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moves and visual gags to the role of Austin Powers, the swinging sixties spy who is cryogenically unfrozen in the 1990s for this uproarious James Bond satire. Perhaps even more iconic is Myers’ performance as the villain Dr. Evil, inspired by both Bond nemesis Blofeld and SNL creator Lorne Michaels.

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In & Out (1997)

It’s hard to say whether Kevin Kline or Joan Cusack gives the funniest performance in Frank Oz’s gently provocative comedy, about a beloved small-town English teacher (Kline) who is outed as gay in a former student’s Oscar acceptance speech–much to his own surprise, and to that of his fiancée (Cusack). The ensuing media frenzy (Tom Selleck plays a television reporter determined to get the scoop) inspires the whole town to contemplate sexual identity for the first time, with unexpected and delightful results.

The Big Lebowski (1998)

The Dude abides in the Coen brothers’ offbeat comedy about a White Russian-sipping slacker (Jeff Bridges) who is assaulted by thugs mistaking him for a millionaire of the same name, then enlists his bowling teammates (John Goodman and Steve Buscemi) to seek restitution for a rug that the thugs peed on. In fairness, it really tied the room together.

Rushmore (1998)

Bill Murray entered the great second act of his film career with Wes Anderson’s unique coming-of-age comedy, about a brilliant but peculiar teenager (Jason Schwartzman) who befriends the wealthy father of two of his private-school classmates (Murray), then becomes his rival for the affections of a teacher (Olivia Williams).

You’ve Got Mail (1998)

Writer-director Nora Ephron took an old story (the 1937 Hungarian play Parfumerie, which previously inspired the film The Shop Around the Corner and the Broadway musical She Loves Me) and gave it an inspired ‘90s twist with this funny, melancholy story of two rival bookstore owners (Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks) who fall in love over email without realizing that they know each other in real life.

Office Space (1999)

A touchstone for every American who has ever inhabited a cubicle or waited tables at a chain restaurant, Mike Judge’s cult-classic comedy about TPS reports, “flair,” a very bad printer and a very good stapler will make even a case of the Mondays feel better.

Election (1999)

A Midwest high school’s student-government elections take on outsize significance–launching the Beltway career of one ruthlessly competitive candidate (Reese Witherspoon) and ruining the life of a teacher (Matthew Broderick)–in Alexander Payne’s dark, increasingly relevant political satire.

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)

South Park has been on the air for more than 20 seasons, and its broadly-directed satire can be hit-or-miss. But Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s feature-length animated musical is a slam dunk: a fantasy-adventure that’s part Les Mis parody, part war film, part critique of ‘90s media hysteria, and all highly inappropriate.

Best comedies of the 2000s Best in Show (2000)

The world of competitive dog shows makes for perfect material in Christopher Guest’s howl-worthy mockumentary, featuring his usual crew of master improvisers. Director Guest plays a bloodhound owner whose hobby is reciting the names of nuts; Jennifer Coolidge is a trophy wife having an affair with her poodle trainer (Jane Lynch); and Parker Posey plays a neurotic dog mom who has a complete breakdown when her Weimaraner’s favorite toy goes missing.

 

 

 

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