Think Cancer Is No Laughing Matter? You Will After Seeing the Best Comedies of 2011

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Besides the annual deep Seth Rogen saturation we’ve all come to regard as being as natural and inevitable as the tides themselves, there was a notable phenomenon in comedies released in 2011 — A good number of them were funny. And among the successful, there seemed to be something for everyone; chick-flicks, bromances , dramedies, horror-comedy, sci-fi comedy, gross-out, puppets, whatever, you name it. Here are the five funniest and most memorable.
Think Cancer Is No Laughing Matter? You Will After Seeing the Best Comedies of 2011
Image Credit: Bridalmusings.com
Besides the annual deep Seth Rogen saturation we’ve all come to regard as being as natural and inevitable as the tides themselves, there was a notable phenomenon in comedies released in 2011 — A good number of them were funny. And among the successful, there seemed to be something for everyone; chick-flicks, bromances , dramedies, horror-comedy, sci-fi comedy, gross-out, puppets, whatever, you name it. Here are the five funniest and most memorable.
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Honorable Mention

Fright Night- a surprisingly awesome remake of the 1985 horror comedy classic, with Colin Farrell (as the vampiric neighbor) and David Tennant (as a superstar magician) tearing up the screen.


Paul – Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz) go on a road trip with an alien voiced by Seth Rogen. Try to make that not funny.


Win Win – an affecting indie comedy-drama with a beleaguered Paul Giamatti as a lawyer/wrestling coach wrapped up in a scheme to keep his world from crumbling, with able support from Burt Young and Amy Ryan.


Those were the best comedies of 2011. If you’ve got issues with our take on the matter (keeping in mind The Descendants and Midnight In Paris were omitted for transcending the genre) let us hear about it.