30 Movies Like Zoolander That Will Crack You Up!

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There are as many humorous movies as there are fish in the sea. There have been numerous comedy films over the years, and many of these movies will make you laugh, but some are irreplaceably good and will have you laughing till your tummy hurts.

Zoolander is one of those movies that will never go out of fashion and is here to rule everyone’s heart for a while. When I watched this film, the extremely stunning cinematography amazed me. The performance was excellent, and the special effects were spectacular. It was a stunning, streamlined cinematic classic.

Zoolander is a classic comedy starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. This film is crazy and ridiculously funny, yet it is great. Personally, I believe it’s one of the funniest movies ever made because of how critical it is of the model and Hollywood industry.

Zoolander (2001)

A still from Zoolander

If you watch this movie, don’t think too much and simply relax. One of those films for which words are inadequate. It was much ahead of its time, but it wasn’t for everyone. People will revisit this masterwork now that memes related to Zoolander appear to be increasingly popular on Instagram nowadays.

  • Release Date: September 28, 2001
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Ben Stiller
  • Written By: John Hamburg, Drake Sather, and Ben Stiller
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $45.2M

Here Is a List of 30 Movies to Watch If You Like Zoolander

Of course, new comedy films will always be released that will take their position on the list of top comedy movies, but for now, here are some of the finest suggestions we have for you and you won’t regret watching. 

Ali G Indahouse (2003)

Ali G, the white gangsta-rapper who wants to be, got involved in the villainous Chancellor’s scheme to dethrone Britain’s Prime Minister. Instead of taking him down, the public embraced Ali G as the voice of youth and made him the Prime Minister.

He finds himself in the strange situation of having to handle one of Britain’s most serious national and political problems and emerges as one of the heroes.

Ali G

 A still from Ali G

  • Release Date: March 22, 2002
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: Mark Mylod
  • Written By: Sacha Baron Cohen and Dan Mazer
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 28 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $17.2M

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)

Mike Meyers reprises his role as a spy in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. He travels back in time to help Felicity Shagwell stop the infamous Dr. Evil from destroying Washington, D.C. This film has a larger cast, a larger budget, and some over-the-top humor.

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

A still from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

  • Release Date: June 11, 1999
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Jay Roach
  • Written By: Mike Myers and Michael McCullers
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 35 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $206M

Duplex (2003)

The plot of Duplex revolves around a young couple who have the opportunity to move into a beautiful duplex in a perfect New York neighborhood, but all they have to do is evict the annoying tenant, a little old lady, who disrupts their tranquil house.

Duplex features too many objectionable elements for moral family audiences, including some vulgar language, off-color comedy, and a murder plot.


A still from Duplex

  • Release Date: September 26, 2003
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Danny DeVito
  • Written By: Larry Doyle
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $9.7M

Envy (2004)

Envy stars Jack Black as Nick, a dissatisfied inventor who is continuously running his ideas by his closest buddy, Tim (played by Ben Stiller) until he comes up with an idea that he finds it difficult to get out of his head: a spray that turns dog doo disappear: “Va-poo-rise.”

Tim believes it is impossible, and Nick keeps working on his concept with a guy from the R&D department at the workplace. When Nick makes his dream a reality, he becomes an overnight billionaire. Tim goes over to Nick’s house, steals a bow and arrow from the archery range, and fires an arrow at his own house. Corky, Nick’s pet horse, is inadvertently killed by the arrow.


A still from Envy

  • Release Date: April 30, 2004
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Barry Levinson
  • Written By: Steve Adams
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 39 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $12.2M

The Internship (2013)

The Internship is indeed a comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as two middle-aged, technologically challenged salesmen, Billy and Nick. When they lose their long-term sales careers, they decide to become Google interns in the hopes of landing two jobs.

The internship program is made up of a series of tasks in which teams of interns compete. The winning team will be given positions at Google. Billy and Nick are sent to a poor squad of rejects. To have any hope of landing a job, they must learn to work as a team.

The Internship

A still from The Internship

  • Release Date: June 07, 2013
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Shawn Levy
  • Written By: Vince Vaughn and Jared Stern
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 59 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $44.7M

Dinner for Schmucks (2010)

Paul Rudd and Steve Carell feature in the comedy Dinner For Schmucks. Tim is a young up-and-coming financial analyst who appears to have it all: a fantastic career, a lovely apartment, a new vehicle, and a lovely girlfriend whom he is attempting to persuade to become his fiancée.

When a promotion at work becomes available, Tim seizes the opportunity to advance up the corporate ladder. However, before he can be promoted, he must bring an eccentric to a business party so that all of the employees may mock them.

Tim meets Barry, a lonely IRS worker who enjoys taxidermy and recreates famous works of art using dead mice, which he refers to as “mouseterpieces.” Tim believes he has discovered the greatest fool, yet he finds himself appreciating his new acquaintance.

Dinner for Schmucks

A still from Dinner for Schmucks

  • Release Date: July 30, 2010
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Jay Roach
  • Written By: David Guion, Michael Handelman
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 54 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $73M

Be Kind Rewind (2008)

Be Kind Rewind stars Jack Black as Jerry, an anxious young guy who lives in a shabby Passaic, New Jersey area. Jerry has made friends with Mike, a young black man who works in Mr. Fletcher’s run-down video store. Mr. Fletcher deputizes Mike for a few weeks so he may observe what the major chain DVD stores are doing.

Jerry, on the other hand, has been magnetic after attempting to destroy the electric business. He mistakenly erases all of Mr. Fletcher’s videotapes. They produce a handmade 20-minute rendition of GHOSTBUSTERS to appease an elderly female client checking up on Mike for Mr. Fletcher. People in the community enjoy the silly remake and want more handmade copies of their favorite movies.

Be Kind Rewind

A still from Be Kind Rewind

  • Release Date: February 22, 2008
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Michel Gondry
  • Written By: Michel Gondry
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 41 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $11.2M

Dumb And Dumber To (2014)

Nearly 20 years after the box office success of Dumb And Dumber, Harry and Lloyd return as just not best friends in Dumb And Dumber To. When Harry informs Lloyd that he requires a new kidney, they attempt to locate a relative who can give one to him.

They eventually find that Harry does have a long-lost adult daughter who was put up for adoption that he was unaware. They set out to find Harry’s daughter, wreaking tremendous chaos along the way.

Dumb And Dumber To

A still from Dumb And Dumber To

  • Release Date: November 14, 2014
  • Genre: Comedy 
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Peter Farrelly and Robert Farrelly
  • Written By: Sean Anders, John Morris, Peter Farrelly, Robert Farrelly, Bennett Yellin and Mike Cerrone
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 49 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $86.2M

Step Brothers (2008)

It features Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly as Brennan and Dale, two older slackers who still reside with their parents because they can’t find work. After their father and mother marry, the two become stepbrothers who share a bedroom. Dale and Brennan don’t get along and constantly cause havoc in the house.

Then they realize they have much in common, particularly their dislike for Brennan’s younger brother Derek, an annoying overachiever whom Dale smacks in the face. Dale and Brennan make the decision to start their own entertainment firm. Their parents split up when they wrecked Dale’s father’s yacht while filming a rap video.

Step Brothers

A still from Step Brothers

  • Release Date: July 25, 2008
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: P
  • Directed By: Adam McKay
  • Written By: Will Ferrell and Adam McKay
  • Runtime: 1Hour 35 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $100.5M

Mr. Deeds (2002)

Mr. Deeds is a good-hearted small-town lad who receives a $40 billion stock inheritance from an uncle he never met. Associates try to persuade Deeds to trade shares for cash, but as money has never fascinated him, he travels to New York City for the sake of adventure.

Deeds is fully oblivious to a nefarious conspiracy to bankrupt the corporation and lay off tens of thousands of employees. Emilio, the comic servant portrayed by John Turturro, is looking after Deeds. He wanders about New York, where a young female reporter, Winona Ryder, attempts to befriend him.

She pushes her way into Deeds’ life by pretending to be a girl from Iowa rather than a girl from a cutthroat tabloid magazine program.

Mr. Deeds

A still from Mr. Deeds

  • Release Date: June 28, 2002
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Steven Brill
  • Written By: Tim Herlihy
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 36 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $126.2M

School of Rock (2003)

Dewey Finn, a down-and-out rock musician, tries to earn some money by claiming to be a substitute teacher at an upscale preparatory school in SCHOOL OF ROCK, but he soon realizes that the fourth “r” will be “rock band.”

SCHOOL OF ROCK is shown with a light, humorous tone promoting living above legalism, despite certain obscenities and the overall theme of appreciating rock music.

 School of Rock

 A still from School of Rock

  • Release Date: October 3, 2003
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Richard Linklater
  • Written By: Mike White
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 48 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $81.3M

Meet the Parents (2000)

Meet The Parents stars There’s Something About Mary’s Ben Stiller as Greg, a young Jewish nurse in an emergency ward. Greg accompanies his modest live-in girlfriend, Pam, to her parent’s place one weekend to attend her sister’s wedding.

In front of Pam’s conservative father (Robert DeNiro), who happens to be an ex-CIA interrogator, he commits a sequence of catastrophic social screw-ups. When Greg tries to cover up a series of horrible mishaps he causes by lying about them, things get even worse.

Meet the Parents

A still from Meet the Parents

  • Release Date: October 6, 2000
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Jay Roach
  • Written By: John Hamburg, Jim Herzfeld, Greg Glienna, and Mary Ruth Clarke
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 48 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $166.2M

Office Space (1999)

Office Space portrays a young guy who takes serious action against his boring job and the cruel organization for which he works. The occasionally wonderful comedy in this film is hampered by excessive bad language, an overly explicit sex scene, some nudity, some belittling of the American work ethic, and a nonchalant attitude toward crime.

Its moral virtues are insufficient to compensate for its immorality. You have to sit back with popcorn and coke because of the comedic timing.

Office Space

A still from Office Space

  • Release Date: February 19, 1999 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated:
  • Directed By: Mike Judge
  • Written By: Mike Judge
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $10.8M

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (2009)

Don Ready and his band of misfits are recruited to turn a failing auto dealership into a thriving business by educating its staff to be top-notch salespeople. Ready teaches them to do what it takes to close a sale, even if it includes lying to a consumer. As he becomes increasingly committed, Ready is actually plagued by the ghosts of his past.

Will Ferrell portrays the spirit of Ready’s previous colleague, who died while jumping to impress customers. Ready must cope with this remorse as he discovers his ultimate life mission.

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Harder

A still from The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Harder

  • Release Date: August 14, 2009
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: Neal Brennan
  • Written By: Andy Stock and Rick Stempson
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $15.1M

Wedding Crashers (2005)

This is a comedy film featuring the lives of two-man, Jeremy Grey and John Beckwith, two committed womanizers who break into weddings to take full advantage of the romantic hue in the air, clash when John meets and falls head over heels for Claire Cleary, who means more to him than just a one-night affair. The difficult part is confessing that when they met, he was claiming to be someone else.

Wedding Crashers

A still from Wedding Crashers

  • Release Date: July 15, 2005 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: David Dobkin
  • Written By: Steve Faber and Bob Fisher
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 59 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $209.2M

Wayne’s World (1992)

Wayne’s World is a dumb satire of two heavy-metal-crazed but otherwise geeky teens, Garth Algar and Wayne Campbell, whose broadcast a weekly “cynicism is happiness” chat show on public access TV until they are discovered by a slick TV producer.

With its harsh language, sexual innuendos, and obvious disregard for authority, Wayne’s World pushes the audience to leave their head and beliefs at the door.

Wayne's World

A still from Wayne’s World

  • Release Date: February 14, 1992 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Penelope Spheeris
  • Written By: Mike Myers, Bonnie Turner, and Terry Turner
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 35 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $120.1M

Johnny English (2003)

Johnny English is a deliciously funny summertime comedy featuring Rowan Atkinson, Mr. Bean, as a clumsy espionage clerk who is given the opportunity to be England’s number one secret agent after the Jewels are stolen.

Lovers of James Bond, Inspector Clouseau, and Maxwell Smart, as well as those looking for a cleaner Austin Powers film, may like this amusing spoof, which contains a little profanity, brief toilet humor, and other mildly unpleasant elements.

Johnny English

A still from Johnny English

  • Release Date: July 18, 2003
  • Genre: Comedy, Action
  • Rated: PG
  • Directed By: Peter Howitt
  • Written By: Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and Will Davies
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 26 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $28.0M

MacGruber (2010)

MacGruber is a ridiculous adventure comedy film about an inept special agent attempting to stop a terrorist. MacGruber must put together a squad that includes his ex-girlfriend, Vicki.

Dieter, their vicious adversary, is a self-serving terrorist who now has recently obtained the X-5 nuclear weapons. MacGruber and his gang fumble through a dispersed but hefty corpse count of evil people to take down their opponent and frustrate his goals through a sequence of blunders.

MacGruber makes error after mistake, sometimes reducing his tactics to begging and pleading. After finishing his romance with Vicki, MacGruber visits the cemetery of his late wife, who was murdered by Diete, and becomes engaged with her spirit.


A still from Macgruber

  • Release Date: May 21, 2010
  • Genre: Comedy, Action
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: Jorma Taccone
  • Written By: Will Forte, John Solomon, Jorma Taccone
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $8.5M

You Don’t Mess With the Zohan (2008)

It tells the narrative of Zohan, an Israeli counter-terrorist who spoofs his own death and relocates to New York to pursue his ambition of becoming a hairstylist. Zohan finds work at a hair salon run by Dalia, his love interest.

His clientele consists of middle-aged and older ladies who are captivated by him and the fact that, after cutting their hair, he brings them to a back bedroom where they engage in sexual relations.

Meanwhile, The Phantom, Zohan’s Palestinian competitor, realizes Zohan is still alive and goes out to murder him. In addition, an unscrupulous landlord attempts to close down the area, which is inhabited by Israeli and Palestinian immigrants.

You Don't Mess With the Zohan

A still from You Don’t Mess With the Zohan

  • Release Date: June 6, 2008  
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Dennis Dugan
  • Written By: Judd Apatow, Robert Smigel, and Adam Sandler
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 53 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $100.0M

The Dictator (2012)

General Aladeen is the dictator of a fictitious Arab nation. Aladeen denies that the new nuclear plant he is constructing has nuclear weapons. Leaders from around the world have challenged him to travel to the United Nations office in New York and prove it. Aladeen takes up the challenge, but after a botched assassination attempt, he finds himself without his characteristic beard.

Aladeen accepts a job with Zoey, a female health food vendor with access to his hotel. Aladeen must prevent his wicked uncle from seizing control. His ambitions are derailed when he is in love with Zoey, despite her feminist, hippy beliefs.

The Dictator

A still for The Dictator

  • Release Date: May 16, 2012
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: Larry Charles
  • Written By: Sacha Baron Cohen, Alec Berg, David Mandel, and Jeff Schaffer
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 23 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $59.6M

The Hangover (2009)

The Hangover is the tale of four guy friends who fly to Las Vegas for a bachelor party, just to wake up the next morning with no memory of what occurred the night before. Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug start their night in Vegas quietly.

However, when Phil, Stu, and Alan awaken, they discover that they have passed out, that a child has been abandoned in their bed, that a real tiger is in their room, that they are in different states of nakedness, and that the groom-to-be Doug has gone missing.

They start retracing their steps from the night before in order to find their companion. This involves stealing a police car, infuriating a wealthy guy who sends goons after them, and what looks to be Doug’s kidnapping.

The Hangover

A still from The Hangover

  • Release Date: June 5, 2009
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: Todd Phillips
  • Written By: Jon Lucas and Scott Moore
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 39 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $277.3M

Hall Pass (2011)

Hall Pass is the next irreverent comedy by the Farrelly Brothers, who made their Hollywood debut with Dumb And Dumber in 1994. Rick and Fred, two ordinary suburban males, star in their latest film. The males are in long-term relationships but are bored. They are continuously staring at other ladies. A doctor gives their irritated spouses a “Hall Pass.”

According to the doctor, if the men are given a week off from the wedding to behave in any way they like, they will come back to their spouses after experiencing the hardships of single life. The women go on a week-long vacation together. They also decide to utilize a Hall Pass, but only to mingle with other males.

Hall Pass

A still from Hall Pass

  • Release Date: February 25, 2011
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: Peter Farrelly and Robert Farrelly
  • Written By: Pete Jones, Peter Farrelly, Robert Farrelly, and Kevin Barnett
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 46 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $45.0M

Click (2006)

Click, Adam Sandler’s comedy features a moral message that is tainted by a liberal viewpoint. Michael Newman, played by Adam Sandler, is a Jewish architect attempting to become a partner in his business, but his employer keeps dragging him away from spending time with his family. A flustered assistant in a Bed, Bath and Beyond store hands Michael the latest, most strange universal remote.

Michael utilizes the remote to skip forward in his family’s life and gain a promotion. The remote begins automatically racing through the kind of family time he began skipping earlier. Michael quickly finds himself losing years of his life, which grows darker and worse as he grows older.


A still from Click

  • Release Date: June 23, 2006 
  • Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Frank Coraci
  • Written By: Steve Koren and Mark O’ Keefe
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 48 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $137.3M

Road Trip (2000)

Road Trip follows the tradition of tasteless slob comedy that began with National Lampoon’s Animal House in 1978. Animal House now appears to be Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm in comparison to road trip. In this one, a New York college student records himself having sexual relations with a gorgeous female who likes him.

The recording is inadvertently mailed to his childhood girlfriend, whom he assumed had abandoned him but was actually attending her grandfather’s funeral. He goes to Austin, Texas, with a couple of companions in tow, to recover the tape before his fiancée discovers it in her dorm.

Road Trip

A still from Road Trip

  • Release Date: May 19, 2000
  • Genre: Comedy 
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Todd Phillips
  • Written By: Todd Phillips and Scot Armstrong
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 33 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $68.5M

Me, Myself & Irene (2000)

Me, Myself & Irene, the next Farrelly Brothers picture, starring Jim Carrey as Charlie, a courteous, forgiving Rhode Island Highway Patrolman who responds to insults from others by creating a violent, repressed second personality.

He is Charlie the do-gooder on the one hand, and Hank the violent, sex-crazed monster on the other. The narrative centers around these damaged individuals and their encounters with Irene, who is fleeing an environmental offender set on destroying her.

Me, Myself & Irene

A still from Me, Myself & Irene

  • Release Date: June 23, 2000
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: Robert Farrelly and Peter Farrelly
  • Written By: Robert Farrelly, Peter Farrelly, and Mike Cerrone
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 57 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $90.6M

The Other Guys (2010)

The Other Guys is a ridiculous cartoon ode to the regular guy who works behind the scenes, particularly the typical police officer protecting society. Allen and Terry, two ordinary, mismatched investigators in New York, attempt to emulate the popularity of their two recently departed idols.

Allen, a mild-mannered guy, stumbles onto a Wall Street scheme to embezzle $32 billion. However, he and his colleague had several unlucky encounters with the fraudsters’ security crew.

Worse, their supervisor doesn’t believe there’s a fraud and doesn’t want them to create unneeded controversy with prominent individuals. Will these 0s be able to transform into superheroes and stop the evil lads?

The Other Guys

A still from The Other Guys

  • Release Date: August 6, 2010
  • Genre: Comedy, Action
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Adam McKay
  • Written By: Adam McKay and Chris Henchy
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 47 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $119.2M

Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000)

Dude, Where’s My Car? is a wacky adolescent comic movie about two wasted young men who can’t recall what they had done the night before. Jesse and Chester must really have done something terrible since their girlfriend phoned to say that their home has been wrecked and Jesse’s car has gone stolen.

Furthermore, the local blonde beauty informs Jesse that they spent a fabulous time in the back of his car. These idiots eventually discover that the spectacular events of the previous night had something to do with a bag full of money, a transgender stripper, and aliens from interstellar space.

Dude, Where's My Car?

A still from Dude, Where’s My Car?

  • Release Date: December 15, 2000
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Danny Leiner
  • Written By: Philip Stark
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 23 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $46.7M

Role Models (2008)

In the comedic Role Models, the court orders two energy drink pitchmen, Danny and Wheeler, to participate in a Big Brother mentorship program or risk jail time. That was a huge oversight. Wheeler is paired with a sassy fifth grader. Danny is entrusted to a geeky adolescent obsessed with a park fantasy game involving fake swords.

The four boys don’t get along at first, but they soon bond, although not always in positive ways. Things escalate when the youngster is forced out of the role-playing group when the group’s snobbish leader lies about him, and Danny protests.

Danny must determine how crucial it is to make apologies and regain the teenager’s favor.

Role Models

A still from Role Models

  • Release Date: November 7, 2008
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: R
  • Directed By: David Wain
  • Written By: David Wain, Paul Rudd, Ken Marino, Timothy Dowling, and William Blake Herron
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 39 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $67.3M

Meet the Fockers (2004)

Meet The Fockers continues from Meet The Parents. Greg, played by Ben Stiller, has finally proposed to his fiancée, Pam, in the sequel. Although he still dislikes his possible father-in-law, Jack Byrnes (played by Robert De Niro), he has determined that his parents should meet Pam’s parents.

When they arrive at Greg’s parents’ house, Greg’s super-relaxing, irresponsible parents, Bernie and Roz (played by Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand), grate on Jack’s nerves and vice versa.

Meet the Fockers

A still from Meet the Fockers

  • Release Date: December 22, 2004 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Jay Roach
  • Written By: John Hamburg, Jim Herzfeld, and Marc Hyman
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 55 Minutes
  • Language: English 
  • Box Office: $279.2M

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)

Anchorman is a wonderfully amusing film, but it also captures the era (the 1970s) and the way the technology of TV news was developing. Like Networks and Broadcasting Media, the film takes a humorous look at what goes on behind the scenes at a radio station. Anchorman is more bombastic and more stupid than any of the preceding films, yet it still gets the point.

Ron Burgundy

A still from Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

  • Release Date: July 9, 2004 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rated: PG-13
  • Directed By: Adam McKay
  • Written By: Adam McKay and Will Ferrell
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 35 Minutes
  • Language: English
  • Box Office: $84.1M

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