Every year a ton of comedy movies are released in theaters, but only a handle prove to truly be blockbusters. In order to help you anticipate some of 2016’s blockbusters, we have created a list of the top five comedy movies you have to watch in 2016.
1.) Sausage Party
Release Date: August 12, 2016
The first comedy movie on our list is a cartoon created for adults. Written by comedic powerhouse, Seth Rogen (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0736622/), Sausage Party chronicles the life of the sausage named Frank. At the beginning of the film, Frank gets purchased, along with other groceries. But, shortly after Frank gets purchased, he learns the truth about food that get purchased (he is going to become a meal). So, Frank goes on an adventure in order to warn the food, left in the supermarket, what will become of them.
2.) My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
Release Date: March 25, 2016
The second comedy movie on our list is the sequel to the classic comedy film, My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Who could forget the hilarious conflicts that arose, in the first movie, when the very Greek Toula Portokalos fell in love with the non-Greek Ian? Now, our favorite Greek family is back. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 initially focuses on Toula and Ian’s relationship problems, as well as their teenage daughter who, like a younger Toula, attempts to rebel against her Greek traditions. Then, to add onto the chaos, a family secret is revealed, so an even bigger Portokalos wedding happens.
3.) Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
Release Date: May 20, 2016
The third comedy movie on our list is another sequel. In Neighbors, we saw new parents Mac and Kelly Radner (Played by: Rose Byrne) deal with the chaos of the next door fraternity, Delta Psi Beta. At the end of the movie, we thought Mac and Kelly could finally raise their daughter without the constant partying of Delta Psi Beta. But, in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Mac and Kelly face another problem with the nearby college’s Greek system. Now, the even more chaotic sorority, Kappa Nu, has moved next door. With an offer on Mac and Kelly’s house that will settle in a month, only if things continue to stay normal, Mac and Kelly recruit their former fraternity enemy, Teddy Sanders, to help them combat the chaotic sorority.
4.) The Boss
Release Date: April 8, 2016
Michelle Darnell is an over the top multi-millionaire who seems to have it all. But, then she gets arrested for insider trading. After completing her federal prison sentence, Darnell emerges from prison with nothing. She doesn’t have any money, or her home. So, she hunts down her former assistant, Claire. Suddenly, while staying with Claire and Claire’s daughter, Rachel, Darnell creates a plan that involves Girl Scouts. Will Darnell’s business plan become successful? Or will her ruthless ways get the best of her?
5.) Bridget Jones’s Baby
Release Date: September 16, 2016
Finally, the last comedy movie on our list is the third installment to one of the most beloved romantic comedy franchises of all time. We have all watched Bridget Jones navigate her way through her job and her roller coaster romances. But, when we last saw her in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, we had hope that she had found her happy ending. But, Bridget Jones would not be Bridget Jones without having relationship issues. Now, Bridget Jones has a new job, but seems to have the same problems with her relationship. Also, she didn’t get married to Doug Benson(http://supcomedy.com/artist/doug-benson/), but he is still in her life. Shortly after Bridget meets a new flame, Jack Qwant, she finds out that she is pregnant. Now, she has to figure out who the father of her baby is.