If you are a man that refers to sentimental romance comedy movies as "chick flicks", then you need the top funny movies for guys in your life. These films have issues and situations that many guys can relate to: fear of commitment, bachelor parties, male bonding, intoxication, and sheer ego. With these funny movies for guys there will be no attempts at making you cry—but you may laugh until you cry.

  1. "The Hangover" The summer of 2009 was not the same after this sidesplitting comedy about a bachelor party gone wrong hit movie theaters. The cast included proven comedic actors Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, and Bradley Cooper who must find their friend who is about to get married after a while, highly intoxicating night in Las Vegas. "The Hangover" is not just a very funny movie for guys, but apparently—a whole lot of guys—being that it grossed more than $277,000,000 in the United States alone. "The Hangover" is currently the highest grossing comedy to date.

  2. "Wedding Crashers" Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson proved to be an extremely bankable box office comedy duo in this comedy blockbuster. What single guy would mind hanging out with these two funning-loving fellows as they bounce from wedding to wedding meeting gorgeous women and enjoying open bars? In 2006 Premiere Magazine even listed "Wedding Crashers" among the "50 Greatest Comedies Of All Time."

  3. "The Big Lebowski" Before collaborating on the successful remake of "True Grit", The Coen Brothers and Jeff Bridges brought an unforgettable character of comedy to the screen—"The Dude." This guy seems to be "a guy's guy"—he drinks beer, bowls, and would like to keep it that way. Even the premise for this movie is hilarious: after his rug gets urinated on by two thugs, The Dude gets caught up in unbelievable problems after finding who they were really looking for.

  4. "Anchorman" If you are a guy, just seeing Will Ferrell on a movie poster is enough to know the movie is bound to be funny. "Anchorman" may be one of Ferrell's funniest, as he plays Ron Burgundy, a popular anchorman who is afraid of losing his job to an ambitious and extremely attractive woman. You have to love this funny take on the absurdity of male ego pushed to the extreme.

  5. "Pineapple Express" Any action movie that has two burned out potheads as its action heroes is a recipe for gourmet laughs—especially when they are played by Seth Rogen and James Franco. The smaller roles are all well casted with Danny McBride as a flamboyant drug dealer, Rosie Perez as an edgy cop, and Ed Begley Jr. as the last father you want your girlfriend to introduce you to. "Pineapple Express" is not a train carrying fruit either; it is the name of a highly potent form of marijuana that is the catalyst for all the problems this duo endures.