As the year 2013 comes to a close, it is time to reflect on the best comedy movies that made us laugh. From raunchy comedies to heartwarming tales, there were several must-watch films that left audiences in stitches.
1. This Is The End
This apocalyptic comedy follows the lives of six Hollywood stars who are trapped in James Franco’s house when the world ends. As food and water run scarce, tensions mount between each character as they struggle with personal demons while trying to survive.
Packed with celebrity cameos and crude humor, this film provides endless laughs right up until its dramatic conclusion. It incorporates pop culture references and clever writing that makes it an enjoyable watch for people of all ages.
2. The Heat
The Heat introduces two completely different FBI agents who fight against crime in Boston’s underworld – one is a by-the-book police officer played by Sandra Bullock and another is a rough street cop played by Melissa McCarthy.
This movie showcases their both differences: from their wardrobe choices to investigative procedures; these only accentuate underlying themes of friendship, teamwork and gender differences.
With hard-hitting action scenes softened by comedic moments aplenty, this film truly hits all the right notes as far as entertaining viewers goes.
3. Identity Thief
Identity Thief tells a story of what happens when someone steals your identity – but instead of breaking laws or hacking bank accounts, she’s using your credit cards at shopping malls!
Jason Bateman plays Sandy Patterson opposite Melissa McCarthy portray the identities thief Diana Spoone throughout this wild ride filled with adventures ranging from car chases across multiple states & unintended hijinks at Florida-based grooming establishments among others making this worthy contender on everyone’s list for must-see comedies for adults alike!
4. The World’s End
In The World’s End we see five childhood friends back together after twenty years apart as they embark on an epic pub crawl in their hometown culminating in “The World’s End” pub. The friends soon find themselves fighting off an invasion by robotic alien beings who have taken over their town.
This hilarious, action-packed film mixes snappy dialogue with clever twists and turns to make it one of the funniest adventure comedies of 2013 that is worth watching again even if you already caught it!
5. We’re The Millers
We’re the Millers is a road trip comedy that follows David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) a small-time pot dealer, who is forced to smuggle drugs across the Mexican border. With no other options available David decides to create his own family as cover – hiring Rose O’ Reilly/ Sarah Jackson (Jennifer Aniston), Kenny Rossmore-Galdo (Will Poulter), and Casey Mathis (Emma Roberts) as part of his fake brood for this travel escapade.
Filled with outrageous antics and cringeworthy moments, We’re the Millers will leave audiences laughing uncontrollably until its blissful ending scene wraps in happiness & love besides all the problems that pile up along the unforgettable journey these misplaced homies take together while very much on-the-run.
6. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Better late than never – Ron Burgundy returns! With help from his news team including Brick Tamland (Steve Carell), Brian Fantana(Thandler) and Champ Kind(David Koechner)- they join him as he takes on cable network GNN after being fired from “the big leagues.”
Highly anticipated sequel served up delightful humor by undoubtedly one of America’s best-loved comedians Will Ferrell reprising his role playing everyone’s favorite clueless anchorman jousting at audience’s funny bones throughout their time spent at work i.e broadcasting news besides living life off-air too- quite incidentally leading them into a more insane direction altogether!
7. The Way, Way Back
The Way, Way Back follows shy and introverted 14 year old Duncan’s (Liam James) summer beach vacation with his mother Pam (Toni Collette), her boyfriend Trent (Steve Carell) along with a host of other adults.
Struggling to find his place within this new environment; Young Duncan strikes up an unlikely friendship with the water park manager Owen (Sam Rockwell), who serves as a much-needed father figure in his coming-of-age tale– which is also brimming with drama infused humor courtesy well-known industry veterans like writers Nat Faxon & Jim Rash!)
In conclusion, it’s safe to say that Comedy movies of 2013 were truly hilarious and epic – bringing out tears of laugher from audiences worldwide. They range from crude inappropriate humors to insightful social commentary – powered by brilliant writing, acting and directing paved way for these filmmaking masters proving their talents beyond doubt delivering masterful performances on screen making them classic films people still cherish today!
As the year 2013 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on some of the best comedy movies that made audiences laugh out loud. From raunchy comedies to heartwarming tales, there were several films that left viewers in stitches and glued to their screens for hours on end.
One movie that stands out is This Is The End. It is an apocalyptic comedy about six Hollywood stars who are trapped in James Franco’s house when the world ends. As these celebrities struggle with personal demons while trying to survive with limited food and water, tensions rise between each character, leading up to an exciting conclusion loaded with clever writing and pop culture references. This film will leave you laughing uncontrollably till its very end.
The Heat is another standout hit from 2013- it introduces us to two completely different FBI investigators – one who’s by-the-book played by Sandra Bullock and another rough street cop portrayed brilliantly by Melissa McCarthy. Both women come together in this action packed adventure-comedy as they take down boston’s underworld criminals amidst their differences ranging from wardrobes choices or investigative procedures – emphasizing underlying themes of friendship team work gender types hence making sure everyone has been entertained fairly!
Identity Thief tells a story like no other where someone steals your identity – imagine having your credit cards used at shopping malls without actually knowing anything about it? Jason Bateman plays Sandy Patterson opposite a convincing Melissa McCarthy who portrays Diana Spoone throughout this wild ride filled with adventures ranging from car chases across multiple states & unintentional hijinks at Florida-based grooming establishments among others making this worthy contender for anyone’s list if looking for must-see adult comedies alike!
Another notable mention goes towards The World’s End which follows five childhood friends back together after twenty years apart as they embark on an epic pub crawl in their hometown culminating at “The World’s End” pub only finding themselves fighting off robotic alien invaders hell bent on taking over their town. The movie offers the perfect mix of snappy dialogue with clever twists worth watching again even if you already caught it!
We’re The Millers is another 2013 comedy classic that follows David Clark (Jason Sudeikis), a small-time pot dealer who’s entrusted to smuggle drugs across the Mexican border to pay off his debt but David is forced to create his own family as he travels across country – hiring Rose O’Reilly/Sarah Jackson (Jennifer Aniston), Kenny Rossmore-Galdo(Will Poulter) and Casey Mathis(Emma Roberts) as part of this fake brood for this travel escapade loaded with outrageous antics & cringeworthy moments make sure audiences laughing uncontrollably until its final scene wraps up amidst happiness, love, and piles of problems encountered during their unforgettable journey together.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues marks Will Ferrell’s return once again bringing in Ron Burgundy along with veteran acting stars such as Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, and Christina Applegate underlining how well-made sequels can be if there’s enough comedy added at every curve thrown towards their way both at work and outside office leading them into more insane directions- altogether amassing some delightful humor throughout those gut-wrenching moments at every opportunity they get!
Lastly, we have a heartfelt coming-of-age tale called “The Way Way Back”: Unable to find comfort within his new environment while spending summer beach vacations with mother Pam(Toni Collette) alongside her boyfriend Trent(Steve Carell), introverted fourteen-year-old boy Duncan(Liam James) forms an unexpected bond of friendship with water park manager Owen(Sam Rockwell)- resulting in much-needed support while growing up apart from playful struggles among grown-ups surrounding him courtesy talented writer-director duo Nat Faxon & Jim Rash! These industry veterans manage social commentary infused within humorous situations making this underrated gem worth watching.
In conclusion, comedy movies from 2013 had one thing in common – the ability to make viewers laugh their hearts out while providing a solid storyline and memorable characters. From crude inappropriate humor to insightful social commentary powered by brilliant performers and masterful direction paved- these filmmakers proved that comedy genre films have a lot more depth than initially meets the eye. These classic films are still cherished by audiences worldwide making them must-watch gems even today!