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top 6 best action-comedy movies off all time

The comedy genre is very close to their heart for every audience who watches movies. But if it is accompanied by some action-packed sequences then it is like a monkey with a bomb. So, today we will talk and know about some of the best action comedy movies.

Who doesn’t want to laugh and forget some of their sorrows? Such is the power of comedy and just spice it up with some action to quell some anger. So, here are the 6 best action comedy movies of all time, all humorous and funny, for you to enjoy

1. Jumanji: The Next Level 

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Release date : 13 December 2019 (USA)
Director : Jake Kasdan
Written by : Jake Kasdan
Budget : $125–132 million

Jumanji: The Next Level is an American fantasy adventure action comedy film and the sequel to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. The film is about a group of teenagers and an old friend trapped in Jumanji.

This is the third film in the Jumanji series. Inside Jumanji, they have to fight old and new avatars and villains in order to survive. The film was a huge commercial success and received positive critical reviews for its plot.

2. Shaun of the Dead

Everyone loves an underdog except his ex-girlfriend. Amidst the monotony of day-to-day life, Sean (Simon Pegg) is thrown into an absolute zombie apocalypse.

Maybe he’ll die. Or maybe he can save the day and show everyone how great he really is. Either way, Shaun of the Dead will ask you to reconsider every time you complain about your “boring” life.

Release date : 9 April 2004 (United Kingdom)
Director : Edgar Wright
Written by : Simon Pegg
Budget : $6.1 million

3. Spy

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Release date : 19 June 2015 (India)
Director : Paul Feig
Written by : Paul Feig
Budget : $65 million

Some may have cast Melissa McCarthy as an action star, but she pulls it off wonderfully in Spy, while also remaining her usually hilarious self. McCarthy plays a desk worker at a detective agency who is fielded on a mission.

Have a fun time playing against the expectations of the audience with the casting of the film. McCarthy is very impressive in the film’s fight sequence, while Jason Statham has some of the funniest performances in the film as an over-the-top and dim-witted superspy.

4. The Sleepover

Malin Ackerman and Joe Manganiello star in this family-friendly Netflix original about twin siblings who discover their common mother is actually a badass in the witness protection program.

The action comedy was directed by Trish Shea, screenplay by Sarah Rothschild. Sleepover was a real hit for Netflix, one of the service’s top shows since its release.

Release date : August 21, 2020 (USA)
Director : Trish Sie
Written by : Sarah Rothschild
Budget : $10 million

5. Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse

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Release date : 14 December 2018 (India)
Directors : Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti, Rodney Rothman
Written by : Phil Lord
Budget : $90 million

This movie is not technically part of the MCU, so we included it. Also, it’s nice to have an animated action movie on the list. Worlds collide, literally, many spider people.

and even a single Spider-Ham, find themselves in the same universe. The stylization is wild, and the film is fun and exciting in equal measure. Enter the Spiderverse on Netflix.

6. Ted

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Release date : 26 October 2012 (India)
Directors : Seth MacFarlane
Written by : Seth MacFarlane
Budget : $50–65 million

Meet John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) and Ted (voiced by Seth MacFarlane): a pair of pot-smoking underachievers who have been best friends for more than 20 years. Ted, however, just happens to be a anthropomorphic teddy bear

and John’s long-suffering girlfriend (Mila Kunis) is tired of his immature antics. Can their friendship meet the demands of adulthood? Co-written and directed by MacFarlane, Ted is a hilarious reminder of the need for R-rated comedy.

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  1. 1 Terminator 2 (1991) – 8.5.
    2 Léon: The Professional (1994) – 8.5.
    3 Gladiator (2000) – 8.5.
    4 Seven Samurai (1954) – 8.6.
    5 Harakiri (1962) – 8.6.

  2. 1 Harrison Ford. Lucasfilm Limited.
    2 Tom Cruise. Paramount Pictures.
    3 Sigourney Weaver. 20th Century Fox.
    4 Keanu Reeves. Warner Brothers.
    5 Kurt Russell. AVCO Embassy Pictures.

  3. 1 Billy Dee Williams. Icon Status — 9.
    2 Chadwick Boseman. Icon Status — 9.
    3 Danny Glover. Icon Status — 8.
    4 Donald Glover. Icon Status — 8.
    5 Ernie Hudson. Icon Status — 5.