Do you prefer spending nights in? Well, don't feel guilty! These 10 movies on Netflix are so hilarious that you'll have loads of fun without having to leave the comfort of your home or your couch.
Movies on Netflix for a fun night in
"The Breaker Upperers"
"The Breaker Upperers" tells the story of Mel (Madeleine Sami) and Jen (Jackie van Beek), two friends who are cynical about love and decide to create an agency to help break up couples for money. All goes well until their friendship, and their business, start to struggle after one of them gets involved with a client.
"The DUFF" is already a Netflix classic. Bianca (Mae Whitman), a typical teenager facing the troubles of high school, discovers she is the "D.U.F.F", the Designated Ugly Fat Friend, of her group. Eager to turn the tables, she asks the star of the school's football team for help to change her look and her life.
Another Netflix original, "Dumplin" tells the story of Willowdean (Danielle Macdonald), a plus-sized and confident young girl who doesn't have the respect of her mother, a former beauty queen (Jennifer Aniston). After she falls in love with Bo (Luke Benward), a popular jock, she decides to enter a beauty pageant as a form of protest.
"Isn't it Romantic"
"Isn't it Romantic" is one of the newest ones on this list. Natalie (Rebel Wilson), a young woman who is frustrated with her career and love life, suffers an accident and see her whole world transform into a romantic comedy where everything suddenly starts working out.
"Bridesmaids" is another Netflix must-see. In the movie, Lillian (Maya Rudolph) is getting married and invites her best friend Annie (Kristen Wiig) to be her maid of honor. Things start to spiral out of control when Annie begins competing for the bride's attention against Helen (Rose Byrne), a bridesmaids who is willing to do anything to take her spot.
"Confessions of a Shopaholic"
"Confessions of a Shopaholic" is guaranteed to make you laugh and tells the story of Rebecca Bloomwood (Isla Fisher), a shopaholic who becomes bankrupt. After getting a job at a finance magazine, she starts reevaluating her ambitions.
"Set It Up"
In "Set It Up", Harper (Zoey Deutch) and Charlie (Glen Powell) work as assistants to two New York executives who make their lives living hell. Eager to get their bosses off their backs, they come up with a plan to make them fall in love with each other.
Amy (Mila Kunis) has a seemingly perfect life in "Bad Moms" - a happy marriage, exemplary children and a great job. Despite that, she feels overwhelmed by the stress of daily life and joins forces with two other women, Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn), who face the same issues, in a journey of self-liberation.
"Identity Thief" tells the story of Sandy Patterson (Jason Bateman), a hard-working dad who is fighting for a promotion at work when he finds out his identity is being used by someone else in another state. Without the help of the police, he decides to find the identity thief (Melissa McCarthy) to convice her to turn herself in.
"Wanderlust" tells the adventure of George (Paul Rudd), recently fired, and Linda (Jennifer Aniston), who had her documentary cancelled. Without enough money to afford their dream life in New York, the couple moves in with George's brother who lives in a rather eccentric commune called Elysium.