Just 30 Movies That Will Make You Laugh—And Where to Stream Them

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If ever there was time when we're all feeling like, "I want to watch a movie that will make me laugh—not think or cry or feel too much, just laugh," it's now.

From childhood favorites that totally still hold up, like The Addams Family and Beetlejuice, to modern-day comedy classics like Bridesmaids and Mean Girls, we promise that you'll get the giggles multiple times while viewing—even if you've seen these a million times.

Okay, fine: On paper, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion may seem like a silly farce about two ditzy Valley women attending their reunion; in reality, it's a moving (and yes, silly) look at our deepest insecurities and the freedom you'll find when you stay true to yourself.

Coming to America stars Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall and Shari Headley and Eddie Murphy and Eddie Murphy and…well, Eddie Murphy has a bunch of parts in this movie. (When does he not? ) All that matters is they're all hysterical in this tale about an African Prince who travels to New York City to live undercover.

Ali Wong and Randall Park are fantastic in this Netflix rom-com, but the funniest scenes in the movie belong to Keanu Reeves, playing a version of himself you've never seen before on screen.

You might not be able to actually travel to Napa or Sonoma (or, well, anywhere) right now, but you can join in on the fun of a girls trip with some of our favorite funny ladies including Amy Poehler (who also directed), Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, and Rachel Dratch.

Watching icons Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn, and Bette Midler get revenge on their cheating husbands is pure delight, no matter how many times you've seen the film.

Sometimes you need a little mindless joy in your life, especially these days, which is why we've compiled this list of the best comedy movies, all of which can be found on Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon Prime, Disney+, or iTunes.

There's a lot to love about the surprisingly feminist Magic Mike XXL—Jada Pinkett Smith's empowering speeches, the abs, the fact that Donald Glover is in it, among others—but to really laugh until your drink comes out of your nose, just skip straight to Joe Manganiello's convenience store scene and thank us later.

The will-they-won't-they romance between Ryan Reynolds and Amy Smart in this movie is entirely beside the point because Just Friends is all about Anna Faris's batshit pop star, a totally inspired and amazing send-up of pampered celebrities.

This 2016 movie was such a goddamn gem that no one appreciates, despite it being extremely cute, very funny, and weirdly one of the most relatable rom-coms of the last five years.

It's a scientific fact that a person cannot sustain a bad mood for the duration of Clueless, a social satire about Beverly Hills teens based on Jane Austen's Emma.

By now, we hope, we're over seeing "she's a business lady but can she be a mom?! " story lines, but this was 1987 and people still had "balancing it all" questions, okay?

Bonus: The movie features a kitten so cute you'll find yourself browsing petfinder. com after watching.

The best teen adaptation of a Shakespeare play ever (sorry, 10 Things I Hate About You), She's the Man features a comedic tour-de-force by Amanda Bynes, as well as the film that introduced many of us to the goofy wonder of Channing Tatum.

Brennan and Dale's evolution from enemies to "Did we just become best friends? " is as funny on the 100th viewing as it was on the first.

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