Period 2 Mr. Miller
I adore comedy films. Comedy films really make me happy, because I am a person who attains great fulfillment out of simple laughter. After all who does not relish a good laugh? I have seen a range of comedies from stand-up comedy with Mike Epps, to Wedding crashers. I am absolutely a fiend for comical movies. However I do enjoy a plethora of movie types from comedy, romance, action, biography, historical, and horror. Diversity is integral when it comes to movies because you’ll never completely know what you do not like. Comedy being my favorite genre of film contains my favorite comedy movies; Friday, Next Friday, and Friday After Next. With that being stated a fairly questionable question is formed: Which of these films is the funniest ever made?
Determining which of these films is the funniest of the trio is quite the task. Considering the potential of laughter each of these movies spawn, combined with the excellent collaboration of actors.
Deciding which of these movies is the funniest required me to create a criterion chart in order to break the films down. In order to adequately judge them each based upon a certain set of standards. The criterion I felt was most vital was the ending. Simply because I am an advocate in the saying it’s not how you start but how you finish. I feel as though if a movie does not have a smooth understandable ending, it takes away from the appeal to the film as a whole. Next is the authenticity if you’re going to be playing the “bad guy” you better have some compelling evidence to bolster your actions. After all who wants to see a bad guy that’s been puritanical his whole life? It’s like oil and water they just do not mix. Laugh ability is also a huge factor in judging comical film; I always ask myself how much potential does this movie has to make me laugh. Truly I enjoy deep uncontrolled laughter it really makes me cheerful. Last is the cast...
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