2010 Comedy Movies (By Date)

Permission

    • NONE
    • Comedy

    The story revolves around a married couple in their 30s who give one another permission to sleep with someone else while on separate vacations.

    The fledgling CBS Films plans to develop and produce four to six movies a year, with production budgets up to $50 million per film. The films will be released domestically through a U.S. theatrical distribution unit to be established within CBS Films.

    The Ivy Chronicles

      • NONE
      • Comedy

      Story centers on Ivy Ames, an Upper East Side woman who, after losing her high-powered job and getting divorced, starts over again in a less ritzy downtown apartment. After pulling her children from private school, Ames starts a business to help upper-middle-class women get their children into elite kindergartens.

      Based on Karen Quinn's eponymous novel.

      What's He Got?

        • Comedy

        An attractive guy loses his girlfriend to a not so attractive male. The attractive guy seeks out the unattractive male to figure out... what he’s got.

        Time of My Life

          • NONE
          • Comedy

          The Weinstein Company has acquired screen rights to the Allison Winn Scotch novel "Time of My Life." The novel, which Random House will publish in October, focuses on a thirtysomething housewife who gets a chance to go back in time to eliminate the lingering doubts about what might have happened had she not settled down.

          Opposite Day

            • Comedy

            High-concept comedy that centers on a corporate hatchet man who wakes up one morning and finds he must follow the exact opposite of his normal routine.

            31 Days of Larry

              • Comedy

              "31 Days of Larry" is an irreverent romantic-comedy. The story revolves around a woman in desperate need of money and a depressed man, Larry, who has trouble killing himself. The two concoct a plan to get married so the man gets help committing suicide and the woman receives the life-insurance payout.

              Housebroken

                • NONE
                • Comedy

                "Housebroken" takes a comedic look at a group of talking animals forced to live under the same roof when the two halves of the couple that owns them moves in together.

                The film will combine CG and live action in the manner of such Walden films as "Charlotte's Web" and the "Chronicles of Narnia" series.

                Hi-T

                  • Comedy

                  "Hi-T" revolves around a man dealing with uncontrollable mood swings after an injury forces him to take testosterone injections.

                  Winter's Discontent

                    • Comedy

                    The film centers on a sexually frustrated widower who moves into a retirement community with his best buddy -- looking to get laid.

                    Emo Boy

                      • Comedy

                      The live-action adaptation of the graphic novels created by Stephen Emond and published by SLG Comics will revolve around the travails of the melodramatic title hero, a high schooler who believes he has "emo powers." Cruikshank will play Emo Boy, and King will play Mrs. Hutcherson, a teacher and "emo sympathizer."

                      The Party

                        • NONE
                        • Comedy

                        Marco Garibaldi will produce a remake of the Peter Sellers cult hit "The Party."

                        The project will be a remake of the 1968 Blake Edwards-directed film, that Peter Sellers' Hrundi V. Bakshi, a bumbling Indian extra accidentally invited to a glamorous Hollywood party, with Sellers hamming it up in a series of loosely connected vignettes.

                        In the new version, only part of the conceit is the same: a hapless blond Midwesterner will have his appearance changed to resemble an Indian by a zealous...

                        Pumas

                          • Comedy

                          The story centers on two thirtysomething women who make a habit of romancing younger men and take a French skiing vacation that challenges their romantic expectations.

                          Murray at Large

                            • NONE
                            • Comedy

                            The comedy revolves around Murray Farkus, a pillar of his community who, when falsely accused of an unspeakable crime, goes on the run to clear his name and reputation. The story is loosely based on Phillips' own Uncle Murray.

                            "Castle" The Late Shaft

                              • Unrated
                              • 60 min
                              • Comedy

                              Hours after filthy rich comedian and TV show star Bobby Mann asked Castle, one of his guests, for help claiming to fear for his life, he dies from cardiac arrest. Castle insists on an autopsy, which shows a crafty poisoning requiring knowledge of Bobby's medication. The night before, he had visited two of his ex wives, Cindy and Barbara, who have apartments in the same building, and later, he saw his future successor as show host. He was also blackmailed with pictures of him and an...

                              Ghoulishly Yours, William M. Gaines

                                • NONE
                                • Comedy

                                Ghoulishly Yours, William M. Gaines centers on an anti-establishment group of artists and writers, led by a reluctant Gaines and partner Al Feldstein, as they produce their comic books. Gaines became a First Amendment figurehead due to his unapologetic testimony before a Senate subcommittee investigating juvenile delinquency.

                                Whirligig

                                  • Comedy

                                  A young man who has hit rock bottom returns home to live with his parents, where his bond with a neighbor and her adopted daughter reveal a family secret.

                                  God and California

                                    • NONE
                                    • Comedy

                                    Based on the novel by author and cartoonist Chris Millis "God and California."

                                    The story of an Iraq war vet and a disgraced Catholic priest who travel from New York to California in a pink 1975 El Dorado in a week, breaking the Ten Commandments one by one.

                                    The Fiance

                                      • Comedy

                                      Engaged to the seemingly perfect fiancé, a woman decides to call off the wedding in order to find herself.

                                      Town House

                                        • Comedy

                                        A father faces his grief and feelings of self doubt after he and son move into the town home that his dead dad, a former rock 'n' roll legend, left him.

                                        The Best a Man Can Get

                                          • NONE
                                          • Comedy

                                          Set in London, "The Best a Man Can Get: A Novel of Fatherhood and Its Discontents" revolves around a musician with major commitment problems that lead him into a double life. He bunks with three pals in a bachelor's flat, but he is also a married man and father of two small children who tells his exasperated wife he often sleeps in the studio, working hard on jingle writing.