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These days like never before, people need some fun. This routine during quarantine, require some incredible comedies. We decided to collect the best comedies which are likewise a few titles on here that you probably won't have seen. 

1) “Juno” (2007)

The story of a young girl, Ellen Page, who gets pregnant by her new sweetheart, Michael Cera, and chooses to give her child for adoption to an elitist couple, Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman, is a comedy packed up with a lot of emotional moments. This movie won the title of Best Original Screenplay Oscar, which earned $231 million worldwide. 

2) “Old School” (2003)

A lawyer and his two mates plan to relive their glory days by building a fraternity house next to their old college campus. A funny movie, that never gets old, can easily entertain you during this boring evenings during quarantine.

3) “The Hangover” ( Part I, II, III)

Three best men and the groom take a road trip to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. They wake up the next day and have no idea where is the groom and all their money. The next 2 parts of the movie are also totally fun, in each movie there is a new groom and a real hangover. They are trying to remember what they have done the last night and every moment becomes a challenge.

4) “Bridsmaids” (2011)

A cool comedy and melodrama “Bridesmaids” will be an easy and fun ending to the day if you want to relax.  The story is about the bride and her best girlfriends, who escort the heroine to a difficult voyage along the waves of family life.  And, of course, the bachelorette party is traditionally suitable for parting with an unmarried and free flutter. The life of the main character is turned upside down.  Of course, unhappy and unrequited love. When she learns that her friend, and in the future not only a friend, is engaged, she finds no place for herself.

5) “The other women” (2014)

Carly is a confident blonde who has always been popular with men and never aspired to a permanent relationship.  However, after she met the ideal man Mark, she had feelings for him, which soon grew into real jealousy. Suspecting him of treason, the girl decides to follow him, after which she meets his wife Kate.  Together they decide to avenge the man for treason, but soon find out that he has another woman - the young beauty Amber. From this moment, the club of offended women will do everything possible to ruin Mark’s life. 

6) “The Hustle” (2019)

How to become a successful scam?  Always be fully equipped: high heels, bright lipstick, and most importantly - stretch underwear.  Be ready to cry at any time. No man can resist women's tears. Take everything that is “bad” and shines well.  Behind every million, there may be a billion. Do not deny yourself the pleasure of checking.

7) “Bad Boys for Life” (2020)

Detectives Mike Lowry and Marcus Burnett are back in business!  True, they are excluded from all operations, but has anything desperate friends ever stopped anything?  After all, this time someone from his past life opens the hunt for Mike. So the guys have to anneal to the fullest!

8) “Why him?” (2016)

Since the birth of her daughter Stephanie, the hero of the comedy film "Why is he?"  - Ned Fleming is very attached to her, because she was his little princess and became almost the center of the universe.  Over the years, he watched the little girl turn into a beautiful woman. Ned believes that no one is worthy of Stephanie, but the daughter still decided to introduce the family to her lover.  To do this, Ned with his wife Barb and son Scottie comes to Stanford to stay in the house of the guy Stephanie - the eccentric billionaire Laird Mayhew.

9) “21 & Over” (2013)

Three best friends - Casey, Miles and Jeff became students not so long ago and now very rarely see each other.  But finally, they get together, because they have a great reason - Jeff Cheng is twenty-one years old. Such a date happens once in a lifetime and therefore they should properly celebrate this event.  Despite the fact that the next day, Jeff has a very important interview, he agrees to skip a glass with friends. Once in one of the bars, young people lose control of themselves, and Jeff, having consumed a large amount of alcohol, is no longer standing on his feet.  But the evening is just beginning, and there are still lots of fun adventures and parties ahead of the guys.

10)  “TAG” (2018)

Classmates, and now best friends, have an unusual tradition.  Every year for a month, the guys play puffs, where they determine the loser.  The adult version of the game implies the most unusual follies: they hunt each other all over the world, rush into the house and work without an invitation, commit minor crimes.  And all these follies are for one purpose only, to become a winner. Each time they enter the competition, they jeopardize their reputation at work and personal relationships. But, despite this, the guys do not even think about how to break the tradition, which lasts 30 years.

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What do you do when you feel a wave of romance encompass you whose magic is almost impossible to remove? You sit in your favorite and comfortable place with your partner or friends or just with yourself and enjoy beautiful, funny and loving moments, watching the best romantic comedies.

The Ugly Truth

Abby Richter (Katherine Heigl), a successful TV producer, finds a solution to just about every problem in the world, except for her sentimental life, which is a disaster. For his part, Mike (Gerard Butler) is a guy who knows how to say things by name and this is exactly what he has to do with his show about men's secrets. Even if they hate each other, the two are forced to work together. And so they make a pact.


Amy (Amy Adams) is a girl who leads a carefree life. She works for a men's magazine, has a bunch of cool friends and a lot of one-night adventures, because she's not the kind to get serious about a relationship. When she begins to fall in love with Aaron Conners (Bill Hader), the doctor about whom she has to write an article, all her principles about freedom, love and relationships are called into question.

Love, Rosie

Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claflin) are best friends and want to be their whole lives side by side. An unexpected event, however, changes Rosie's plans and moves Alex in a completely opposite direction.

The Back-Up Plan

Jennifer Lopez plays the role of Zoe, a woman who, after countless failures in love, decides not to wait and become a mother on her own. The same day she goes to the artificial insemination office, she meets Stan (Alex O'Loughlin), who is instantly attracted to her.

No Reservations

Kate (Catherine Zeta Jones) is a skilled chef from Manhattan, for whom the kitchen is her playground, but also the place where she spends most of her time. Her life is changing when her boss hires an extremely charming sous chef, Nick Palmer (Aaron Eckhart), a rising star whose work methods are a little more ... extravagant.

All Roads Lead to Rome

If you count yourself among those who love Italy and holidays there, All Roads Lead to Rome is only worth seeing on a Sunday dedicated to relaxation. In an attempt to get closer to her rebellious daughter, Summer (Rosie Day), Maggie (Sarah Jessica Parker) decides to take her on a trip to Italy, where she fell in love for the first time many years ago.

Life as We Know It

Holly (Katherine Heigl) and Eric (Josh Duhamel) hate each other passionately and nothing seems to help them reach a consensus. But when their best friends die in a road accident, the two must make peace in order to grow up with little Sophie, their fine daughter who has now become an orphan.

Friends with Benefits

From this list of romantic comedies could not miss Friends with Benefits, an important representative of the genre. Jamie (Mila Kunis) and Dylan (Justin Timberlake) meet for the first time in professional interest, but soon they become best friends ... with benefits.

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

Andie's (Kate Hudson) mission is to find a man to get her slippers in ten days. Benjamin (Matthew McConaughey) bet is to make a woman fall in love with him in ten days. Who will win?

50 First Dates

Henry (Adam Sandler) falls in love with Lucy (Drew Barrymore) at first sight. The only problem is that her memory disappears from day to day and she never remembers who he is.

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We are in self-isolation at the moment and as the situation is too changing and does not allow us to make a concrete plan, we thought of a safe option: a marathon of friendly comedies, only good to watch together with the whole family. We have ten proposals for you that will surely save you during quarantine.

The Princess Switch: Switched Again

The first movie had divided opinions, the second one appears to be a good one, it is looked forward to an interesting story in which the main character inherits an unexpected avenue but some problems will still appear. 


Hugo is an orphaned boy who lives alone at a Paris railway station. He made a new friend, a young girl (Chloe Grace Moretz), and the two set out on a journey that puts them into direct contact with the work and legacy of groundbreaking filmmaker Georges Méliès.

Mary Poppins Returns

Even though nobody was expecting for a new Mary Poppins, Emily Blunt initiated into Mary Poppins Returns, and managed to make it a winner. Returns looks to improve on the original by offering an actual villain and some action, but it's still for the younger set, with plenty of positivity, as well as catchy songs.

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph and Vanellope potentially going separate ways as they enter the massive world of the internet, and the movie explores themes of toxic masculinity and online culture — though never in a preach-y manner. There’s plenty of time for fun as well, and while one could see the Star Wars and Disney Princess references as shameless cross-promotion, that doesn’t mean they aren’t wonderfully delightful. Thankfully, this is a sequel with a story worth telling.

The Princess and the Frog

Tiana is a working-class woman who dreamed of one day opening her own restaurant. That dream was far more important to her than the romantic notions of childhood stories like "The Frog Prince", but as Disney movies go, Tiana soon finds herself smack in the middle of a froggy fantasy complex complicated by a voodoo curse. And while all’s well that ends well, The Princess and the Frog takes some fun liberties with the original source material.

Incredibles 2

Superheros favorite family returns to "Incredibles 2", but this time Helen is in the spotlight, leaving Bob at home with Violet and Dash to navigate the daily heroism of "normal" life. It is a tough transition for everyone, made more difficult by the fact that the family still does not know about the emerging superpowers of the Jack-Jack child.

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

The movie stars Clara on Christmas Eve when she receives a gift from her deceased mother, a sophisticated mechanical egg whose key is missing. Sweetened by the incomplete gift, she reluctantly cuts it to a pompous ball organized by her godfather, on which occasion she discovers a magical land in danger due to an evil queen.

Tall Girl

Directed by Nzingha Stewart, Tall Girl introduces young teenager Jodi Kreyman (Ava Michelle) who for many years lived with complexes due to her size, being considered the tallest in college, but managing to get over these problems and wakes up caught in a love affair with a high school classmate.

Rise of Guardians

Jack Frost is far from a hero, but the moment Boogie Man embarks on his evil plan to take over the dreams of the world's children and make them stop believing in magic, The Man in the Moon chooses him as his guardian, to join Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and Santa Ene. But the fight is hard, especially when Boogie Man uses fear to stir up nightmares, but the team of heroes is based on a little boy who never loses faith.

Johnny English Strikes Again

A funny family comedy to watch during quarantine which tells a story after a cyberattack exposes every undercover agent in Britain. There emerges a certain tech-challenged former agent from retirement to catch the hacker.

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The best comedy movies of all time are the ones that had the highest revenues, but which also remained in the charts on the highest positions.

The truth is that the best comedy movies never go out of style, and if you feel the need to watch a good comedy on Saturday or Sunday afternoon, we tried to make a list of the top 10 comedies that received the most good rating.

Big Momma’s House 3

Malcolm Turner and his stepson, Trent, go undercover to a girls' school to track down and expose a murderer.

 The interview

The action of the comedy The Interview focuses on the presenter of a television show (James Franco) and its producer (Seth Rogen), who inadvertently gets involved in an ultra-secret plan to assassinate the North Korean prime minister.

Mr. Bean's Holiday

On a rainy afternoon in England, Mr. Bean is happy to have won the First Prize at a raffle at the local church. He won a trip to the south of France and a brand new video camera. It will be in Cannes during the famous festival.

Let’s Be Cops

It's the coolest comedy with cops, only… heroes are impostors! Two friends at the buckle (Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson) are seriously considering leaving the metropolis for their hometown and, in order to forget about their problems, they go to the hottest costume party. Dressed in police uniforms, the two friends become the sensation of the neighborhood, but they will get in your eyes to have trouble not only with gangsters all over, but with detectives sold to the mafia.

Bringing Down the House

What does a lonely and desperate man do? Join the chat. He talks to a stranger, he gets caught in the game, but when the time comes to see him first, he has a big surprise. She's not an intellectual, she's not even a lawyer, she's Charlene (Queen Latifah), a prison escapee who claims she was convicted by mistake and wants justice.

The Millers

David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) is a petty drug dealer who earns his living by selling grass to bored businessmen and housewives, but never to children. So what could go wrong? Many.

The Heat

Melissa McCarthy is Shannon, a dirty-mouthed cop who jumps so fast that no one wants to be her partner on the field. That's until Shannon is forced to team up with an FBI agent, sophisticated and arrogant Sarah (Sandra Bullock), to catch a dangerous drug dealer.

The Other Guys

Detectives Christopher Danson and P.K. Highsmith (Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson) are the worst and the nicest cops in the neighborhood. They leave behind only victims. Detective Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell) and Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) are standing behind two offices. You see them in the background with pictures of Danson and Highsmith, daydreaming. They are not heroes - they are just "backup agents."

Bad teacher

Elizabeth Halsey (Cameron Diaz) is a teacher for whom there is simply no grade 4. She speaks nasty, unscrupulous and a little indecent. She gets drunk, takes drugs and can't wait to marry a rich man so she can say goodbye to her high school job. When her fiancé leaves, she plans to conquer the substitute teacher (Justin Timberlake), who, besides being beautiful, is also rich.

The Hangover

Two days before the wedding, Doug and three of his friends head to Las Vegas for a well-deserved bachelor party. After a good night, of which they can't remember anything, their friends find a tiger in the bathroom, and a six-month-old baby in the closet! With Doug gone, the three will have to resume last night's journey to figure out what happened and to get the bride and groom to arrive in time for the wedding.

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No other genre is as popular. Comedies bring families together, allow them to declare their love, they are finally watched to relax and just laugh heartily. We tried to choose for you those comedies that will definitely not make you regret the time spent.


What are the top 10 funniest Hollywood movies of all time?


This is top of the best Hollywood movies in the comedy genre, which, even if they don’t make you laugh, will definitely cheer you up for the whole day. Here you can find romantic stories, family pictures, trash action movies, crime detectives. These movies talk about serious topics in a light and casual way. It makes you think about life with all its inconsistencies, absurdities, and vicissitudes of fate. And these movies show that you can not give up. It’s better to put on a smile on your face, grit your teeth and try to think positively, even if you have to spend the rest of your days in the airport terminal or barely have enough money for a bar of chocolate.


10. In Jazz Only Girls (1959)

The comedy in "In Jazz Only Girls" was released in 1959 - for its time it was bold, if not revolutionary. Hollywood was just beginning to move away from the old code of ethics - for example, it was simply impossible then to joke so much about sex or “force” a character to behave frivolously. And here the men dress up in women's clothes, and the woman allows herself obscenities. 


Not to mention the fact that one man, an eccentric rich man, is not embarrassed that his other half is also a man. Everyone has their flaws, remember? The authors of the movie, director and producer Billy Wilder, along with screenwriter Easy Diamond, took a big risk, but it was worth it. Almost all phrases are disassembled into quotes, the song “I Wanna Be Loved by You”, performed by Marilyn Monroe, seems to be known to everyone, and the episodes where the heroes of Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon portray two modest ladies in public cause laughter even now.


9. Airplane (1980)

The farcical comedy "Airplane" is a parody of all disaster movies at once. There is no one to control the plane - the crew took hostage ... an eating disorder, and a simple guy has to sit at the helm. Helps him beloved (she is a stewardess) and the mysterious Dr. Rumek. For Leslie Nielsen, the role of a doctor who, no matter how stupid he does, keeps a serious face, has become a landmark. 


Previously, he played dramatic roles, and in the "Airplane" everyone saw his talent as a comedian. The movie earned back its tiny $3.5 million budget in its first days of release. In total, he earned 150 million, which was a surprise for the creators - test screenings were held without much enthusiasm. "Airplane" is found in all the ratings of the leading publications, and most often it is in the top three of the best comedies. Empire considers "Airplane" to be "pure, quadruple-cleansed comedy at the rate of three hilarious jokes per minute, the perfect blend of surrealism, wit, parody, and inspired physical gags."


8. This is Spinal Tap! (1984)

Together with the movie "This Is Spinal Tap!" the term mockumentary appeared. The definition came into use thanks to director Rob Reiner. He called his movie "mockumentary", emulating the word "rockumentary", which refers to documentaries about the life of rock stars. The characters in Reiner's movie are members of a heavy metal band. The camera follows them everywhere - to the stage or a party, to a rehearsal, or on a tour bus. "Spinal Tap" lets you get really close. 


For example, they give interviews in the bathroom, do not drive the operator away in the midst of a scandal with a girlfriend, and do not hide irritation due to failures. The audience laughed, seeing in the heroes the features of famous rockers, known for their ridiculous, and sometimes inadequate behavior. The energy of "Spinal Tap" turned out to be so strong that it broke out, beyond the screen: after movieing, the "group" still performed in concerts, and a few years later recorded two albums.


7. Groundhog Day (1993)

Groundhog Day is not a classic comedy where it's funny just because the hero does something stupid or gets into a ridiculous situation. What's going on with meteorologist Phil Connors, when you think about it, isn't fun at all. Bill Murray's character is stuck in a time loop. He cannot leave the small town where he came for work to find out the groundhog's "prediction" about when spring will come. Every day is a damn February 2nd. 


But the reception of repetition gives rise to laughter. And the main character himself is a charming cynic, now and then releasing witticisms. Not surprisingly, the movie did well at the box office. It lasted 18 weeks on the screens in the USA (of which 7 were in the top ten), the budget (about $ 15 million) beat off in the first four days and at the end of the year became the 13th in North America in terms of fees. But the American movie Academy "Groundhog Day" left even without nominations. As a result, the movie has only one big prize - the British BAFTA for the screenplay.


6. Annie Hall (1977)

The Annie Hall movie has all the elements of Woody Allen's signature style. The protagonist (played by Allen himself) is an intellectual grumbler who would like to enjoy life but is forever tormented by its imperfection. The action takes place in New York, the director's hometown. The dialogues are funny, but by no means superficial, there are many of them, and even everyday topics suddenly get a philosophical turn. 


It was thanks to this picture that Allen was no longer considered just a director of the comedy genre - the public appreciated the emotional depth of the story. The movie earned $ 40 million at the box office (and this is with a budget of 4 million!) And received four Oscars - for best movie, best screenplay, best director, and for the main female role played by Diane Keaton here. By the way, the real name of the actress is Hall, and Annie is her nickname.


5. The Hangover (2009)

The original title of Todd Phillips' movie is Hangover. "Hangover". And the characters are powerful. They don’t remember at all what happened yesterday: where the tiger and the baby appeared in their hotel room in Vegas, and where the friend, for whom the bachelor party was started, disappeared. As a result, the guys go through a tricky quest to deliver the sidekick to the wedding on time. The movie's team showed remarkable ingenuity to make all these crazy moves around Vegas look fresh, original, and, most importantly, hilariously funny. The work was rewarded. The Hangover grossed almost $470 million, making it the tenth highest-grossing movie of 2009 and receiving two sequels.


4. Home Alone (1990) 

A boy pressing his hands to his cheeks and screaming furiously is definitely one of the most recognizable images in cinema. Folk love covered little Kevin (and the performer of his role Macaulay Culkin) as soon as he appeared on the screens. In 1990, the movie became a hit at the box office - it earned about $ 480 million and took second place at the end of the year, losing only to "Ghost" with Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore. But even now, when the comedy "Home Alone" is broadcast on TV, it is simply impossible to switch. Although you know in advance what other set-up the guy has prepared for the thieves who made their way into the house.


3. Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979)

For the unique style used by British comedians from the Monty Python group, the Oxford Dictionary even has a special word Pythonesque. It means surreal humor. Often rude, it is based on illogical comparisons and deftly balances between boorish stupidity and wit. "Monty Python" intelligently ridiculed ignorance and hypocrisy, all sorts of cliches, a rigid view of things. Their sketches from the television show Monty Python's Flying Circus, which ran from 1969-to 1974, are still quoted today. We owe the term “spam” to Monty Python – in one sketch, comedians played up an intrusive canned food advertising campaign by using the word more than 100 times. 


It is this comic group that is considered to have had the greatest influence on contemporary Western satire. Sacha Baron Cohen, creators of the sitcoms The Simpsons, Rick and Morty, and South Park draw inspiration from the sketch group. Monty Python's Life of Brian, in which one eccentric guy is mistaken for the messiah, is a poignant combination of dark humor and political satire, coupled with religious jokes. Not everyone liked the movie: for example, it was banned from showing in several countries. But only this did not prevent him from eventually appearing regularly in the selections of the best comedies in the history of cinema.


2. Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Atomic Bomb (1963)


Dr. Strangelove was released at the height of the Cold War, just fifteen months after the Cuban Missile Crisis when the world was still at its breaking point. Therefore, one can imagine what effect the picture had, where a paranoid American general suddenly decides to launch a nuclear attack on the USSR. Stanley Kubrick was able to accurately convey the feeling of fear of a global catastrophe, which everyone then shared. And since the director worked in the comedy genre, he was able to show the irresponsibility and stupidity of those who have access to the "red button" in the form of a poisonous satire.


1. Blazing Saddles (1974)

"Blazing Saddles" is a daring parody of all the classic westerns at once, the authors of which created myths about the Wild West in their works. Here the sheriff is the only black among the white population. He must "deal" with dodgy businessmen who planned to completely demolish the city in order to build a new railway line. The Oscar-winning movie by the great comedian Mel Brooks is a satire on the eternal ills of society - racism, corruption, greed. As Vulture writes, "Most movies fail to portray the enduring truth about race, gender, tribalism, politics, friendship, and flatulence and with a tenth of the guts or brilliance of Mel Brooks's best movie."


Who made the best comedic duo in movie history?


Gerard Depardieu and Pierre Richard

It was in the West, in capitalist France, that Gerard Depardieu first became known as the favorite actor of the experimenter Bertrand Blier (Waltzing, Cold Appetizers). The Soviet public fell in love with him first of all as a member of the bright duet Richard-Depardieu, who was born in the comedy The Unlucky. Against the backdrop of a clumsy, stupid loser with a shock of curly hair, Depardieu looked strong, tenacious, and self-confident gentleman. Meanwhile, in life, everything was exactly the opposite. The first grew up in a respectable bourgeois family. The second, before discovering his acting talent, stuttered and made a living ... prostitution.


Seth Rogen and James Franco

They work in pairs so often that it's time to make a separate top 10 of their joint projects. The main feature of the duet, which was formed at the end of the last century on the TV series Freaks and Geeks, is a complete disregard for cultural taboos, which leads one part of the public into wild delight, the other into an equally wild rage. After a story about a couple of stoners ("Pineapple Express"), they showed the world what an apocalypse is at the Dream Factory ("End of the World 2013: Apocalypse Hollywood Style"). And immediately entered the world stage, releasing a comedy about the assassination of the current North Korean leader ("The Interview"). Kim Jong-un was so upset that Barack Obama himself had to intercede for the moviemakers.


Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry

The collection of hilarious sketches The Fry and Laurie Show, in which the actors make fun of Santa Barbara, Cold War movies, and conservative politicians, was watched by fans of subtle British humor literally to holes. The comedy series "Jeeves and Wooster" - an exemplary movie adaptation of Wodehouse's stories - has been studied both in translation and in the original voice acting. But Fry and Laurie, despite the requests of the fans, still can not get together to work on the next joint project. A couple of years ago, they almost decided on a new show in which Fry promised to tell funny stories, and Laurie - to sing songs while sitting at the piano. But for three years now there has been no rumor or spirit about this idea. The next reunion of British actors will most likely happen in the cartoon "The Canterville Ghost", where they should voice the main roles. Well - thanks for that.


Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels

In 1994, when the audience got acquainted with "Dumb and Dumber", it seemed that bigger idiots than Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels could not be found in all of Hollywood. The legendary comedian Harold Lloyd, after whom their characters (actually, Lloyd and Harry) are named, had to be spinning in a coffin non-stop since the release of the movie. The heroes of this truly idiotic comedy dreamed of opening a store selling worms traveling around America in a wool-covered car with ears and fought an equal fight for the title of the dumbest guy on the planet. It turned out, oddly enough, not only funny but also profitable. What can not be said about the sequel, which appeared twenty years later, when the audience forgot how to see in Carrey only a comedian, a show-off, and a prankster.


Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger

Tired of the image of the dim-witted bodybuilder who, as Robin Williams joked, says few more words on screen than the Scottish Collie Lassie, Arnold Schwarzenegger decided to try his hand at the comedy genre. So the Schwarzenegger-DeVito duet was born, woven according to the principle of "unity of opposites". One is a relief jock almost two meters tall. The second is a bald fat man from the category "meter in a jump." Therefore, a brief description of "Twins", their first joint movie work, could be enough to break into a wide smile: DeVito and Schwarzenegger play brothers in the movie, who were born as a result of a not entirely successful experiment of geneticists.


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