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So you’re browsing through Netflix, looking for something to watch, and you’re in the mood to laugh. With everything happening around right now, you could do with some laughter and happy endings and I totally understand. That’s why I’ve curated a list of 5 comedies on Netflix that will make you laugh till your stomach starts hurting

See the list below:

Step Brothers 

 

Step Brothers is a comedic masterpiece.. Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly play two grown men still living with their single parents who are forced to move in together when their parents get married. Ferrell and Reilly play everything as if they’re bratty pre-teens, and the result is one of the funniest movies ever made.

 

The Hangover

 

The film is anchored by a terrific ticking clock as three friends wake up hungover after a night in Vegas with no memory of the night before, and a missing groom-to-be. They’re forced to retrace their insane steps to find their friend Doug before the wedding gets underway.

 

The Other Guys

This movie is ostensibly an action movie in which “the other guys” are the stars—in this case a mild-mannered forensic accountant (Will Ferrell) and a hot-tempered detective who mistakenly shot Derek Jeter (Mark Wahlberg). The two become embroiled in a case involving corporate maleficence, with McKay blending his passion for politics with an incredibly silly comedy.

 

Kung Fu Panda 2

 

This list will not be complete without an animated movie. And what’s funnier than Kung Fu Panda 2? The 2011 animated sequel is better and funnier than its predecessor. Now a fully-fledged member of the Furious Five, panda Po discovers a terrifying secret about his past all the while working with his team to defeat a shadowy new antagonist.

 

Get Him To The Greek

 

The conceit of this comedy finds Jonah Hill playing a record label talent scout who’s tasked with making sure the notoriously unreliable Snow gets from London to L.A. in time for a concert.

By: Dammy Eneli

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