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List Of 2009 Comedy Films

From the great Bollywood hit 'Three Idiots' to the hilarious blaxsploitation 'Black Dynamite'. If diversity is anything to go by, which of course it is, 2009 was a great year for comedy.

'Movies like The Hangover': Raunchiest Modern Comedy

Here it is folks, an admittedly somewhat subjective collection compiling the very raunchiest flicks from after the turn of the millennium. Whatever level of raunch dressing you're looking to put on your salad, you're guaranteed to find something to please here!

'Movies Like Idiocracy': Biting 21st Century Satirical Movies

What better way to enjoy comedy than at the expense of all of our lives and governments? This collection features the best political parodies and social satire out there, including Sacha Baron Cohen's 'The Dictator' and Hugh Grant in 'American Dreamz'!

'Movies Like 21 Jump Street': TV Comedies on the Big Screen

'Borat', '21 Jump Street', 'South Park' , some of Hollywood's funniest flicks find root in classic television shows. The UK has a long standing tradition of turning it's sitcoms into movies, including 'Alan Partridge' 'The Inbetweeners' and 'In the Loop'.

'Movies Like Hot Rod': Goofiest Modern Slapstick

These contemporary goofy slapsticks carry on Mo, Larry, and Curly's esteemed legacy of physical comedy, sight-gags, and potty humor. Who knew there were so many surfaces upon which a man could land spread-eagle?

Modern Spoofs That Don't Suck

Have you ever seen 'Meet the Spartans' or 'Epic Movie'? No? Count yourself lucky. The fact of the matter is most modern spoof movies are unbelievably shitty. Long gone are the days of 'Airplane' and 'Hot Shots'. However, we've collected the exceptions to the rule right here!

'Movies Like Bruno': Slapstick Character-Acts

Slapstick movies featuring comic actors playing over the top character-acts, such as Sacha Baron Cohen as 'Bruno', Mike Myers as 'Austin Powers', and David Spade as 'Joe Dirt' (which we hear will soon have a sequel). Comedy doesn't get goofier than this!

Sacha Baron Cohen Comedy

Otherwise known as "That guy who plays Ali G/ Borat/ Bruno. What's his name?". Thorny nomenclature aside, though, most would admit Cohen is one of the most talented satirists of our generation, using his absurd characters to expose equally absurd elements of American society. But what is he going to do now that everyone recognizes him? I guess it's time for a new character.

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