If you haven’t watched these funny movies, you totally should

Get ready to laugh, people.

What exactly is funny now might have been termed something different 2 decades ago. And that’s the thing about comedy films. You don’t know the humor of today might be the offence of tomorrow. So when you want to get down with truly great comedies, what do you turn to? Well, we got you covered.

Ranging from comedy mixed with romance, action, history, memorable slapstick, and screwballs, here are some of the funniest movies you should watch. So grab your popcorn and get watching.

The Spinal Tap

A mockumentary that follows a rock band named Spinal Tap. What makes it funny, you say? Well, everything. The filthiest music to the most quotable lines in film. Get the popcorn out and get cracking.

Meet the Parents

Ben Stiller, Robert de Niro are among the other cast members in this comedy. Stiller meets his girlfriend’s parents and Niro stars as the father, an ex CIA, heavily paranoid about Stiller that makes the comedy even more intense.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

A slapstick savaging of King Arthur and heavy gruesome violence does not undercut the internationally epic humour that comes with this movie. This 1975 classic is not to be missed.

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

What can you say about Sasha Cohen Baron that hasn’t already ben said? With Borat, Cohen launched himself and the kind of socio-political satirical humour to the pinnacle. It might alarm you at first but wait it out; you won’t be disappointed.


It is raucously hilarious with a full cast individually brining in their own energy and humor to the table. Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Maya Rudolph, Ellie Kemper are hilarious in their own aspect and the relationship between these women feel real.


Buddy, the elf raised in North Pole sets out and find his real dad. The movie is filled with hilarious moments and definitely delivers cornball sentiments but keeps you smiling throughout.

Shaun of the Dead

A comedy zombie flick? With Simon Pegg as the lead cast? Hell yes! Watch it for the thrill of a zombie infested community, stacked in between with laughter and humour and a lovely homage to Romero.

Knives Out

This will feel like a lot of famous celebs in a whodunit movie and watch them be as funny as they can. The cast keeps the humor at task and on point. Come for the stellar cast and stay for the flourishing comedy/mystery.


As a pursuing scholar, Sanjukta lives her days reading research papers and lifestyle articles. When she is not pursuing academics, being a noob at video games keep her busy. She believes in equality and a healthy mind over anything else. She doesn't mind having a day-old pizza as breakfast. A hardcore caffeine head.
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