I am a huge movie buff and have been in the mood to watch comedies over the past few months. There are three movies that I have seen lately that I feel everyone should see: Horrible Bosses, The Dilemma, and Little Fockers. All three of these movies have great casts who will keep you laughing through the entire movie. If you are looking for a great comedy that will keep you laughing from beginning to end, I recommend watching one of these three:
Horrible Bosses has a great cast with three hysterical actors: Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day, and Jason Bateman. All three of them are in a situation where they want to kill their boss. Kurt, played by Jason Sudeikis, had a great job with a boss he loved to work for. When he suddenly passes, the boss’s cocaine addict son steps in to take over and does a horrible job. Dale, played by Charlie Day, wants to kill his boss, played by Jennifer Aniston, because of her sexual advances towards him when she knows he is engaged. She blackmails him into sleeping with her and is faced with either cheating on his wife or getting rid of her. Nick is played by Jason Bateman and works very hard in the finance industry, always coming in early and staying late. He is expecting to be promoted when his heartless boss promotes himself to the position. He is an evil person that Nick knows he must take down to get the promotion that he deserves. This movie will keep you laughing from beginning to end!
The Dilemma stars two of the funniest guys in Hollywood: Vince Vaughn who plays Ronny and Kevin James who plays Nick. While Nick appears to have a great marriage with his wife, Ronny spots her with another guy and learns that she is having an affair. Ronny knows he must break the news to Nick and figures the best way to do so is by having proof. The ways he tries to get proof while hiding the truth from Nick are hysterical and will keep you on the edge of your seat!
Little Fockers is part of a series of movies that began with the hysterical Meet the Parents. With a hysterical cast including Robert De Niro (Jack Byrnes) and Ben Stiller (Greg Focker), the two are back at it again. A former CIA agent, Jack uses his knowledge to pry into Greg’s life to make sure he is raising his grandchildren in the manner he wants. A comical twist arises when Jack names Greg the “Godfocker” and he is given the duty of maintaining the family’s prestige. After a funny misunderstanding, Jack tries to get involved in Greg’s life where the movie takes another hysterical twist. This comedy will keep you laughing from beginning to end and is a must see for any Ben Stiller fans!