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Dumb and Dumber
“Dumb and Dumber” is a comedy film about two dim-witted friends, Lloyd and Harry, who embark on a cross-country journey to return a briefcase full of money to its owner, encountering a series of hilarious misadventures along the way.
American Pie is a coming-of-age comedy film that follows a group of high school friends on a mission to lose their virginity before graduation. The film explores their hilarious and often awkward attempts to navigate relationships, sex, and growing up.
“Superbad” is a coming-of-age comedy film about three high school friends who embark on a wild night of partying and misadventures in an effort to impress their crushes before graduation. As they navigate through hilarious and awkward situations, they learn valuable lessons about friendship and self-discovery.
“The Hangover” is a comedy film about a group of friends who wake up in Las Vegas after a wild night of partying, only to discover that they have no memory of what happened and must retrace their steps to find a missing groom before his wedding.
The Wedding Crashers is a comedy film about two friends who crash weddings to meet women, but their plans are thrown off when one of them falls in love with a bridesmaid, leading to hilarious and unexpected consequences.
“Old School” is a comedy film about three middle-aged men who start a fraternity in order to relive their college days, but their wild antics clash with the university administration. As they navigate the challenges of adulthood and strive to keep their fraternity alive, they learn valuable lessons about friendship, responsibility, and embracing the joy of life.
“Step Brothers” is a comedy film about two middle-aged, unemployed men who become stepbrothers when their parents get married. The movie follows their hilarious and chaotic journey as they try to navigate their new family dynamic and find purpose in their lives.
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
“Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” is a comedy film about Ron Burgundy, a charismatic but clueless news anchor in the 1970s, and his struggle to maintain his position and ego when a talented female reporter joins his male-dominated news team. As he navigates through hilarious situations and rivalries, Ron learns valuable lessons about teamwork and the changing landscape of journalism.
“Knocked Up” is a comedy film about an unlikely couple, a slacker and an ambitious journalist, who have a one-night stand that results in an unplanned pregnancy. The movie follows their journey as they navigate the challenges of impending parenthood and try to build a relationship.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
“Forgetting Sarah Marshall is a romantic comedy about a devastated musician who takes a trip to Hawaii to heal his broken heart, only to find his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend at the same resort. As he navigates through awkward encounters and unexpected friendships, he learns to let go of the past and find love and happiness in unexpected places.”
The 40-Year-Old Virgin
“The 40-Year-Old Virgin” is a comedy film about a middle-aged man named Andy who has never had sex and is determined to lose his virginity. With the help of his friends, he embarks on a series of humorous and awkward adventures in his quest for love and intimacy.
Meet the Parents
“Meet the Parents” is a comedy film about a man named Greg who meets his girlfriend’s parents for the first time, but his attempts to impress them go hilariously wrong. As he navigates through a series of unfortunate events and misunderstandings, Greg’s relationship with his girlfriend and her family is put to the test.
Zoolander is a comedy film about a dim-witted male model who becomes embroiled in a plot to assassinate the Prime Minister of Malaysia. With the help of a journalist, he must uncover the truth and save the day.
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery is a comedic spy film about a groovy British secret agent who is cryogenically frozen in the 1960s and thawed out in the 1990s to stop his arch-nemesis, Dr. Evil, from taking over the world.
Something’s Gotta Give
“Something’s Gotta Give” is a romantic comedy film about a successful middle-aged playwright who falls for the mother of his young girlfriend while staying at her beach house. The movie explores the complexities of love, age, and relationships as the characters navigate their feelings and confront their fears.
The Sweetest Thing
“The Sweetest Thing” is a romantic comedy film about three best friends who embark on a road trip to find a man one of them met at a club, leading to hilarious and unexpected adventures along the way. The movie explores themes of friendship, love, and the importance of taking risks for happiness.
The Other Woman
“The Other Woman” is a comedy film about three women who team up to seek revenge on a cheating husband and discover a larger web of infidelity. They form an unlikely friendship as they work together to expose his deceitful ways and reclaim their lives.
“Bridesmaids” is a comedy film that follows Annie, a woman whose life unravels as she becomes the maid of honor for her best friend’s wedding, leading to hilarious and outrageous situations among the bridesmaids. The movie explores themes of friendship, competition, and self-discovery with a mix of humor and heart.
“The Proposal” is a romantic comedy about a high-powered book editor who forces her assistant to marry her in order to avoid deportation back to Canada. As they navigate through a fake engagement and a trip to Alaska to meet his family, they unexpectedly find themselves falling in love.
“Bad Teacher” is a comedy film about a foul-mouthed and inappropriate middle school teacher who sets out to seduce a wealthy colleague in order to quit her job and live a luxurious lifestyle. Along the way, she learns some unexpected lessons about love and self-discovery.