6 Seth Rogen Movies On Netflix Canada Perfect For Your Next Comedy Binge

You can never watch Superbad too many times.
6 Seth Rogen Movies On Netflix Canada Perfect For Your Next Comedy Binge

If stoner comedy is your vibe then you've probably watched every Seth Rogen movie ever, but that also means you're probably always up for a rewatch binge. Netflix Canada is the perfect spot for all your Seth Rogen needs. While he is known to most people as only having one type of comedic ability, stoner comedy (ironic that he's launching a cannabis brand), there's actually a lot more he can do. Take a look at Kung Fu Panda for example. That movie is super family-friendly, yet hilarious. So whether you're looking to have a movie night, with family or with all your friends, Netflix Canada has all your Seth Rogen binge-watching needs. Here are all of Seth Rogen Netflix Canada comedies you can watch. 

Over the years, Rogen has also branched off into producing, so that also opens up a whole other category of movies you can watch. While you'd have to go beyond Netflix to find those, some are currently still in theatres. His new movie Good Boys was just released and set records in the box office, as well as the new live-action Lion King where he voiced Pumba. If you're just looking for a quiet movie night at home, check out these Seth Rogen films. 


Rating: 87% on Rotten Tomatoes

Superbad has to be included in any comedy binge, it's a classic. This Seth Rogen film follows two teenage boys who struggle to find alcohol for a party where they hope to hook up with girls. Rogen plays a police officer who becomes somewhat of a mentor to the two boys.

Sausage Party

Rating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes

Sausage Party got a lot of mixed reviews, probably because it's extremely crude humour. Don't let the cartoon animation fool you, this movie should NOT be watched by anyone under 18. Netflix's synopsis for Sausage Party is, "After making a gruesome discovery about life beyond the supermarket, an affable sausage strives to save his fellow foods in this raunchy comedy."

This Is The End

Rating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes

This is the End is just extremely meta. Seth Rogen is joined by Jonah Hill and James Franco in a comedy where they play themselves. They're together at a Hollywood party when the world starts to end around them and they have to outrun the apocalypse.

Pineapple Express

Rating: 68% on Rotten Tomatoes

Pineapple Express is another comedy about two guys but this time they're a little older than teens. A stoner and his drug dealer go into hiding after they witness a cop murder someone.

Kung Fu Panda 

Rating: 73% on Metacritic

If you're looking for some wholesome Seth Rogen content that's still hilarious, Kung Fu Panda is your best bet. Both parts 1 and 2 are on Netflix and follow a Panda who is training to be a Kung Fu hero after finding his calling. Rogen plays a character named Mantis!

The Disaster Artist 

Rating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes

The Disaster Artist is one of Seth Rogen's newer movies and is about an "Aspiring actor Greg who moves to Los Angeles with his strange friend Tommy, then agrees to star in his movie. Things start weird and get a lot weirder."

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