Technically, the word itself derives from the ancient Greek, kinema, meaning movement. Historically, it’s a shortened version of French cinematography, an invention of two brothers, Auguste and Louis Lumiere, that combined kinema with another Greek root, graphein, meaning to write or record. But cinema is much more than the intersection of art and technology.
It is, more importantly, a powerful medium of communication. Like language itself, cinema is a surrounding and enveloping substance that carries with it what it means to be human in a specific time and place.
That is to say, it mediates our experience of the world, helps us make sense of things, and in doing so, often helps shape the world itself. It’s why we often find ourselves confronted by some extraordinary event and find the only way to describe it is: “It was like a movie.”
After all, nice talk, let’s dive into the ocean and see what the best comedy movies of 2019 have for you.
- MURDER MYSTERY
A New York police officer and his wife take a vacation to Europe to rekindle their romance. Due to an accidental encounter, they are accused of killing an old wealthy man.
IMDB – 6.0 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 44%
- KNIVES OUT
A well-known author of mystery fiction named Harlan Thrombey is discovered dead during his 85th birthday celebrations. However, as investigator Benoit Blanc looks into the matter, a plot with evil motives comes to light.
IMDB – 7.4 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 97%
- YES GOD YES
After an innocent AOL chat turns racy, a Catholic teenager in the early 2000s discovers masturbation and struggles to suppress her new urges in the face of eternal damnation. She finds herself having tempting thoughts after that AOL chat turns unexpectedly racy.
IMDB – 6.1 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 98%
- FORD Vs FERRARI
Carroll Shelby, an automotive designer, and Ken Miles, a racing driver, are working together to build a pioneering vehicle and compete against the Ferrari race cars.
IMDB – 8.1 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 90%
- WHAT MAN WANT
A female sports agent develops the ability to hear men’s thoughts and utilizes it to her advantage after years of being outmatched by males in the field.
IMDB – 5.3 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 42%
- DREAM GIRL
Karamveer is hired in a contact centre thanks to his ability to talk in a woman’s voice. He soon builds himself a big fan base, but eventually, his overly passionate patrons cause him trouble.
IMDB – 7.2 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 50%
- THE DEAD DON’T DIE
The residents of Centerville, a typical and peaceful town, are unclear about what to do when a zombie apocalypse starts.
IMDB – 5.4 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 55%
- GUNS AKIMBO
A video game developer named Miles unintentionally finds himself the next victim in a live online deathmatch. Miles quickly becomes adept at escaping from situations, but Nix, a murderer at the top of her game, won’t be outlasted by that.
IMDB – 6.3 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 51%
- ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
In 1960s Los Angeles, Rick, a faded actor, and Cliff, his stunt double, fight to regain their popularity and fortune. They face a number of detours and turn on their objective.
IMDB – 7.6 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 85%
- THE LAST CHRISTMAS
Katarina, a promising vocalist who is influenced by ambivalence, works as an elf in Central London. However, when she meets Tom, she has a new outlook on life.
IMDB – 6.5 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 46%
Cinema carries with it a certain mystique as well as being an ongoing, collaborative social experiment in which we are all participants. We all know it’s an illusion, just like in any decent magic show.
We are all aware that no magician in the world can truly make anything float or cut someone in half. All of it is a trick. a trick used to keep the illusion alive. But we’ve all decided to fall for our own tricks.
The same is true of film. A century’s worth of trickery has been used to deceive a group of people who have known all along. These will be the best movies to laugh together and make this moment of your life a comedy time to enjoy with family and friends.
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