The viewer has an acute and unmistakable response to comedy. If the audience is smiling and laughing, you probably made a funny movie. Comedy films have become well-known, and audiences reacted enthusiastically. Here is a list of some of the best comedy film-
Rian Johnson’s mega-hit “Knives Out” is one of the funniest murder-mysteries ever made. It is a brilliant piece particularly in a time when even the most star-studded comedies have to be disguised as something else in order to be released in theaters. The movie starts with Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc, a Southern-fried super detective who chews every last inch of the lavishly decorated scenery in the film as if leaving some on his plate would be impolite.
The Book Smart
Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut “Booksmart” is a hilarious love letter to smart people, bad high school memories, and one last night of hedonism. It’s the best modern mashup of “Superbad” and “Bridesmaids”. It is also a slew of other comedies about the glory and ugliness of close friendship.
Crazy Rich Asians
Despite the film’s glitzy nature and its unabashed rom-com sensibilities, “Crazy Rich Asians” goes to great lengths to send all of the characters. It included the villains, empathetic feeling. That might not seem like obvious comedic material, but it’s precisely this kind of risk that allowed Jon M. Chu’s smash hit to earn its laughs: nothing in the movie is cheap, including the comedy.
Greta Gerwig’s writing and directing debut “Lady Bird” has earned Oscar nominations. Moreover, the Irish actress Saoirse Ronan received her third Oscar nomination for her role as Christine “Lady Bird” Macpherson. The movie revolves around Christine, a culture vulture desperate to leave her Sacramento Catholic School. While scouting nearby schools, her irritated mother (Laurie Metcalf) drives the teenager nuts, and she jumps out of the moving car. Tracy Letts plays Lady Bird’s sad and adoring father, and Lucas Hedges and Timothee Chalamet play her difficult romantic entanglements.
The Big Sick
To adapt their harrowing true romance into a sharp and winsome comedy about a courtship. It starts with a cultural clash and ends with a coma. Emily Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani were nominated for Best Original Screenplay.