A selection for those who are looking for a funny movie for a great evening in good company.
“Always Be My Maybe”
Ali Wong and Randall Park play Sasha and Marcus, who were best friends growing up. However, in adolescence, their paths diverged. Sasha became a successful chef, and Markus lived with his father, played in a band, and didn’t stress at all. 15 years later, the heroes meet when Sasha returns to his hometown. Of course, they will face a difficult path to reunification. The story of the two characters is charming, plus Keanu Reeves makes a cameo appearance.
“Dolemite Is My Name”
Eddie Murphy wanted to play the role of famous comedian Rudy Ray Moore for many years. The film chronicles Moore’s journey from music store employee to successful comedian and the filming of Dolemite is my name.
“The Edge of Seventeen”
The story of Nadine is a troubled teenager who can’t seem to make friends. One day, she finally has a friend Krista. Unfortunately, it soon turns out that Krista is only interested in dating Nadine’s older brother, whom she hates.
“Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga”
Even if you don’t watch Eurovision, it’s likely that this film with Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams can charm you. Actors sagarli as Lars and Sigrit, the Icelandic duo Fire Saga. Eccentric musicians get the opportunity to participate in Eurovision and go on an unusual journey.
A Coen brothers film about 1950s Hollywood. Tilda Swinton as gossip twins, George Clooney is kidnapped in ancient Roman attire, and Channing Tatum sings and dances. Also on the screen are Scarlett Johansson, Jonah Hill, and Alden Ehrenreich. It’s an exciting whirlwind of genres and stories with something for every viewer.
“Hunt For The Wilderpeople”
Adventures in the New Zealand wilderness show all the clichés of coming-of-age films. Rikii (Julian Dennison) is an absent-minded orphan bully. His stern adoptive father (Sam Neil) goes into the woods looking for the boy when he runs away. This is a touching comedy from Taika Waititi, filmed with great tenderness towards the main characters.
“Monty Python and the Holy Grail”
According to the story, King Arthur and his knights go in search of the Holy Grail. A non-standard version of the legend of King Arthur, where the heroes find themselves in ridiculous and absurd situations. Rarely does a comedy manage to survive so well that this film can be watched over and over again.
“Our Idiot Brother”
Paul Rudd plays the idiot brother Ned, who in turn invades the lives of his three sisters (Emily Mortimer, Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel). This movie might not be as funny if it wasn’t for Paul Rudd, who makes his character so funny and ridiculous.
Brennan (Will Ferrell) is 39 and Dale (John C. Reilly) is 40. They live with their single parents who provide them with full board all their lives. However, their parents decide to marry and now they are all under the same roof. Naturally, the overgrown sons are not satisfied with the new state of affairs and at first their fraternal relations do not add up.
“Yes, God, yes”
A funny indie comedy about a teenager named Alice (Natalia Dyer) who goes to Catholic school and goes to confession. One day, the girl starts a frank correspondence on the Internet, which leads to some physiological discoveries. Alice is going to a religious camp when someone spreads a rumor about her indecent behavior.