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    10 Hilarious Comedy Movies That Are Must Watch For Everybody

    If you’re looking for a good laugh, look no further than some of the most unorthodox comedy movies around.

    Whether it’s a movie about a mentally challenged man who is a dictator of a country or a film about two misfit friends who form their own sketch comedy troupe, these films will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. So, check them out and enjoy some laughs that don’t quite fit into the traditional mold!

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    10 Unorthodox Comedy Movies You Must Watch

    10. The Dictator

    The Dictator
    The Dictator

    Since the age of six, when his father was murdered in a hunting accident by 97 stray bullets and a hand grenade, Gen. Aladeen (Sacha Baron Cohen) has controlled the oil-rich North African kingdom of Wadiya. He is now played by Sacha Baron Cohen.

    Aladeen’s uncle and most trusted advisor, Tamir (Ben Kingsley), tries to persuade Aladeen to travel to New York after an assassination attempt claims the life of yet another body-double. Unfortunately for Aladeen, the Wadiyans who have fled the nation under his oppressive reign do not welcome him with open arms. They want their homeland to be freed from his control.

    9. The Interview

    The Interview
    The Interview

    The prominent tabloid-TV show ‘Skylark Tonight’ is produced by Dave Skylark (James Franco) and Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen).

    To establish their credentials as legitimate reporters, they arrange an interview with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (Randall Park), who is a big fan of the show.

    Even as Dave and Aaron were ready to travel to Pyongyang, the CIA steps in to enlist them and give them an amazing mission to kill Kim Jong Un.

    8. About Last Night

    About Last Night
    About Last Night

    Danny (Michael Ealy) is out with his loudmouthed friend Bernie (Kevin Hart) when he meets accomplished businesswoman Debbie (Joy Bryant). Debbie is as wary of relationships as Danny is, and the two strike up a conversation.

    On the other hand, Danny and Debbie cannot deny the pull of their growing attraction to one another, and as a result, they decide to spend the first of many nights together. In spite of the advice given to them by Bernie and Debbie’s best friend Joan (Regina Hall), the two continue to work hard at making their relationship work. In the meantime, Bernie and Joan are beginning to encounter their own unique chemistry.

    7. Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay

    Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay
    Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay

    The high-flying stoners, played by Kal Penn and John Cho, end up in jail on accusations of terrorism after they try to smuggle a bong onto a flight to Amsterdam. They are charged with the act of terrorism.

    After pulling off an incredible breakout, Harold and Kumar make their way to Texas by way of Florida in the hopes of persuading Harold’s influential buddy, Eric Winter, to assist them in finding a way out of the trouble they are now in.

    The issue is that Harold’s friend is getting married to Kumar’s ex-lover, and this is a problem.

    6. Dirty Grandpa

    Dirty Grandpa
    Dirty Grandpa

    An uptight attorney named Jason Kelly, played by Zac Efron, is about to get married to his boss’s domineering daughter, which would place him on the fast track to a partnership at his company. The wedding is in one week.

    After being duped by his foul-mouthed grandpa Dick, played by Robert De Niro, Jason finds himself in the position of driving Dick to Daytona Beach, Florida, for a wild spring break that includes frat parties, bar fights, and an unforgettable night of karaoke.

    Dick is making an effort to teach his grandson how to enjoy life to the fullest while Jason is preoccupied with his forthcoming wedding.

    5. Little Man

    Little Man
    Little Man

    After being released from prison, the petty criminal and dwarf Calvin Sims teams up with his idiot brother Percy to rob a costly and large diamond belonging to the gangster Walken.

    They are being pursued by the police, and Calvin conceals the stone in the handbag of executive Vanessa Edwards, whose husband Darryl Edwards desires for them to start a family as soon as possible.

    In order to go inside the Edwards’ home and collect the diamond, Percy persuades Calvin to disguise up as a baby and wait in front of it while he goes inside.

    While Darryl and Vanessa take care of Calvin for the weekend and make the decision to adopt him, Walken makes a threat to Darryl about retrieving the stone.

    4. The Late Bloomer

    The Late Bloomer
    The Late Bloomer

    Following the excision of a benign brain tumor, Johnny Simmons, a thirty-year-old sex therapist who has never gone through puberty, finds that his life is flipped upside down as he is pushed into a maelstrom of physical and emotional transformations.

    All the while, he is trying his hardest to win over the girl who lives next door. Adapted from Ken Baker’s memoir titled ‘Man Made: A Memoir of My Body’.

    3. Death At A Funeral

    Death At A Funeral
    Death At A Funeral

    The burial for Aaron’s father is today at the family house, and everything goes wrong: the funeral home delivers the incorrect body; a cousin gives her fiancé a Valium from her brother’s apartment, not knowing that her brother is trafficking drugs; the fiancé comes at the funeral outrageously stoned; Aaron’s younger brother, Ryan, a renowned writer, flies in from New York poor but arrogant; one uncle is unhappy about his daughter’s choice of partners, while the other

    Add in an ovulating wife, an ex-boyfriend who is envious, and a short stranger who wants to speak with Aaron, and you have a recipe for the comedy.

    2. We’re The Millers

    We're The Millers
    We’re The Millers

    David, a low-level marijuana dealer played by Jason Sudeikis, finds out the hard way that there is no such thing as an unpunished good act when, in an effort to assist some young people, he is attacked by thugs and robbed of both his cash and his stash.

    Now, David owes a significant amount of money to his source, and in order to clear his name, he needs to travel to Mexico to retrieve the guy’s most recent shipment.

    Dave comes up with a strategy that would ensure the success of his mission. He stuffs a fictitious family into a massive RV and drives it south of the border for a rowdy weekend that is certain to culminate in an explosion.

    1. Rush Hour

    Rush Hour
    Rush Hour

    Detective Inspector Lee, a Hong Kong detective, and Detective James Carter, FBI, a big-mouthed work-alone Los Angeles officer, who are from opposite worlds, realize that they have one thing in common: they can’t stand one other. This leads to a collision of cultures and a flare-up of tempers.

    Because time is running out, they have no choice but to work together in order to apprehend the perpetrators and rescue the eleven-year-old Chinese girl who is the daughter of the Chinese consul called Soo Yung.

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    Abhishek Kumar Nath
    Abhishek Kumar Nath
    Hi, I'm Abhishek, and I am an aspiring writer with a passion for words. I love writing and have a knack for finding the right words to fit any given situation. I enjoy writing in all sorts of genres, but my favorites are sports and Entertainment.

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