Best Comedy Movies Available to Stream Right Now

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15. The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)
> Available on: HBO Max
> IMDb Rating: 7.1 (400,591 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 84% (102,492 votes)

The Judd Apatow era of comedy kicked off with this modern-day classic, in which a 40-year-old virgin (Steve Carrell) finally comes of age. It stars a bounty of comedic talent in supporting roles, including Seth Rogen, Leslie Mann, Kevin Hart, Jonah Hill, Jane Lynch, Mindy Kaling, and Paul Rudd.

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14. Meet the Parents (2000)
> Available on: Peacock
> IMDb Rating: 7.0 (313,693 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 79% (1,056,598 votes)

Greg Myron Focker (Ben Stiller) meets the father-in-law from hell (Robert De Niro) in this comedy classic. It made over $330 million at the worldwide box office and cranked serious laughs out of De Niro’s generally stiff persona. Two sequels followed.

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13. National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978)
> Available on: Philo, Fubo TV
> IMDb Rating: 7.5 (112,974 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 89% (185,661 votes)

The godfather of college fraternity movies delivers just under two hours of offensive behaviour and adolescent delinquency. Meet the mischievous members of Delta Tau Chi, bane of Dean Wormer’s existence.

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12. Superbad (2007)
> Available on: Netflix
> IMDb Rating: 7.6 (526,947 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 87% (634,773 votes)

This legendary high school comedy traverses the course of a single day, following two best friends (Jonah Hill and Michael Cera) as they try to score alcohol. Come for the endlessly quotable dialogue and relatable themes, stay for McLovin.

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11. Knives Out (2019)
> Available on: Amazon Prime
> IMDb Rating: 7.9 (481,576 reviews)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 92% (33,844 votes)

Director Rian Johnson shook off the Star Wars franchise by returning to his mystery roots. The blockbuster result infuses a classic whodunnit template with modern characters and occasional comic relief. Netflix doled out approximately $450 million for two upcoming sequels.