The 10 Most Hilarious Comedy of the 2010s

The 10 Most Hilarious Comedy of the 2010s ...

Comedies have been difficult to obtain over the years. Some have tried too hard, but others just remained popular until they were released in theaters. Unfortunately, studio comedies do not perform at the same level as they used to.

Some underrated comedy films from the 2010s were overlooked because audiences were afraid to take a risk on a studio comedy. They were slowly phased out, but others have remained afloat.

'21 Jump Street' (2012) - Stream on Netflix

When 21 Jump Street was released in cinemas, spectators had no clue what to expect. All they knew, was that this film is a remake of a television series starring Johnny Depp. This film gave us the duo of the decade because their chemistry was exceptional.

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill entertained the crowds and created an iconic comedy that became bigger than it was initially due to others responding to it. This film isn't praised enough due to its reactions.

'Easy A' (2010) - Stream on Hulu

After Easy A, Emma Stone became an overnight sensation, but it still does not receive the recognition it deserves. It's possible that the general public wasn't aware of it early on in the decade.

This film had a compelling story about a young girl posing to be a jezebel with boys at her school for money. The cast worked together very well and there were many valuable lessons learned.

'Neighbors' (2014) - Rent on AppleTV

Neighbors is a film that became more popular as a result of word of mouth. The story of a couple with a newborn baby being forced to live next to a fraternity was funny. Zac Efron gives his best performance alongside Seth Rogen as they battle it out over pranks.

The way the pranks develop and how they develop is so powerful, and they make the film. When the sequel was released, more fans of the first one went to support it, making Neighbors 2: Sorority Risingeven bigger than the first.

'This is the End' (2013) - Stream on Starz

It's truly an achievement to be able to bring some of the funniest actors of this generation together for an apocalyptic film playing themselves. Every single comedian had a comeo in this film and it was so much fun. Watching these actors play themselves during the apocalypse also puts many things into perspective.

Audiences recognized actors for who they are, and they all did a fantastic job of portraying that vulnerability on film. Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Chris Robinson, and Danny McBride are the standout performers from this ensemble. They all had their moments to shine to make the film memorable.

'Game Night' (2018) - Rent on AppleTV

Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams were a match made in comedy heaven. Game Night should have received more recognition because it was a game within a game. It's fascinating how they acted on both levels.

A couples game night with all of their pals turns into a massive mystery game with many obstacles. At the time, not many people went to see this in theaters; this was later on in the decade when studio comedy began to wane.

'The Nice Guys' (2018) - Rent on AppleTV

The Nice Guys was missed out on in cinemas, but it has now gotten a cult following. Fans have petitioned for it to be renewed solely because to how funny Ryan Gosling was. His facial expressions and neuroticism carries the film.

Russell Crowe as the straight guy to Gosling's over-the-top character worked so well, and the time period added to the entertainment.

'The Heat' (2013) - Stream on Disney+

Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy join forces to create one of the funniest buddy cop comedy films ever. What makes The Heat so enjoyable is the fact that these two women are equally laid back as the men in the precinct. It's hard to find good chemistry in movies in this current decade, so it's always nice to revisit and see comedies like this one.

For the first time, viewers have ever seen two women lead a cop comedy. McCarthy's awkwardness and Bullock's hissy fit made this a fun read. After Bridesmaids, it is the best McCarthy film.

'Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping' (2016) - Rent on AppleTV

Andy Samberg was attempting to bolster his career after leaving Saturday Night Live. Right after he left, he joined Brooklyn Nine-Nine and became an even bigger television sensation. This is why Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping is a great movie.

This is why Samberg's fans will love him because he so spoofed so much but also posed a mirror up to society at the time. That's why they're always unique. When millennials listened to their songs growing up, that humour influenced what they would find funny as they grew older.

'Blockers' (2018) - Rent on AppleTV

Because of how the tide changed, a studio comedy that was set up in 2018 was a challenge. Blockers is an underrated comedy because it's marketed for teenagers, but really it's for adults. Audiences have all had high school experiences with different kinds of parenting, and that's exactly what this film demonstrates.

Ike Barinholtz's overprotective father, Leslie Mann's overly empathetic father, and John Cena's overly emotional father are all enjoyable because they illustrate two different perspectives. The best part of the film is when Cena becomes overly emotional and takes center stage over the other two veteran comedians.

Stream 'We're The Millers' (2013) on Netflix.

Jason Sudeikis is another Saturday Night Live actor who was always going to have a fantastic career after leaving the program. Jennifer Aniston made sure she worked with him and that's how We're The Millers became a reality. It's by far one of the funniest films to be released, even if the plot is a bit underdeveloped.

It's still fun when four very different people come together and pretend to be a family in order to win a lot of money. At the end, these lonely people actually form a bond because of the crazy things they went through together. As the film progressed, the relationship between the four of them strengthened.