(These are my favourite funny movies, but you may not share the same silly sense of humour as me. So just keep an open mind, ey? :))
9. Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Jasen Segel, Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis & Russell Brand star in this movie. I love Mila Kunis, and am actually a fan of Russell Brand (why has he got such a bad rep?). Hilarious, ridiculous & totally quotable.
Along the same lines as above, although this one is a bit more gross humour. It's still hilarious though, Steve Carell again is just so funny. This also stars Paul Rudd again, and Seth Rogen.
The oldest movie on the list, but so freaking funny. No gross or rude humour, this is more of a family friendly funny movie (aside from a scene or two). No silly jokes, just good old classic Jim Carrey.
Now I love The Inbetweeners tv show, it's not everyone's cup of tea, but it certainly is mine. It's one of my all time favourite tv shows. It's so ridiculously, but crazily relatable. I was expecting the movies to be, pretty bad if i'm honest. I wasn't expecting them to be funnier, or even as good as the show, but they totally were.
Looks like a classic chick flick, sort of is, but also sort of isn't. It's not too girly and romantic that guys wont want to watch it. Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph & Melissa McCarthy are amazing in it, and it's just so hilarious. It's been called the 'Anti Chick Flick' chick flick. You will not regret watching it.
I swear before 21 Jump Street, I'd never seen Channing Tatum in a comedy role, he pulls it off, so well. Jonah Hill has always been pretty funny, but alongside Tatum they just make an amazing duo. I'm ashamed to say, before I watched this, the only thing I knew about it was it used to be a tv show with Johnny Depp. It's so worth a watch. Both of them.
Oh my gosh. This movie. This is an amazing movie. It sounds like it would be a typical 'bromance' sort of film. Cringy, cheesy, but it's like the opposite. Ok, so it is about a bromance, but really it is not the sort of movie you'd expect it to be. It's really relatable, truthful and my ultimate favourite quotable movie. Paul Rudd is seriously hilarious, the best thing I've seen him in since Friends. (He's kind of, the same sort of character in this). Really, please, just go watch it.
(Ok, so really that was 12 movies, but who's counting?)