We all need a good laugh from time to time. It doesn’t only help us reduce our stress but also make our mood for the time ahead. A good comedy movie plays a nice role to make you laugh for an hour or two and leave a pleasurable remark on your mind for a long. In fact, watching this genre of movies is always good as irrespective of circumstances when you finish such a movie, you would feel freshen up. You will have a smile on your lips and you keep remembering those comedy scenes and laugh with your friends or alone. We have listed here such Hollywood comedy movies that will provide you a lot of belly laughs.
The Terminal is an American comedy-drama film produced and directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Stanley Tucci. This film is all about an Eastern European man who gets stuck in New York’s Kennedy Airport terminal where he is denied entry into the United States and is unable to return to his native country because of a military coup at the same time. Because of the coup, his passport and visa are worthless, his country no longer exists thereby he cannot step foot on the United States’ land and go back as well. Dixon the customs official (Stanley Tucci) tells him he is free to remain in the International Arrivals Lounge, but forbidden to step foot on American soil.
So, the all-fun dwells at the international airport where Viktor Navorski (Tom Hanks) tries to make room for him, help people, and find some job to make both ends meet. His naivety to assist people in all the ways he can, act to remain cool, and love people unconditionally help him make friends and win the heart of officials.
Literally, this is one of the most hilarious comedy movies of Tom Hank. The way he naturally played a high pitch comedy role will really make you laugh, hold your breath and make you curious about what will happen next. It has big laughs, but indeed it never seems Tom is making an effort for them. Moreover, this film does not have a highly acclaimed storyline, yet its linear funny drama will keep you glued till the end.
When New York editor Margaret faces deportation to Canada, she convinces her assistant Andrew to marry her in return for a promotion. When she does so, officials get suspicious and ask them questions after calling them separately. Both are given a month’s time to get married and furnish certificates. Henceforth, they go for a trip to his hometown as per the condition that Andrew put before Margaret. They don’t love each other, just pretend to show fake love. Margaret meets the Andrew family. They pretend to be a happy couple, fabricate stories to their first meet and first kiss. These all slowly turn into real love. Margaret is impressed with Andrew’s family and decided not to lie anymore to them. She reveals everything at her marriage ceremony and leaves back to her city. She is ready to accept her deportation to Canada instead of lying to Andrew’s Parents. Andrew and his family understand Margret’s true heart and decide to pursue Margret.
This is certainly an amazing romance comedy-drama where Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock along with others did mesmerizing acting. All the way, it’ll make you laugh until the end that is a bit emotional.
School of Rock
Dewey Finn, an amateur rock enthusiast who doesn’t have a job, takes up his friend’s job by posing as a substitute teacher. Bearing no qualification for that, He instead starts training students to form a music band. He recognizes the student’s talent in Music, assigns works to each of them (some of which to keep an eye on other teachers so as no one could know he is not a substitute teacher and training the students for music), and start teaching them for the music competition. One day Jack Black’s (Dewey Finn)’s secret is exposed and their dream to win the battle of bands vanishes, though children units again and they altogether rock in a grand music competition.
The way Jack Black (Dewey Finn) unites the students and forms a band with the fifth-grade students to win the upcoming Battle of the Bands is really funny and exciting. He lives in his friend’s room where he is not liked by his friend’s girlfriend. He deals with this friend’s girlfriend along with nuisance students in a hilarious way. Really, this is one of the best Hollywood comedy movies ever made.
When the UN undermines the atomic program of the Republic of Wadiya, the Dictator Hafez Aladeen (Sacha Baron Cohen) chooses to go to New York to give a speech in the assembly. However, his minister Tamir (Ben Kingsley) plots a plan to kill Aladeen and sign multimillionaire contracts with foreign oil organizations.
Tamir recruits the shooter Clayton (John C. Reilly) to kill Aladeen in the assembly speech, though Aladeen escapes without his long facial hair. Aladeen ineffectively attempts to arrive at the Lancaster Hotel and meet the owner of the store of natural products, Zoey (Anna Faris), who is protesting against the presence of Aladeen in the UN. She believes that he is Allison Burgers, a refugee from Wadiya, and brings Aladeen to her store to assist her in providing food. He remains with her while he foolishly attempts to discover a way to break into the hotel and meet with his companion Nadal (Jason Mantzoukas).
‘The Dictator’ is one of the funniest movies made in the years. Sacha Baron Cohen did the best acting of a tyrant. His every moves, every word, and act make the audience laugh. Also, its gripping story makes the audience curious about what would happen next. Ultimately, this is the movie that will make you have a belly laugh.