With the changing priorities of society, with each passing day, comedy movies are becoming classier. Today, they are no longer a source of entertainment for kids and families. They have become a part of the adult culture and are adored by many. We have listed a collection of comedy movies from all eras and genres.

  1. Bridesmaids

The film “Bridesmaids” is a comedy about five friends who have stayed friends since college and are now in their mid-30s. They agree to throw a bridal shower for their friend Annie, who is just getting married. The film displays the comedic scuffles of the characters and how they handle their life, love, and relationships. It’s nearly impossible to write a review of Bridesmaids without observing how witty and funny it is. The dialogue is so ordinary and often amusing that you can’t help but laugh out loud while watching it.

2. Superbad

“Superbad” became an enormous hit with its edgy humor and was nominated for several awards. It had a massive imprint on Hollywood as it presented the youthfulness and proactivity of recent movies such as “The Hangover.” Superbad is well thought-out to be one of Seth Rogan’s funniest roles. Actors like Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Bill Hader, Rachel McAdams, and Bill Paxton perform the finest in this movie.

3. When Harry Met Sally

When Harry Met Sally is an American romantic comedy film released to be watched in 1989, the film stars Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan as friends who find love surprisingly after meeting on a pancontinental flight and has been attributed with popularizing the terms “manic pixie dream girl” and “terrible teens.” Right after its release, it established universal acclaim from censors and several awards, including the Academy Awards for Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor for Bruno Kirby’s performance as Nicky Kahlil.

4. Coming To America

Coming to America is a 1988 American comedy-drama film directed by John Landis and starring Eddie Murphy. Landis and Barry Blaustein wrote the script. Coming to America has been well-thought-out to be one of the most ethnically influential films ever made about African Americans in America. It remains a cult classic today, particularly among Afro-Caribbean Americans, for its portrayal of African American culture in New York City during the 1980s.

5. Best In Show

The 2000 film “Best in Show” spins around a group of dog breeders hopeful of competing to have their dog adjudicated as the best in the show. The movie is roughly based on the real-world Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. When it comes to funny and cheerful films, many people may not think of 2000’s Best in Show, but this movie is absolutely worth watching.

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