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Comedy Movies of 2011 - Only Best Pictures
In spite of boring daily routine this year can be still referred to a funny one, at least because it is full of really funny films. True fans of a comedy genre will be pleased by any comedy movie released this year, however there are the most anticipated comedies of 2011.
If you really like funny films about aliens and consider My Mother is an Alien and Men in Black to be classy, then hopefully Paul comedy by Greg Motolla will also hit your list of the best comedies of 2011. What a fun is without a real hangover party with Todd Phillips being an expert of the latter. The Hangover 2 is one of the most sought-after comedies of this year due to its terrific popular prequel two years ago. Cameron Diaz as a bad teacher, Jesse Eisenberg as a pizza boy turning into a bank robber and gorgeous Jennifer Aniston as a part of a hippie commune – doesn't it sound intriguing? So, be ready to find all the above-mentioned picture's reviews and many more in the following list of best comedy movies of 2011:
The Dilemma (14th January 2011)
Would you tell your friend that his wife is having an affair? It's a real dilemma, isn't it? This is actually the issue the film deals with. This is a comedy with not a comic story inside. Two perfect couples, two best friends but an extra guy putting the moves on one of the wives. Whether Vince Vaughn decides to tell the truth to his friend Kevin James or not you should better find an answer yourself. And if you admire Winona Ryder's acting talent, this will be another cause to opt for this comedy.
Hall Pass (25th February 2011)
When your marriage is going down the drain, give your spouse a one-week vacation, that is a "Hall pass". According to the movie, it's a good practice. This is the time what many men are dreaming about: do whatever you want, no questions asked, no telling-off at all! It sounds like a wow time. But there is one thing that can spoil the entire enjoyment: that fact that your wife is having a hall pass too. Though without a very strong cast (Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate) this comedy is funny to watch.
Paul (18th March 2011)
Though the alien subject seems to be as old as time, but Greg Mottola managed to give it a fresh look. Paul, an alien, makes friends with two nerds being obsessed with anything referring to alien life. Two friends had to change their plans of going sightseeing and rescue Paul instead, but they were not sad after all. Having overcome many challenges, they still found this event brought them unforgettable fun and enjoyment. Be ready for a fascinating adventure with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in Paul comedy.
Your Highness (8th April 2011)
Let's go back from modern world into the time of brave knights, malicious dragons and quests full of danger. But as it usually happens, there is always a failure younger brother alongside a handsome courageous knight. So, Danny McBride and James Franco make an incompatible team to save kidnapped princes Zooey Deschanel. The unlucky rescuers were later saved by Natalie Portman, a warrior, who will certainly amaze you by her martial art talents. It's a 100% comedy with a lot of funny dialogs, grotesque characters and unexpected turns of events.
Rio (15th April 2011)
Are you ready for a dance party? You should be if you pick up Rio comedy to watch. Amazingly bright musical cartoon from Blue Sky Studios make you stick to the screen with foot tapping songs, colorful birds, amazing atmosphere of carnival, humor and two parallel romantic storylines involving birds and people. The voicing cast can't be better with Jesse Eisenberg for Blu and Anne Hathaway for Jewel. Just give it a challenge and have some fun with your kids.
The Hangover 2 (26th May 2011)
If there is the most anticipated comedy of 2011, it should be The Hangover 2. Once the prequel was released, the fans of it counted days to see what is going to be next. As with most of hangover parties, they used to end up with weddings and this one hopefully will have the same finale. The whole gang head to Thailand for Stu's wedding, but it would be a mistake to think they will be good boys. Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha team up for more funny adventures.
Kung Fu Panda 2 (26th May 2011)
Kung Fu Panda is one of few animated movies where comedy is so naturally interwoven with deep philosophy, that is why this cartoon won the hearts of a kid as well as an adult audience. So, DreamWorks Studios had double responsibility to meet the expectations of both. And they did it! This time Po is going to find an inner peace to defeat a very strong rival, a mighty peacock Lord Shen. Even though the prophecy was on Po's side, it's nice to see how he managed to get it.
Bad Teacher (17th June 2011)
If you don't know yet what a bad teacher should be, then Cameron Diaz is here to show you. It's a dilemma to choose what is better here: a script or a casting. This is quite an unexpected move from Jake Kasdan, who has a knack for producing subversive yet entertaining films. Diaz, being not only a bad but a money-hunger teacher, woos her colleague Justin Timberlake and makes enemies with Lucy Punch, a good teacher. A wow scene here is Cameron Diaz washing the car: it's jaw-dropping, worth-seeing and money-making.
Cars 2 (24th June 2011)
Do you hunger for speed? If there is the most speedy animated movie there is definitely Cars. After a huge success of the first part, Pixar took a short break to get the inspiration for the second one. Viola, we get a speedy racing seasoned with the international espionage. While Lightning McQueen competes to promote biofuel, a group of lemon cars make utmost to save their profits from oil production. Hey, is this a racing or a battle for power? The answer on this question you will find after watching this comedy.
Horrible Bosses (8th July 2011)
Have you ever had a horrible boss you would like to kill? If they were Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey and Colin Farrell, you would probably do! Three friends (Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis) are suffering from their bosses' bullying and decide to cooperate to murder them and get happiness. They need a plan for each boss, so they ask Dean "Mutherfucker" Jones (Jamie Foxx) for an advice. Being not the first Hollywood comedy dealing with 'let kill them all' issue, this, however, can boast a superstar cast.