In this satire about capitalism drudgery, Ron Livingston stars as a corporate drone in a computer software company, and Jennifer Anniston as an unhappy waitress. With a mix of funny one-liners and sharp dialogue, this movie is a hilarious knockdown of workplace culture.
This movie managed to hit the bullseye and easily earned its place on any list of the funniest movies ever made. The performance of each star is memorable, and the dialog is superb. The movie does an excellent job of turning American Corporate life into a comedy and still leaving the audience with something to think about.
The Big Lebowski
Jeff Bridges is simply perfect as the laid-back protagonist in this Coen brothers' comedy. His character is known as "The Dude," who is mistaken for a millionaire with the same name; mishaps ensue as he gets caught up in a kidnapping ring. The film is edgy and creative, and the ensemble cast did well to create memorable characters.
Many might attribute the film's success to its pointed dialogue, but its life lessons about friendship are what make it so much more than a comedy. The movie was released more than 25 years ago and is as influential as it was back in its early days. It reminds me of the great things in Hollywood when there is no fear of crossing the lines.
Kevin Smith made this black and white film with only a little more than $28,000. Even though this motion picture is pretty raunchy, it's still highly relatable. The movie commenced Kevin Smith's signature of memorable films and is by far his best and most creative effort. It still has fans quoting, “I’m not even supposed to be here today.”
Initially, the movie was supposed to aim at youngsters who had just hit their twenties; however, it was more successful amongst adult viewers, which only made the movie more appreciated, successful, and eventually - making more money.
Back to the Future
In this sci-fi movie from the 80s, Marty McFly is a small-town teen who travels back in time using an eccentric scientist's machine. It soon goes awry as Marty has to make his parents fall in love, or he'll cease to exist. While also funny, this movie is about a thrilling time-traveling adventure with an incredible cast that includes Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, and Crispin Glover.
At first, the movie wasn't intended to be a comedy, it was supposed to be more of a science fiction story; however, the characters were so unique and comic, and eventually, what brought the movie so much success.
While there have been a lot of films carved out of sketches from "Saturday Night Live," only a few have managed to outlive the premise that worked for late-night TV. "Wayne's World" is a rare example of how well that can be done. In this oddball comedy, there's a feeling that the creators were willing to try just about anything to get a laugh, but luckily their success rate is exceptionally high.
It's been fondly regarded because of its endearing characters. Wayne and Garth are like two twelve-year-olds. At first, their scenes of humor may be seen as immature and pathetic, but later on, their geniuses are revealed.