Looking for a hilarious black comedy movie to watch with your friends and family? Look no further! The 90s were a great time for Black comedies, and we’ve compiled a list of the 10 best ones for you. From outrageous slapstick humor to intelligent satire, these movies will have you laughing out loud. So grab some popcorn and get ready for a fun-filled evening!
A pair of waitresses in Georgia, Nisi (Halle Berry) and Mickey (Natalie Desselle), fly to Los Angeles for a music-video audition in order to raise money for their ideal business – a soul-food restaurant with a hair salon. The Southern ladies are eventually found on the estate of Mr. Blakemore (Martin Landau), an elderly millionaire.
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Money Talks 
Franklin (Chris Tucker) is a small-time crook who gets caught by reporter James (Charlie Sheen). Franklin, on the other hand, is taken to jail unaware that he is unwittingly drawn into a bloody prison break. Franklin flees from the law, mistakenly believing he murdered many policemen, so the fugitive turns to James for assistance.
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Major Payne 
Major Payne is a natural-born killer, who has no idea how to deal with normal civilian life after being honorably discharged from the Marine due to a lack of wars. Fortunately, he lands a gig at Madison Preparatory School where he leads a group of misfit Junior ROTC pupils who don’t want to be led.
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Rush Hour 
In Rush Hour, we are introduced to two cops from different cultures who are forced to work together when the daughter of the Chinese consul is kidnapped. Detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) is a fast-talking streetwise cop while Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) is a more reserved and traditional law enforcement officer.
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White Men Can’t Jump 
Starring Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson, White Men Can’t Jump is a classic sports comedy about two streetball hustlers in Los Angeles. Billy (Harrelson) and Sidney (Snipes) are always trying to one-up each other on the court, but when they team up to make some quick cash, they find out that they may have more in common than they thought.
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Craig Jones (Ice Cube) is a young man who just got fired from his job and evicted from his home on the same day. Desperate for money, Craig agrees to help his friend Smokey (Chris Tucker) sell some weed.
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The Nutty Professor 
Eddie Murphy stars in this remake of the 1963 Jerry Lewis classic. In The Nutty Professor, Sherman Klump (Murphy) is an overweight professor who invents a potion that can transform him into the suave and handsome Buddy Love (also Murphy). But when Sherman starts using the potion too much, he begins to lose touch with reality.
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Coming to America 
In this classic Eddie Murphy comedy, Prince Akeem (Murphy) is the heir to the throne of Zamunda, a wealthy African nation. But when Akeem learns that he is to be betrothed to a woman he doesn’t love, he decides to take matters into his own hands and leaves Zamunda in search of his queen.
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Life is a comedy about two friends who are sentenced to life in prison after being wrongly convicted of murder. Ray (Eddie Murphy) and Claude (Martin Lawrence) have to learn how to survive in the tough world of prison, but they also use their wit and humor to make the best of their situation.
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Booty Call 
Rushon (Tommy Davidson) and his friends have gone entirely too long without sex. They decide to go on a double date with Nikki and her frien . The couples decide to take things to the next level. However, things take a wild turn when the two men are unable to find condoms.
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What are your favorite 90s movies? Let us know in the comments below! And don’t forget to share this list with your friends if you think they’ll enjoy it. Happy watching!