Funny movies to watch:

A funny movie is a category film, Through amusement, these films are designed to make the audience laugh. In Funny movies the ending is happy. In various subgenres, Comedies have also been classified, like a romantic comedy, sports comedy, military comedy, social class comedy, fish-out-comedy, and gross-out comedy. There are also many different types, kinds, or forms of comedy, including Slapstick.

Features of comedy movies?

Uncomfortable and pratfalls situations and sometimes leans the opposite way to realism.

Meet the Parents (2000): To be stressful meetings your partner’s parents is bound, then most but Georg Focker has it worse. A former CIA agent with a suspicious nature turns out his potential father-in–law, at his disposal and a polygraph lie detector machine. Of an eventful visit over the course, As his intended looks on Fockers’s misfortune builds to a farcical crescendo.
Jay Roach director
Cast: Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller.

⦁ Mean Girls (2004):

From her parents in Africa to an American school when Cady moves from being homeschooled, she has a rude awakening. The girl clique The Plastics, confronted by the school’s hierarchy where popularity means everything. With zingers loaded with laugh-out-loud moments, the script, penned by Tina Fey, is filled. As well as a hefty dose of putdowns and comeuppances it’s a film that provides genuine insight and empathy.
Director: Mark Waters
Cast: Jonathan Bennett, Lindsay Lohan

⦁ Pulp Fiction (1994):

Of black humor running through them Perhaps only in the sense that from Reservoir Dogs to once upon a time in Hollywood, have a solid streak. Between characters disconnects “chat and their violent scenarios and whatever the genre or story. Use of Language playful, that’s largely down.
Director: Quentin TarantinoCast: Samuel L Jackson, John Travolta.

⦁ Hot Fuzz (2007):

Shaun of the Dead is a bigger Edgar Wright’s follow up, through a small town cop-movie clichés slightly less focused ramble, But it might be a better film, from Hammer horror to cozy ITV dramas benefiting from a script packed with smart one-liners and neat riffs. With Paddy Consider, Jim Broadbent, Martin Freeman, Olivia Colman, Edward Woodward, Bill Nighy, sports arguably the finest supporting cast ever assembled. Rory “The Hound” McCann, AND EVEN A MASKED CATE Blanchet.
Director: Edgar Wright
Cast: Martin Freeman, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

⦁ Safety Last:

To cultivate a likable boy next door persona, Always sporting round specs and straw boater, silent comedian Harold Lloyd’s shtick, in his best-known feature put his protagonist in hair-raising jeopardy. As publicity stunt backfires he plans to get an athletic acquaintance. An inconvenient clock faces in a beautiful contracted cue pesky pigeons.
Director: Fred C Newmeyer
Cast: Mildred Davis, Harold Lloyds.

⦁ The Graduate (1967):

In the pre-blockbuster days, it’s easy to forget that. Its one of the biggest box office smash of all time.
Direction: Mie Nichols
Cast: Anne Bancroft, Katherine Ross, Dustin Hoffman

⦁ The Cable Guy:

The Cable Guy film directed by Ben Stiller and starring Jim Carrey, Mathew Broderick, produced by Judd Apatow, Off a legendry lad comedy The Cable Guy has all the building.
Director: Ben Stiller
Cast: Leslie Mann, Jim Carrey, Matthew

⦁ Top Secret:

The WWII spy flick but keenly aware that Eager to parody, what Mel Brooks might think despite, All that funny the Nazis all that funny, Into the East Berlin to infiltrate the Russkies Abrahams and Zucker hit upon the notion of a dimwit American rock star sent.
Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker directors.
Cast: Omar Sharif, Billy J Mitchell, Val Kilmer

⦁ The Death of Stalin (2017):

How dark Armando Lannucci’s Stalinist stair is, First time round, we were too busy laughing to notice. Under our belts not to mention three more years of contemporary demagoguery. Than Animal House Nast it’s like animal Farm.
Director: Armando lannucci’s
Cast: Rupert Friend, Jeffery Tambour, Michael Palin, Steve Buscemi, Simon Russell Beale, Jason Isaacs.

⦁ Take the money and run:

It helps if you can convince if you try to rob a bank it help when you convince the bank you are robber. It is maybe best not to join a marching brass.
Director: Woody Allen
Cast: Woody Allen, Marcel Hillarie, woody Allen

⦁ Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure (1985):

With lower budgets, Tim Burton’s first might just be proof that the blockbuster visionary is better off. A solid collaborator so long he has. With an ultra meta spy spoof, kicking off with an iconic score from Danny Elman and culminating, Pee-Wee is pure joy.
Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Elizabeth Daily, Mark Holton, Paul Reuben’s.

⦁ Heaven Can wait (1943):

In front of him a satirical portrait of a womanizer who messes up the greater romance right, The screen’s most elegant visualization of hell this Technicolor delight from the legendary features: marble columns, By Laird Cregar’s suave Satan, presided over, to go down below or up above who decided whether new arrival Don.
Ernst Lubitsch Director
Cast: Don Ameche, Gene Tiernwy, Charles Coburn

⦁ GoodFellas (1990):

Henry Hill’s story would be impossibly bleak. Between breaking and building tension throughout, Joe Pesci’s zingers swing wildly. About Ray Liotta’s coke-fuelled haplessness the absurdity of the opulently tacky lifestyle is a riot.
Director: Martin Scorsese
Cast: Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro.

⦁ Bananas (1971):

Second feature movie sounds like a Seth Rogan stoner comedy the plot of Woody Allen’s: Of a south American revolution lazy guy stumbles into a job as a leader.
Director: Woody Allen
Cast: Louise Lasser, Carlos Montalban, Woody Allen

⦁ Wayne’s World (1992):

Of Mike Myers and Dana Carver’s cable-access SNL heroes perfectly Penelope Spheris captured the easygoing slacker rapport.
Penelope Spheris Director
Cast: Tia Carrere, Mike Myers, Dana Carvey.