it’s been a long time The purest humor is in sadness. Producers know that with the rise of sitcoms, people like to laugh at home and don’t consider a living room the preferred place to do so. A movie theater is meant to feel the lived thrill or terror, but not to laugh. or not, at least because it’s a core component of the session: That’s why laughter is becoming an increasingly important part of Marvel movies, detective thrillers or youth adventure movies.
Whether it’s pure humor or not, We’ve rounded up thirteen movies saved from the chaotic 2022 that will at least make you laugh. Twelve little glimpses for an audience that swiftly (sadly) dismisses the humor and even gets angry when it becomes part of the plot of another genre film. No problem: Humor will always prevail.
‘Daggers in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion’
direction: Ryan Johnson Department: Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monae, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madeline Cline, Dave Bautista, Kate Hudson, Ethan Hawke
If the first installment of ‘Punales por el Espalda’ contained sarcasm but was in its essence a detective story, In his second part he has surrendered himself to Chufla without any concession. The portrayal of the absolutely pathetic Elon Musk (or Mark Zuckerberg) is the beginning of a film that laughs and points at the rich, having a good time messing with them and their customary applause that loops with the final joke. Let’s rotate A certain segment of the population will not like it, but it is appreciated that such a film exists.
Criticism in Espinoff by Randy Meeks | available on netflix
director: Mark Mylod Department: Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Ralph Fiennes, Hong Chow, John Leguizamo, Janet McTeer, Judith Light
And yet another humorous critique of the world of the rich and powerful. If ‘Stabs in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion’ is a narrative maze, ‘The Menu’ follows the same path, but takes dangerous turns along the way. What at first seems like a subtle parody of the foodie world soon reveals itself to be the darkest comedy of the year, a nightmare for characters that viewers can enjoy amid smiles and laughs. Make no mistake, this isn’t an appetizer: This is a unique, top-notch dish.
Criticism in Espinoff by George Loser
direction: Jeff Tremaine Department: Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Jason Acuna, Ehren McGhee, Preston Lacy, Dave England, Eric Andre
In the context of pure and harsh laughter, the uncontrollable one that comes from within and you can’t stop it no matter how hard you try, Twilight’s latest installment of ‘Jackass’ takes the cake. In fact, there is no surprise here how it works (but there is how it works) and, therefore, nothing to blame Johnny Knoxville and his friends, who again use the most creative methods Let’s come together to give ourselves pain. One to highlight a scene with a bear, another with a ping pong paddle and an ending to remember because of the unexpected. Never has there been so much love behind a movie about punching yourself in the genitals.
Criticism in Espinoff by Randy Meeks | available on prime video
‘Chip and Chop: The Rescue Guardians’
direction: Akiva Schaefer Department: Kiki Layne, Chris Parnell, Andy Samberg, John Mulaney, Will Arnett, JK Simmons, Eric Bana, Seth Rogen
Controversial to some, insufficient to others, no one in their 2022 pool had it that Chip and Chop’s return was going to give them something to talk about. And yet its meta comedy (Arrival at the Uncanny Valley is necessary) works in a time when we’re already used to seeing it on film and television. maybe it’s because It doesn’t try to be more adult than it is, because it’s still a chip and chop movie Or because The Lonely Island’s humor speaks between frames, but easy laughs are inevitable with the return of two of Disney’s most remembered rescuers (with permission from Kangarooland).
Criticism in Espinoff by Randy Meeks | Available on Disney+
‘The Inside Outtake’
direction: Bo Burnham Department: Bo Burnham
In 2021, Bo Burnham breaks his five-year silence as a comedian on ‘Make Happy’ with a new comedy special filmed during the pandemic … and about the pandemic. ‘Inside’ was the funniest (and devastating) thing of his year, and Bo in 2022 gives us everything that didn’t go away in that hour and a half: His givers are better than most other people who are capable of giving. A tour de force through the creative mind of a desperate artist who, even at his worst, is capable of making things like ‘The Chicken’ or ‘1985’. An amazing pairing that brings us back to a genius in his purest form.
Criticism in Espinoff by Victor López | available on youtube
‘Thor: Love and Thunder’
direction: Taika Waititi Department: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale, Tessa Thompson, Chris Pratt, Taika Waititi, Jaimie Alexander, Karen Gillan
I wondered until the last second whether it was worth creating internet enmity with the inclusion of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder,’ but above all, honesty. I had a great time with the character in the fourth part, I laughed at Waititi’s antics and the jokes worked for me. I understand that was too much for a lot of people, but personally I was somewhat reconciled to Phase 4, thanks to this little galactic nonsense with a great Christian Bale, who clearly Didn’t know what movie he was in. Was ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Better? Yes, even if it is for the surprise factor. Does the combination of idiotic humor and epic action hit the spot? Well it depends on the person I guess. I couldn’t be more diplomatic with a tape whose funniest joke has to do with a bleating goat.
Criticism in Espinoff by Victor López | Available on Disney+
‘DC League of Super Pets’
direction: Jared Stern and Sam Levin Department: Dwayne Johnson, Kate McKinnon, Natasha Lyonne, Ben Schwartz, John Krasinski, Kevin Hart
This is the better of the two movies Dwayne Johnson has released for DC this year., And it’s not even a joke: Krypto, Ace and the rest of the super pets rescue the naive adventurous spirit of a company that has lost its search for seriousness and fabulousness. The comedy has timing measured to perfection and, once the resolution caught by the hair is passed, It is thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. to be honest? Hopefully James Gunn has a sequel in mind.
Criticism in Espinoff by Victor López | Available on HBO Max
‘Camera Cafe: The Movie’
direction: Ernest Seville Department: Arturo Valls, Carlos Chamaro, Ana Milan, Carolina Cerezuela, Joaquin Reyes, Marta Belenguer, Alex O’Dougherty, Esperanza Pedreno, Ingrid Garcia Jonsson
Spanish comedy has been in a little coma this year between the usual childishness of Santiago Segura (doubling this time) and a high-concept effort that doesn’t quite hit the nail on the head (‘Espejo, espejo’, ‘Supposedly) today’ ). So Film adaptation of ‘Camera Cafe’ lauds honest comedyWhich goes with everything from the first to the last minute, ruining the development of the witty humor that we already felt in the wonderful series ‘Chapter 0’ as well as the nostalgia and innovation until it ends in a crazy competition I was told by the person who was giving the dose that I was going to the Llanos. You can more or less like it, but you can’t be more transparent in your intentions.
Criticism in Espinoff by Mikel Zorrilla | Available in Movistar Plus+
‘Bob’s Burgers: The Movie’
direction: Lorraine Bouchard and Bernard Derryman Department: H. Jon Benjamin, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, Larry Murphy, John Roberts, Kristen Schaal
It took 13 seasons for the kindest (and perhaps for that reason, most poignant) cartoon series for adults to get its own movie. True, it doesn’t quite encapsulate the spirit of ‘Bob’s Burgers’ Wanted to make the story as epic as possible, but it’s a fan cameo fest, the characters are still as fun as ever (and the longest-running fan-discussed-secrets are revealed) and the songs are brilliant. . This may be a little frustrating for me, but That doesn’t mean he has absolutely hilarious moments.
Criticism in Espinoff by Randy Meeks | Available on Disney+
‘Minions: The Origin of Gru’
direction: Kyle Balda Department: Pierre Coffin, Steve Carell, Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Yeoh, RZA, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Lucy Lawless, Dolph Lundgren
if a year ago they told me Will End Up Including a Minion Film in the Best Comedies of the Year I can not believe it. But, nevertheless, this prequel to ‘Gru: My Favorite Villain’ (as well as the sequel to ‘The Minions’) is one of the funniest parts of the saga, with the emotional component moist to offer. A festival of abuses, jokes and bananas With a charismatic anti-villain group that is given little role. If the rest of the franchise is going to remain like this, then whatever comes next, move forward.
Criticism in Espinoff by Randy Meeks
‘Look how they run’
direction: Tom George Department: Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, Adrien Brody, Ruth Wilson, David Oyelowo, Harris Dickinson, Sian Clifford
The only problem with ‘Look How They Go’ is that it came out the same year as the sequel to ‘Daggers in the Back’, which play the same but better, Otherwise, this satire of serial spies is as funny as it is lighthearted, with guest appearances, ‘mousetrap’ references, and full fourth-wall breaking: Its first half hour is a roller coaster but it doesn’t manage to make you feel the same again after that. Of course, this is the most enjoyable and fun trip that we want to repeat soon.
Criticism in Espinoff by Mikel Zorrilla
Puss in Boots: The Last Wish
direction: Joel Crawford, Genuel Mercado Department: Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Harvey Guillen, Florence Pugh, John Mulaney, Olivia Colman
developing the ‘Shrek’ saga and combining it with the animation of ‘Spider-Man: A New Universe’, The biggest hurdle was the second part of ‘Puss in Boots’ releasing a week after ‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’., And that’s a shame, because Antonio Banderas nails his character, who, far from repeating the mistakes of the first part, exposes himself as a man with different layers of depth, on occasion with a group of charismatic and playful secondary, This is my favorite hero.
Criticism in Espinoff by Randy Meeks
direction: Domi Shi Department: Rosalie Chiang, Sandra Oh, Ava Morse, Hyeon Park, Orion Lee, Wai Ching Ho
‘Lightyear’ hit the theaters the same year, Pixar conquered streaming with a story as universal as it was: of a girl who symbolizes her rite of passage to maturity by becoming a giant red panda. Beyond the absurd controversies that always arise when a Pixar movie is released (in this case it had to do with some compression), ‘Raid’ is as hilarious as it is tender and sentimental, proving that the current of humor is still alive.
Criticism in Espinoff by Mikel Zorrilla | Available on Disney+