Comedy

‘Addams Family Values’

The tales of a gothic family very different to the rest of society, where the two eldest children are sent to Summer Camp and the Uncle falls in love with the wrong woman. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld in 1993.

‘Bad Neighbours 2’

Mac and Kelly are back in the same position before, living next door to a sorority, and a war begins again. Directed by Nicholas Stoller in 2016.

‘Bratz’

Four best friends realise sticking together at high school is extremely difficult when you’re forced into different cliques of a well-structured and organised school. Directed by Sean McNamara in 2007.

‘Grown Ups’

This 2010 film, shows Adam Sandler, Kevin James, David Spade, Chris Rock and Rob Schneider returning to childish ways. Directed by Dennis Dugan.

‘Johnny English’

Introducing Rowan Atkinson as Johnny English in 2003 by Peter Howitt.

‘Mrs Doubtfire’

Robin Williams as a hurt father struggling with a divorce does everything he can to spend time with his children, even pretending to be the old lady who is hired as their babysitter. Directed by Chris Columbus in 1993.

‘Pitch Perfect’

Introducing the Bellas and the Treblemakers at Barden University in 2012. Directed by Jason Moore.

‘Pitch Perfect 2’

The Bellas are back in 2015. Directed by Elizabeth Banks, who also plays a character herself.

‘Pixels’

The world is under attack by old video games and the nerds are left to save the world. Directed by Chris Columbus in 2015.

‘Sister Act’

When Whoopi Goldberg’s character witnesses a murder, she is put in the one place they won’t find her. In a convent. Directed by Emile Ardolino in 1992.

‘We’re The Millers’

Pretending to be a family, Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston and their two children, cross the border into Mexico to smuggle drugs. Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber in 2013.