8 Best Adult Comedy Films Of All Time

Fans like you have ranked all of the best Adult comedy films ever created from best to worst. What makes a vulgar comedy good?

They’re all obviously intercourse flicks, so that puts people in a nice vibe from the start. It’s always strange movies, which is intriguing, especially when mixed with humour. When you buy an unrated version of any other type of film, you’re actually simply getting some extra footage that was probably removed for a reason, and you’re wasting a half-hour of your time. This list has it all, including Hollywood films that are some of the Best Adult comedy films that you must be over the age of 18 to watch.

Anyway, this is a wonderful place to start if you’re searching for a nice adult comedy.

1. Superbad

Directors – Lyle Workman

2007- Comedy/Teen – 1h 53m

8 Best Adult Comedy Films Of All Time
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Superbad is a 2007 American comedy film directed by Greg Mottola and produced by Judd Apatow about a group of adolescent friends. Seth and Evan, two teens ready to graduate from high school, are played by Jonah Hill and Michael Cera. The boys want to party and lose their virginity before graduation, but their plan turns out to be more difficult than they anticipated. The script was written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg when they were 13 years old, and it was partially based on their experiences in Grade 12 at Point Grey Secondary School in Vancouver in the 1990s.

The two writers’ given names are shared by the main characters. Rogen was also supposed to play Seth at first, but due to his age and physical size, he was replaced, and Hill took over as Seth, while Rogen played the careless Officer Michaels, opposite Saturday Night Live’s Bill Hader as Officer Slater.

2. The Girl Next Door

Director – Luke Greenfield

2004 – Romance/Comedy – 1h 48m

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Matthew Kidman (Emile Hirsch) is an eighteen-year-old straight-arrow overachiever who has never truly lived life… until he falls in love with his new neighbour, the lovely and seemingly innocent Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert). Matthew’s sheltered world begins to spin out of control when he realises the ideal girl next door is a former porn star. Finally, Danielle assists Matthew in breaking free from his shell and realising that sometimes you have to risk everything for the one you love.

3. Project X

Director – Nima Nourizadeh

2012 – Comedy – 1h 28m

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Thomas (Thomas Mann), Costa (Oliver Cooper), and JB (Jonathan Daniel Brown) are three unnamed high school seniors determined to make a name for themselves. But how can they leave an indelible mark on the annals of high school history? Of course, with a huge bash! The concept is harmless enough, but nothing could have prepared the three pals for what was about to happen. Dreams are shattered, records are blemished, and legends are born as word of the soiree’s brilliance spreads.

4. Borat

Director – Larry Charles

2006 – Comedy / Mockumentary – 1h 24m

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When Borat, a prominent Kazakh reporter (Sacha Baron Cohen), visits the United States to record a documentary on what makes America wonderful, he encounters some outrageous circumstances. He offends almost everyone he encounters along the way, falls in love with actress Pamela Anderson, and embarks on a cross-country trek to marry her.

Borat is hilarious, spleen-bursting hilarious, albeit you might ask if these are the types of jokes you should be laughing at.

5. American Pie

Directors – Jon Hurwitz, Jesse Dylan, Paul Weitsz, Hayden Schlossberg, JB Rogers

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The most highly anticipated — and most humiliating — rite of adulthood, known as losing one’s virginity, is explored in this raucous and profane comedy. A group of buddies, fed up with their well-deserved reputations as sexual no-hitters, decide to take action in this humorous lesson in life, love, and desire.

This highly charming ensemble chuckler’s crisp script and direction nail every cheesy joke and bizarre sight gag with considerable gusto.

6. Hangover Trilogy

Directors – Todd Phillips

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Doug (Justin Bartha) and three buddies (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis) go to Las Vegas two days before his wedding for a crazy and spectacular bachelor party. In fact, when the three groomsmen wake up the next morning, they have no recollection of the previous night’s events and are unable to locate Doug. With little time to spare, the three blurry companions try to retrace their ways and locate Doug in time for him to walk down the aisle in Los Angeles.

7. The 40 Year Old Virgin

Directors – Lyle Workman

2005 – Comedy / Romance – 1h 56m

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Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) works at a big-box shop and is a pleasant single man. Andy, who lives alone, spends his free time playing video games and organising his action figure collection. Andy has never had sex, despite his age, and his buddies, particularly the laid-back David (Paul Rudd), encourage him to do so. Andy meets local store owner Trish (Catherine Keener) while striving to overcome his discomfort among female customers, and the two begin a cautious romance.

There’s not much to it, but if the title piques your interest, the ridiculous, guilty-pleasure laughter will keep coming.

8. Dictator

Directors – Larry Charles

2012 – Comedy / Dark Comedy – 1 h

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Gen. Aladeen (Sacha Baron Cohen) has ruled the oil-rich North African country of Wadiya since he was six years old, when his father was murdered in a hunting accident by 97 stray bullets and a hand grenade. After another body-double is killed in an assassination attempt, Aladeen’s uncle and most trusted adviser, Tamir (Ben Kingsley), persuades Aladeen to travel to New York.

Unfortunately, exiled Wadiyans, who want their homeland freed from Aladeen’s dictatorial reign, have a cold greeting for him. The Dictator is laugh-out-loud comedy at its best, if you’re not easily offended.

Sex comedies are also the best unrated films of all time, because when a “unrated version” of a comedy you saw in theatres is released on home video, you get all the adult, “not safe for theatres” content that wasn’t in the theatrical release. What are your thoughts on these Hilariously best adult comedy films?


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