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List Of 2009 Romantic Comedy Films

The end of the noughties produced some fantastic romcoms, none of which were particularly conventional, in a good way! We'd suggest '500 Days of Summer', 'I Can Do Bad All By Myself' and 'Away We Go'.

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 Ledge': Top Atheist Friendly Movies

Atheists are sure to appreciate these skeptical movies, some employing comedy to critique religion ('The Invention of Lying'), some getting straight to the polemics ('The Man from Earth').

'New York, New York': An Allen-Esque View of NYC

A bunch of 21st century, Allen-esque indies that follow neurotic, aimless, and verbose New Yorkers, as they chase love interests around the tree-lined streets of Brooklyn.

'Movies Like Juno': Best Modern Indie Comedy

Enjoy our collection of the best independent comedy movies from recent years, including 'Juno', 'Ghost World', and recent addition 'In a World...': the immensely talented Lake Bell's debut work!

Woody Allen Movies

Woody Allen's career has spanned more than 50 years, and produced such timeless classics as 'Annie Hall', 'Manhattan', and 'Sleeper'. Check out these and other nuerosis-tinged masterpieces with the great man's complete filmography.

Woody Allen Romance

If you haven't seen Allen's 1977 classic 'Annie Hall' you simply don't understand the heights the RomCom genre can reach. In fact, view this as less of a suggestion and more a command: go watch 'Annie Hall'.

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!

'Movies Like Something Borrowed': Where Romance Meets Comedy, Meets Drama

Drama, romance, and comedy. These films tick every box. Make sure to check out 'The Last Waltz' for Rogen laying every ounce of his relatable, gruff charm on the ever enchanting Michelle Williams.

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