The best comedy movies 2022: ranking from worst to best

    Let’s have a laugh with best comedy movies 2022 We review a good list of essential titles to have a hilarious time, from the most recommended Netflix movies to watch, such as the heavy ‘Metal Lords’ or ‘BigBug’, the latest surrealist idea by Frenchman Jean-Pierre Jeunet, to animated hits like ‘Red’, one of the best Pixar movies that came directly to Disney +. There is no shortage of premieres on the big screen, such as JLo’s latest romance in ‘Marry Me’ (Maluma included), the wild spree of ‘Jackass Forever’ or the return to the office of ‘Camera Café, the movie’. Eye, what This list will be updated with new releasesdon’t miss a single one!

    Obviously, the ranking also includes the new Judd Apatow and the antepenultimate wave of American comedy. And the thing is, although ‘The Bubble’ isn’t exactly dazzling, we’re talking about the type that He has been dedicated to spice up a thug humor and fast consumption for thirty years with characters as foul-mouthed as they are complex, plots that would fit into independent dramas and reflections on life through jokes.

    “I’ve had movies that have crashed with terrible reviews, I’ve had movies that have made a lot of money with terrible reviews, I’ve had movies that have had good reviews and made money. And of course, what I like the most is that the movies do well and critics like them,” Apatow acknowledges. “I love magazines and film critics, so I suck it up. I’m not one of those people who says ‘I never read anything.’ I generally read everything.”

    So far, three of the best Spanish comedies have managed to climb to the top of the list and that is, if there is something that people like in Spain, it is to laugh, especially at ourselves. Every year the genre brings us an incredible harvest of films with which to laugh out loud in the movie theater since the seventh art arrived in the country. “Is there a type of humor from La Mancha? It seems that it can be deduced that yes. I would not say that I identify with it, because identifying with something is almost like saying an exact copy, but it is a humor with which I laugh and have a good time “, we discovered in our interview with José Luis Cuerda. “How can you be optimistic in the world we live in? I’m older, more experienced and more pessimistic. The dumbest fool in creation is the billionaire, who doesn’t seem to know that he won’t be able to enjoy the billions that he wants to accumulate, because he is going to die sooner”.

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‘Dog. Wild Ride’ (Reid Carolin, Channing Tatum)

Briggs must accompany the wild Lulu on a wild ride up the West Coast to a friend’s funeral.

Pending labeling among the best and worst Channing Tatum moviesthe actor debuts as a director (along with Reid Carolin) with this “road movie” a la ‘Partners and bloodhounds’ (Roger Spottiswoode, 1989) which, although it does not have the charm of that one, includes the occasional hilarious scene.


‘The Bubble’ (Judd Apatow)

A group of actors and actresses trapped in a hotel due to the pandemic try to finish shooting a movie. With Karen Gillan, Pedro Pascal, Leslie Mann, Maria Bakalova, David Duchovny, Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Armisen, Maria Bamford and Kate McKinnon in its cast, what could possibly go wrong?

“What he has in the cast he lacks in… well, in everything else”, acknowledges Gabriella Geisinger in her review of ‘The Bubble’. “It’s not funny. There are jokes. Some of them even work. But they work like the last bite of an overly rich dessert: nauseous and full of regret.”


‘Metal Lords’ (Peter Sollett)

Hunter and Kevin are two outcast teens who decide to turn to metal to win their high school battle of the bands.

Months after DB Weiss and David Benioff left HBO behind for another considerable contract, this ‘Metal Lords’ was released, the new Netflix movie from the creators of ‘Game of Thrones’, one of their projects for the platform in which they are credited as writers and producers.


‘Big Bug’ (Jean-Pierre Jeunet)

In a quiet residential neighborhood, four home robots suddenly decide to kidnap their owners from their own home. Trapped between four walls, a not too well-matched family, an indiscreet neighbor and her efficient sex android are forced to endure an increasingly delusional situation.

Jean-Pierre Jeunet goes to Netflix but does not forget his dream world of the impossible.


‘The Bad Guys’ (Pierre Perifel)

Five notorious criminals try to pull off their toughest mission yet: be good.

Based on the illustrated books of the same name by Aaron Blabey, Universal Pictures presents this hilarious animated adventure about predators trying to play nice. In the original version, Sam Rockwell, Awkwafina, Marc Maron, Anthony Ramos, and Zazie Beetz lent their voices to the characters. In the Spanish dubbing they are, among others, Peter Alonso, Santi Millan, Joaquin Reyes Y Sarah Carbonero.


‘Marry me’ (Kat Coiro)

A pop star is dumped by her fiancé moments before her wedding at Madison Square Garden, so she decides to marry a man she randomly selects from the audience.

“Owen Wilson and J-Lo manage to be much further and well above the usual romcom,” says Fausto Fernández in his review of ‘Marry Me’. “They ensure that everything that is unoriginal and archetypal about the genre and its characters has an instant (intimate and precious) of absolute truth within that wonderful lie that is cinema. A moment as bright as seeing Geneva’s face bathed in the summer sun and being unable to leave her in that season of the year.”


‘Mirror, mirror’ (Marc Crehuet)

Four people in crisis, who work for the same cosmetics company, fight for what they want while facing their own reflections in the mirror. Ambition, fear, love and betrayal are mixed in a story about identity. Sometimes your worst enemy is yourself.

Santi Millan, Malena Altherio, Natalie de Molina Y Carlos Areces star in this hidden gem by Marc Crehuet full of reflections. “To remind us that, from time to time, intelligence also inhabits Spanish comedy”, pointed out our review of ‘Espejo, Espejo’.


‘I want you back’ (Jason Orley)

Thirty-somethings Peter (Charlie Day, ‘Hanging in Philadelphia’) and Emma (Jenny Slate, who we also see in ‘Everywhere at Once’) are dumped by their partners at the same time, and worst of all: by people much more attractive and interesting than them. So, for the good of all, they will decide to team up to sabotage them and get their exes back forever.

One of those underrated romantic comedies that you should revisit with a tremendous premise that came straight to Prime Video and deserves this spot on the list.


‘The world is yours’ (Alfonso Sánchez)

Rafi, completely bankrupt, travels to a farm where the Spanish high society is going to celebrate a hunt. He wants to sell his Euroferia to finally hit the ball. Inside is Fali, who has been reprogrammed, and is no longer a compadre. Together they will discover that the meeting is a collusion to sell the emptied Spain to the Chinese government.

An accurate comedy (even very Monty Python in its most surreal moments), agile and rowdy that draws blood in each sequence shot and exudes gall in each comic situation.

Review of ‘The world is yours’


‘Everything at once everywhere’ (Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert)

When an interdimensional rift alters reality, Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh), a Chinese immigrant to the United States, is thrown into a wild adventure where only she can save the world. Lost in the endless worlds of the multiverse, this unexpected heroine must harness her newfound powers to battle the strange and perplexing dangers of the multiverse as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

The excessive, gratuitous and puzzle film by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert owes a lot to the Pythons, at least to one of them: Terry Gilliam“, points out Fausto Fernández in his review of ‘Everything at once everywhere’.


Ninjababy (Yngvild Sve Flikke)

At the age of 23, Rakel’s life changes when she finds out, perhaps too late, that she is pregnant. Rakel is an illustrator and loves being involved in different projects, but raising a baby? Rakel must face that question sooner than expected, and her surprise is double: she is six months pregnant, so there is no option to abort. She loves beer, drugs and sex without attachments, she has no interest in being a mother. Before making any decision, she begins to draw her “ninjababy” who will not make things easy for her.

“Yngvild Sve Flikke (‘Women in Oversized Men’s Shirts’) draws Rakel’s stumbles and scratches from sympathy, in line with the bittersweet existentialism of her compatriot Joachim Trier“, says Mariona Borrull in her review of ‘Ninjababy’.


‘Camera Café, the movie’ (Ernesto Sevilla)

Quesada, Julián, Marimar, Cañizares, Victoria and company will face a crisis that is about to sink the company and, what is worse, it will have to be saved by its new director, who is nothing more and nothing less than the king of escaqueo, Cheese.

Pólvora Films, the production company of Arturo Valls that has already given us jewels such as ‘The tunnel’ (Pepón Montero, 2017) and ‘Time after’ (José Luis Cuerda, 2018), now gives us this jewel. For those who wondered what lay beyond the critical aisle of ‘Camera Cafe, the movie‘.

Mei Lee, a slightly awkward but confident 13-year-old girl, is torn between being the obedient daughter her mother wants her to be and the chaos of adolescence. Ming, her protector and slightly demanding mother, is never separated from her, which is an undesirable situation for a teenager.

Domee Shi, winner of the Oscar for best animated short for ‘Bao’ (2018), directs and signs the script for ‘Red’ after having worked in the animation department on ‘Inside Out’, ‘Arlo’s journey ‘, ‘Incredibles 2’ and ‘Toy Story 4’.

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Jackass Forever (Jeff Tremaine)

‘Jackass Forever’ (Jeff Tremaine, 2022), the fourth film based on ‘Jackass’ (Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, 2000), the series in which different specialists, skateboarders and famous professionals put their bodies to the test with painful, disgusting and hilarious tests.

With 85% positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, the new craze from Johnny Knoxville and company has been a box office success in the United States and an escape route for everyone who has decided to buy their ticket.

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