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Best Comedy Movies of the 2000s

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'Big Actors, Little Movies'

Indie comedy movies starring big name actors. Ed Helms, Luke Wilson, Anna Faris, and John C. Reilly, are just a very few of the A-Listers that star in this collection of small gems - so go on and get discovering!

'Movies Like Hot Rod': Goofiest Modern Slapstick

These contemporary goofy slapsticks carry on Mo, Larry, and Curly's esteemed legacy of physical comedy, sight-gags, and potty humor. Who knew there were so many surfaces upon which a man could land spread-eagle?

'Stop Looking at me Swan!': Happy Madison Productions

Movies from before and after Adam Sandler got angry and sad, all from his pioneering studio 'Happy Madison Productions'. Because how else would Rob Schneider get work!

'Movies Like Anchorman': Morons, Morons, Morons Comedy

Modern comedies in the vein of Anchorman: highly entertaining characters with low IQs get themselves into a variety of scrapes, which they somehow always escape with the help of friends, luck, and their own native charm. Make sure to check out 'Alan Partridge' for the British Ron Burgundy!

'Movies Like Scott Pilgrim': Modern Cult Comedy

Oh you mean haven't heard of these obscure, hilarious comedies? Maybe you should just go check out one of our more mainstream lists...yeah, we think that would be best. I mean, have you even seen 'Billion Dollar Movie'?

'Movies like Pineapple Express': Chill with the Stoners

May the legacy of Cheech and Chong live long, with this collection of modern flicks that celebrate the stoner lifestyle. From 'Pineapple Express' to recent small-time crime flick 'Kid Cannibis', watch the many cinematic masterpieces marijuana has inspired.

'Movies Like The Hot Chick': Comedy in the Sandler School

How to define Sandler's unique comedic style? Goofy, warm, relatable, gruff? These films take the Sandman's aesthetic and run with it - for some similarly light-hearted and consistently entertaining results.

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