Here’s a look at the best comedy movies that hit screens before the coronavirus pandemic brought the world to a halt.
This charming Pixar animated feature film, directed by Dan Scanlon, tells the story of two elf brothers, Ian and Barley Lightfoot (Tom Holland and Chris Pratt), who embark on an extraordinary quest to find out if there is still a little magic. Like most Pixar movies, it’s a perfect combination of comedy and pathos.
Sonic the hedgehog
Based on the incredibly popular Sega video game character, Sonic the Hedgehog was a surprisingly warm and enjoyable film. Ben Schwartz voiced the title character while Jim Carrey was incredibly watchable as the villainous Doctor Robotnik. James Marsden, Tika Sumpter, Natasha Rothwell, Adam Pally and Neal McDonough played supporting roles.
Coffee and Kareem
Starring Ed Helms, Terrence Little Gardenhigh, Betty Gilpin, and Taraji P Henson, Coffee and Kareem discusses the relationship between Helms’ goofy cop James Coffee and Gardenhigh’s rude child Kareem Manning, whose mother Vanessa (Henson) layer with Coffee. Disturbed after witnessing their sex, Kareem decides to get help from drug dealers, but it all goes south very quickly as Coffee and Kareem are pursued by murderous criminals who have allies in the police.
HBO’s comedy-drama, starring Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney, is about a real embezzlement scandal in a school district. It is about the crimes of a famous school principal, Dr Frank A Tassone (Jackman) and his assistant Pamela Gluckin (Janney) and how they do their best to keep the scandal from happening. public. The film is downright hilarious and the two main actors deliver excellent performances.
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In this dark comedy, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Samara Weaving, the character of the first is forced to participate in an actual deathmatch in which he must defeat the deadliest opponent in the âgameâ – Weaving’s Nix.