Judd Apatow Movies are sometimes deep, frequently goofy, often ironic, and always hilarious. It's hard to pick the very best Judd Apatow movies, because so many of them are just so good, to the point where they become cult films almost instantly. He's a great director and an awesome writer, in addition to being a very savvy producer – in fact, that seems to be the role he chooses most often. In the spirit of that, I've tried to stick to Judd Apatow movies where he's featured as the producer, but in many of these fine films he's also been the writer or director as well – or both!
1. Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Of all the Judd Apatow movies ever made, of all the ones that will be made, this is hands down my favorite. In many films, he gathers a core group of actors together – edgy, funny, brilliant men and women who just rock my socks. I love it best, however, when Jason Segel and Paul Rudd star together. Mostly, I love Jason Segel's character – and is it just me, or should he and Mila Kunis for real get married?