Ridley Scott's House of Gucci is a campy crime thriller that dramatises several scandals that have affected the Gucci family recently.
The Godzilla series began with a somewhat sombre 1954 movie, in which the eponymous monster's rampage of destruction was meant to reflect the ruin of real-life.
A strange music documentary called After the Screaming Stops follows the chaotic reunion tour of two musically talented brothers collectively known as Bros.
Throughout his career, Martin Scorsese has produced a wide range of films, including some sincere comedy (like After Hours and The Wolf of Wall Street).
Even though the filmmakers appear to be treating it seriously, the title and premise of 2025: The World Enslaved by a Virus are amusing in and of themselves.
Although Uncut Gems stands apart in his filmography because it is a crime/thriller, Adam Sandler is most known for his comedies.
Weiner is first and foremost a political documentary, but it also succeeds as an unintentional comedy of mistakes.
Few of Quentin Tarantino's movies might be classified as genuine comedies, but he loves to add dark comedy to them.
Even though action movies and superhero movies are the most common, comedic elements are present in the majority of them.
Satire is a staple of Paul Verhoeven's work, from campy comedies like Showgirls to darkly humorous critiques of jingoism and military cruelty like Starship Troopers.