Prepare to immerse yourself in a captivating adventure through the diverse worlds of cinema, as we explore the gripping narratives of ‘The Suicide Squad’ (2021), the outrageous workplace comedy of ‘Horrible Bosses’ (2011), and the darkly comedic classic ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ (1944). These three films stand as shining examples of storytelling brilliance. Each offers a unique and amazing experience that has left an indelible mark on cinema history. From the antiheroes of ‘The Suicide Squad’ to the workplace antics of ‘Horrible Bosses’. And the macabre humor of ‘Arsenic and Old Lace,’ These Top 3 Must-See Movies of Thrills and Comedy have captivated audiences across generations.
‘The Suicide Squad (2021)
Today’s mission? Act or die. The group of supervillains includes Bloodsport, Peacemaker, Ratcatcher 2, King Shark, and everyone’s favorite psychopath, Harley Quinn. They arrive on the remote, enemy-infested island of Corto Maltese. Where they have to face off against, well… You better watch it and decide if it deserves the position it has on our list of the best superhero movies of all time.
“One of the most daring superhero movies of recent times. Capable of reinventing the blockbuster formulas to give them a new meaning through radicalism and imagination,” stated Beatriz Martínez in her review of ‘The Suicide Squad ‘.
Horrible Bosses (2011)
LR Jason Sudeikis as Kurt Buckman, Charlie Day as Dale Arbus, and Jason Bateman as Nick Hendricks in New Line Cinema’s comedy “Horrible Bosses,” a Warner Bros Pictures release JOHN P. JOHNSON/NEW LINE CINEMA
Some guys want to get rid of their bosses to make their routine life more peaceful. So they carry out a convoluted plan that doesn’t always go as one wishes…
Seth Gordon directs this funny and acid comedy in which its protagonists, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis get oil from an interesting script that pits them against Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, and Kevin Spacey. It had a sequel, the fun ‘ How to Finish Without Your Boss 2.
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
A famous theater critic, Mortimer Brewster, has secretly married the beautiful Elaine. The two go to visit Mortimer’s charming aunts, Abby and Martha. There he will discover to his horror that the old women are dedicated to poisoning abandoned old men who are buried in the basement. In the house, there is also a mentally disturbed man who believes he is Theodore Roosevelt. And, as if that were not enough, Jonathan, Mortimer’s brother and dangerous murderer, appears.
“One of Frank Capra’s most atypical comedies, in that it is based on the structure of British black humor, inspired by a play by Joseph Kesselring”, indicates the critic of ‘Arsenic for Compassion’ by Fotogramas. “The film is very well constructed and boasts a stimulating gallery of singular characters, splendidly interpreted. Humor, intrigue, and death in an exemplary combination.”
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