But while we’d seen the set-up before, we’d seen nothing like Segal’s character Peter getting dumped while naked, Russell Brandas the lead singer for Infant Sorrow or Peter’s A Taste For Love Dracula-themed puppet-comedy-rock-opera.Everyone you’d expect (Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader) co-stars.—Josh Jackson 48.
Our list ranges in date from 1934’s It Happened One Night to 2012’s Silver Linings Playbook, covering every decade in between.
We only included films where the romance was central to the plot and that we felt were truly funny—whether the dark comedy of Harold and Maude or the slapstick of The Princess Bride.
That means that some classic romances like An Affair To Remember and some gut-busting comedies like Bridesmaids got left off (but you should watch them both anyway). The World Year: 2010 Director: Edgar Wright In many ways, all of Edgar Wright’s films have been romantic comedies in some fashion.
Whether you’re watching with that special someone or just watching while dreaming about him or her, these are the 50 Best Romantic Comedies of All Time. Shaun of the Dead just happens to have zombies and Hot Fuzz just happens to have two males as its romantic leads. The World is perhaps Wright’s most clear-cut attempt at a rom-com.
As heighted as Scott Pilgrim may seem at times, however, its undertones are all too relatable.—Mark Rozeman 49.