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List of 2010 Comedy Films

Steve Carell and Tina Fey - adorkable - Need we say more? The best comedy movies that kicked off the new decade.

List of 2010 Family Films

Relive the hayday of mid-2000’s Disney pop royalty with the Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez, and Demi Lovato. “Toy Story 3” will also bring you back to your childhood, and it’s much more bittersweet than the turn of Hannah Montana into modern Miley Cyrus.

'Getting the Gang Back Together' Comedies

Modern comedies that reunite old buddies - usually from high school or college - for a last hurrah of drinking, debauchery, and poorly articulated platonic love.

Chris Rock Movies

Chris Rock is the Eddie Murphy of our generation (no offense Eddie - you're the Eddie Murphy of our generation too.) Whether he's playing a worn-out father, the new president of the United States, or an animated zebra, it's nigh on impossible to resist Rock's mischievous charm.

'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!

Adam Sandler Movies

This collection contains all things Sandler: from the touching drama 'Reign Over Me', to classic goof-fest 'Billy Madison'. So no matter what mood you're in you're bound to find something that fits. Except 'Jack and Jill'. Trust us, there's no mood for that.

Kevin James Comedy

Otherwise known as the King of Queens, Kevin James has become a fixture in the Sandler-esque comedy scene in recent years with films like 'Paul Blart' and 'Grown Ups'. Make sure to check out 'Here Comes the Boom' for a look at the big guy trying mean out.

David Spade Comedy

Some people find David Spade annoying, weedy, a smart-ass, high-pitched, aggravatingly short.. Wait we lost our train of thought. These are all movies David Spade is in.

'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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