Here are five comedies to check out on Netflix this weekend that maybe you didn't realize were streaming.

FUNNYTOWN - With the weekend coming up you may start thinking, "What should I watch?" If that's the case we've got you covered. This week we thought we'd take a look at five comedies that are worth watching that maybe you didn't realize are streaming on Netflix. The Great Outdoors The 1988 comedy "The Great Outdoors" is now streaming on Netflix and it's great - I'm sorry. I had to. Anyway, the film stars Dan Aykroyd and John Candy and it's 80's gold. Some of the jokes are dated and the style choices will make you cringe at times, but Candy will have you laughing and it's hard to go wrong with a John Hughes script. "The Great Outdoors" is rated PG and has an age appropriateness rating of 12+ on Heart and Souls The 1993 film "Heart and Souls" isn't as well known, as it should be. The film stars Robert Downey Jr., Kyra Sedgwick, Elisabeth Shue and Charles Grodin and it's full of charm, wit and heart. The movie is a lot of fun and if you've never seen it it's worth your time. "Heart and Souls" is rated PG-13 and has an rating of 11+. The Golden Child Who remembers the Eddie Murphy flick "The Golden Child"? The strange and eclectic 1986 film follows Murphy, a private eye, tasked with finding a special child that dark forces want to eliminate. The movie is odd and different, but that's also what makes it fun. "The Golden Child" may not be as well known as "Beverly Hills Cop" or "48 Hours," but it is Murphy at his best and it's worth at least one viewing. "The Golden Child" is rated PG-13. The Odd Couple The 1968 classic "The Odd Couple" is on Netflix and if you've never seen it, do yourself a favor and check it out. Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon are hilarious and this may be the best film they did together. The film is based off the Neil Simon play and it's still funny more than 40 years later. "The Odd Couple" is rated G and has an age rating of 6+ on Scoop If you're a Woody Allen fan then you'll love 2006's "Scoop." If you're not a Woody Allen fan, then you'll probably still like it. The film stars Allen, Scarlet Johansson and Hugh Jackman and has all the Woody Allen humor you've come to expect. This isn't Allen's best film, by far, but it is a lot of fun and worth a gander if you've never seen it. "Scoop" is rated PG-13 and has an rating of 14+.%3Cimg%20src%3D%22http%3A//