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List Of 2007 Romantic Comedy Films

If Judd Apatow's brilliant 'Knocked Up' doesn't float your boat why not add a bit of sparkle to your life with 'Hairspray'! Doesn't feel like ten years ago does it!

List Of 2007 Comedy Films

US and UK came toe to toe in 2007 with their archetypal giant comedy movies. Superbad vs. Hot Fuzz. Which gets your vote?

Best Comedy Movies of the 2000s

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Seth Rogen Movies

While some of us might find the premise of him landing Katherine Heigl in 'Knocked Up' a little far-fetched, there is no denying Rogan's charm, whether he's playing a lovable pot-head broadcaster, lovable pot-head superhero, or lovable pot-head amateur pornstar.

'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!

Paul Rudd Movies

Although we'll always think of him as late-to-the-game 'Friends' newcomer "Mike", Paul Rudd's big-screen hits range from 90s teen-comedy 'Clueless', to absurdist David Wain cult favorite 'Wet Hot American Summer, and slapstick blockbuster 'Role Models'.

Judd Apatow Comedy

The most prominent comedy director and producer of our generation, Apatow is undisputed master of the lovable man-child genre, boasting such modern classics as 'Knocked Up', 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall', and 'The 40 Year Old Virgin'. Check out 'Celtic Pride' for one of his less well-known early works (although admittedly it may be less well-known for a reason).

Judd Apatow RomComs

Middle-aged losers scoring Mila Kunis level hotties - suspend your disbelief and enjoy the mismatched fun! From '40 Year Old Virgin' to 'Bridesmaids' Apatow throws in some romance to his usual blend of hilarity.

David Denby's Favorites of the Noughties

Noughties movies are now in that awkward space between current and classic, which just means they are more ripe for discussion. Enjoy this complete list of New Yorker film critic David Denby's favorite films of the decade past, ranging from the hilarious, to the harrowing, and the esoteric.

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