the film. ‘She’s Out of My League’ was praised for its slapstick humour and the performances, however, it wasn’t appreciated for the overdone vulgarity. Thoughts?

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16. Bean (1997)

Also released as ‘Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie’, we all know about Rowan Atkinson’s signature character that is Bean. This time, his adventures end him up in a museum known as the “Royal National Gallery” in London, from where he’s fired for sleeping on duty. During the transfer of a well-known portrait called “Whistler’s Mother” to LA’s Grierson Art Gallery, he befriends David Langley, the museum’s curator who is exceedingly impressed by the fake profile floated by Dr Bean, and allows him to stay at his house, much to the resentment of his wife and children, and he comes to know of the false identity soon after. Turns out, in a weird and funny turn of events, the Whistler’s Mother portrait is damaged by the wrongful painting by Bean and the rest of the story progresses with the cover-ups. ‘Bean’ is not only a very funny comedy of errors, it vindicates Bean as the movie concludes which is again the undying proof of Rowan Atkinson as a character actor.

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15. I Am Not an Easy Man (2018)

A French romcom at the outset, ‘I Am Not an Easy Man’ is the narrative of a male chauvinist Damien who loves the patriarchial setup he lives in and despises most women around him. Damien falls for Alexandra and they both fall for each other despite the difference in opinion they have. On an unfortunate day, he bumps his head and passes out. When he wakes up, he has apparently entered a parallel universe where women have the upper hand and matriarchy rules. From performing household chores to impressing women by wearing makeup to facing sexist remarks from women, he has to still impress Alexandra and win her over despite his own feminine traits. Funny enough and with an impeccable plot, ‘I Am Not an Easy Man’ gives the much-needed respite from stress to laughter and is one of the most thoughtful movies on this list.

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14. Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008)

One of those Seth Rogen comedies which can’t be unseen once they’re seen, ‘Zack and Miri Make a Porno’ revolves around two roommates Zack and Miri who share a close relationship but are mostly friends and have never had sex or romantic feelings with one another despite living so close to each other, neither have they contemplated it. Because of their low-paying jobs, they have got a lot of unpaid bills and house rent and even their electricity and water supply has been cut off. At a school reunion, when they get to know that one of their school friends is a porn star now and is earning big money, they plan to gather a crew and a set and start making porn movies. During the process, they realise they do have latent feelings for each other. ‘Zack and Miri Make a Porno’ made news for the lead cast and the occasional relatable premise.

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13. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008)

The movie follows the narrative of its predecessor wherein Alex, Melman, Marty and Gloria crash land in Africa after they’ve eloped from Madagascar and Alex gets to meet more lions like him and starts to get the feel of a family for himself. Needless to say, the penguins also accompany the group along with the chimps Mason and Phil, the lemur King Julien, Maurice and Mort. All the animals must team up and work together while the watering hole of the jungle is on the verge of drying up, repair the plane and head to the New York City where Alex hails from. But will they be able to do it? ‘Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa’ has a better humouristic approach than its predecessor and wins in many areas like the animation, characterization and the overall story.

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12. Role Models (2008)

Danny and Wheeler are sales representatives who sell an energy drink named “Minotaur” to school children and inspire them to keep away from drug abuse. Wheeler likes his job while Danny despises it and is having a troubled relationship with his girlfriend, Beth. One fine day, when their energy drink truck is being towed, Danny tries to drive the truck away forcibly, leading it to crash and followed by their arrest. Beth strikes a deal with the judge to exchange their punishment for 150 hours of community service and they’re assigned to Sturdy Wings – a big-brother-sister program wherein Danny is assigned Augie – a teenager who likes LARP while Wheeler is set up with Ronnie, a perverted compulsive man. Should they fail at the community service, they might end up in jail again. ‘Role Models’ is set around proving one’s worth and what Wheeler and Danny truly are, along with some genuine laughs.

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11. Dumplin’ (2018)

With Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston in leading roles and a relatively recent comedy flick added to Netflix, ‘Dumplin’ is the narrative of Willowdean, a plus-sized teenager who has been nicknamed “Dumplin'” by her mother Rosie (Aniston) and Will by all others. Rosie has been a yesteryear’s beauty queen herself and looking up to her mother Rosie, who still runs the pageant, Will enrols herself for the Miss Teen Bluebonnet Pageant, along with her friend Ellen, and two acquaintances – Millie and Hannah. Will and Ellen have their own reasons for entering the contest, she is wary of the other contestants who mostly have a “beach-compatible body” while hers is the stark opposite. ‘Dumplin’ is a pretty elevating tale comprising of all the elements of a beautiful, coming-of-age movie.

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10. Bolt (2008)

For the lovers of funny flicks, ‘Bolt’ is surprisingly a blessing in disguise, and also a pretty underrated one at that. To begin with, ‘Bolt’ is a white shepherd pup who’s been adopted by a young girl Penny. Owing to his looks and breed, both Bolt and Penny appear in a television show wherein Bolt plays a super dog with powers such as “superbark” etc. and protects Penny in the time of need. When Bolt thinks Penny has been abducted, he escapes from an on-set trailer and ends up in New York, where, for the first time, he discovers that all his powers were fake and made up. ‘Bolt’ needs to find Penny while dealing with a lot of other characters including a cat, pigeons, hamsters and lookalikes. A pleasant story with some genuinely funny moments, ‘Bolt’ is one of the most sensible, relatable flicks on this list that you can stream on Netflix right away.

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9. Pee-wee’s Big Adventure (1985)

Want to experience the early years and career beginnings of amazing and notable film director Tim Burton? Let me introduce the man’s first ever full-length film which launched his success and enabled him to show the world the tricks he kept up his sleeve. “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure” tells the story of a child-like and immature man who’s red personalised bike is stolen from him while shopping. Based on the Italian neorealism classic film “The Bicycle Thief”, this movie merges us subsequently into his crazy and eccentric adventure led by his will of reuniting with his beloved bike, where all kinds of things happen to him in a colourful and very funny environment that screams creativity.

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8. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009)

A fun-experiment turned tragedy, ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs’ is one of the pioneers in terms of premise after Dexter’s Laboratory in creating science humour and a pretty decent one at that. Flint Lockwood is a young aspiring scientist from Swallow Falls – an island city, who lives a sedentary life with his father and a monkey named Steve. He is zealous about many useful inventions, all of which fail miserably. He invents the machine which turns water into food and names it the “Flint Lockwood’s Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator” or FLDSMDFR – which is funny enough. The clouds and rain turn into food materials as he turns the machine every time, thus raining food on the island from cheeseburgers to steaks and meatballs to deserts. Things go awry when the food starts to mutate heavily and a greedy mayor stops Flint from keying in the kill code. Flint must stop the food avalanche that looms on the town. The film comprises of slapstick humour with a touch of science, thus making it a delightful watch.

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7. Bad Santa (2003)

The nearly-undying story of Willie Stokes, the towering ‘Bad Santa’, who is a miserable alcoholic and works only once a year during the Christmas Eve dressed as a Santa, ‘Bad Santa’ is the signature movie of Billy Bob Thornton that relies heavily on performances and the overall premise. Stokes, with the help of a dwarf (who also is his elf) Marcus stages robberies in departmental stores, using Santa as a cover and has been doing it for years without any serious evidence against him. This time, it is tricky because of his diminishing skills, an incompetent assistant, and extremely vigilant mall security in Phoenix. ‘Bad Santa’ is categorically dark humour and relies mostly on its cast to do most of the work, still a pretty good one at being funny.

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6. Delhi Belly (2011)

A Bollywood’s multilingual flick produced by none other than Aamir Khan featuring his nephew, ‘Delhi Belly’ is the narrative of Tashi, Nitin and Arup, who are roommates and live in a run-down apartment in a Delhi suburb. Sonia, Tashi’s fiancee, needs to deliver a package to Somyajulu, a dreaded gangster but instead asks Tashi to do it for her. Tashi, in turn, asks Nitin, who is suffering from diarrhoea (a.k.a. Delhi Belly) and asks Arup to deliver the package, without knowing the contents. Apparently, the one that had to be delivered to Somyajulu had diamonds in it, but it gets replaced with the stool sample of Nitin, thus leading to a string of comedy of errors. ‘Delhi Belly’ is all about the slapstick humour and toilet humour combined, along with some groundbreaking performances on the lines of a very relatable story for every Delhi-ite. Have you watched it yet?

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5. Kung Fu Panda (2008)

The evergreen coming-of-age story of Po, a panda among other misfits who is chosen to be the unprecedented dragon warrior and the rightful recipient of the dragon troll, ‘Kung Fu Panda’ is arguably one of the most successful and thumpingly funny animated movies ever made. The movie begins with a panda who likes his Furious Five warrior action figures and who works at his father’s restaurant, serving noodles and dumplings to the townsfolk. On the day when master Oogway is about to choose a dragon warrior from the Furious Five, Panda Po falls in front of him from nowhere and is chosen to be the dragon warrior. Master Shifu then takes it upon himself to train Po about the ways of a kung-fu master before Po needs to face his arch nemesis Tai Lung who himself has escaped from prison and is looking for the dragon scroll. A laugh riot through and through, ‘Kung Fu Panda’ is also my favourite on this list.

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4. Hot Fuzz (2007)

This comedy action film directed by Edgar Wright was a massive hit back in 2007 receiving critical acclaim and making a box-office revenue of 6 times its budget. Its British humour is nothing else than a delicious treat for an evening with funny characters placed in funny situations with funny outcomes. With Simon Pegg as the lead figure, we follow the adventures of a skilled police offer who is transferred from the Metropolitan Police Service in London to a small sleepy village in South West England. With a rather dumb and incompetent new partner, he now has to solve a dangerous mystery hanging over the village when deaths start to emerge and questions begin to surface.

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3. Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl (2003)

Universally known, the Pirates of The Caribbean franchise has ruled the world and keeps its place as some of the most fun and entertaining movies to watch for an exciting evening with friends or family. Like most of the successful franchises out there, the first film is usually always the best and most people would say that that’s probably the case with this one too.  Jack Sparrow’s character is one of a kind and his silliness is hard not to find engagingly funny. Together with all the other awesome characters and dressed up in the lands of the 18th Century, get ready to sail on endless humour and action with the first adventures of the world’s favourite pirate.

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2. The Big Lebowski (1998)

One of the funniest gangster comedies out there today, ‘The Big Lebowski’ is the not-so-usual mistaken identify film with two people bearing the same name. Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski is a laid-back slacker who is a Russian, drinks, smokes pot and lives the life of a hippie and who goes by the name “The Dude”. His other namesake is a handicapped, self-made millionaire who lives in a huge mansion along with his trophy wife. After his wife gets into money squabbles with one of the pornographers, for the former owes money to the latter, the henchmen of the pornographer show up at The Dude’s doorstep and urinate on his high-priced rug. The Dude confronts his namesake and seeks a recompense, but in turn, is hired by the millionaire Lebowski to act as a negotiator between him and the captors of his wife. ‘The Big Lebowski’ was hailed as a brilliant, defining tale which never exhausts you, except for making you laugh.

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1. The Truman Show (1998)

I, for one, could’ve never imagined a Jim Carrey’s movie on the top of funny movies list, but here it is. Not only ‘The Truman Show’ is funny and intriguing, but it is also very thought-provoking and is a gripping narrative from end to end. Truman is the star of ‘The Truman Show’ – a reality TV show that is on air 24 hours a day for seven days a week and is broadcast to the entire world. The set is inside a giant dome which has everything on its own – an atmosphere, island, sea and anything one can think of. While Truman is initially unsuspecting and lives a routine life, wherein he goes to work, does his chores and interacts with people around him (all of them are actors btw), he starts doubting his surroundings as the rain falls only on him, he is being tracked by the radio and so on. Rather than giving up, he picks up a boat and starts sailing to the “end of the world” to see if his suspicions are really true. ‘The Truman Show’ received universal critical acclaim and remains to be one of Carrey’s best to this day.

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