A Review on Best 10 Comedies of All-Time

Safety Last, which was release in 1923, was a story about an energetic, American youth who will do anything to show his girl that he is a successful man in the city. The film was directed by Fred C. Newmeyer and Sam Taylor, and actor is Harold Lloyd. This movie is remembered for its thrilling climax and humorous stunts on the edge of a twelve-story building.

The gold Rush in 1925 is all about Chaplin’s slapstick comedy, social satire and tender dramatic moments. Little Tramp portrayed by Chaplin is the most popular character. A classic scene in this movie is Little Tramp eating his own shoes out of starvation.

The general in 1927 is about two lovers. Perhaps, this is considered as the most distant of all silent comedies. This movie is an imaginative sequence of Bustone Keaton comedy.

Duck Soup is Marx Brothers and director Leo McCarey’s greatest and funniest classic comedy of all times. But this is a brilliant satire and mockery blundering of Fascism.

It happened one night, which was released in1934, is one of the greatest romantic comedies. This is a pioneer screwball comedy film. The story takes place during the time of depression and casts pairing or mismatched couple Gable and Colbert.

A night at the opera featured in1935 is a musical comedy. This was Thirteen Marx Brothers’ most popular film and it brought financial success to them.

My man Godferey in 1936 is a screwball comedy of a forgotten man. This film was directed by Gregory La Cava.

The awful Truth in 1937 is about two married divorcee. The producer or director is Leo McCarey and the story is about witty marital mismatches and hilarious romantic hostility of Cary and Irene.

Brining up baby in 1938 is about the screwball comedy of Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. It was directed by the most versatile director Howard Hawk and considered as the most definitive screwball film.

His girl Friday (1940) is Howard Hawks’s modern-style screwball comedy. Though this movie runs for 3 hours, it is known for its breathtaking and fast moving story with enough dialogues. This movie emphasizes the argument about women who are in between marriage or career.