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Saturday, June 29, 2013

The Heat is on Fire: but not the best Female Comedy Duo





This weekend I saw the release of The Heat funniest movie of the summer and one of the few female fronted comedies. Not true despite popular belief it is not unusual to have great comedies with female leads. The Heat joins our list of the best comedies with female leads:


1. Bridesmaids
2. Clueless
3. The Heat
4. Muriel’s Wedding
5. Romy and Michelle’s High School reunion
6. Baby Mama
7. Pitch Perfect
8. Sister Act
9. Sex and the City
10. Bend it like Beckham
11. Drop Dead Gorgeous
12. Mean Girls
13. Girls Just Want to Have Fun
14. Nine to Five
15. Heathers
16. First wives club
17. Jawbreakers
18. Clockwatchers
19. Serial Mom
20. Desperately Seeking Susan

Top 20 Female Led Comedies

As with all top however manys, many of you will be adamant about your favorites and movies that maybe didn’t even make the list. Go to www.yourmeiaworld.com to vent your opinions.

Anyways, back to The Heat Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock are a great comedic pair and strike a good balance that could make them my new favorite female duo. Directed by Paul Feig, director of "Bridesmaids." (c) Fox, if you liked Bridesmaids you will probably like this movie.

Is there some predictability to the plot, yes but how many movies out there today don’t have that. That isn’t why you want to see this movie anyway; it’s for the laughs. And in that this movie delivers. Was it crude at times? Yes. Was there violence? Yes. Did I laugh through the entire movie? YES.  I was not the only one laughing the entire theatre was. What did you think share your views on www.yourmediaworld.com.



If you are a parent there are a lot of F-bombs and a bit more violence than might think in this comedy. If you are a less stringent parent (let them watch some R rated movies) you might want to reconsider letting them see this one. There is at least an F- bomb in every scene that leads up to a hilarious idiotic yet expected cursing blowup by Sandra Bullock who until then didn’t curse at all in the movie. But every parent is different you think the language isn’t enough to warrant an R rating go to www.yourmediaworld.com and give it your parental rating and why.


This is just my opinion share yours on the best female comedies or any movies you like or hate at www.yourmediaworld.com.

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