The Three Funniest Movie Duos of the 21st Century

Saw this tweet last night and thought it was staggeringly wrong. I love Jennifer Aniston just as much as anyone, especially considering that she wore a Knicks sweatshirt on Friends.

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Jen is an all-time great. That being said, I’m not gonna pretend her and Adam Sandler are even in consideration for “best movie duo.” Sure, Just Go With It is solid, but there are literally dozens of other movie duos that are much more entertaining.

I thought about it, and I narrowed it down to the top three movie duos of the last 15 years. And by best I mean funniest because this is my blog and I get to make the rules.

Will Ferrell & John C. O’Reilly, Step Brothers & Talladega Nights

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Will Ferrell is one of my favorite actors ever. Almost every movie he stars in is a classic – Anchorman, The Other Guys, Kicking & Screaming, Semi-Pro. The list is endless. These two are just as hilarious, and John C. O’Reilly is the perfect complement to Ferrell.

Vince Vaughn & Owen Wilson, Wedding Crashers & The Internship

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Of these two movies, Wedding Crashers is definitely better known, and for good reason. It’s an absolute all-timer. Vince Vaughn & Owen Wilson provide nonstop comedy throughout the movie.

Even though Wedding Crashers is the better movie, the two are also great in The Internship, too.

If you haven’t seen it, definitely get on that.

Seth Rogen & Bill Hader, Superbad

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As far as comedies go, Superbad is easily in my top 5. While the main cast of Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and McLovin (no idea what his actual name is but he should change it to McLovin anyway) are all great, Seth Rogen & Bill Hader take it to the next level as the cops.

With everything going on in America right now, it’s nice to know there’s a couple good cops out there.

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