‘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 Moms’

Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn star in this comedy of three mums that decide it’s time to put themselves first. Directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore in 2016.

‘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.


The lifeguards at Emerald Bay take it upon themselves to solve drug-related murders at their beach in this action comedy with Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron. Directed by Seth Gordon in 2017.


When three parents find out their daughter’s intend to lose their virginities on Prom Night, they do everything they can to stop them. Directed by Kay Cannon in 2018.

‘Cheaper by the Dozen’

This 2003 classic family film follows the life of Baker’s and their twelve children. Starring Steve Martin and directed by Shawn Levy.

‘Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story’

Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller battle it out in a dodgeball tournament. Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber in 2004.

‘Freaky Friday’

Mother and daughter, Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan, accidentally swap bodies in this 2003 comedy. Directed by Mark Waters.

‘Game Night’

This action comedy stars Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams in a game night to remember, a murder mystery game night. Directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein in 2018.

‘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.

‘Hotel for Dogs’

Emma Roberts and Jake T. Austin take it upon themselves to create a hotel for all the stray dogs they can find. Directed by Thor Freudenthal in 2009.

‘Instant Family’

Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne star where a married couple suddenly decide to adopt foster children. Directed by Sean Anders in 2019.

‘Jackass 3D’

This comedy follows a group of men led by Johnny Knoxville in this documentary style film where they dare to do stupid tasks and constantly plant pranks on each other. Directed by Jeff Tremaine in 2010.

‘Johnny English’

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

‘Johnny English Strikes Again’

2018 brings to life Johnny English in a third film. Directed by David Kerr.

‘Life of the Party’

Melissa McCarthy stars in this 2018 comedy of a newly divorced mother returning to her daughter’s college to finally get her degree. Directed by Ben Falcone.

‘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.

‘The Outcasts’

This 2017 teen chick-flick follows Victoria Justice and Eden Sher as they decide to take on the social hierarchy of their high school after living a life of being humiliated and bullied by the Queen Bee. Directed by Peter Hutchings.

‘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.

‘Pitch Perfect 3’

The 2017 finale of the Bellas where they are completely out of their depth against bands who actually have instruments. Directed by Trish Sie.


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

‘Psych: The Movie’

Following three years from the end of the television series ‘Psych’, the police are brought back with psychic detectives to solve another crime around the holidays. Directed by Steve Franks in 2017.

‘Rough Night’

In 2017, Scarlett Johansson’s bachelorette party goes majorly wrong when they accidentally kill the male stripper. Directed by Lucia Aniello.

‘Scary Movie’

This 18 spoof follows teens one year after they accidentally kill someone. Then a Scream-copycat arises and goes on a comical kill spree. Directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans in 2000.

‘School of Rock’

Jack Black plays a desperate rock artist who ends up pretending to be a substitute teacher to gain money. Directed by Richard Linklater in 2003.

‘Shaun of the Dead’

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost star when a zombie apocalypse breaks out. Directed by Edgar Wright in 2004.

‘Step Brothers’

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly become step brothers in this 2008 comedy. Step brothers who have to move in together as a rivalry begins in a new family. Directed by Adam McKay.

‘St Trinian’s’

Welcome to St Trinian’s, the most rebellious school in the country. Directed by Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson in 2007.

‘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.


Melissa McCarthy turns spy when she volunteers to track and report the enemy planning to sell a nuclear bomb in this action comedy. Directed by Paul Feig in 2015.

‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’

Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon star in this action comedy where they travel all around Europe with spies and baddies tracking them down. Directed by Susanna Fogel in 2018.


Inspired by the true story of a group of friends playing the same game of tag for thirty years. Directed by Jeff Tomsic in 2018.

‘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.

‘White Chicks’

A Wayans brothers film, where FBI agents go undercover as women to solve a case and get back into the good books at work. Released in 2004.