Funny PG Movies For Guys
Funny PG movies for guys show how much fellows really enjoy comedy! There is nothing like a good belly laugh to take away stress and the worries of every-day life and make the day seem brighter. Funny movies are the reason certain ones have sequels which are wholeheartedly embraced even if a number of years have passed by since the last one.
"RV": Robin Williams (as Bob Munro) and his dysfunctional family rent an RV to take a Colorado mountain vacation. Their problems are a cause for much hilarity, especially when Bob terrible driving skills pair with faulty brakes on the RV.
"Toy Story 3": This is a sequel that was eagerly awaited. As Andy is gets ready to go off to college, Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang end up in day care that seems like lots of fun. When it turns out things aren't what they seem, they must escape.
"Shrek Forever After": Those fathers who take their children to see the Shrek movies enjoy the unusual animated characters themselves. This is the fourth (and perhaps the last) of the Shrek adventures. In this movie Shrek becomes domesticated, and everyone misses his ogre's roar. That includes Shrek himself, who is used to going off on adventures. Taking his family to Far Far Away for a birthday celebration for his children, Rumpelstiltskin gives Shrek one day to be a real ogre once more in exchange for erasing a day in his childhood. That ends up being the day he was born, and he has to overcome dilemmas to have Fiona give him a true love's kiss before the day ends.
"The Bad News Bears" (1976): Walter Matthau as a grouchy beer-drinking Coach Morris Buttermaker has to make the misfit Bears into a winning team in order to avenge themselves in a championship game against the Yankees.This is done with the help of Amanda Whurlizer (Tatum O'Neal) who is a female pitching ace.
"Groundhog Day": Many guys celebrate the holiday by watching this movie every year. Bill Murray plays a jaded weatherman sent to cover Groundhog Day. He finds himself waking up each morning and lives the same day over and over again.
"Back to the Beach" (1987): A spoof of the beach party movies of the 1960s, it stars Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon, who return to California with their kids. There are also appearances by Bob Denver, Jerry Mathers, Pee-Wee Herman, and others.
"Meatballs" (1979): Bill Murray, in his first film appearance, plays a camp counselor. He befriends an outcast and teaches him how to believe in himself.
"Mall Cop" (2009): Kevin James is hilarious in this comedy as a mall rent-a-cop who, as a single dad, wants to earn some extra money. He uses his Segway and speeds to the rescue when confronting criminals who take his "main squeeze" and daughter as hostages.
"Space Camp" (1986): Accidentally shot into space from the United States Space Camp, five teenagers along with their instructor must figure out how to get back to earth safely, This science fiction action adventure stars a young Joaquin Phoenix, Kate Capshaw, Kelly Preston, and Lee Thompson.
"Despicable Me" (2010): Steve Carell lends his voice to Gru, who plans to steal the moon and has battle-ready vehicles, freeze rays, and other gadgets for his wicked plan. However, three small orphaned girls challenge him to instead be a good potential Dad and give up his plans.