Are you tired of rainy days? Watch one of Netflix’s greatest comedies after a long day with a blanket, some treats, and takeout. We’ve curated 18 of the Best Netflix Singapore shows and movies to make you laugh out loud.
1. Crash Course In Romance
Singaporeans have developed a strong affection for this latest South Korean romantic comedy, making it one of the top choices for current viewing. The storyline revolves around a compassionate woman who finds herself immersed in the competitive realm of private education when her daughter expresses a desire to enroll in a renowned math teacher’s class.
2. You People
This new film, featuring Eddie Murphy and Jonah Hill, is an ideal Netflix comedy for some hearty laughs. It cleverly delves into contemporary relationships, and issues of race and religion, as a newly formed couple and their respective families embark on a comedic journey to adapt to life amidst cultural conflicts, generational disparities, and societal expectations.
Even after 19 years, this series remains one of the best Netflix comedies, consistently delivering laughs with its timeless humor. Allow Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Ross, and Chandler to brighten up your lockdown days as they skillfully handle life’s ups and downs, from love and marriage to, well, let’s not forget Ross’s numerous divorces, and all the heartbreaks and wild adventures that come their way.
4. Care of Kancharapalem
This 2018 Indian movie offers another fantastic source of laughter for your weekend entertainment. It intricately weaves together four distinct love stories that traverse various age groups, encompassing teenagers, and middle-aged men, as well as diverse aspects of religion and social status, all set against the backdrop of a quaint Indian town.
5. Reply 1988
This Korean series from 2015 delves into the lives of five distinct families, each with a teenage child, residing in a quaint neighborhood in late 1980s Seoul. It offers a humorous and relatable depiction of family dynamics that resonates universally.
6. Murder Mystery 1 & 2
Nick and Audrey Spitz, portrayed by Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, return in “Murder Mystery 2” four years after successfully solving their initial European murder case. Now working as full-time detectives, they struggle to gain respect in their field. Their lives take an unexpected turn when they attend a friend’s wedding on a secluded island. However, when the groom is mysteriously abducted, the couple unravels the enigma of the wedding party’s involvement. They embark on a mission to Paris to rescue him.
7. Love Today
Yet another uproarious Indian film, premiered in 2022, presents the story of a classic love affair involving Pradeep and Nikitha. However, just before the couple weds, a demand from the bride’s father emerges: they must exchange their mobile phones for a full day. This simple request sets in motion an entertaining turn of events.
8. Man Vs Bee
This is one of the best new Netflix series to tune into right now. It humorously tracks the journey of a homeless man, brought to life by the uproarious Rowan Atkinson (famous for Mr. Bean), who stumbles upon a gig as a housesitter at an opulent residence. Within those luxurious walls, he encounters a playful bee that inadvertently triggers a cascade of destruction and pandemonium. This leaves him shouldering the blame for the ensuing chaos.
9. Sex Education
This comedy-drama series, centered around sex, is the most hilarious show you’ll ever come across. Don’t miss out on binge-watching seasons one, two, and three, which chronicle the escapades of Otis (Asa Butterfield), a teenage boy with an embarrassingly candid sex therapist mother (Gillian Anderson). Otis, with the covert assistance of a fellow student, inadvertently establishes a sex therapy clinic at their school in pursuit of financial gain.
10. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
Featuring an impressive ensemble cast including Daniel Craig, Kate Hudson, Madelyn Cline, Hugh Grant, and more, this film stands out as one of the most delightful options on Netflix in Singapore. The plot unfolds around a tech billionaire who hosts a murder mystery game for his friends on his private island in Greece. However, the situation takes a thrilling twist when a real death occurs, leaving the skilled Detective Benoit Blanc with the task of uncovering the culprit’s identity.
11. Bullet Train
In the comedic blockbuster of 2022, the narrative unfolds aboard a bullet train headed for Kyoto, Japan. Five assassins are brought together. Ladybug, driven to accomplish his latest mission after a series of mishaps, soon discovers a surprising connection between his own mission and those of the other four assassins on board, unraveling in a mysterious twist.
12. Do Revenge
Experience the dynamic duo of Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke as they portray two strangers who forge an unlikely friendship while seeking revenge on each other’s tormentors. This film falls into the category likely to polarize audiences, either earning your affection or aversion. However, it’s undeniably a must-see for those seeking laughter this month.
13. Ginny & Georgia
Catch up on the first and second seasons of this beloved Netflix series. It traces the journey of an awkward 15-year-old named Ginny Miller (Antonia Gentry) and her 30-year-old free-spirited mother, Georgia Miller (Brianne Howey), as they put down roots in New England after years of travel. However, Georgia’s tumultuous past jeopardizes any chance of living a normal life. Amidst the emotional drama, brace yourself for hearty laughs that will leave you laughing.
14. The Man From Toronto
This action-comedy film has captured audiences around the world. In a humorous twist, it centers on the world’s most renowned assassin, who finds himself compelled to join forces with a hapless individual named Teddy (Kevin Hart), who is mistakenly identified as an enigmatic figure hailing from Toronto.
16. Pineapple Express
Regarded as one of the most uproarious films on the planet, this 2008 blockbuster is a fantastic choice for weekend viewing. It revolves around the escapades of a stoner and his pot-dealing friend, who find themselves on the lam after witnessing a corrupt police officer and a drug lord commit a murder. One of the finest comedic gems in the Netflix catalog.
17. Super Deluxe
Here’s another top-notch Netflix comedy selection. This darkly humorous Indian film weaves the stories of three diverse individuals—an unfaithful wife, a transgender woman, and a disgruntled teenage boy—as they confront their personal demons to find a path forward. Amidst all the hilarity, you can expect plenty of side-splitting one-liners to keep you entertained.
18. Set It Up
Yet another exceptional addition to Netflix’s comedy collection, featuring Zoey Deutch and Glenn Powell. The story revolves around two overworked and underpaid assistants in New York who join forces in an unconventional plan: orchestrating their bosses’ romance in the hope of securing themselves a well-deserved respite and greater freedom. The laughter you crave this weekend.
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