10 Best Comedy Movies Of The 2010s, Ranked According To IMDb

Kevin Smith’s sequel to the 1994 and 2006 films, Clerks III, is set to release on September 13 with the iconic team back together. Brothers, the first major studio film with an all-LGBTQ+ main cast, is also on the list of this year’s most anticipated comedy films. Comedy is a beloved genre for all the obvious reasons. Fortunately, the cinema has generated a lot of comedies of excellent quality.

The 2010s, with successful blockbusters like Jumanji,The hangover part II, 22 jump street, etc., was perhaps the best decade for comedy films. However, some comedies have had more critical than commercial success.


ten Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil (2010) – 7.5

Tucker & Dale Against Evil is an underrated black comedy. The story centers on two innocent hicks named Dale and Tucker, who are mistaken for killers by a group of distraught college students. The film’s limited release and low budget came before making it a big hit. However, Tucker & Dale Against Evil was well done in the eyes of detractors.

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The film has a new horror story with comedic undertones. Dark humor, belly laughs, social comedy and quirky deaths are all in proportion. Every laugh that comes out of the movie is genuine. It’s the perfect hillbilly survival horror.

9 Scott Pilgrim Against the World (2010) – 7.5

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Is a romantic action-comedy based on the graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim. The film features a unique plot about a lazy musician who battles seven mean ex-boyfriends of his girlfriend, Ramona Flowers, while trying to land a record deal. Chris Evans also makes a surprise appearance as one of the ex-boyfriends.

Several outrageous video game-style action scenes break up the experimental beats of the humorous romantic comedy. The absurdity of the settings and the sarcastic jokes provide humor – the strange story of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World also pokes fun at the hipster scene but is adored by hipsters.

8 What We Do in the Shadows (2015) – 7.6

The New Zealand horror-comedy mockumentary is the first installment of the What we do in the shadows franchise. Traditional supernatural creatures like vampires and werewolves serve as the story’s horror element. The plot revolves around four vampires – Viago, Vladislav, Deacon and Petyr live together and deal with the mundane of everyday existence.

The character swaps are entertaining. Amidst the chaos, jokes appear frequently and repeatedly that are hilarious. The special effects are also well done. What we do in the shadows can easily make everyone laugh.

seven 50/50 (2011) – 7.6

The dramatic comedy 50/50 is based on a true story and strikes a lighthearted tone as it tells the story of a guy who discovers he has cancer and his subsequent battle to beat it. Adam, a 27-year-old public radio journalist, is played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt in his most memorable role. The film turns a contentious subject into a hilarious act.

The story is as cheerful as it gets, especially given the subject matter. The film also emphasizes the value of men supporting each other through the character of Kyle, played by Seth Rogen. Both actors do fantastic acting. It’s humorous, uplifting, dramatic, heartbreaking and effervescent.

6 Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014) – 7.7

Birdman or (the unexpected virtue of ignorance) Won four Oscars, including Best Picture of the Year. Failed Hollywood actor tries to resurrect his career by creating, directing and starring in a Broadway musical in the history of black comedy-drama birdman.

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The film features many actors, but each brings their characters to life. The storyline is light, stimulating and at times deeply moving. Every conversation or monologue has an impact on the audience. The extraordinarily well done film birdman showcases Iárritu’s beautiful vision and directing prowess.

5 Silver Linings Playbook (2012) – 7.7

Silver Linings Playbook, starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, is based on the first book of the same name by Matthew Quick. Cooper portrays a bipolar man, Patrizio, released from a psychiatric hospital. Lawrence plays Tiffany Maxwell, a young widow who offers to help Patrizio win back his wife in exchange for competing with her in a dance contest.

It’s a quirky and humorous film telling the story of a strange relationship between two people who consider themselves crazy. The film can be called a romantic comedy, but it’s more than that. Silver Linings Playbook explores the bipolar lifestyle while emphasizing that everyone has flaws in one way or another.

4 Moonrise Kingdom (2012) – 7.8

An orphan boy flees a Boy Scout camp to find his love, a girl with aggressive tendencies, in the coming-of-age comedy-drama Moonrise Kingdom. The film takes place on the fictional island of New Penzance. The film’s original premise earned it an Academy Award nomination for Best Writing, Original Screenplay.

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Moonrise Kingdom was perhaps Wes Anderson’s funniest and most depressing film until 2012. Good pacing keeps the plot balanced. The characters in the film are still brutally, gloriously human, despite the bizarre situations they find themselves in. Everyone can enjoy this movie, even with family.

3 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – (2017) – 8.1

Three notice boards outside Ebbing It might not look like a comedy at first glance, but it’s a brilliant dark comedic drama. The film earned 5 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture of the Year. Leading actress Frances McDormand received the Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role.

The premise of the film is based on a murder case, which makes it a perfect watch for crime buffs. It explores mother’s grief, rage, retaliation and violence with relevant social commentary. The characters are depicted with authentic emotions and realism. The film masterfully crafts dark comedy to balance out its seemingly jarring tones. The one-liners will seduce the public.

2 The Grand Hotel Budapest (2014) – 8.1

The Grand Budapest Hotel, a 2014 comedy-drama, features a cast of seventeen actors. It centers on Gustave H., a hotel concierge, who is being chased by several bad guys for stealing a painting. In the film, Wes Anderson’s distinctive aesthetic really stands out. The film won four Academy Awards: for Production Design, Original Score, Makeup and Hairstyling, and Costume Design.

The Grand Budapest Hotel overflowing with happiness and positivity. It’s a treat for moviegoers looking for beautiful visuals. Due to the sheen it conveys, the film is difficult to define. It’s outrageous, humorous, violent and captivating. The fast-paced language and dark comedy will keep viewers captivated by the screen.

1 Wild Tales (2015) – 8.1

The black comedy anthology film in Spanish, wild tales, includes six short stories that examine the extremes of human conduct. Four of these tales have elements inspired by Szifron’s personal experiences. Each of them is a distinct explosive comedy about the theme of retribution.

Although satirical and dark, the comedy is explicitly hilarious in many situations. Audiences are stunned after each story by director Damian Szifron’s brilliant execution of all the absurd madness and shocking turns. It’s a hidden gem of a movie.

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