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10. The Dictator (2012)
It is directed by Larry Charles, inspired by the Absurd dictatorship that defined the modern era of politics. Discovering the most charming and handsome dictator ever famous across an entire generation raised to believe that he is the greatest man on earth, a dictator faces reality when thrown into ordinary life. Learning in hilarious situations that he isn’t the centre of reality.
9. The Interview (2014)
The interview is a political action black comedy film directed by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen. Sparking a controversy that ironically perfectly captured the spirit of what this provocative comedy wanted to be. The interview follows a charming cast who goes undercover in North Korea to interview its real-life dictator. Mocking the absurdity of the dictatorship the interview is more current than ever while managing to deal with serious Topics in a hilarious way.
8. Tropic Thunder (2008)
Tropic Thunder is an action comedy movie which is directed by Ben Stiller with an unforgettable performance from Robert Downey Jr and undeniably evil satire that strikes smart notes.
Tropic Thunder season action Superstar filming his biggest movie yet in the jungle but when a real war breaks out he and his co-stars must become real soldiers to make it out alive. Resulting in disastrously funny adventures.
7. Dogma (1999)
Dogma is a fantasy comedy film written. Directed by Kevin Smith, finding cult director Kevin Smith in a brilliant religious satire.
Dogma follows two angels who are banned from heaven and thrown into the middle of nowhere but find out that there is a portal right back into their beloved home which would eventually kill every human on earth. A group is formed to stop the two.
6. Borat (2006)
Borat is a black comedy mockumentary film directed by Larry Charles with humour shock factor and an ultra cynical style. We follow a journalist from Kazakhstan who wants to film a documentary about why America is such a great nation, embarrassing and offending everyone he meets on the way without intention. This is one of the greatest comedies of the 21st century.
5. Superbad (2007)
Superbad is a 2007 American coming-of-age teen comedy film directed by Greg Modela. Seth, Evan and Fogle are three teenage guys who desperately wish to get laid. When a girl asks Seth to get the drinks for her party he sees this as a perfect opportunity. With Fogle’s new fake ID, the trio plan out how to get the alcohol but things won’t go smoothly for them.
4. Team America: World Police (2004)
Team America World Police directed by Trey Parker. This comedic political satire follows an international police force as they attempt to fight crime and terrorism around the world while battling with the forces of evil at every turn. The movie features plenty of outrageous laughs, clever satire and over-the-top action sequences and its scatological message about the three types of people in the world is truer today than when it was made.
3. Blazing Saddles (1974)
Blazing Saddles is a western black comedy film and is directed by Mel Brooks. Daring, provocative and filled with dark and witty humor. Blazing Saddles explores topics of social segregation in the form of the comedic Western tale. When a small and innocent town is about to be grounded to make place for a railroad a new black sheriff that hits a nerve with the thick-headed white folks might be their last chance against gunslinging Outlaws that will come to claim what they believe they deserve.
2. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)
It is an adult animated musical comedy movie which is directed by Trey Parker. In this feature film spin-off the group of uncensored third graders get into trouble after they saw the R-rated movie. Terence and Philip assess a fire which absurdly leads to a declaration of war with Canada. Now it’s all up to Stan Kyle Kenny and Cartman to save Terence and Phillip before Satan and his lover Saddam Hussein from Hell rule the world.
1. Life of Brian (1979)
Life of Brian is a 1975 comedy film. Directed by Terry Jones and is written and performed by the Monty Python comedy group. As the most Cutting Edge Cinema experience of the 70s comes Life of Brian literally just an unlucky dude who accidentally gets switched up with the Messiah. Unknowingly, stumbling from absurd event to absurd event Brian gets into trouble with the crazy members of a separatist movement who want to see him dead.
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