Top 10 Comedy Movies Worth Watching

Down below is the list of Comedy Movies that surely will tickle your funny bone:


Horrible Bosses (2011)


Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) hate their bosses and would do anything to get themselves rid of them. One night, fueled by alcohol they devise a plan to get rid of their bosses by permanently eliminating them from this world.

IMDB: 6.9/10


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Ted (2012)


In 1985, 8-year-old John Bennet ( Mark Wahlberg) made a wish that his stuffed teddy bear  Ted (Seth McFarlane) would come alive, and his wish actually came true. 27 years later John and Ted are still best friends, smoking weeds, drinking beer, and cursing are some of the regular stuff they do, but the problem is John's girlfriend Lori (Mila Kunis) wants more from the relationship and expects John to grow up. Will John and Ted's friendship last? find out in this foul-mouthed comedy.

IMDB: 6.9/10

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The Hangover (2009)


Four friends Phil, Alan, Stu, and Doug go to Las Vegas for Doug's bachelor party, but things turn south when Alan buys drugs from a local drug dealer and accidentally gets everybody stoned. The next morning Alan, Phil, and Stu wake up to find that Doug is missing and so is their memory from the night before. Will the three best men succeed in finding the groom, find out in this amazing comedy movie which was loved by the audience, and the critics.

IMDB: 7.7/10

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)


Wes Anderson’s “schtick” is certainly not for everyone, but it’s hard to resist the charm of The Grand Budapest Hotel. Eschewing twee stories of children or families, Grand Budapest instead is a Russian nesting doll-type tale chronicling the misadventures of a hotel concierge and his lobby boy, and the kooky characters they meet along the way. It’s all gorgeously crafted, obviously, and Anderson uses his skill as a filmmaker to really nail the comedic pacing. This thing moves at a brisk pace, and yet feels unendingly rich. It’s a layer cake, with each piece more delicious than the last.

IMDB: 8.1/10

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Thor: Ragnarok (2017)


There’s been no shortage of funny superhero movies over the decades, especially since Iron Man ushered in the age of the MCU on a wink and a smirk from Robert Downey Jr., but nobody has delivered a full-on superhero comedy like Taika Waititi did with his zany intergalactic adventure, Thor: Ragnarok. Distinctly pulled from bygone days of vibrant fantasies led by the devil may care goofballs, Ragnarok feels like a Saturday morning cartoon come to life, with Waititi’s signature wit and the big-budget backing of an industry titan like Marvel Studios. The result is a weird, wild ride that’s about as odd as MCU movies get. Chris Hemsworth's comedic skills are one of the most delightful surprises to come out of Hollywood in recent years, and Waititi lets him ham it up alongside an insanely appealing cast that includes Cate Blanchett, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, and Mark Ruffalo – who all do some A+ hamming of their own. With little interest in world-building or mythologizing, Ragnarok is a rarity in the MCU that feels like a true standalone; something unique and utterly hilarious, from start to finish.

IMDB: 7.9/10

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21 Jump Street (2012)


Here’s the M.O. of directors Christopher Miller & Phil Lord: Take a premise that shouldn’t work and knock it out of the park. 21 Jump Street comes right up to the line of a spoof, but it’s a genuine buddy comedy with outstanding chemistry between leads Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. The jokes are painfully funny, but what makes the film work so well is that it not only satirizes stereotypes, but there’s also a genuine bond between Jenko and Schmidt. For all of its painfully hilarious moments, the central story about two friends who realize they’re no longer beholden to their high school baggage is what always shines through.

IMDB: 7.2/10

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The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)


Though his previous contributions to pop culture went criminally under-appreciated—it would take years for Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared to get their deserved due—Judd Apatow’s 2005 feature directorial debut, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, was a career turning point. The uproarious comedy—co-written by Apatow and star Steve Carell, though also heavily improvised—proved Apatow’s unique ability to interweave original, laugh-out-loud humor with surprising sweetness. In addition to cementing Carell as a Hollywood star, the ensemble blazed a new comedy sub-genre (men-children—and later, via HBO’s Girls, women-children—clumsily coming to terms with adulthood) and launched Apatow as something of a Hollywood tastemaker, whose mere association with a project signaled that it would be funnier than most, and full of performers who should be on audience’s radars.

IMDB: 7.1/10

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Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)


Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery is the inaugural movie of the Austin Powers franchise. Take Sean Connery’s debonair and sophisticated James Bond out of his ’60s-martini-bar comfort zone and you’re left with Austin Powers. He’s a flouncy-collared, womanizing secret agent who was cryogenically frozen in the 1960s, then awoken in 1997 to battle cat-stroking villain Dr. Evil. Starring Mike Myers, Elizabeth Hurley, and Seth Green.

IMDB: 7.0/10

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Office Space (1999)


The film focuses on its protagonist, a programmer named Peter who works for a company named Initech. Peter is dissatisfied with his life, both the personal one and the professional one and he had fallen into a boring routine. His life changes when the workers are told that a consultant will arrive to help improve the efficiency of the workplace. Dissatisfied, One day Peter decides to visit a hypnotherapist but things don't go the way Peter had planned, what follows is a series of hilarious events. Office space is a brilliant situation comedy and most of the office going people can relate to it.

IMDB: 7.7/10

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Superbad (2007)


"Superbad" revolves around two co-dependent high school seniors (Hill and Cera) who aren't that popular so in order to score at a party they decide to bring alcohol, believing that girls will have sex with them and they'll be ready for college. But as the day progresses so does their problems, overcoming their separation anxiety becomes a greater challenge than getting the girls. Also starring Emma Stone, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Seth Rogen, and Bill Hader in supporting role. "Superbad" still holds a cult following among teenagers.

IMDB: 7.6/10

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