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Comedy Movies 2011 – Guide

Out: 8 April 2011
Director: Jason Winer
Starring: Russell Brand, Helen Mirren, Jennifer Garner, Greta Gerwig

A drunken playboy stands to lose a wealthy inheritance when he falls for a woman his family doesn’t like. Remake of the ’81 Dudley Moore getting-drunk comedy. Oddly Helen Mirren will be playing the John Gielgud role, as Arthur’s ‘butler’. The director’s best known for TV series ‘American Family’, the screenwriter wrote ‘Borat’/'Bruno’/'Alan Partridge’. Not sure Hollywood can do a comedy about a drunk any more, it’s too un-PC, hopefully it won’t spend half the movie apologising for it. [Critics: 26%] [Public: 5.7/10] = {Ranked: 8th Worst}

- MAY -

Hobo With A Shotgun
Starring: Rutger Hauer, Brian Downey, Gregory Smith
Director: Jason Eisener
Release Date: 6th May 2011

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A homeless man (Rutger Hauer) arrived in a crime-ridden city and turns vigilante, blowing away crooked cops, pedo’ Santas, and other scumbags with his trusty pump-action shotgun. Based on the winning fake trailer in the international contest to promote Grindhouse in 2007. Today, the actual trailer isn’t nearly as funny as the fake one, however this is sure to make for cult viewing. Can’t believe they actually made this movie. [Critics: 66%] [Public: 6.3/10] = {Ranked: 10th Best}

Out: 13 May 2011
Starring: Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy
Director: Paul Feig

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Two feuding bridesmaids (Kristen Wiig & Rose Byrne) battle over how to plan their friend’s wedding. Unlike ‘Bride Wars’, this isn’t sappy or girly girly. Reviews are enthusiastic, comparing it to a female The Hangover. Produced by Judd Apatow and directed by Paul Feig, who last worked together on ‘Freaks And Geeks’. Kristin Wiig is one of the best comedy actresses around, she co-wrote this, and it’s her highest profile movie role to date – which is a good thing. [Critics: 90%] [Public: 7.0] = {Ranked: 2nd Best}

The Hangover Part II
Out: 26 May 2011
Director: Todd Phillips
Starring: Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong

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The gang are heading to Thailand for dentist Stu’s wedding. It’s rumoured that the plot somehow involves his accidental involvement with a Thai ladyboy. The first movie deserved its success, working as both a laugh out loud comedy and fun, unpredictable mystery. In order to keep the original characters in this one (including the Korean gangster), and have the scenario repeat itself, expect unlikely coincidence to be pushed well beyond where it was in the first movie. [Critics: 35%] [Public: 6.6/10] = {Ranked: 13th Best}

- JUNE -

Starring: Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige, Sally Hawkins, Noah Taylor, Paddy Considine
Director: Richard Ayoade (TV’s The IT Crowd)
Release Date: 3rd June 2011

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[Critics: 87%] [Public: 7.3/10] = {Ranked: 5th Best}

Bad Teacher
Starring: Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Jason Segel, Lucy Punch
Director: Jake Kasdan
Release Date: 17th June 2011

Follows a hilarious foul-mouthed, money hungry teacher (Diaz) who, after being dumped by her sugar daddy, begins to woo a colleague (Timberlake) – a move that pits her against a well-loved teacher (Punch). Jason Segal plays Diaz’s roommate. Director Jake Kasdan has a pretty good track record of amusing, slightly subversive films – Zero Effect, Orange County, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. The problem will likely be Diaz who has to play an off the wall badgirl and carry a comedy movie, can you remember the last time she made you laugh out loud?
[Critics: 44%] [Public: 5.7/10] = {Ranked: 14th Best}

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  • Silver Bass said

    Are you kidding me ? where’s BRIDESMAIDS, BAD TEACHER, JUST GO WHITH IT, THE HANGOVER 2 ……

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  • ariel said

    Ohh i saw “Paul” yesterday, ha ha what a crazy funny movie, i almost pee on my pants, like he said: Dont call me ET..lolllll! :)

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  • AloneWithTony said

    Hangover Part 2 ;

    It had funny parts, nut it wasn’t anywhere near as funny as Part 1.

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  • walter said

    My Top 3

    Take me Home Tonight

    Hall Pass

    Hangover 2

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  • mao said

    guyzzzz! dont forget…RANGO!

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  • Kast0rian0s said

    Thnx +1 by kastoria, greece ;)

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  • Jombwe David said

    If only my voluptuous lady gave me a hall pass,I would get a lot of thingz done

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    • Sheridan Passell said

      Being single I have a Hall Pass every day, believe me it’s not as useful as it might appear.

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  • fisssh said

    Harold and kumar christmas will be nr 1

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  • Dylan said

    I’m gonna go with …

    “Project X” because I have to say I’m curious about it.

    Wanderlust, the full frontal promise got my attention, plus I really like Paul Rudd.

    and Take Me Home Tonight, I watched it the other day and it was awesome :)

    Shoo-ins I will mos def be watching are The Hangover 2 (duh!) and Crazy, Stupid Love… LOVE me sum Ryan Gosling.

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  • bocs 101 said

    big mommas like father like son seems really funny
    and i watched your highness its so funny you will be falling of your chair when you watch it the hangover 2 seems like crap

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  • Sophia Athy said

    Liked most movies on here :) x

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  • Suma Winter said

    I think one of my favourites is probably Bad Teaacher, GOTTA WATCH IT

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  • Hugh said

    i dont know where everyones heads are at but Skank Robbers is gonna be the f*kin shiiiiiiiiiiit. instant classic

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  • emily said

    what is Attack The Block about sorry , i dont have cable and i’ve never seen previews of any of these movies lol

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    • Sheridan Passell said

      It’s a sci-fi comedy horror, set in a British council estate where aliens have landed and a local ‘gang’ of youths have to fend them off. It’s had great reviews.

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  • Me said

    Everything Must Go classified as a comedy????? Come on … :X

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