A cartoon fable about being content with who you are, The Addams Family isn’t much for plot, but uses its platform to do more that revitalize a TV series.
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Stripes has its moments as a military based Animal House, but the anti-authority bent doesn't have enough bite coming from Ivan Reitman.
Free Guy takes the crown of the best videogame movie because it understands and satirizes the culture.
Cruella is a cynical delight that overcomes a ridiculous premise by nailing its tone from the outset to make a villain an actual hero.
Exhausting in its pacing, Hitman's Bodyguard's Wife still brings the ridiculous laughs, pushed primarily by a vulgar Salma Hayek.
Snatch blends its hyper violence with caricature comedy in a rapidly successful heist story that still holds up decades on.
Scott Pilgrim's message about earning self-confidence is likely lost amid the references and visuals, but it's too fun to care.
Infamous, messy, and tonally bizarre, Howard the Duck's greatest lesson is in treating the source material with respect.
Dated and cruel as the humor seems in modern eyes, Animal House is a comic spectacle that hasn't been topped by any frat comedy movie since.
Not only poking fun at Star Wars, Spaceballs takes aim at the film industry as a whole in a clever spoof with every Mel Brooks signature.
A comedy horror masterpiece, Tremors' creative streak is ceaseless, even when leaning on familiar tropes.
More than just fish-out-of-water comedy, Coming to America makes full use of its outstanding cast to speak on romance and wealth.