5 Netflix comedy movies to laugh a lot this weekend

After a tiring week, with studies or work, there’s nothing better than the quiet of your own home, right? To make this even better, a good comedy movie is always an interesting option to relax with a good laugh. With that in mind, today we bring you some interesting tips! Check out 5 Netflix comedy movies to laugh a lot this weekend.

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018), Ethan Coen, Joel Coen


In The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the western and comedy genres are mixed in a very interesting way, with the feature delivering the best in the combination of these two worlds that are usually quite opposites. The production is an anthology, which delivers to the public six short stories set in the Wild West. Each tale features its own characters and plots, while the audience sees a varied cast filled with big names.

Tim Blake Nelson, Liam Neeson and Brendan Gleeson are some of the names that form the cast of the film. What makes the film even more interesting is that its tales always keep to the comedy genre, but they also deliver something deeper with their plots.


The Life of Brian (1980), Terry Jones

The Life of Brian/Reproduction
The Life of Brian/Reproduction

The Monty Python group has become one of the great names in the history of the comedy genre, with several works that are worthy of applause. It’s practically impossible to talk about comedy without mentioning one of these movies, and on our list it couldn’t be different.

The Life of Brian is a title that shows all the genius of the group, being a great classic. Satirizing well-known stories from the bible, the film gets lots of laughs with several incredible insights. Sarcasm is certainly the trump card of the work, which knows very well how to move the audience.


The Mansion (2017), Tony T. Datis

The Mansion / Reproduction
The Mansion / Reproduction

This French comedy film mixes the horror and comedy genres, going much more towards the comedy side. While the horror serves as a kind of basis for the plot, it is the humor that dictates the pace of events.

The Mansion is pure bullshit, with many scenes and nonsense dialogue, while lavishing rude jokes that end up working so absurd. Showing a group of students celebrating the New Year in an abandoned mansion, the film causes laughter as the night turns into a nightmare in the most comical way possible.


Dodgy Family (2013), Rawson Marshall Thurber

Bagulho Family / Reproduction
Bagulho Family / Reproduction

Showing the story of a drug dealer who is forced by his boss to go to Mexico to collect a load of marijuana, FamĂ­lia do Bagulho presents the man’s comedic solution to having a better chance of carrying out his mission without major problems. David, the drug dealer, ends up forming a fake family by hiring a stripper and two teenagers to accompany him.

While trying to look like a normal family, the four obviously come to realize that the situation won’t be as easy as it seems, while hilarious situations get in the way.


Knock Knock (2017), Vicente Villanueva

Toc Toc/Play
Toc Toc/Play

Released in 2017, this Spanish comedy film has a very interesting proposal, as it addresses OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). Despite being a serious subject, the feature knows how to approach the topic being an interesting bullshit.

When Dr. Palomero, a recognized psychiatrist, ends up being late for work, six patients with different categories of OCD start interacting while waiting for the doctor to arrive. With patients trying to collaborate with each other, the situation quickly becomes hilarious.


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