Top 5 best comedies of 2011

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Comedy movies are always welcome by the audiences of all age groups since this genre of movie entices the souls and tickle one’s funny bone. Below we present the list of 2011 best comedy movies released so far in this year.

The Dilemma

Starring: Vince Vaughn, Kevin James, Winona Ryder, Jennifer Connelly, Channing Tatum
Director: Ron Howard
Release Date: 14th January 2011

A guy (Vaughn) comes to know one fine day that his fast friend’s better half is having an affair. But the question comes up? Should he tell this to his friend? It’s a great comedy to watch.

The Dilemma

 

Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son

Starring: Martin Lawrence, Brandon T. Jackson, Max Casella
Director: John Whitesell
Release Date: 18th February 2011

The flick is the best comic caper. In this flick, Martin Lawrence comes back as an FBI agent. He goes undercover in a girl’s school by the time his 17 years old son witnesses a killing. What follows forms true comic situations.

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Take Me Home Tonight

Starring: Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Audrina Patridge, Dan Fogler
Director: Michael Dowse (It’s All Gone Pete Tong)
Release Date: 4th March 2011

This outing tells the adventures of the newest college graduate (Topher Grace), his twin sister (Anna Faris) and his best buddy (Dan Fogler). They make the plan as to what they have to do with their lives. A well executed joy ride.

Take Me Home Tonight

 

Bad Teacher

Starring: Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Lucy Punch, John Michael Higgins, Jason Segel
Director: Jake Kasdan
Release Date: 17th June 2011

This flick talks about a side-splitting, crude and money hungry teacher (Cameron Diaz, who after being kicked off by her sugar daddy, starts wooing her colleague (Justin Timberlake).

 

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Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

Starring: Nick Swardson, Christina Ricci, Stephen Dorff, Don Johnson, Pauly Shore
Director: Tom Brady (The Comebacks, The Hot Chick)
Release Date: 9th September 2011

This enterprise tells about a small town grocery bagger (Nick Swardson) who explores surprising fact that his conservative parents were once adult film stars. Being equipped with the belief that he has discovered his destiny, he packs bags and moves to LA.

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