20 Popular Comedy Movies 2010

The Bounty Hunter


This romantic comedy is about an ex NYPD officer Milo Boyd and his ex-wife Nicole Hurley who is an investigation reporter. Milo is investigating a murder case but finds out that the job is much harder than he thought. By the end of the story both man and woman fall once again in love with each other and the consequences lead both of them to prison. Suddenly both of them realize that it is their anniversary and the movie ends with a kiss.

Director: Andy Tennant

Writer: Sarah Thorp

Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Gerard Butler, Gio Perez

Hot Tub Time Machine

Hot Tub Time Machine

Hot tub Time Machine is a story of four disappointed friends who meet at a ski resort after many years. Adam Lou, Nick and Jacob are facing troubles in life and remember of the time which they once spent together in the same Jacuzzi. After a night party all four friends fall asleep in the same Jacuzzi and when they wake up in the morning, they find out that the time had slipped back to the 80′s. All the friends decide to live their lives at full in this second chance and promise not to make the same mistakes again. By the end of the movie they all find the success and the life they were looking for.

Director: Steve Pink

Written By: Josh Heald (screenplay), Sean Anders (screenplay)

Starring: John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson

She’s Out of My League

She's Out of My League

Kirk who is an airport security guard finds a girl Molly who is much more beautiful than the girls that normally go out with Kirk. So, Kirk is confused about why Molly is going out with him. On the other hand Molly is trying to find out the reason behind Kirk’s strange behavior. Though both of them want to take their relation to a further point but with their parents and Ex are watching both of them, it makes it a cute and romantic comedy.

Director: Jim Field Smith

Written By: Sean Anders, John Morris

Starring: Jay Baruchel, Alice Eve, T.J. Miller

Grown Ups

Grown Ups

Five former basketball teammates come together to mourn passing of their late coach. They come with their families to a lake house and decide to act like they used to be in their high school. Even though they are all grown-ups but in order to show to each other that none of them have lost their old charm, they act like high school boys.

Director: Dennis Dugan

Written By: Adam Sandler, Fred Wolf

Starring: Adam Sandler, Salma Hayek, Kevin James

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

Based on the comic book by Bryan Lee O’Malley, Scott Pilgrim who is a rock guitarist falls in love with a girl named Ramona. Scott wants to win this girl’s heart but her seven ex-boyfriends would crush any guy who comes near their girl. So, to win her heart Scott battles all the boyfriends and ultimately gets the girl of his dreams.

Director: Edgar Wright

Written By: Michael Bacall (screenplay), Edgar Wright (screenplay)

Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin

Kick Ass

Kick Ass

Based on Marl Miller’s comic book Kick ass, this movie features a teenage boy Dave of New York who wants to fight against the crime in his city. Though he has no superpowers but he is determined to fight crime. So, he makes a costume for him and names him Kickass and starts fighting crime. After becoming a local sensation kickass meets Hit-Girl and Big-Daddy, a father daughter team that also fights with a local mob leader Frank D’Amico. However, Frank finds out all these superheroes and tries to burn them alive on television. Saved by Hit-Girl on time Kickass returns with Hit-Girl to kill Frank and take revenge of Big-Daddy’s death.

Director: Matthew Vaughn

Written By: Jane Goldman (screenplay), Matthew Vaughn (screenplay)

Starring: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Nicolas Cage, Chloe Grace Moretz

How to Train Your Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon

Vikings are stubborn people with serious dragon issues. Normally people would run on seeing a dragon but Vikings fight with dragons to protect their land and animals. The son of Viking chief who is a skinny but intelligent kid hits the most furious dragon the Night Fury with the weapon he had developed. However he hides this thing from others and finds out some strange things about dragons. He becomes friendly with the dragon and ultimately finds out that dragons are not harmful to humans but there is something else that is compelling these dragons to steal from humans.

Directors: Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders

Written By: William Davies (screenplay), Dean DeBlois (screenplay)

Starring: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Christopher Mintz-Plasse

Due Date

Due Date

The warner Bros. movie about a road trip of a soon to be father Peter Highman and actor Ethan. Both of them share a cross-country road trip with a number of humorous incidents. The trip also tells them about their natures and how they can turn good or bad depending on the situations around them.

Director: Todd Phillips

Written By: Alan R. Cohen (screenplay), Alan Freedland (screenplay)

Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Zach Galifianakis, Michelle Monaghan

Shrek Forever After


Shrek is no more feared by people of the kingdom of Far Far Away. So, to regain his image of an ugly and fierce ogre, Shrek hires Rumpelstiltskin but Rumpelstiltskin changes his plans and makes a trip to an alternate universe Far Far Away where there is no Shrek. Thus Shrek once again fights Rumpelstiltskin to regain his status of the biggest ogre in the kingdom of Far Far Away.

Director: Mike Mitchell

Written By: William Steig (book), Josh Klausner

Starring: Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy

Knight and Day

Knight and Day

June who is going for her sister’s wedding meets Roy who is secret agent protecting a new source of energy from bad guys. Both of them come close to each other in an adventurous journey full of action and fights. However, June is not sure whether her protector is a good guy or a bad guy but still she falls in love with him.

Director: James Mangold

Writer: Patrick O’Neill

Starring: Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Peter Sarsgaard

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