Top 5 Comedy Movies for Those Who Love Puzzles 

Some believe that comedy movies are stupid. However, there are some exceptions, and they will be loved even by those who enjoy playing the hardest card games at the best online casino and solving puzzles. Here are the most popular movies in this category.

Le Tout Nouveau Testament, 2015

A lyrical tragicomedy by Belgian director Jaco van Dormel, known for Mr. Nobody. The main character is a ten-year-old girl named Ea who claims to be the daughter of God, who actually lives in Belgium in an ordinary apartment. Tired of her father’s arrogance, the girl decides to run away from home – God has no choice but to go in search of her in the absurd and imperfect world of which he is the creator. The movie had its world premiere in 2015 as part of the Cannes Film Festival competition.

Hail, Caesar!, 2016

A detective comedy by the Coen brothers. Set in the 1950s, it tells the story of a day in the life of a Hollywood film studio producer who has a lot of problems on his shoulders. But his main “headache” is the mysterious disappearance of an actor taking part in the shooting of another epic peplum. In 2016, Hail, Caesar! was the opening film of the 66th Berlin Film Festival.

Seven Psychopaths, 2012

A crime comedy directed by Martin McDonagh. Screenwriter Martin is going through a bad patch in his career – his creative crisis is in full swing and he only manages to come up with one character for another story. But the search for inspiration recedes into the background when misguided buddies drag the hero into one risky venture.

Mon Chien Stupide, 2019

Franco-Belgian comedy starring Charlotte Gainsbourg and Ivan Attal. Henri, a middle-aged writer, is going through hard times: his texts aren’t written, his relationship with his wife has cracked, and there is no mutual understanding with his children. The man is convinced that nothing will make him put his life in order, until a chance encounter with a stray dog changes his mind.

What We Do in the Shadows, 2014

A parodic New Zealand comedy with elements of black humor, capturing scenes from the lives of Wellington’s baddies in a reality show format. Four different-aged vampires live roommate to roommate in a big house. On the eve of the great feast of evil spirits, a film crew comes to visit the ghouls and decides to follow the difficulties of everyday life of modern bloodsuckers and make a documentary about it. What We Do in the Shadows won a nomination at the Berlin Film Festival and the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival.

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