Only 7 Oscars for Best Picture out of 94 awards in this field have been awarded to comedy films. This shows us how seriously the film industry takes comedy.
The Academy may think that many comedy films do not deserve praise, but many actors take pride in playing comedy roles. they know. Besides, if an actor can't make us laugh, can we really claim to be a master at his job? Let's take a look at a list of 9 drama actors who performed well in their comedy roles.
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9. Leonardo DiCaprio - Greg Wall Street ( The Wolf of Wall Street )
- Director: Martin Scorsese
- Actors: Jonah Hill, Margo Robbie, John Brenthal
- Release Date: 2013
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 79 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 8.2 out of 10
Only stars with charisma and The charm of Leonardo DiCaprio can play the role of a rude, arrogant, extravagant, immoral and shameless stockbroker on Wall Street and convince us to watch him for three hours. However, Martin Scorsese's sitting in the director's chair is definitely impressive. Both have dealt with comedy in the past, but neither has been as successful as what we see in "Greg Wall Street." Most scenes in the film are consistently hilarious, but one in which Jordan Belfort plays DiCaprio eats a number of strong covalent pills and loses all control of his muscles is unparalleled. The audience is really happy to see this sequence, especially when he thinks that despite his bad condition, he has managed to control the situation, but later it turns out that he is dirty.
8. Jeff Daniels - Stupid and Stupid ( Dumb and Dumber )
- Director: Farley Brothers
- Actors: Jim Carrey, Lauren Holly, Mike Star
- Release Date: 94
- Raton Tomitose Score: 67 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7.3 out of 10
Jeff Daniels was no stranger to the comedy genre . He has a relatively comedic role in films such as "Complications of Fear," but no one could have guessed how much he shone in "Stupid and Stupider." His performance is unparalleled. He is in tune with Kerry at all times, even when Jim Carrey's career was at its peak and every actor was trying to reach him, regardless of his ridiculous appearance.
He plays Harry Dunn, the hairdresser He plays with dogs with disheveled hair and accompanies his friend Lloyd Christmas on a road trip to Aspen. He has prominent and special scenes in this film. For example, he licks a frosted metal bar on a ski slope and his tongue sticks to it, and in another scene he destroys a pre-broken toilet by drinking a laxative coffee.
7. Charlize Theron - Long Shot in the Dark ( Long Shot )
- Director: Jonathan Levine
- Actors: Seth Rogen, John Rafael , Andy Sarkis
- Release Date: 2019
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 81 out of 100
- IMDb rating to movie: 6.8 out of 10
"Shooting in the Dark" is a romantic movie and It is a sweet and wonderful comedy in which Theron plays US Secretary of State Charlotte Field and Seth Rogen plays Fred Flarsky, the naughty journalist whom Field hires as his new assistant. Most of the film's humor is devoted to Rogen's dialogues, and Theron performs a more subtle style of character-driven comedy. She must neutralize the public perception of women in senior positions and also follow the instructions of her strict public relations team. However, Field continues to absorb Flarski's charm and humor with a different twist, and Theron's comedic skills become more apparent.
Field decides to give up taking the pill and go to a party with Flarski. After a while, he gets involved in an international hostage-taking, and then we see Theron smoking a person. He has become a pacifist and a lover. He sits behind a negotiating table with the hostages in sunglasses, successfully controlling the situation and astonishing the authorities. Theron creates a special atmosphere for the viewers with its appropriate rhythm and tone in this film (as well as in one of the episodes of the program "Between Two Ferns").
6. Gillian Anderson - Sex Education ( S .. Education )
- Creator: Laurie Nan
- Cast: Kadar Williams, Mimi Kane, Emma Maki
- Year of Release: 2019
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 95 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the series: 8.4 out of 10
Gillian Anderson, Otis's mother (Asa Butterfield) ) In the extraordinary comedy and drama series "Sex Education". He is best known for his sci-fi series and detective stories, but with a rough face, but he changes the tone of his performance in this series. As a sex therapist, Jean, in a very interesting and hilarious role-play by Anderson, believes in the transparency of sex education and does not consider it taboo, and so his house is full of works of art and literature on sex, including his own books on This is the context.
Anderson tries to raise his teenage son in the best possible way, breaking all stereotypes and revealing aspects of himself that have not been seen before, and over and over again. Repeats behaviors.
5. Patrick Stewart - Black Army ( extras )
- Creators: Ricky Jarvis, Stephen Merchant
- Actors: Ricky Jarvis, Stephen Merchant , Ashley Jensen
- Release Date: 2005
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 88 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 8.3 out of 10
Stewart as one of the best actors in cinema It is respected in its generation and has a special and beautiful voice. From time to time, he jeopardizes his reputation and experiences different roles. He often appears in Seth McFarlane's projects to try his hand, but his funniest role to date is in the sequel to "The Office," "The Black Army," along with Ricky Jarvis and Steve Merchant. Andrew Millman, played by Jarvis as a black soldier who plans to produce a comedy series, arranges a meeting with Stewart, who plays a copy of himself.
It gradually becomes clear that Stewart is a pervert and a strange person. And she is only interested in screenplays and screenplays in which women play a key role. The funniest thing about these scenes is where even Jarvis is unable to hold back his laughter, but Stewart, a professional, plays each scene with a completely fixed posture on his face, and no change in his face is evident.
4. Wesley Snipes - Dolemite is my Name ( Dolemite is my Name )
- Director: Craig Brewer
- Actors: Eddie Murphy , Rady Ray Moore, Snoop Dogg
- Release Date: 2019
- Raton Tomitose Score: 97 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: .2.2 out of 10
Sniper, action star In this film, a very entertaining biography and comedy appear different from his previous roles. The film is the true story of a singer and comedian named Rady Ray Moore (Eddie Murphy) and his comrade Shafiq, a bad-mouthed and selfish rapper named Dolmite, who is a bad-tempered entrepreneur who wants to make him successful and famous. Moore, who has gained popularity due to his comedy background, becomes a movie star and after a chance meeting, hires first-rate Hollywood actor Dorville Martin (Snipes) to direct his film. Martin agrees. Although he looks down on the whole project, especially since his production team is made up of white kids from a film school who have no knowledge of how to stage lighting and black actors.
"Blacks absorb light," he tells them. Whites reflect light. That is the reality of cinema! In this role, Snipes attracts the attention of the audience, which is a very good performance considering the extraordinary actors of this film. He shows one of his best performances with his charming, hilarious role-playing, and his crazy and bizarre facial expressions. Few people expected such a game from Wesley Snipes, and this man must definitely act in comedies again in the future.
3. Tilda Swinton - Tragedy ( Trainwreck )
- Director: Jude Apato
- Cast: Amy Schumer, Bill Heather, Barry Larson
- Release Date: 2015
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 84 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 6.2 out of 10
Tilda Swinton looks like a familiar stranger in "Disaster" arrives. His usual characters are almost always spiritual and different and with attractive backgrounds, but he appears interestingly here in the role of a normal and superficial character. She plays Diana, a tyrannical editor with blonde hair and highlights, tanned skin, and a brutal approach to her staff. who runs a men's magazine and they try to teach men how to dress, think, eat and communicate voluntarily, and he is exactly the fascist figure you would expect to run such an organization. Swinton gets a lot of laughs from the audience with his different performance. He gradually makes each of his employees feel worse than before. We have all worked with someone like Diana at one time or another, so getting to know such characters creates laughter and joy for the viewer.
2. Meryl Streep - Death Becomes Her ( Death Becomes Her )
- Director: Robert Zamkis
- Actors: Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis, Isabella Rossellini
- Release Date: 1992
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 54 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.6 out of 10
The legendary Meryl Streep in this comedy and A classic fantasy starring Robert Zamkis as Medellin Ashton, a grumpy and highly narcissistic actress who has a constant rivalry with Helen Sharp as Goldie Hawn. Both of these people are immortalized by finding a magic elixir. However, this elixir can not prevent physical harm. So they fall down the stairs in a brutal fight and attack each other with a shotgun. Strip comedy lines and dialogues are very few and he portrays everything carefully. The film's special effects were revolutionary at the time, but some of them do not look very interesting at the moment. However, the film still has its own charms due to Streep playing a hilarious character.
1. Matt Dillon - A Place for Mary Milling ( There's Something About Mary )
- Director: Farley Brothers
- Actors: Ben Steeler, Cameron Diaz, Chris Elliott
- Release Date: 98
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 83 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7.1 out of 10
Farley brothers in "Stupid and Stupider" successfully turned Jeff Daniels, a respected actor, into a crazy idiot, then turned to Matt Dillon. There are several comedy roles in the first few years of Dillon's career, but Detective Pat Haley is something else. Haley is the ugliest, farthest and most perverted man possible in a film full of these themes. He is hired by a miserable man named Ted Stroehman (Ben Stiller) to chase Mary (Cameron Diaz), Ted's true love in high school, and realizes that he is also interested in Mary and starts going to Mary's apartment to get attention. And attract his love.
Haley whitens and grits his teeth, and Mary's dog silences Puffy with sedatives to obey in his presence, but the plot backfires. And they make bad things happen to him. This film is an interesting comedy, the culmination of Dillon's career and the beginning of a series of great comedies for him, one of which is "One Night at McCool House".