We know you have laughed your heart out watching some of the movies that arrived in cinemas near you over the past so many years. But have you ever tried to list down the best of them all? Okay, we here have a list of the 10 funniest films of all time
The Apartment (1960)
The film by Billy Wilder Films is a shimmering tale of no sex in the city and the film is funny and ultimately sophisticated. You wouldn’t be able to stop laughing as Jack Lemmon’s lonesome office drone watches life fly past him.
No other film had comedy in an art form as in Jacques Tati’s Playtime. The flick which is a modernist vision of Paris Life.
This is Spinal Tap (1984)
This laugh riot is Rob Reiner’s rock and roll excess. Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer perform well and eventually trigger laughter among the viewers.
Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
This Stanley Kubrick film still stays fresh in the public consciousness. The film much attributes to the genius of Kubrick and Peter Seller.
Some Like it Hot (1959)
The script of Wilder and IAL Diamond and the cast are what make the film funny. “Nobody’s perfect!” is the cheerful motto of Billy Wilder’s sublime cross-dressing caper, although as Suagar Kane Kowalczyk, Marilyn Monroe makes a strong case of opposition.
Groundhog Day (1993)
This Capra-esque concept spins off in some very unlikely directions in this Harold Ramis opus. Bill Murray’s jaded weatherman is trapped in the worst day of his life on a loop; laughter continues on and on.
Annie Hall (1977)
Woody Allen’s greatest Manhattan romance is hysterically, unstoppably funny. The zingers truly zing and the backchat between Allen and Diane Keaton is excellent.
Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949)
This British flick features a string of amazingly rendered comedies, including Robert Hamer’s deliciously tangy romp in which Dennis Price mass-murders his way to an inheritance.
Life of Brian (1979)
This movie proved that comedy can be even more powerful and threatening than drama. Monty Python’s hallucinatory satire of organized religion evoked protests.
This is one flick that made America laugh without a stop. A pitiless ‘mockumentary’ by Larry Charles is something you should never miss in some point of your flick-fascinated life.
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