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List Of 2009 Films

Our mega-guide to 2009 cinema. The year that brought us the fantastic Star Trek remake, Tarantino's epic WW2 thriller 'Inglorious Basterds' and the becoming a cult classic 'The Hangover.'

List Of 2009 Drama Films

Some seriously heavy hitting dramas were released at this time. Our highlights would have to be 'A Prophet', 'Fish Tank' and 'Sin Nombre'.

List Of 2009 Comedy Films

From the great Bollywood hit 'Three Idiots' to the hilarious blaxsploitation 'Black Dynamite'. If diversity is anything to go by, which of course it is, 2009 was a great year for comedy.

Seth Rogen Movies

While some of us might find the premise of him landing Katherine Heigl in 'Knocked Up' a little far-fetched, there is no denying Rogan's charm, whether he's playing a lovable pot-head broadcaster, lovable pot-head superhero, or lovable pot-head amateur pornstar.

'From Stage to Screen': Stand Up Comedy Cinema

This group of films follows stand-up comedians in their struggles with hecklers, overly bright stage-lights, and crippling depression. Make sure to check out Jenny Slate in 'Obvious Child' for a fine example of mumblecore-lite.

Judd Apatow Comedy

The most prominent comedy director and producer of our generation, Apatow is undisputed master of the lovable man-child genre, boasting such modern classics as 'Knocked Up', 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall', and 'The 40 Year Old Virgin'. Check out 'Celtic Pride' for one of his less well-known early works (although admittedly it may be less well-known for a reason).

Judd Apatow RomComs

Middle-aged losers scoring Mila Kunis level hotties - suspend your disbelief and enjoy the mismatched fun! From '40 Year Old Virgin' to 'Bridesmaids' Apatow throws in some romance to his usual blend of hilarity.

'Movies like This is the End': Apatow & Friends

Can't get enough of movies like '40 Year Old Virgin' and 'Knocked Up'? Then check out our list of movies directed by Judd Apatow, directors influenced by him, and films featuring his troupe of favorite actors: Rogen, Rudd, Cera, et al.

'Movies Like Wedding Crashers': Modern Bromantic Comedy

Raunchy comedies in the vein of 'The Interview' and 'I Love You Man' celebrating the eternal, immutable, and solely platonic bond between two bros who can never quite bring themselves to utter the L word.

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