Best Comedy Movies Available to Stream Right Now

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10. Blazing Saddles (1974)
> Available on: Fubo TV
> IMDb Rating: 7.7 (127,428 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 91% (218,427 votes)

A worldly Black man (Cleavon Little) is appointed sheriff over a small racist town in this Mel Brooks satire. Beneath its veneer of fart jokes and offensive humor is a clever takedown of both American history and the Western genre. It’s one of the highest-grossing movies of all time when adjusted for inflation.

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9. Bruce Almighty (2003)
> Available on: Free, Fubo TV
> IMDb Rating: 6.8 (374,984 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 57% (33,024,215 votes)

Jim Carrey plays TV reporter and lowly human Bruce Nolan, who’s granted almighty powers by God himself (Morgan Freeman). Delighted at first, Nolan soon discovers that running the world can be quite burdensome. Jennifer Aniston co-stars.

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8. Wedding Crashers (2005)
> Available on: HBO Max
> IMDb Rating: 6.9 (335,274 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 70% (32,961,772 votes)

This comedy hit stars Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as a pair of best friends, who crash weddings to support their womanizing ways. When love enters the picture, the story introduces coming-of-age themes without losing its raunchy edge.

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7. Ted (2012)
> Available on: HBO Max
> IMDb Rating: 6.9 (574,621 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 73% (375,434 votes)

Fully loaded with irreverent humor, Seth MacFarlane’s feature debut is everything that fans of “Family Guy” might hope for. He provides the voice of the title character, a talking teddy bear with a crude disposition. Co-star Mark Wahlberg demonstrates considerable comedic chops of his own.

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6. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
> Available on: Disney+
> IMDb Rating: 7.0 (249,042 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 77% (1,029,421 votes)

In order to see his kids, a recently divorced father (Robin Williams) assumes the identity of an elderly British housekeeper. Had such a premise played out in real life, it would be downright scandalous. As a movie, it’s hilarious.