Must Watch Comedy Movies From The 2000s

Must Watch Comedy Movies From The 2000s

Watching comedy films is a fantastic way to unwind and have fun with your family and friends. It is the ideal way to chill. People have also said that watching comedies has lowered their stress and anxiety. This has made them forget about their problems. Even if you aren't a big "laugh" person, you are sure to enjoy these funny films. We've identified the must-see comedies from the 2000s.

Eurotrip (2004)

Eurotrip in 2004 followed a group of young adults as they travelled around Europe. It was a fun movie! If you enjoy teen comedies, you might want to add this movie to your list!

The main characters' trip in the film is fun and unpredictable. There are a few accidents, and these are certain to make you chuckle! You might spot Matt Dillon and Vinnie Jones in cameo roles! After watching the film, you may still be humming “Scotty Doesn't Know.”

Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007)

Whether you like Mr. Bean or not, you can't deny his antics. In Mr. Bean's Holiday, Rowan Atkinson returns as the silent funny man. In Mr. Bean's Holiday, he goes to France. As you might expect, he gets himself into trouble again and again. It would not be a Mr. Bean adventure if he didn't find himself in compromising situations, and Mr. Bean manages to redeem himself and deliver a funny performance.

Superbad (2007)

If you want to see a crass and awkward comedy featuring high school students, Superbad is your best option. You have to see this film in order to find out how the “McLovin” originated. There are so many funny scenes in Superbad. Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse are excellent in their roles. Bill Hader and Seth Rogen also make appearances.

Road Trip (2000)

Josh and his companions are headed to Austin to stop a package containing an explicit video from reaching his girlfriend. The journey is not always smooth; on the contrary, it is anything but a smooth ride.

Road Trip is a crude and funny film, so you might like it. When the group is on the road, they get into all sorts of funny situations. They need to get to Austin in time, so they must get out of these predicaments.

The 40-year Old Virgin (2005)

In 2005, Judd Appatow and Steve Carell collaborated on the movie The 40-year Old Virgin. Steve Carell plays the film's lead character, Andy. He portrays Andy's awkward and nerdy persona flawlessly.

Before Andy loses his V card, his friends try to help. Unfortunately, they suffer disasters and failed attempts before anything goes right. You will still enjoy the film's wit and excellent performances because of its plot's cleverness.

White Chicks (2004)

The Wayan Brothers have made another great film that is known for its odd plot. It may seem silly, but you're missing out if you don't watch it! Two black officers become undercover as white women. White Chicks is a good comedy, with elements of everything from funny to cheesy to fast-paced. No one will ever forget Terry Crews' rendition of A Thousand Miles in this film!