Tall and funny, Vince Vaughn never ceases to bring out the jokes in his films. Here are some of his funniest movies to date.
Fast-talking actor Vince Vaughn has been known as one of the more popular, hilarious entertainers in the film industry today. The 49-year-old is not only an actor, but also a successful producer and writer.
Throughout his esteemed career, Vince Vaughn has not been known for his TV career, but rather his array of films. The actor’s first large film role came in the 1994 film At Risk. Throughout the past 26 years, comedy fans have seen this talented man take on a variety of different roles, but he has never lost his comic wits in any character.
Vince Vaughn has won awards such as People’s Choice Award and Teen Choice Award while being nominated for countless others. The entertainer does have an upcoming film called The Binge in the works, but it has an unspecified release date.
Let’s look at the funniest films of Vince Vaughn’s career thus far:
Wedding Crashers (2005)
Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn) and John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) are successful, eligible bachelors just living and enjoying life. Their passion? Crashing weddings and just meeting women, as both are not interested in committing to a relationship. The duo generally leaves weddings without a girlfriend or romantic interest.
Fully invested in crashing, the reckless men decide to take on their biggest quest yet when they decide to head to the Cleary family wedding, a family with mass wealth and fame. Jeremy and John quickly become friends with two other Cleary daughters at the wedding.
The men are then requested to come to the Cleary estate owned by William Cleary (Christopher Walken), the patriarch of the family. While Jeremy tries to fend off the wild Gloria Cleary (Isla Fisher), John starts to fall for Claire Cleary (Rachel McAdams), someone who’s already taken.
With one crasher threatening to break all the tenets they stand for, things may change significantly for these wedding crashers, possibly affecting their friendship and their game. This film also features Jane Seymour and Bradley Cooper.
The Internship (2013)
The comedic duo of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson deliver another hilarious performance in this 2013 comedy film centered around the evolving tech industry. Billy McMahon (Vince Vaughn) and Nick Campbell (Owen Wilson) are middle-aged men who find themselves stuck in the mud after they become unemployed.
Because life is about taking risks to get the big prize, the men decide to partake in an internship for Google. Though it may seem peculiar for the men to go backwards at this point in their career, a successful performance during the internship would mean a dream job at Google.
The only problem is that these men are flip phones in a sea of iPhones, which is basically saying they are way too old and not up-to-date on the “hip” trends of today. In addition to that, the duo is paired in a team with other interns and must complete a series of challenges that are designed to train them for work at Google. The victorious team will successfully secure the gigs.
Now, paired up with a bunch of misfits, these out-of-place men hilariously try to rally their troops and win at a game they are not familiar with. This film also stars Rose Byrne, Max Minghella, Aasif Mandvi, Josh Gad, and more.
Couples Retreat (2009)
This film centers around four stressed couples, Dave (Vince Vaughn) and Ronnie (Malin Akerman), Jason (Jason Bateman) and Cynthia (Kristen Bell), Joey (Jon Favreau) and Lucy (Kristin Davis), and Shane (Faizon Love) and Trudy (Kali Hawk). With the need for some tranquility and relaxation, the group of eight heads out to the Eden Resort, a “tropical resort” in the middle of the ocean with the sun in full blaze.
Once they arrive in paradise, the couples are a bit bothered to find out they must partake in obligatory couple therapeutic sessions. Instead of relaxing, each pair is now forced to spend some time evaluating their marriage with the punishment for absences being kicked out of the resort. In turn, the therapy leads to hilarious results, but also more strained marriages.
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