Art and Experience:
Edgar Wright wants you to laugh through all of this coronavirus business with these movies.
What I love about Letterboxd is that you can network individually with filmmakers and see what they watched and what they like. In these crazy times, I am running out of things to stream. Lucky for me, Edgar Wright wants to keep me laughing.

He went on Letterboxd and wrote, “To get you through these tough times, please enjoy a generous helping of SOME of my favourite screen comedies that I’ve enjoyed over the years. I could easily do another 100 so don’t say ‘Where’s so and so?’. Just sit back and enjoy the movies. Let us know below, which ones you raise a smile. (NB: No, I’m not so immodest to put my own on here. x)”

So without further ado, check out his list of the best comedies!

100 Comedies Edgar Wright Wants You to Watch
Here’s a small selection of the titles he included below, but to get the full list, head over to Letterboxd.

Safety Last
Our Hospitality
The Gold Rush
The Circus
Steamboat Bill Jr.
The Cameraman
City Lights
Money Business
The Music Box
Duck Soup
Sons of the Desert
The Thin Man
A Night at the Opera”
The Awful Truth
Bringing Up Baby
You The Living
Superbad
Le Donk and Scor-Zay-Zee
The Trip
What We Do in the Shadows
The Grand Budapest Hotel
They Came Together
Mistress America
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
One Cut of the Dead

What’s next? Do a deep dive into the comedy genre!
Everyone needs a good laugh, and the comedy genre is one of the best ways to get there. What makes a great comedy?

Source: nofilmschool