24 best comedies of 2021



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In an age when we could all use a little kindness and healing, laughter is the best medicine. Song, in our opinion, is a close second. So, we give you a rundown of the best comedies and musicals on this year’s movie list. (Which, by the way, produced a lot of great movies.) And now that we’re nearing the end of the year, there are a handful of features that you can tweak tonight from the comfort of your own home, if you like. wish it. to wish. Comedic relief is just waiting behind the scenes – and it may or may not include Venom. I’m just saying.

TO To all the boys: always and forever burst your heart again? How about something that will make you cry with laughter, like Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar? Kristen Wiig improves everything. Jamie Dornan too. Trust us. If you’re a little harder to break through, the rest of this year’s slate has been pretty darn good. We have Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first film, Tic, Tic … Boom! Plus, a separate animated musical, created by Miranda, if that’s not enough LMM. Whatever you do, you’ll find something here with our list of the best comedies and musicals of 2021.

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Louis Wain’s electric life

If you don’t know the late great artist Louis Wain, now is the time to get acquainted. Louis Wain’s electric life tells the true story of the creator (played by Benedict Cumberbatch), whose psychedelic portraits of cats forever changed the public’s perception of felines. And no, we’re not making that up.

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Red Notice

A warning: this won’t be the first time you’ve seen Ryan Reynolds on this list, as the man continues to laugh between dead Pools. Red Notice, who follows a group of art thieves, is the escape action comedy we needed after this terrible year.

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Cinderella

You may have forgotten that we have yet another Cinderella resumed in 2021. If you are a fan of the classic tale and / or Camila Cabello, we do not recommend sleeping on this one.

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Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings

You know that most Marvel movies (except for the eternal) are mostly comedies, right? Fueled by a quip a minute by the ever great Awkwafina, Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings ranks among one of the funniest releases in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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The French dispatch

Sure, The French dispatch doesn’t quite hold up to the rest of Wes Anderson’s brilliant catalog. Still, any time spent with Bill Murray, Timothée Chalamet and Tilda Swinton is worth it.

Tic, Tic … Boom!

Tic, Tic … Boom!– which just happens to be Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut concert – is the heart-melting musical you’ve wanted all year. The film tells the true story of Jonathan Larson, the famous Broadway creator, To rent.

Red rocket

One of the best cinematic surprises of the year, Red rocket tells the story of an unlucky pornstar who returns to her hometown. The antics ensue. Plus, in what you can always expect from the work of Sean Baker (he previously directed The Florida project and Mandarin), a ton of heart.

Venom: let there be carnage

Venom? A comedy? Yeah. A dark (As, very dark) comedy, but still, Venom: let there be carnage was most definitely written to make you spit popcorn out of your mouth, while giggling. We will never tire of Eddie and Venom’s love story, which included the symbiote doing kindly breakfast for his host.

Dear Evan Hansen

Sure, Dear Evan Hansen wasn’t a perfect movie, and it didn’t quite hit the level of success it was aiming for. But we’re going to hang out with Amy Adams and sing a few tunes with Ben Platt any day.

Luca

Luca is the last entry of 2021 in the canon of sweet comedy. An animated film suitable for the whole family, Luca follows a boy of the same name on a Mediterranean adventure. There he meets Alberto, a new friend with whom he discovers a shocking surprise: when the two are in the water, they become mermaids. Newts? Merboys? No matter the term, the Sweet Friendship Movie is one of the lightest, friendliest movies of the year.

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Bad trip

Sure, Borat Post Moviefilm took some of the hype away from Eric Andre Bad trip in terms of being a unique comedy in a generation of the hidden camera variety. Still, it’s a mistake to sleep on it, which features the most chaotic first 30 minutes of a movie you’ll ever see.

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Thunder force

Ben Falcone is … well, that’s a taste. Whether you like his style or not, there’s one thing he can’t be blamed for: giving us Octavia Spencer and Melissa McCarthy in a superhero movie. Silly from start to finish, it’s nice to see two of the biggest movie stars of our time letting go and having fun doing something a little different than the character. And kick ass while they do.

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Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar

Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar, a delicious holiday comedy, deserved a theatrical outing summed up in this ideal place in early July. However, do not pass up the opportunity of almost two hours with Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo.

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To all the boys: always and forever

If you, reader, don’t have a soft spot for Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky in your beating little heart, then I don’t know what to say. The third part of the To all the boys The trilogy is as hilarious as it is heartwarming. Lara Jean and Peter also find their song! Let’s go. They find their song.

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Coming 2 America

Nothing like a brief 33 years between an original and a sequel, right? Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall have reunited on the big screen to Coming 2 America, which shows us what Prince Akeem Joffer has been up to all these years.

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I care a lot

I care a lot doesn’t particularly read like a comedy at first, but it’s dark and twisty because they come with a lot of comedic moments built into them. Rosamund Pike plays a perfect maniac whose sociopathic nature fuels his larger plan to swindle the elderly out of their fortunes. But she chooses the wrong target when she brings out of the darkness a woman who has ties to the Russian Mafia.

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free guy

Ryan Reynolds’ action comedy about a man caught in the throes of, you know, getting caught up in a video game universe he doesn’t control was originally supposed to have a 2020 release. He was trapped a bit. longer than expected, but in 2021 it is officially free guy. Thanks, we’re here all night.

Vivo

Who wants to see Lin-Manuel Miranda perform singing kinkajou? You want to see Lin-Manuel Miranda perform singing kinkajou. Vivo will see Miranda step into the animated film musical set with a soundtrack and a cast that includes – wait – Gloria Estefan.

In the heights

Lin Manuel Miranda first The massively successful musical is finally getting the cinematic treatment. Set in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood, the three-day Dominican-American community musical film due for release last year made its summer debut in June.

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Space Jam: a new legacy

Space Jam: a new legacy followed a similar format to the first, but instead of MJ, LeBron James stepped in to make his way into the world of Bugs Bunny and his friends.

Together together

We still don’t know how Together together-following a man who develops a relationship with a surrogate motherhas fallen under the radar, but the comedy-drama sees Ed Helms give his best performance in years.

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Jungle cruise

Don’t let anyone tell you that the age of The movie star is already well over, when we have Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt swirling around boats dressed in old-fashioned clothing under the Disney banner.

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Fortunately

Led by the always dry-minded Joel McHale, Fortunately tells the story of a (very) happy couple who find themselves envied by their friends. Then a corpse appears. It’s time to hit play.

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