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Top 10 Comedies

THE GENERAL (1927)

Quality:
****
Content:
+3 Some minor questionable elements. (Media-wisdom is suggested to discuss.)

THE PINK PANTHER

Quality:
****
Content:
-1 Caution advised for older children, including teenagers, and sensitive adults.

ONE, TWO, THREE

Quality:
****
Content:
-1 Caution advised for older children, including teenagers, and sensitive adults.

HIS GIRL FRIDAY

Quality:
****
Content:
+1 Moderately questionable elements. (Discernment required for young children.)

IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT

Quality:
****
Content:
+2 Moderately questionable elements.

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN

Quality:
****
Content:
+1 Moderately questionable elements. (Discernment required for young children.)
SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN transports viewers to the end of Hollywood’s silent-movie era, following famed actor Don Lockwood who falls in love with studio singer Kathy Seldon, with opposition from Don’s jealous co-star Lina Lamont, as they all struggle to transition from silent movies to “talkies.” SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN rightfully earns its reputation as a timeless classic through its delightfully phenomenal music, impressive choreographies, glamorous costumes, captivating set design, dynamic cinematography, and absolutely charming characters and morally uplifting, hilarious story promoting love, humility and honesty.

THE QUIET MAN

Quality:
****
Content:
+3 Some minor questionable elements. (Media-wisdom is suggested to discuss.)
A bit of hilarious Irish blarney that gives a wonderful presentation of the give and take that a marriage needs to succeed. John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara star as the reluctant ex-boxer and his feisty bride who have problems with their egos and with her mean-spirited brother, played wonderfully by the great Victor McLaglen Director John Ford shows his usual flair for comedy.

HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO

Quality:
****
Content:
+2 Moderately questionable elements.

SULLIVAN’S TRAVELS

Quality:
****
Content:
+2 Moderately questionable elements.

BRINGING UP BABY

Quality:
****
Content:
+1 Moderately questionable elements. (Discernment required for young children.)

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