Get Your Stomach Cracking This Thanksgiving With These Funny Movies on Netflix

Get Your Stomach Cracking This Thanksgiving With These Funny Movies on Netflix

The holiday of Thanksgiving brings with it an opportunity to celebrate togetherness with your friends and family; no doubt a bit of drama comes along with it, but it is always fun to be with them. While this time of the year makes the families argue about everything from football to politics, it also gives them an opportunity to share a laugh. So we are here to give you a list of some of the best funny Thanksgiving movies on Netflix; movies that you can enjoy with your grandkids, children, and friends while you are enjoying your time.

Free Birds (2013)

Close your eyes and try to paint a picture when you hear the word “Thanksgiving”; I can bet that one of the first things that came to your mind was a juicy turkey sitting on the dinner table. Well, what if the bird species decided to change this one thing about the holiday tradition?

Find the answer to this question as you watch the animated movie Free Birds. This cheeky movie is something you can enjoy with your whole family sitting in front of the TV.

 

Chef (2014)

Food is always in abundance during this time of the year, and there are literally a plethora of people who desire a sort of perfection on their dinner tables. If you are someone who is like that, then Chef is the perfect movie for you to watch this Thanksgiving. Starring Jon Favreau, who is famously known for his love story with Spider Man’s aunt; this comedy tells the story of a titular chef.

Following a fight with a food critic, chef Carl Casper quits his job at a fine restaurant in Los Angeles. Left a bit confused about what to do, he opens a food truck with the help of his ex-wife (Sofia Vergara), best friend (John Leguizamo), and son (Emjay Anthony). A perfect watch if you are looking for funny Thanksgiving movies to watch with your family on Netflix.

Friendsgiving (2020)

A holiday that is supposed to be celebrated with friends and family is definitely not a day to have uninvited guests come over; the adult comedy Friendsgiving captures this very thing rather hilariously. Starring Malin Akerman and Kat Dennings as a pair of best friends, both recovering from a divorce and a breakup, respectively; the movie shows the friends desiring nothing but a low-key simple celebration.

The plan of a simple holiday goes to the bin; when they invite a new boyfriend and a mutual friend and her family. Watch this hilarious comedy, as almost all of us have had uninvited guests over and we all know how irritating it can be!

Just Friends (2005)

You just cannot talk about comedy and keep Ryan Reynolds away from it. While most of the fans know him for his iconic superhero role (Deadpool and not Green Lantern), this is one of those easy-flowing movies everyone should watch at least once. The movie revolves around a man who returns to his hometown with a dream in his eyes.

A dream to impress his high-school crush after she rejected him during his school days, turning him into a womanizer. Hoping to finally woo her, he is back, as she is someone he could never forget. Check out this movie purely to see the side of Ryan you never knew about.

Pee Wee’s Big Holiday

Well, Holiday is just a state of mind, and it is effectively proved in the 2016 adventure comedy movie Pee Wee’s Big Holiday. Starring Paul Reubens as Pee-Wee Herman who is a cook at a local diner in the small town of Fairville, the movie tells the story of the first-ever holiday that this gentleman has ever taken.

After one of his friends, Joe Manganiello, invites Pee-Wee to New York to celebrate his birthday, Pee-Wee finds himself in an adventure of a lifetime. Surrounded by snakes, robbers, farms, and much more, Mr. Herman creates a perfect holiday watch for all of us.

Let us know what are your favorite holiday movies on Netflix.

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