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'Movies Like The Truman Show': Meta-Movie-Movies

Frankly odd films within films in the vein of 'The Truman Show', featuring characters peeping over the fourth wall. But if you're observing them observing the fourth wall...that means we're are in some kind of severely screwed up polygonal room!

'Movies like This is the End': Apatow & Friends

Can't get enough of movies like '40 Year Old Virgin' and 'Knocked Up'? Then check out our list of movies directed by Judd Apatow, directors influenced by him, and films featuring his troupe of favorite actors: Rogen, Rudd, Cera, et al.

'Movies Like Midnight in Paris': Anderson-Esque Movies

Exhausted Wes Anderson's oeuvre, but love his distinctive style? Then check out this list of movies heavily influenced by his directorial style. Make sure to check out 'Eagle vs. Shark' starring Jemaine from 'Flight of the Concords'!

'Movies Like Big Fish': 21st Century Magical Realism

Like Gabriel Garcia Marquez? Check out this collection of movies that partake in an aesthetic of realism tinged with fantasy, including 'Life of Pi' and 'Beasts of the Southern Wild'. Worth checking out for the posters alone!

'The Laughter Dies': When the Frat Pack Gets Emotional

Some of modern comedy's best known comedic actors - including Ferrell, Rogen, Hill, and co. - try to take things a bit more seriously, with some powerful results, John C Reilly in "We Need to Talk About Kevin", Jonah Hill in "Wolf of Wall Street" and "Moneyball" or Steve Carrell in "Foxcatcher".

Modern Comedies of Neurosis

A trend that got rolling with the 'almost too neurotic to function' comedic maestro Woody Allen: enjoy watching these over-sensitive protagonists kvetch till they drop. Make sure to check out 'The Squid and the Whale' for some dysfunctional family fun!

Profoundly Odd Existential Comedies

In the vein of 'Being John Malkovich': these existential mind-boggling comedies will leave you in slightly confused hysterics, as you question life, reality, and your own sanity. Make sure to check out Terry Gilliam's 1985 classic 'Brazil' for a particularly silly treat!

'Bitterest of the Sweet': Best Modern Dramedy

For those not familiar with the term, this collection offers the very best dramatic comedy modern cinema has to offer: including Paul Giamatti in 'Sideways', Paul Giamatii in 'Win Win', Paul Giamatti in 'American Splendor'... wait a minute

Dustin Hoffman Drama

Dustin Hoffman was a major dramatic force from the 60s-80: starring in 'Rain Man', 'Marathon Man', and 'Kramer vs. Kramer'. Oh, not to mention he vicariously satisfied many the teenage fantasy in 1967 classic 'The Graduate'.

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