Movies to Watch when Youre Looking to Pee Your Pants from Laughter ...

By Neecey

Movies to Watch  when Youre Looking to Pee  Your Pants  from Laughter  ...

There’s nothing quite like a comedy movie to lift your spirits. Whether you want to be grossed out by something contemporary or just have some belly laughs from a classic, there’s always something that bits the bill.

Table of contents:

  1. bridesmaids
  2. the heat
  3. hot pursuit
  4. sex tape
  5. ghostbusters
  6. mean girls
  7. miss congeniality
  8. pitch perfect
  9. my big fat greek wedding
  10. sisters
  11. trainwreck
  12. spy
  13. pride
  14. bad moms
  15. the first wives club
  16. bridget jones’s diary
  17. the life of brian
  18. trading places
  19. the boss

1 Bridesmaids

The absolute modern classic of modern female centric comedy. It doesn’t matter how many times you watch Bridesmaids, each and every scene is just as hilarious as the first time you saw it!

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2 The Heat

Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock pair up in this hilarious comedy about a cop duo who have very different approaches to their work but come together to be a sassy team that takes no prisoners when it comes to putting the bad guys behind bars!

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3 Hot Pursuit

This one got some really harsh reviews when it came out, but I happen to believe that it’s the perfect kind of movie to watch with friends when all you want to do is have a good laugh. Sure, it’s silly, but Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara are enjoyable actresses and they have fun on screen chemistry.

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4 Sex Tape

Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel star as a married couple who hit a libido dry patch and try to spice up their love life by filming a sex tape, the only problem being that instead of deleting it, they manage to share it with their entire contacts list!

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5 Ghostbusters

The amount of sexist garbage and abuse that was hurled at this Ghostbusters remake was actually quite shocking, and what everybody seemed to forget amongst the controversy was that it actually turned out to be a hilarious and fun movie! Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones in particular will have you laughing out loud from start to finish.

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6 Mean Girls

A mid 2000s classic penned by Tina Fey that is still as funny today as it was when it was originally released. Lindsay Lohan arguably gives her best performance as Cady, the girl who moves from Africa to the US only to find that the high school atmosphere is even more dangerous than the jungle!

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7 Miss Congeniality

We all loved Sandra Bullock as the rough diamond Gracie Hart in Miss Congeniality, it’s still a movie that I go back to every now and then and end up laughing just as much as I did the first time. And to top it all off, it comes complete with an absolutely killer musical soundtrack!

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8 Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect is basically Glee for people who prefer their comedy a little more crude and mature. There is double pleasure in being able to laugh at all the hilarious jokes and then being able to sing and dance along to the great musical numbers that Anna Kendrick and co. produce for the audience.

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9 My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Perhaps my very favorite comedy from the 2000s, My Big Fat Greek Wedding became an unexpected smash hit success. While the most recent sequel didn’t quite manage to live up to the hype, this original movie still packs a punch and produces the same amount of laughs as it did all those years ago!

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10 Sisters

Former SNL buddies Tine Fey and Amy Poehler star as Sisters who have to go back to clear out their old childhood bedroom, and decided to throw one last huge house party before their parents move. As you can imagine, things don’t do to plan and that result is a hilarious comedy of errors!

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11 Trainwreck

Amy Schumer brings her unique and hilarious brand of sarcastic comedy to this movie about a journalist who falls for a sports doctor who she is assigned to write a story about. They are from completely different ends of the spectrum and that’s what makes the whole thing so funny.

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12 Spy

Melissa McCarthy is at it again in this riotous comedy where she becomes an international spy on a mission to being down a serious of bad guys. Her signature physical style of comedy mixed with some really funny and crude cameos from people like Jason Statham ensure that this movie is one for the Friday night in with the girls!

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13 Pride

As hilarious as it is heart-warming, this is a wonderful British movie that tells that story of a group of gay and lesbian Londoners who decide to raise funds for and visit a group of Welsh miners who are being badly affected by the strike of the 1980s. Full of laugh out loud humor and a few cry out loud moments too, this one has a bit of everything.

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14 Bad Moms

Another great movie along the lines of Bridesmaids about three moms who decide that they don’t want to abide by the PTA rules anymore and go on a rampage of sex, drugs and rock and roll, with plenty of hilarious occurrences along the way!

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15 The First Wives Club

An oldie but a goodie, a classic female comedy from the 90s starring Bette Midler, Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn as three dumped wives who decide that their new motto should be ‘don’t get mad, get everything!’.

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16 Bridget Jones’s Diary

Still the best of all Bridget’s adventures. We can all relate to her diary entries - how many of us took up keeping a diary simply because of Bridget, her big pants, blue string soup and kiss in the snow?

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17 The Life of Brian

The Pythons bring their inimitable brand of psycho-anarchistic humor to the story of Jesus. Not a film to watch if you believe in the veracity of The Bible. This unique movie that describes the Son of God as a “very naughty boy” is crazy bad and full of laughs. And I bet you sing along at the end. Altogether now … “always look on the bright side …”
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18 Trading Places

An absolute classic. Eddie Murphy, Dan Aykroyd and Jamie Lee Curtis are a hoot in this story that shows that greed never pays. For two old guys who make a bet payback is a bitch.

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19 The Boss

Finishing off with yet another Melissa McCarthy movie, she sure does know how to make us laugh! This time round she stars as a former billionaire business woman who has to make her way back up to the top with the help of her old personal assistant and her assistant’s young daughter.

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