Looking for some movies to binge this weekend? Whether you’re stuck at home recovering from a procedure at thrivemdclinic.com or just want to have a laugh with some friends, Netflix has recently made some great additions to its collection of comedies available for streaming. Here are the ones you shouldn’t miss.
1. Wine Country
If you’re looking for an easy watch that will make you laugh without much thinking, this star-studded comedy is for you. Starring SNL alumni Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and Rachel Dratch and based on their real-life friendship, this lighthearted comedy is sure to make you laugh.
This comedy is the perfect film for the entire family to enjoy together this weekend. The movie tells the story of Paddington, a little bear who leaves his home and travels to London alone in search of a new family. This heartwarming story is sure to be a crowd favorite, perfect for viewers of all ages.
3. Between Two Ferns: The Movie
Inspired by the hit web series from Zach Galifianakis, Between Two Ferns: The Movie is a hilarious road trip comedy full of cameos from some of the biggest stars in Hollywood, including David Letterman and Matthew McConaughey. For fans of the original Between Two Ferns web series, this movie is sure to be an instant favorite.
This classic 2004 release is finally available to stream, much to the delight of its dedicated fans.
Set in 1970s America, Anchorman is easily Will Ferrell’s one of the best films with perhaps more quotable lines than any other film of the decade. Although the plot is a bit silly and not for everyone, this movie is sure to make viewers laugh out loud and is a perfect addition to any movie marathon.
This stand-up special from beloved musical comedian, Bo Burnham was filmed during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and features original songs by Burnham composed about the complexities of being trapped inside during isolation.
While this special is dark at times and might not be for everyone, fans of comedy (and anyone who experienced a wide array of emotions while grappling with the effects of quarantining in 2020) are sure to appreciate Burnham’s relatable, hilarious lyrics. Inside was praised as one of the best Netflix releases of the year in 2021 and is sure to be an instant favorite for any viewers looking for a thought-provoking comedy.