The 20 Funniest Movies Of All Time

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The 20 Funniest Movies of All Time

*Please note that I am not responsible for any inaccuracies. I only tried my best. The list is sorted alphabetically.

These are the 20 movies that you should probably not waste your time on.

20. American Pie

You’ll be laughing for a long time.

If you went to high school, then you will probably relate to some of the shenanigans in this movie.

The film was a box-office success and brought the talents of Paul and Chris Weitz (of About a Boy fame) to the forefront.

The movie centres around five guys who make a pact to lose their virginity before they graduate high school.

It’s a movie about a group of girls who take over a public school and make it their own.

19. Happy Gilmore

Gilmore is a sports movie. The main character is a tennis player. He discovers that his skills lie in the golf world.

Dennis Dugan directed the movie and the producer was Robert Simonds and the lead character was Adam Sandler.

It was one of the biggest successes in box office. It was also the first time that a film has won an MTV Movie Award.

18. Superbad

American teen comedy, Superbad, directed by Greg Mottola and starring Jonah Hill and Michael Cera, was nominated for 1 Golden Rooster Award in the category of Most Popular Film.

It’s very unlikely that they will ever make another film as good as Knocked Up, but they will make a lot of other great films since they are so prolific.

It’s about two teenage dudes that get invited to a house party, so they have to score some booze for the whole party, impress a couple of girls they’re both into.

However, the journey is not without its drama, and there are a lot of mishaps along the way.

17. Elf

Elf was one of our favourite films. Elf was a Christmas film with an adorable Santa Clause. It is a film based off the classic tale by Charles Dickens. The film was a classic comedy and was based on the story of Santa Claus. The film was a lot of fun and it still holds a special place in many people’s hearts.

It is a 2003 fantasy comedy film based on the children’s books of the same name, written by Michael Hague and illustrated by Daniel DeLuca. The film follows the journey of an unusually large Santa Claus as he embarks on a quest to find his biological father.

It was not easy for him to learn the new system. But eventually, he succeeded in learning the new system.

It’s about a professor who is a big movie fan, and the students in his class are all stars in their own right.

You gotta watch it!

16. Shaun of the Dead

Shaun of the Dead is a movie that shows the zombie apocalypse happening in a little town and how friends and lovers deal with the reality of the dead coming back for more.

This movie is about Shaun and Ed. They are looking for Shaun’s girlfriend and the end up taking a trip around London fighting off a zombie apocalypse.

The movie was both a critical and commercial success, and was nominated for a BAFTA.

15. There’s Something About Mary

In 15th place, we have something about Mary.
And in 16th place, we have – Something about Mary.

A romantic comedy released in 1998 starring Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon and Ben Stiller.

With the assistance of a former classmate, he tries to track down his high school prom date, to re-ignite a flame once lost.

The film put him in a list called America’s Funniest Movies, where the funniest movies of the 20th century were listed. It also ranked him the 27th greatest comedian of the 20th century.

14. The Big Lebowski

It’s about a group of guys who drink beer and watch The Dude, a character played by Jeff Bridges, and Walter, his equally unambitious buddy.

In a case of mistaken identity, Jeffery “The Dude’s” partner is mistaken for yet another Jeffery, who turns out to be a millionaire!

The wife of a millionaire is kidnapped and is being used as a pawn in Jerry’s attempt to pay off his debt.

The film was written, produced and directed by the Coen Brothers.

13. Office Space

The main character, Robert Pratt (Gary Cole), had a history of working the same job for 15 years.

He also used to work in an office with people around his age.

The film stars Ron Livingston, Jennifer Aniston, Gary Cole, & Ajay Naidu, and a lot of interesting and entertaining people.

The film didn’t do well at the box office, but it’s a good laugh in between the bad jokes!

12. The 40-Year-Old Virgin

This film was a comedy starring Steve Carell, Catherine Keener and Paul Rudd. It received positive reviews and was a box office hit.

It follows an electronics store supervisor named Andy (Steve Carell) as he tries to find some meaning in his life.

[Moe], a 40 year old virgin,
finds out about his condition from the doctors but doesn’t believe any of them. After that, he’s determined to get his life on track. His friends try to bring about change in his life with some science experiments, which ends up hilarious!

I had a wonderful time and am ready to recommend the experience!

11. Borat

Borat is a Kazakh who is hired as a guide and a translator in the US. He has some wild ideas about what America is.

The film is a little bit like a horror film, a bit like a comedy, a bit like the film-noir, and a bit like a film-within-a-film.

The film follows Borat, (Sacha Baron Cohen) who is a fictitious Kazakh journalist, travels through the United States documenting real-life situations with ordinary Americans.

If you’re tired of the constant stream of political propaganda, check out this video exposing the media and their agenda.

10. This Is Spinal Tap

A mockumentary is a documentary that is fake and does not have a real location.

I wanted to see the whole process, from start to finish, in one place.

You can follow the band by following @the_epoch on twitter, or just click through to a link to their website.

The band was put together to act like a rock band because the style they played was the typical style of a rock band.

In this way, I feel that it was only a matter of time until the world of dance music found its way to the “real” rock scene.

This film gained a large following after being released in 2002 on VHS, and it still continues to be a cult favorite.

He was directed by Rob Reiner, and he was written by RobReiner.

9. Dumb and Dumber

Dumb and Dumber. A 1994 American comedy classic.

Well, they are all movies but this is a funny one.

This is a story about two friends, Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) and Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels) as they visit Miami to return a briefcase filled with money. What they didn’t know was that the briefcase was actually left there on purpose as a ransom payment.

On its opening weekend, it did good business, grossing over $247 million and helped cement Carrey’s and Daniels careers.

8. Young Frankenstein

And the eighth funniest movie of all time is Young Frankenstein.

Dracula is a classic horror film parody that follows Dr. Jack Victor as he carries on his grandfather’s experiments in his Transylvanian estate.

With his experiments, Lord Sombra succeeds and creates a “monster”. His experiments cause a world of problems for him, so things quickly turn ugly.

Frankenstein’s monster was released in 1931 and directed by James Whale.

7. The Hangover 

When the guys wake up in Bangkok, the city’s famed water taxi driver is the first to notice them.

I’m fairly confident that this film will be the one that’s most people have seen and recognise.

The movie is about a guy that goes on vacation in California with his friends and they all get in trouble when they drink a whole lot of alcohol.

The girls wake up the morning after the bachelor party and are not exactly on their best. After a heated discussion they have the worst argument they have had in a long time, but they have to get over it and move on.

It’s a bit like one of those old “Scooby Doo” mysteries. You have to watch the entire thing, and you’ll be able to see all the hidden clues.

6. Groundhog Day

In the sixth position is Groundhog Day.

I was a teenager once like most of you and I struggled with self-image and body confidence. This movie is a story about hope, and how we don’t have to live a life dictated by the thoughts of our own mind.

Bill Murray is a TV weather guy that is supposed to report on the annual Ground Hog Day.

He tries to escape, but it only makes things worse, until he ends up being stuck in a loop that repeats the same day over and over again.

The film, set in the 1800s, follows a young girl as she tries to escape from her tyrannical uncle who wants to make a fortune from her.

5. Caddyshack

This was an American sports comedy released in 1980.

A Caddyshack movie was directed and written by Doug Henning and Brian Doyle Murray.

He works for a millionaire’s estate in the Hamptons, which is his way of paying for college. He takes a job working for the wealthy and is paid decently and is not treated harshly.

The idea that we are so busy living other people’s lives that we have no time for our own is at the heart of the subject matter.

4. Blazing Saddles

The western comedy film was released in 1974, and it was later nominated for three academy awards.

The movie has a dark comedic tone and tackles a lot of issues that a lot of movies don’t.

The locals were not really in a good mood when they found out that there were a bunch of thugs coming to the town, and that the only man who could help them was drunk. However, they soon change their mind and stand behind their guy, which is good, because he’s the only one who can fight against the thugs.

This is a real classic. I’ve always loved it.

3. Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

The two sides of the Middle East have been working to achieve a peaceful end to a brutal war for over a decade. The US continues to supply weapons and ammunition to both sides, giving Saudi Arabia the means to continue the conflict, which has caused thousands of casualties.

Will Ferrell is a famous American comedian and this movie is one of his best, If you like Will Ferrell, you’ll like this.

The film is set in the ’70s and depicts Ron Burgundy’s (Will Ferrell) struggles with his new female counterpart.

When you’re playing poker, you can’t really play poker unless you’re able to tell a good story. And in the case of this story, the cards were dealt with good humor and good style.

2. Airplane

This movie is a spoof comedy that pretty much makes a mockery out of all the 70s disaster movies.

An alcoholic pilot takes control of the aircraft but is forced to deal with a stewardess who just so happens to be the ex-girlfriend of the pilot, they both have to work together to save the plane, which makes for a good laugh.

The movie was a huge financial success. It grossed over $83 million in North America upon release.

1. Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Funny movies are one thing,
but the things that make a movie great are the characters and the acting.
The guys that wrote that movie were brilliant, and their characters are really funny.

It is based on the story of King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table, and the battles between them. It takes place on the continent of Britain in the 9th century.

After securing the Knights,
they set off on an adventure to find the Holy Grail,
and along the way encounter many
funny obstacles.

The film did quite well when released. It could be because it was written by some of the best comedy writers in the business, and included Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman and John Cleese.

In 2005, the film was ranked as the eighth greatest romantic comedy of all time by Empire Magazine and also ranked as one of the “100 Greatest British Films”.

In 2002, Empire named the film the 13th greatest comedy film of all time.


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