Some Comedy films

Another old film post from 2013 that no current followers appear to have seen. (Except Eddy) Unusually for me, this one is about comedy films.

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Some time ago, my friend Jim Medway (look him up, very talented cartoonist) asked if I was going to post some suggestions for comedy films that I would recommend. I had feared that someone would make that request, as Comedy is my least favourite genre, when it comes to films. It is not that I don’t find things funny, far from it; just not the sort of things that are commonly called ‘comedy’, by film-makers.

I could barely raise a chuckle at the big box-office successes starring the likes of Adam Sandler, Will Ferrell, or Steve Martin. It is also highly unlikely that I will ever want to watch a teenage ‘rom-com’, or one of the cruder attempts at being funny, that seem so popular in the multiplexes these days. I will confess that some parts of ‘There’s something about Mary’ made me laugh, but not enough to get it…

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13 thoughts on “Some Comedy films

  1. Oh well, la di da, la di da. I guess the only one of your favorites that I saw was Annie Hall, many times. Allen has several good comedys and Mel Brooks movies has me rolling in the aisles. I also like Coen brothers movies. On TV I subscribe to Brit Box so I can watch Fawlty Towers, Allo Allo, Are You Being Served etc.

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