Get ready to laugh this summer with some hilarious, adult comedies that will have you in stitches. If you're done with superheroes and can't deal with drama during the hotter months, then slip into some light comedy for a refreshing summer treat.
Controversial comedian Sacha Baron Cohen strikes again with this comedy about an African dictator who is left penniless and powerless in New York. The comedian is sure to incite some backlash with jokes about terrorism and antisemitism. It has been said that Baron Cohen's dictator character may have been inspired by real life leader Moammar Gaddafi.
Cohen struck a chord earlier this year when he pulled a publicity stunt on Ryan Seacrest at the Oscars. The bold comedian, dressed in character, dumped an urn of ashes the actor claimed were the remains of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il on a shocked Seacrest.
Seth MacFarlane, the writer and creator of television's successful and hilarious "Family Guy" series has written his first movie. "Ted" stars Mark Wahlberg as a man whose childhood teddy bear is still hanging around -- and talking. The bear (voiced by MacFarlane himself) is foul-mouthed and intent on ruining his owner's very existence. There may be a stuffed animal involved, but this movie is strictly for grownups!
Seth Rogen has co-written a script that brings together some hilarious comedic actors. Ben Stiller, Jonah Hill, and Vince Vaughn star as members of a neighborhood crime watch who end up getting involved with aliens.
The premise is totally out there, especially when the dads have to defend the planet from an extraterrestrial threat, but promises to be funny thanks to the all-star cast involved.
Ferrell plays a senator embroiled in a sex scandal while Galifianakis is his opponent on the ballot. The two men go at each other's throats on the campaign trail, complete with crazy stunts inspired by real-life cutthroat campaigns. Roach claims that with today's political climate, the movie doesn't seem too far-fetched!
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