8 best comedies of 2022



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You know, there is always something to be said for a comfort watch. We don’t know what you’re in line with on a particularly hellish day—Bridgertonthe next season is still in a few months, unfortunately– but your Esquire friends love a good comedy or musical. Fortunately, after a year that saw the buzzing debut of West Side Story and Licorice Pizza, 2022 is shaping up to be a solid year for both genres.

The next list of movie musicals will start with Cyrano, which could well give Peter Dinklage his Oscar. On the comedy side, we get more Donkey and Sonic the hedgehog, which of course ! And later in the year, we’ll see Nic Cage’s greatest film of all time Nic Cage, in The unbearable weight of massive talents, the more the Bob’s burgers moviegoers were waiting. Here are the most anticipated comedies and musicals of 2022.

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Cyrano (January 28)

In Cyrano, a musical era drama, Peter Dinklage could finally add an Oscar to his already impressive trophy cabinet. We don’t miss this one, especially since the film enlisted Joe Wright for directing duties.

2

Jackass Forever (February 4)

Following Donkey? Sure why not. America deserves more bonks on the head. Hoping the title isn’t literal, and we’ll keep getting Donkeyes … forever.

3

Go Red (March 11)

Turn red looks like the most chaotic Pixar movie to date, which says a lot at this point. The film follows a little girl who turns into a red panda when she gets angry. Add the strategic deployment of “It’s Gonna Be Me” to the trailer and it looks like we’ve got one hell of a movie on our hands.

4

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (April 8)

Sonic the hedgehog is here. He is back. Yeah. Which might not mean anything to you. Or, it could mean everything. This could mean we’ll all be sent back to hell on April 8th. It’s up to everyone to guess. There is an echidna in this one, however.

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The unbearable weight of massive talents (April 22)

In The unbearable weight of massive talents, Nicolas Cage will play Nicolas Cage, who alone is worth the price of admission. Apparently, a millionaire will pay Cage to reprise his biggest roles, which is worth triple the price of admission.

6

Bob’s Burgers movie (May 27)

Rabid fans of Bob’s burgers have been waiting for a movie on the big screen for a long, long time. Bob’s Burgers movie will also serve as a musical, so you really get the best of both worlds here. Plus, there is still time to grow your mustache when it debuts.

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Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8)

Pretty much every superhero movie is a comedy these days, and Thor: Love and Thunder will be no exception. Taika Waititi will follow Thor: Ragnarok with a Marvel Cinematic Universe release that already looks twice as funny and strangely ’80s.

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Untitled “Mario” movie (December 21)

Herself, Chris Pratt! Mario, Luigi, Peach and Bowser will finally have another photo on the big screen. This time? The movie will be animated, and yes, Chris Pratt’s gruff vocal cords will try to twist into happy plumber’s screams. Don’t think about it too hard.

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