10 Hilarious Movies To Watch If You Love The Hangover
Despite the fact that it was released in 2009, The Hangover is still considered one of the best contemporary comedies and one of the funniest films of all time. Its two successors were equally as successful, if not quite as popular as the original. Fortunately for comedy fans, there are a number of other films to select from that are either as funny as The Hangover or almost as amusing.
If comedy fans are seeking for something similar to The Hangover, there are a slew of other films to watch that are just as funny or just as funny. Some of them even share themes and cast members, providing for a more enjoyable viewing experience.
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21 Jump Street (2012) and 22 Jump Street (2014)
Both 21 Jump Street and its sequel, 22 Jump Street, are based on the 1980s television series of the same name, which helped launch Johnny Depp’s career. In the first film, Depp and his co-star Peter DeLuise make a cameo appearance.
The two recent films, on the other hand, star Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. The story follows two cops who are compelled to relive their high school years by going undercover to find the source of a new synthetic narcotic that is circulating among students.
American Pie (1999)
Despite the fact that it has received widespread criticism, many people claim to enjoy American Pie. On Rotten Tomatoes, the critics’ consensus says, “So embarrassing it’s believable, American Pie succeeds in bringing back the teen movie genre.”
The story follows a group of five best friends who make the decision to lose their virginity while still in high school. They come to an agreement and are now working hard to graduate on time.
Horrible Bosses (2011)
Despite the fact that the concept of Horrible Bosses may appear absurd, it is quite relatable to many people, which is likely why it was so financially and critically successful. The story follows three friends (Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis) who are fed up with their tyrannical bosses (Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, and Colin Farrell) and decide to assassinate them.
Step Brothers (2008)
Step Brothers is one of those films with an idea that may very well happen in real life, which makes it both funny and unsettling.
After their single parents (with whom each of the brothers still lives) decide to marry, two grown men (Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly) are forced to live together as stepbrothers.
Superbad is widely regarded as one of the best comedies of the twenty-first century, alongside The Hangover. The film’s dialogue is well-written, and the chemistry between all of the actors is great, contributing to the film’s overall brilliance.
The story follows two high school friends (Jonathan Hill and Michael Cera) who intend to party and lose their virginity before graduation. However, as they try to follow out their plan, a series of unfortunate events make reaching their goal more difficult.
This Is The End (2013)
This Is The End might be considered an extremely successful experiment in certain regards. This post-apocalyptic comedy revolves around a party hosted by James Franco at which numerous celebrities gather before the world ends.
The actors don’t play themselves; instead, they play fictionalized versions of themselves, which is much more hilarious. Among the cast members are James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Emma Watson, Rihanna, Paul Rudd, Channing Tatum, Kevin Hart, and others.
The Nice Guys (2016)
The Nice Guys, unlike the other films on the list, is set in the past rather than the present. This historical backdrop, on the other hand, simply contributes to the movie’s atmosphere by enhancing clothing design and location.
In 1977 Los Angeles, a private eye (Ryan Gosling) and an enforcer (Russel Crowe) must team up to investigate the disappearance of a teenage girl (Margaret Qualley).
Ted is an excellent example of comedies having fantastical elements that are still comedies because the bizarre is only used in the premise. The film, which stars Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis and was written and directed by Seth MacFarlane, depicts the story of a man whose boyhood dream comes true when his teddy bear Ted comes to life.
We’re The Millers (2013)
When We’re the Millers was released in 2013, it was the buzz of the town. Despite receiving minimal critical acclaim, the film performed extraordinarily well at the box office.
A small-time marijuana dealer (Jason Sudeikis) wants to smuggle drugs from Mexico to the United States, so he convinces his neighbors to masquerade as his family. One of them is a stripper (Jennifer Aniston), another is a runaway (Emma Roberts), and still another is a virgin (Will Poulter).
Wedding Crashers (2005)
Wedding Crashers’ main characters, like some of The Hangover’s protagonists, have a horrible luck with women. They, on the other hand, wish to appreciate and make the most of their single status.
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn star as John and Jeremy, two divorce mediators who disrupt weddings in the hopes of meeting and seducing ladies. Unless, of course, John falls in love with someone.