Among the most saccharine, comfortable nostalgia ever put to film, A Christmas Story captures the kid's holiday season flawlessly.
Category: 4K Comedy
Clark Griswold's pursuit of the perfect holiday is a timeless series of mishaps in Christmas Vacation.
Elf's delight stems from its pure, cheesy cheer, and every family has one. Maybe two.
One of the funniest and most honest holiday movies ever made, Planes, Trains & Automobiles ranks among cinema's comic elite without an ounce of age.
A merciless takedown of Hollywood norms, Tropic Thunder is hilariously satirical in shattering the wall that blocks viewers from the real world.
Charming and timeless, It Happened One Night defined the screen's romantic comedy style so well, it's an unchanged formula almost 90-years later.
A pure late '80s cultural relic, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure is the least educational time travel story ever told, but it's proud of that accomplishment.
Hysterical masculine fantasy, Army of Darkness is peak horror comedy with as much tribute to geekdom as it is a celebration of action cliches.
Gloriously cynical in a kindly dry, British manner, Meaning of Life is a blitzkrieg on all aspects of human society.
Utterly ridiculous but embracing the absurd, Barb and Star somehow finds a loving tale of friendship between super villainy and sex.
The Lost City has a blast with its pulpy story, generating constant laughs as the cliches keep piling up unashamedly.
Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is made for in-industry laughs and meme makers, but not without a generous, broad comedic spark.