Top 5 Comedy Movies

#5 – Major League (Available on Hulu, Vudu, Sling TV, Showtime, YouTube, and Google Play)

Major League is a Sports Comedy released in 1989. The Cleveland Indians baseball team has got a new owner, and she doesn’t like where the Indians are located. She tries to make the team as bad as possible to allow them to move to Florida, but it doesn’t work out. The team comes together to try and prove the owner wrong and makes history in the process. The movie received a 7.2/10 from 59,000 reviews on IMDb.

#4 – Caddyshack (Available on Vudu, Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, and Youtube)

Caddyshack is a Sports Comedy released in 1980. The Bushwood Country Club hired a new caddie so he can save enough money to go to college. A groundskeeper attempts to deal with an unwanted visitor and fails at his attempt. A popular golfer challenges a frequent flyer of the country club to a match to settle some outside business. The competition has an unusually large wager on the line, and the popular golfer attempts to get out of it. He is forced to forfeit or choose a substitute. He chooses a substitute, Danny. Danny is faced to tie or lose the last hole, and is up to putt. The putt misses, but the groundskeepers final attempt to remove the unwanted visitor rattles the ground to knock the ball in. The movie received a 7.3/10 from 100,000 reviews on IMDb.

#3 – The Hangover (Available on YouTube, Amazon, Vudu, iTunes, and Google Play)

The Hangover is a comedy released in 2009. A group of friends travel to Las Vegas and stay the night at Caesars Palace. The group celebrates with a few drinks on the rooftop and relax in their hotel. The next morning. they wake up with no memory of the night before. They lose one of their friends, find a tiger in their bathroom, a chicken in the living room, and a baby in the closet. The missing friends’ mattress is found impaled on a statue outside of the hotel, causing the friends to go on a wild goose chase to find their missing friend. After a while, they find their friend in the very place they left him. The movie received a 7.7/10 from 690,000 reviews on IMDb.

#2 – Tommy Boy (Available on YouTube, Amazon, Google Play, and Vudu)

Tommy Boy is a comedy released in 1995. Tommy’s father is an auto-parts tycoon and ends up passing away from a heart attack. The underachieving and overweight son teams up with derogatory accountant to try and save his fathers business. Complications from Tommy’s father’s marriage ends in Tommy receiving many controlling shares. After more and more romance issues, Tommy ends up being successful and saves his fathers business. The movie received a 7.1/10 from 73,000 reviews on IMDb.

#1 – Step Brothers (Available on Amazon, Vudu, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, and Netflix)

Step Brothers is a comedy released in 2008. A divorced mother of one and a widowed father of one fall in love, with both sons still living at home. The brothers despise each other for various reasons, and ends up with lots of child-like fights. The parents attempt to score the step-brothers jobs, but they are too immature to get one. Even when one of them lands a job, he gets fired shortly after. They start an entertainment company and present their first music video at the dad’s birthday party. The video shows the brothers crashing their father’s boat. This ends the relationship between the parents and the sons. The sons go their separate ways and become successful people with good jobs. They want to reunite the family, and one hosts a prestigious party for everyone. It works, and ends up being a family miracle. The movie received a 6.9/10 from 250,000 reviews on IMDb.

Each movies’ description adapted from each of the movies’ IMDb, Wikipedia, and Rotten Tomatoes page.

Featured image created myself.

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