The Best Comedy Movies Of All Time That Will Make You Laugh Hard


The all-time favorite of all when it comes to entertainment, comedy movies are lighthearted and fun. From rom-com to dark comedy, there are many choices to make. While the web is flooded with an enormous amount of comedy movies, we are here with the list of the best comedy movies of all time to double your fun. Perfect for viewers of all age groups and tastes, you can easily stream these on the biggest entertainment platform, Netflix.

In this article, we have listed down for you the top comedy movies of all time to have endless fun and laughter.

1.   Bridesmaids (2011)

Director: Paul Feig

Writer: Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo

Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

Annie is a bridesmaid whose life unravels as she takes her closest friend, Lillian, and a merry band of bridesmaids on a crazy journey down the aisle. Unfortunately, Annie’s life is a complete disaster. When Lillian becomes engaged, she invites Annie to be the maid of honor and introduces her to the four bridesmaids, who include Helen, Lillian’s rich and attractive new friend.

2.   Office Space (1999)

Director: Mike Judge

Writer: Mike Judge

Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Ron Livingston, Stephen Root

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

Peter Gibbons is a computer programmer who despises his employer Bill Lumbergh and his work at Initech. Michael Bolton and Samir Nagheenanajar, two of his colleagues and pals, both despise their jobs and are set to be let off as part of the company’s restructuring. Now the trio plans to infect the company’s financial system with a virus that will steal a tiny amount of money from each transaction and deposit it into Peter’s bank account.

3.   Mean Girls (2004)

Director: Mark Waters

Writer: Tina Fey

Cast: Rachel McAdams, Lindsay Lohan, Tim Meadows

IMDb Rating: 7/10

Cady Heron relocates from Africa’s wild region to a new house. She transfers to a new school and meets Janis and Damian there. Her new pals advise her to avoid Plastics. However, the Queen Bee gets stung when Cady falls for Regina’s ex-boyfriend Aaron Samuels, and she plots to ruin Cady’s social future. Cady’s claws are quickly exposed as she enters a comedic “Girl World” battle that has the whole school fleeing for shelter.

4.   Superbad (2007)

Director: Greg Mottola

Writer: Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen

Cast: Michael Cera, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10

Seth and Evan are inseparable. Seth and Evan, who are usually shunned by the popular kids, get invited to a party. They spend the day trying to score enough alcohol to lubricate the party and inebriate two girls with the help of their nerdy friend Fogell, not to mention Fogell’s new fake ID. However, things don’t go smoothly for the trio. Seth and Evan are separated from Fogell (now known as McLovin) and still lack the necessary alcohol for the party that night.

5.   Clueless (1995)

Director: Amy Heckerling

Writer: Amy Heckerling

Cast: Alicia Silverstone, Brittany Murphy, Paul Rudd

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

Cher is wealthy, attractive, blonde, and well-liked, and she can persuade anybody to do just about anything. When she and her buddy Dion are unable to persuade a teacher to give her a higher grade, they pair him with another instructor to make him happy. Cher tries to locate a partner of her own while attempting to arrange an advantageous match for Tai. Unfortunately, before she finds the Baldwin of her dreams, she has many misfires owing to a lack of communication.

6.   Step Brothers (2008)

Director: Adam McKay

Writer: John C. Reilly, Adam McKay

Cast: John C. Reilly, Will Ferrell, Richard Jenkins

IMDb Rating: 6.9/1/

When Brennan Huff’s mother and Dale Doback marry, they are both about 40 years old. Because the boys still live with their parents, they are forced to share a room. Brennen and Dale’s conflicts become more severe as they become used to living together. Brennen, on the other hand, is constantly overshadowed by his rich, successful, and arrogant brother Derek during family events.

7.   The Hangover (2009)

Director: Todd Phillips

Writer: Scott Moore, Jon Lucas

Cast: Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

Doug Billings travels to his bachelor party in Las Vegas with his best friends two days before his wedding to the wealthy Tracy Garner. The trio tries to track down what happened last night and discovers that Stu married a pole dancer Jade. And it was Alan who surged their booze with “Good Morning, Cinderella” just at the start of their wild night.

8.   Napoleon Dynamite (2004)

Director: Jared Hess

Writer: Jerusha Hess, Jared Hess

Cast: Jon Gries, Jon Heder, Aaron Ruell

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

Napoleon Dynamite, Preston, Idaho’s most perplexing citizen, lives with his grandmother and 32-year-old brother (who cruises chat rooms for women) and tries to assist his best buddy, Pedro. Napoleon Dynamite, a young adolescent, seeks to discover his place in the world by assisting Pedro in winning the school election.

9.   Palm Springs (2020)

Director: Max Barbakow

Writer: Andy Siara

Cast: Cristin Milioti, Andy Samberg, Camila Mendes

IMDb Rating: 7.4/10

Nyles has been living the same day over and again for a very long time, trapped in a continuous-time loop. Sarah is attracted to Nyles and his quirky nihilism when he saves her from a catastrophic toast. However, when their impromptu tryst is prevented by a bizarre interruption, Sarah is forced to join Nyles in accepting the notion that nothing truly matters, and the two begin wreaking wild havoc on the wedding festivities.

10. 21 Jump Street (2012)

Director: Chris Miller, Phil Lord

Writer: Patrick Hasburgh, Michael Bacall

Cast: Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Brie Larson

IMDb Rating: 7.2/10

Morton Schmidt and Greg Jenko were diametrically opposed in high school in 2005. Schmidt performed well in school, but his geeky demeanor made it difficult for him to fit in with his classmates. Schmidt’s efforts to establish himself cause a split with Jenko, threatening to ruin the whole enterprise. Will they be able to get their act together before the synthetic drug gets out of hand?

11.  Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy (2004)

Director: Adam McKay

Writer: Adam McKay, Will Ferrell

Cast: Christina Applegate, David Koechner, Will Ferrell

IMDb Rating: 7.2/10

Ron Burgundy was the top-rated newsman on San Diego’s male-dominated Channel 4 in the 1970s. Veronica remains in her place, covering cat fashion shows, cooking, and other “feminine” hobbies, and Ron is happy to play along at first. However, the enmity between them grows as Ron becomes more envious of her celebrity.

12. Girls Trip (2017)

Director: Malcolm D. Lee

Writer: Kenya Barris, Tracy Oliver

Cast: Tiffany Haddish, Regina Hall, Larenz Tate

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

Sisterhoods are renewed, wild sides are rediscovered, and there’s enough dancing, drinking, brawling, and romancing to make the Big Easy blush as four longtime friends go to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival. All of the ladies decide to accompany her, but the only accommodation they can find is a filthy one-star motel frequented by prostitutes’ clients.

13. The Lego Movie (2014)

Director: Chris Miller, Phil Lord

Writer: Chris Miller, Phil Lord

Cast: Elizabeth Banks, Chris Pratt, Will Arnett

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

The LEGO Movie is a 3D animated film about Emmet, a seemingly ordinary LEGO mini-figure who is dubbed the “most exceptional human” and is tasked with rescuing the Lego world. Emmet and his companions go on a perilous quest to stop Lord Business, the wicked dictator. Emmett, a construction worker, has a long way to go before he succeeds, with obstacles like Bad Cop, Micromanagement, and the “Man from Upstairs” piled against him in his quest to rescue the world.

14. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

Director: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi

Writer: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi

Cast: Taika Waititi, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Jemaine Clement

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

Few nocturnal flatmates, Vladislav, the Lord Byron want tobe; Viago, the frilly dandy; Deacon, the rebellious teenager; and Petyr, the old blood-sucking monster, allow a documentary team to film their everyday life on the streets of Wellington, New Zealand. But, as if adjusting to contemporary life isn’t difficult enough, when the pack transforms the human victim, Nick, into a new vampire, the group’s chemistry is disrupted, with unintended results. Who said being a nocturnal creature was easy?

15. Old School (2003)

Director: Todd Phillips

Writer: Scot Armstrong, Court Crandall

Cast: Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell, Luke Wilson

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Mitch’s nymphomaniac lover, Heidi, cheats on him, then former party animal Frank gets married but refuses to give up his wildlife, and Beanie is a family man looking to recapture his wild and crazy youth. Beanie proposes that they form their own fraternity in Mitch’s new house on a college campus to relive their glory days by bringing together a diverse group of misfit college students, losers, middle-aged, and elderly retirees as their new friends, and later try to avoid being evicted by the new Dean of Students, Pritchard, who still holds a personal grudge against all three of them.

16. American Pie (1999)

Director: Paul Weitz

Writer: Adam Herz

Cast: Chris Klein, Jason Biggs, Natasha Lyonne

IMDb Rating: 7/10

Four buddies (Jim, Kevin, Finch, and Oz) discover that losing their collective virginity isn’t as simple as they imagined during a high-school party. However, many continue to think that they must do so before enrolling in college. Whether he’s caught on top of a pie or on the Internet, Jim constantly comes back to his father for sex advice. Will they make it to prom night with their aim of getting laid? Or will they discover something quite different?

17. Booksmart (2019)

Director: Olivia Wilde

Writer: Sarah Haskins, Emily Halpern

Cast: Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever, Jessica Williams

IMDb Rating: 7.2/10

Amy (Kaitlyn Dever) and Molly (Beanie Feldstein) meet up and go to their final day of school at the beginning of the film. Two academic geniuses and closest friends discover on the night of their high school graduation that they should have worked less and enjoyed more. So the ladies attempt to pack four years of pleasure into one night in order to keep up with their classmates.

18. Happy Gilmore (1996)

Director: Dennis Dugan

Writer: Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy

Cast: Adam Sandler, Julie Bowen, Richard Kiel

IMDb Rating: 7/10

Happy Gilmore has always wanted to play hockey. Happy’s inability to skate and his violent personality prevents him from being welcomed by any hockey club, despite his tremendous slapshot. In addition, Happy’s grandmother is being evicted from her house due to the nonpayment of taxes. On the negative side, his hockey player mindset does not translate well to the P.G.A. tour, especially when it comes to the championship favorite.

19. Pineapple Express (2008)

Director: David Gordon Green

Writer: Seth Rogen. Judd Apatow

Cast: James Franco, Seth Rogen, Danny McBride

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

After seeing his marijuana dealer’s boss kill a rival while attempting to serve papers on him, a process server and his marijuana dealer find themselves on the run from hitmen and a corrupt police officer. As Dale and Saul flee for their lives, they soon learn that they aren’t suffering from weed-induced paranoia: the bad guys are on their tail and attempting to find out how to murder them both as swiftly as possible. Onboard the Pineapple Express, everyone.

20. Scary Movie (2000)

Director: Keenen Ivory Wayans

Writer: Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans

Cast: Regina Hall, Anna Faris, Marlon Wayans

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

This movie starts by showing Drew Decker, a teen, is alone at home when she gets a phone call. The caller persists in trying to get her name, but she refuses. The caller then admits that he is staring at her. Cindy Campbell and Bobby Prinze were among a gang of adolescents that struck a guy while driving and disposed of his corpse, but they are now being pursued by a masked murderer. The death toll rises, and Cindy is forced to survive the horror she has seen in so many movies.

21. Borat (2020)

Director: Jason Woliner

Writer: Jena Friedman, Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines

Cast: Maria Bakalova, Sacha Baron Cohen, Rudy Giuliani

IMDb Rating: 6.7/10

Borat Sagdiyev, Kazakhstan’s sixth most famous guy and a renowned journalist is a TV reporter for a popular show. His government sent him to America to film a documentary about American society and culture. Unfortunately, Borat is obliged to follow his heart, so he goes on a once-in-a-lifetime road journey to sunny California to see the woman who permanently altered his life. Check the movie out to know what happens next.

22. Zoolander (2001)

Director: Ben Stiller

Writer: Drake Sather

Cast: Jerry Stiller, Ben Stiller, Will Ferrell

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

Derek Zoolander had won VH1’s Male Model of the Year award three times, but when Hansel wins instead, Zoolander’s world is turned upside down. His acquaintances leave him, his father is disappointed in him, and he believes he is no longer suitable as a model. In addition, Derek had been brainwashed into assassinating Malaysia’s Prime Minister, unknown to him. He meets Hansel, a former rival, and Matilda, a slandered reporter, along the road, and they finally save him from Mugatu.

23. Ghostbusters (1984)

Director: Ivan Reitman

Writer: Rick Moranis, Harold Ramis

Cast: Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Rick Moranis

IMDb Rating: 7.8/10

At Columbia University, Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, and Egon Spengler studied the paranormal and conducted several unethical experiments on their pupils. They discover that the structure has the potential to revive the ancient Hittite god Gozer and wipe humanity off the face of the earth. So who are you going to contact to put a stop to this awful world-ending threat?

24. Tropic Thunder (2008)

Director: Ben Stiller

Writer: Justin Theroux, Ben Stiller

Cast: Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Jack Black

IMDb Rating: 7/10

To create the war movie to end all war movies, Damien Cockburn assembles an A-list of prima donna actors—Tugg Speedman, Jeff Portnoy, and Kirk Lazarus—to adopt the genuine memoirs of the burned-out veteran “Four Leaf” Tayback into a Vietnam epic. Unfortunately, Cockburn is murdered by a landmine, and Speedman is abducted by violent drug lords fascinated with his flop “Simple Jack.” After that, the rest of the crew must come together to rescue Speedman, who believes they are a genuine army. Will they be able to transcend their differences and become a true military unit in order to rescue Speedman and win the best picture? Or will they have to deal with the fury of their flamboyant executive producer?

25. Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)

Director: Adam McKay

Writer: Adam McKay, Will Ferrell

Cast: John C. Reilly, Will Ferrell, Sacha Baron Cohen

IMDb Rating: 6.6/10

Will Ferrell stars in this comedy. There isn’t any suspense here. Ricky Bobby will bounce back, be somewhat humiliated, and emerge a better person as a result of it all. The film stars Ferrell as Ricky Bobby, a young guy who stumbles into a chance to drive in a race whose bravery propels him to the top of his sport and to the top of his smokin’ wife (Leslie Bibbs). After a possibly career-ending accident, he loses everything and is replaced at the top of NASCAR by a brazen, even more, reckless driver (Sacha Baron Cohen).

26. The Big Lebowski (1998)

Director: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen

Writer: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen

Cast: John Goodman, Jeff Bridges, Steve Buscemi

IMDb Rating: 8.1/10

When two thugs mistook “the man” Lebowski for a wealthy Lebowski, they urinate on his rug to get him to pay a debt he has no knowledge of. Lies lead to further difficulty, and it quickly appears as though everyone seeks something from The Dude, from porn empire tycoons to nihilists. What ensues is a quest filled with mystery, abduction, pornography, nihilists, White Russians, and more White Russians for the man and his bowling pals Walter and Donnie.

27. Dumb & Dumber (1994)

Director: Peter Farrelly

Writer: Bennett Yellin, Bobby Farrelly

Cast: Jeff Daniels, Jim Carrey, Lauren Holly

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

Harry and Lloyd are two excellent buddies who both happen to be idiots. The two embarked on a cross-country journey from Providence to Aspen, Colorado, in order to return a briefcase stuffed with cash to its rightful owner, a wonderful lady called Mary Swanson. Lloyd travels to Aspen, bringing Harry after him, to personally deliver the case to her. However, Mary isn’t the only one interested in the case; a couple of crooks are also interested.

28. Animal House (1978)

Director: John Landis

Writer: Harold Ramis, Douglas Kenney

Cast: Tim Matheson, John Belushi, Stephen Furst

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10

A frat house at Faber College is so dubious that it will take anyone. It also includes a second one consisting of white, anglo-Saxon, wealthy young men who are so sanctimonious that only Dean Wormer can tolerate them. Dean Vernon Wormer is hell-bent on expelling the Delta Tau Chi Fraternity as a whole, but the kids these days have other ideas. So do watch out for this movie and enjoy its various funny elements.

29. Beetlejuice (1988)

Director: Tim Burton

Writer: Larry Wilson

Cast: Geena Davis, Alec Baldwin, Jeffrey Jones

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10

Adam and Barbara are much like any other couple…except they’re dead. They have spent their valuable time decorating and personalizing their home, but a family is moving in. Unfortunately, it and not quietly. Their attempts attract Beetlejuice, a boisterous ghost whose “assistance” swiftly turns deadly for the Maitlands and Lydia. The souls of a departed couple are plagued by an unwelcome family who has moved into their home, and they employ a nasty ghost to evict them.

30. Friday (1995)

Director: F. Gary Gray

Writer: DJ Pooh, Ice Cube

Cast: Chris Tucker, Ice Cube, Nia Long

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

Craig Jones is unemployed today, having been dismissed the day before. This has caused conflict with Smokey’s supplier, Big Worm, who now demands payment, or his stuff be returned, or Smokey be killed. So between Thursday and Saturday, Craig must get his friend out of trouble, find a new job so his parents don’t evict him, avoid his girlfriend long enough to win the love of a new lady, and survive a climactic showdown with the neighborhood threat before the sun sets.

31.  School Of Rock (2003)

Director: Richard Linklater

Writer: Mike White

Cast: Joan Cusack, Jack Black, Mike White

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Guitarist Dewey Finn has to gather money to pay his rent and expenses after getting dismissed from his own rock band. When Ned Schneebly, his best friend and schoolteacher, is summoned to a temporary job at a posh private school. He discovers that they are excellent teenage musicians and decides to create a rock band with them in order to compete for a $10,000 prize in a local band contest. Dewey’s financial difficulties will be solved if he wins a tournament dubbed “Battle of the Bands.”

32. The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005)

Director: Judd Apatow

Writer: Steve Carell, Judd Apatow

Cast: Catherine Keener, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Andy, the stock supervisor at Smart Tech, is a kind person and a decent coworker. His coworkers David, Jay, and Cal invite him to a poker game one night, and when they discover Andy is a 40-year-old virgin at the end of the night, they decide to assist him in scoring. However, when he meets Trish, the divorced proprietor of the “We Sell Your Stuff on eBay” shop, they agree not to have sex until their 20th date. As a result of these circumstances, Andy finds himself in a lot of difficulties.

33. Hot Fuzz (2007)

Director: Edgar Wright

Writer: Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg

Cast: Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, Jim Broadbent

IMDb Rating: 7.8/10

Nicholas Angel is the best cop in London, with a 400 percent greater arrest rate than any other officer in the force. He’s so talented that he makes the rest of us seem awful. As a result, Angel’s bosses assign him to a position where his abilities are less humiliating. He discovers not only that the police force is far from perfect but that there is also very little policing to be done. There’s only the occasional drunk and a few boys with a can of spray paint to worry about.

34. The Jerk (1979)

Director: Carl Reiner

Writer: Carl Gottlieb, Steve Martin

Cast: Bernadette Peters, Steve Martin, Catlin Adams

IMDb Rating: 7.2/10

Navin is a complete moron. He grew up in Mississippi as the adopted son of a black family, but on his 18th birthday, he decides to go across the world and travels to St. Louis. Everyone takes advantage of his naivete till a simple innovation turns into a fortune. As a result, his initial stop in St. Louis will pave the path for notable accomplishments, delayed recognition, and, of course, love; but, the difference between success and failure may be razor-thin at times. Is Navin ever going to find his footing in the world?

35. Blazing Saddles (1974)

Director: Mel Brooks

Writer: Norman Steinberg, Mel Brooks

Cast: Gene Wilder, Cleavon Little, Slim Pickens

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

The World’s Greatest Western Parody. The train is blocked by a town where everyone seems to be called Johnson. Hedley Lemar, a politically connected tyrant, brings in his minions to render the village uninhabitable in order to seize their land. The governor tries to assist Hedley in his efforts to free himself of the residents by appointing black sheriff Bart to Rock Ridge. Hedley then unleashes “Teutonic Twit,” Lili von Shtupp, on Bart. Bart battles for his new town with the assistance of his sidekick, The Waco Kid. Politicians, on the other hand, fight back.

36. Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982)

Director: Amy Heckerling

Writer: Cameron Crowe

Cast: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Phoebe Cates, Sean Penn

IMDb Rating: 7.2/10

Based on Cameron Crowe’s real-life exploits, the film follows a group of high school kids growing up in southern California. Stacy Hamilton and Mark Ratner are seeking for a love relationship, and their elder classmates Linda Barrett and Mike Damone, respectively, are assisting them. Mr. Hand, Jeff Spicoli’s instructor, continues to be a source of amusement for him. Others are searching for love, sex, or simply having a good time, which they all manage to find, albeit in unexpected locations, for the most part.

37. National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983)

Director: Harold Ramis

Writer: John Hughes

Cast: Beverly D’Angelo, Chevy Chase, Imogene Coca

IMDb Rating: 7.4/10

The Griswold family, including father Clark W., wife Ellen, daughter Audrey, and son Rusty, set off in good spirits to drive cross-country from Chicago to a spectacular conclusion in Walley World on the West Coast. Unfortunately, from the time the first particle of sand enters, Clark’s meticulously planned journey gradually loses its smoothness. Clark’s thirst for adventure, however, is matched by his fumbling, resulting in a vacation his family will never forget.

38. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

Director: John Hughes

Writer: John Hughes

Cast: Alan Ruck, Matthew Broderick, Mia Sara

IMDb Rating: 7.8/10

Ferris Bueller, a high school student, wants a day off from school and has devised a very complex scheme to achieve his goal. He persuades his friend Cameron to drive his father’s expensive Ferrari into Chicago for the day, along with his girlfriend Sloane. Ed Rooney, the suspicious dean of students, knows everything there is to know about Ferris, yet he can never catch him. Ferris’ sister Jeanie is enraged that Ferris constantly gets away with his deceptions but she does not.

39. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)

Director: Trey Parker

Writer: Pam Brady, Matt Stone

Cast: Trey Parker, George Clooney, Matt Stone

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

Kyle’s mother, Sheila, is so upset by a movie that she forms an anti-Canada organization after being taken to the counselor’s office. After far too much discrimination, Canada is now at war with the United States. Sheila Broflovski is against Terrance and Phillip after discussing the swearing issue with Mr. Mackey, which leads to a huge crusade against Canadians for influencing youngsters. However, to avoid a catastrophic war between Saddam Hussein and Satan, who rules the world, the guys must go out.

40. Legally Blonde (2001)

Director: Robert Luketic

Writer: Kirsten Smith, Karen McCullah

Cast: Luke Wilson, Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair

IMDb Rating: 6.3/10

Elle Woods, a stylish sorority queen, has her lover leave her. She chooses to go to law school with him. While she’s there, she discovers that she’s more than just a pretty face. But there’s one thing that keeps Warner (Matthew Davis) from proposing to Elle: she’s too blonde. In Los Angeles, California, growing up across the street from Aaron Spelling may signify something, but it means nothing to Warner’s East-Coast blue blood family. So Elle needs to fight for her man, for herself, and for all the blondes who are subjected to indignities on a daily basis.

41.  Shaun Of The Dead (2004)

Director: Edgar Wright

Writer: Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg

Cast: Kate Ashfield, Simon Pegg, Lucy Davis

IMDb Rating: 7.9/10

Shaun (Simon Pegg) is having a bad day, so he tries to make things better by convincing his ex-girlfriend to accept him back, but he does it right in the midst of what might be a zombie apocalypse. But it’s a chance for him to demonstrate to everyone how helpful he is by rescuing them all. All he has to do now is survive and reclaim his ex. So Shaun sets out to save people he cares about as well as those he doesn’t and travels to Winchester.

42. Wet Hot American Summer (2001)

Director: David Wain

Writer: David Wain, Michael Showalter

Cast: David Hyde Pierce, Janeane Garofalo, Molly Shannon

IMDb Rating: 6.6/10

The year is 1981, and the location is Camp Firewood. It’s the last day before everyone returns to the real world, but there’s still unfinished business from the summer. Beth, the camp director, is at the heart of the action, struggling to maintain order while falling in love with the local astrophysics professor. He’s attempting to rescue the camp from a dangerous chunk of NASA’s Skylab that’s speeding toward the planet. A group of counselors tries to accomplish their unfinished work before the end of the day on the final day of camp in the scorching summer of 1981.

43. Wayne’s World (1992)

Director: Penelope Spheeris

Writer: Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner

Cast: Mike Myers, Tia Carrere, Dana Carvey

IMDb Rating: 7/10

Wayne is still living with his parents. He has a world-class collection of name tags from jobs he’s had, but he also hosts his own public access television program. So when a local station hires him and his sidekick, Garth, to perform their program professionally, Wayne and Garth discover that things have changed. The concert isn’t the same for Wayne and Garth, and Wayne intends to help Cassandra succeed in her profession.

44. Tommy Boy (1995)

Director: Peter Segal

Writer: Bonnie Turner, Fred Wolf

Cast: David Spade, Chris Farley, Bo Derek

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Tommy Callahan Jr. is a clumsy, slow-witted young man who just graduated from college after seven years of attendance. Big Tom Callahan, his father, runs an auto parts plant in Ohio. When Tommy returns home, he discovers that he has a job waiting for him at the factory. His father marries a lady who is attempting to extort money from him by seizing his stocks and putting his brake pad firm out of business.

45. Meet The Parents (2000)

Director: Jay Roach

Writer: Jim Herzfeld, John Hamburg

Cast: Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, Blythe Danner

IMDb Rating: 7/10

A Jewish male nurse intends to propose to his live-in girl buddy. He learns, however, that her strict father anticipates being asked for his daughter’s hand before she accepts. As the two go to see Mom and Dad, who turn out to be former CIA agents with a lie detector in the basement, the visit from Hell starts. A sister, coincidentally, has also announced her engagement to a young doctor. Of course, everything that may go wrong does, including Dad’s beloved Himalayan cat, Jinxie, going missing.

46. Billy Madison (1995)

Director: Tamra Davis

Writer: Tim Herlihy, Adam Sandler

Cast: Bradley Whitford, Adam Sandler, Josh Mostel

IMDb Rating: 6.4/10

Billy Madison (Adam Sandler) is a kid who was overlooked until he chose to retake classes 1 through 12. Billy has no choice but to do this since his father is retiring and believes that he is not yet responsible or mature enough to manage a Fortune 500 business. Billy wins the business and his father’s esteem after the competition. Billy, luckily, turns over the business to his father’s loyal colleague and chooses to attend college and become a teacher.

47. !Airplane (1980)

Director: Jim Abrahams, David Zucker

Writer: David Zucker, Arthur Hailey

Cast: Leslie Nielsen, Robert Hays, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

Ted Striker, an ex-Navy pilot, has been afraid to fly since THAT event during the war. Finally, he’s on a flight that should worry anyone: he seems to be the only rational person on board. Of course, on this flight, everything that could possibly go wrong will. Striker has no option but to face his inner demons and seize control of the ungovernable aircraft with the aid of his old commander, with the majority of the passengers and the whole flight crew down with the food-borne disease.

48. Wedding Crashers (2005)

Director: David Dobkin

Writer: Bob Fisher, Steve Faber

Cast: Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Christopher Walken

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

John and Jeremy, two buddies, crash weddings in order to pick up ladies. They show up for the wedding of the Treasury Secretary’s daughter, Secretary Cleary, one day. Claire has a boyfriend, a privileged hound, and John wants genuine romance with her. Can John persuade Jeremy to stay long enough for him to woo Claire, and can he tell her the truth about himself before someone else finds out? What if he makes a mistake?

49. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994)

Director: Tom Shadyac

Writer: Jack Bernstein, Jim Carrey

Cast: Sean Young, Jim Carrey, Courtney Cox

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

Our hero Ace Ventura (Jim Carrey) starts the film by saving a puppy from a furious guy, almost wrecking his vehicle in the act. To work as a Pet Detective, you must be familiar both with criminals and animals. However, Ace Ventura takes it a step further. He acts as though he is a criminal beast. Ace Ventura is assigned to the case after a football team’s mascot (a dolphin) is stolen shortly before the Superbowl. The Miami Dolphins’ missing mascot is being hunted for by a funny investigator who specializes in animals. Who would want to take a dolphin, and why would they do so?

50. Caddyshack (1980)

Director: Harold Ramis

Writer: Brian Doyle-Murray, Harold Ramis

Cast: Rodney Dangerfield, Chevy Chase, Ted Knight

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

There’s something fishy going on at the elite Bushwood Country Club, and it has something to do with the club’s conniving president, Judge Elihu Smails. An elite golf club has some amusing goings-on. All members are rich and eccentric, whereas the staff is impoverished and quirky to a lesser degree. ‘Danny,’ the primary character, is a caddy who will go to any length to earn money for college. Now that war has broken out; all bets are off. Will Danny be able to realize his dream? Is he aware that a subterranean danger threatens to jeopardize everyone’s plans?


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Joshua Garner

Joshua calls himself nerd+geek who is also passionate about football. He enjoys comics, animes, and science fiction. He finds his comfort in writing about suspense, thrillers and science fiction shows and movies.

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