A genre very widespread in the midst of the seventh art, the comedy has always provided moviegoers and the public more popcorn moments of pleasure and laughter. Known for generally bringing less-worked films and focusing on just laughter to the viewer, the genre also features great options that, in addition to laughter, provoke moments of reflection to those who watch. Below are just those comedy options that use complex and different plots to trigger your scenes. Let’s go to the list!
10º – The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese, 1982)A misfit man, aspiring comedian, begins a completely paranoid quest to become a television name, thinking he has the help of comedian Jerry Langford. Directed by Martin Scorsese, ‘The King of Comedy’ takes advantage of a calmer model to build his plot, offering fragments of always well-developed scenes to his viewer, resulting in a comedy that borders on the nickname of masterpiece. The film still gains much of its quality in the incredible performance of Robert De Niro playing the iconic Rupert Pupkin.
9º – Midnight Run (Martin Brest, 1988)After applying a millionaire blow, an accountant is pursued on every possible fronts, initiating a frantic escape for his freedom. ‘Midnight Run’ mixes comedy and adventure to unleash scenes, nurturing a dynamic and engaging storyline, also featuring actors Charles Grodin and Robert De Niro magnifying the overall compendium.
8º – Bed & Board (François Truffaut, 1970)We will follow the daily life of a couple in their 30s, already in the period of decline of their marriage, having a notion of the way their components face the spheres of the world. Belonging to the cinema of François Truffaut, ‘Bed & Board’ offers a sincere look at the instances that comprise a marriage, with positives and negatives, always being based on a comic model that amuses.
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