Check Top 10 Best Comedy Films Of The 21st Century

Movies are the considered as the best option to entertain you in any mood. These days, it’s hard to separate great movies into specific genres—as the best of them often mix lightness and darkness, humor and pathos. But some of them are countless comedy classics. Even Comedy is one of the favorite genres for the makers as it never been old but enjoyable to watch at any time as well as many times. Here we have compiled some pretty phenomenal comedies on the big screen—some that quietly amuse us, others that leave us doubled over in laughter. Here is the list of top 10 comedy movies from the 21st Century.

1. Superbad (2007)

 Superbad (2007)
Superbad is an American teen comedy about two co-dependent high school seniors are forced to deal with separation anxiety after their plan to stage a booze-soaked party goes awry. They wanted to join it to lose their virginities but their plan proves harder than expected. The quest of getting liqueur for the party and trying to hook up will end up to be a timeless story, however weird that sounds, while the subtle back theme of the movie is what made this teen comedy into so many people’s favorite film.

2. The Hangover (2009)

The Hangover (2009)
The Hangover is one of the successful biggest box-office comedy hit of all time. It tells the story of Phil Wenneck, Stu Price, Alan Garner, and Doug Billings, who travel to Las Vegas for a bachelor party to celebrate Doug’s impending marriage. The guys are destined to wake up in a trashed hotel suite with no memory of what has happened the night before: there’s a tiger in the bathroom and a baby in the kitchen – and the groom has gone missing. IT nails just the right tone of raunchy humor and the non-stop laughs overshadow any flaw.

3. Step Brothers (2008)

Step Brothers (2008)
Step Brothers offers a true message of unconditional love between two aimless middle-aged losers still living at home are forced against their will to become roommates when their parents marry. It offers a level of adult humor on a juvenile twist for those audience members who can appreciate its silly raunchy humor. The epic scenes between the two brothers allow those of us with siblings to identify with some of the disagreements between the brothers. Its reason for its popularity and also its music has some catchy tunes and familiar with most American people.

4. Knocked Up (2007)

Knocked Up (2007)
Knocked Up is hilarious, poignant and refreshing romantic as well as comedy flick about two opposite poles coming in contact with each other and attempting to build up a relationship over the pregnancy issue. Rudd embodies with perfection their anguish and yearning for freedom who is tired of his everyday married life. It follows the repercussions of a drunken one-night stand between a slacker and a just-promoted media personality that results in an unintended pregnancy. This leads to a road of realization where the men understand the importance of accepting responsibility in a relationship and being mature.

5. Wedding Crashers (2005)

Wedding Crashers (2005)
During the first ten minutes of Wedding Crashers, we are treated to a display of the debauched antics that were staples in comedies of the late 1970s and 1980s. John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, a pair of committed womanizers who sneak into weddings to take advantage of the romantic tinge in the air, find themselves at odds with one another when John meets and falls for Claire Cleary. Formal dining room scenes are often an opportunity for laughter.

6. Bridesmaids (2011)

Bridesmaids (2011)

Bridesmaids are the best film made by Judd Apatow’s production company since Knocked Up and showcases some extremely fine comedic actors like Wiig, Maya Rudolph. Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Ellie Kemper, and Wendi McClendon-Covey co-star as Lillian’s bridesmaids. None of the freak-out comedies are great works of cinema, but there’s something mesmerizing about them collectively, about their tonal agonies and their air of indecision. The real heart of the film lies in the interactions between the women.


7. Borat (2006)

Borat (2006)

Borat is a mockumentary revolving around one Borat Sagdiyev, a gangly, gray-suited journalist working for Kazakhstan’s state-run TV network, who takes his mangled English and die-hard prejudices to America to make a documentary about life in the U.S. of A. He is the brainchild of British comic Sacha Baron Cohen, creator, and star of HBO’s Da Ali G Show. Borat becomes more interested in locating and marrying Pamela Anderson. As well as with so many comic factors the film has also some of the satires, the last shot is as funny as the first one.

8. Mean Girls (2004)

Mean Girls (2004)
Mean Girls is one of the best teen comedy film starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, Lacey Chabert, Lizzy Caplan, Daniel Franzese, Jonathan Bennett and Amanda Seyfried (in her film debut). The film is partially based on Rosalind Wiseman’s 2002 non-fiction self-help book Queen Bees and Wannabes, which describes female high school social cliques and the damaging effects they can have on girls. The authenticity, the performances, the witty dialogue, the well-developed secondary characters — there are so many reasons to love the movie. The movie explains female high school social cliques and the damaging effects they can have on girls.

9. Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)

Anchorman The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy is one of those comedies that has the makings of a classic, from its quotable lines to its memorable scenes, and of course it’s wildly inspiring sense of silly hummer. The film is about San Diego’s top-rated newsman in the male-dominated broadcasting of the 1970s, but that’s all about to change for Ron and his cronies when an ambitious woman is hired as a new anchor. This film is number 100 on Bravo’s 100 funniest movies, number 6 on TimeOut’s top 100 comedy films of all time and 113 on Empire’s 500 Greatest Movies of All Time.

10. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is based on a series of Canadian graphic novels and directed by Edgar Wright. It featured a great cast with perfect comedic timing and a simple story. The movie was full of sensory overload and long choreographed brawls, balanced by creative slapstick editing and several good laughs. It turns around the journey of Scott Pilgrim who must defeat his new girlfriend’s seven evil exes in order to win her heart.


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