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'Movies Like Laggies': Awkward Girl RomCom

As pioneered by the likes of Tina Fey, Kristen Wiig, and Aubrey Plaza: indie RomComs featuring awkward women bumbling their way into the skinny arms of their hipster beaus. Make sure to check out 'Laggies' for a career-changing performance from Kiera Knightley!

The Golden Age of Female Comedy

Long gone are the days of female comedians being confined to schmaltzy RomComs and demure supporting roles. With the rise of no-holds-barred actresses like Tina Fey, Amy Schumer, Kristen Wiig, and Melissa McCarthy nobody can deny we are living in the golden age of female comedy!

Meet the Duplass Brothers

The best movies produced or directed by the inimitable Duplass brothers, Mark and Jay.

'Movies like Scott Pilgrim': Sci-Fi for if You're High

Only the quirkiest, weirdest, and off-beatest (?) modern sci-fi comedies made it on to this list, including 'Scott Pilgrim', 'The FP', and hidden-gem 'John Dies at the End'.

'Movies Like Moonrise Kingdom': Recent Feel-Good Indie

Recent indie movies guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face. Yes, don't worry we have Boyhood!

'Movies Like Juno': Best Modern Indie Comedy

Enjoy our collection of the best independent comedy movies from recent years, including 'Juno', 'Ghost World', and recent addition 'In a World...': the immensely talented Lake Bell's debut work!

'Movies Like Silver Linings Playbook': Modern Offbeat RomComs

For those sick of love according to Hollywood, this collection contains the best romantic comedies featuring mentally ill beaus, forlorn hipsters, and vengeful ex-girlfriends with an excellent sense for logistics and no regard for the law. Enjoy!

Best Comedy Movies 2012

2012 was another year of star-crossed lovers, from Sam and Suzy in “Moonrise Kingdom” to the forbidden toners in “Pitch Perfect.” If you can’t find your not-so-perfect match, try inventing her a la “Ruby Sparks” or just stick with your hubby (“This is 40”)

Best Indie Comedies

Feeling "Dazed and Confused" about the fact that we don’t actually have “500 Days of Summer”? Let Ellen Page and Michael Cera turn that frown upside down.

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