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The top 20 comedy movies on Netflix
An updated list of the very best in Netflix crackups.
Full of heart, honesty and rude jokes, This Way Up is a charming mix of comedy and catharsis
Criminally overshadowed by Fleabag, two seasons of Aisling Bea’s superb comedy come to Neon.
All its stars can’t save Don’t Look Up from being a disaster of a disaster comedy
Bafflingly unfunny, with a cast that’s largely squandered, and surprisingly little to say.
From a magical mailbox to an unstoppable bus: the 8 essential Sandra Bullock movies
Hurtling through space, driving an unstoppable bus – is there anything she can’t do?!
Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is good enough to tide us over until his next perfect pic
Wes Anderson’s new film is the latest example of his distinct and unwavering style. In short: it’s VERY Wes Anderson-y.
And Just Like That… Sex and the City and fashion and friends are back
Like a perfectly mixed Cosmo, the SATC sequel series has your fave, classic ingredients with a fresh new twist.
Let there be carnage indeed: the Venom sequel is sly, sharp and wickedly funny
This is what the first Venom movie should have been: a devilishly different comic book blockbuster that’s very damn funny.
All we wanted for Christmas was a sadistic Home Alone movie, but instead we got Home Sweet Home Alone
The new Home Alone under-delivers on two important fronts: cartoon carnage and humiliating pain.
10 moments to have you Huzzah!-ing over The Great’s return
Revisit some of The Great’s best moments as season two approaches.
All 10 Wes Anderson movies, ranked from worst to best
Dysfunctional humans, dysfunctional dogs, a suave fox, a camp concierge – all part of Wes Anderson’s adorable funny farm.
Has life in lockdown made the whole world more like Larry David?
Curb is coming back to a world that’s now even more full of Larryisms.
Muppets Haunted Mansion is both an exercise in corporate synergy and a delightful treat
This thoroughly Muppetational new Halloween special feels nostalgic in the right way.
Family-friendly drag high school musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Sugary-sweet musical for all ages proves drag has made it mainstream.
Reservation Dogs is a genuine and funny portrayal of small-town Indigenous life
Native American Sterlin Harjo and Aotearoa’s Taika Waititi have created something epic.
What We Do in the Shadows returns for more weirdly cozy watching
Season three still hits that specific sweet spot of vampire comedy.
The bitter brilliance and insight of Kevin Can F**k Himself
One-of-a-kind comedy frees ‘sitcom wife’ from an oppressive TV format.
How to watch Taika Waititi-produced teen comedy Reservation Dogs in NZ
After hearing from abroad how good this is, Aotearoa can sleep easy knowing we’ll see it too.
Tim Robinson’s inspired Netflix series proves he’s the David Lynch of sketch comedy
I Think You Should Leave is the literal definition of unbelievably funny.
Fictional Y2K girl group comeback comedy Girls5eva is gr9 fun
“Just try getting the featured Girls5eva tunes out of your head.”
Ted Lasso’s inherent niceness is back for another winning season
There’s a good reason why ‘nicecore’ shows like this are popular right now.
Pack your bags for the lacerating satire of rich resort comedy The White Lotus
“You have to treat these people like sensitive children.”
Scarlett Johansson’s 10 greatest movie roles
From disaffected teen to the MCU.