Whether you’re into quirky comedies, witty banter, or just your garden variety Hughes-style teen comedy, Crackle could be the answer to all your ills. For those that don’t know, Crackle (by Sony) is one of the few streaming services that are completely free of charge: no bills, no headache, no fuss, no muss – especially for the budget conscious.
So if you’re in need of a good laugh, here are 9 hilarious comedies you can check out for free on Crackle right now!
This incredibly well-reviewed comedy starring Colin Farrell and the iconic Brendan Gleeson was released in 2008. The two star as hit men, Ken and Ray, who are hunkering down in Belgium after their last job turned sour.
Mike Myers stars in this romantic comedy about a lovesick man who finally meets the girl of his dreams. The only thing is: she may be more than he had bargained for.
A star-making turn for Emma Stone, Easy A is a smart and enjoyable teen comedy centered around a yarn-spinning high schooler named Olive, and what happens when the rumor mill starts flying. The film also turns out memorable performances from Stanley Tucci, Patricia Clarkson, and Thomas Haden Church.
In this 2011 comedy, Jesse Eisenberg plays a pizza delivery boy who is forced to rob a bank by two would-be criminal masterminds. Also starring Aziz Ansari and Danny McBride, 30 Minutes or Less is full of talent and laughs.
Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson star in this 2001 comedy about an unlikely pair who must team up to take down a dangerous arms dealer. Wilson is government agent Alex Scott, and Murphy is cocky boxing champ, Kelly Robinson.
Taking place over the course of one day, Go follows the shenanigans of a group of grocery store employees, as they each go on separate, but interconnecting, journeys.
Theresa and Simon (Zoe Saldana and Ashton Kutcher) are newly engaged. When it comes time for Simon to meet Theresa’s dad, played by the hilarious Bernie Mac, hijinks ensue.
Mary Katherine Gallagher is not only Molly Shannon’s most notorious Saturday Night Live character but arguably the most recognized SNL character of all time. If you’ve never seen it, this full-length feature from 1999 will give you even more of this iconic school-girl.
In this ridiculous yet charming premise, Adam Sandler stars as a former lothario Henry, who falls for the sweet and likable Lucy. Unfortunately for him, it turns out Lucy suffers from a condition that makes her incapable of creating new memories, and lovesick Henry is hard-pressed to make her fall in love with him day after day after day.