The Funniest Mexican Comedies


   

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This section is for comedies from Mexico. By default they are presented starting with the ones ranking highest on the laugh-o-meter, but you can also sort them by year, title or IMDB rating.


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Instructions Not Included No se aceptan devoluciones posterInstructions Not Included (No se aceptan devoluciones)
      2013 | Mexico | Laughs: 2.5 (Watch Once) | imdb: 7.6
      wikipedia | who was involved?

A woman abandons her baby daughter at the door of the presumed father, then returns to claim her through the courts seven years later after the man has raised the girl in the most caring fashion. This endearing movie could be an effective component of a campaign for men's rights.

On the comedy side, many moments made me smile and I even chuckled a couple of times, but there were certainly no belly laughs. Some of the minor characters had the funniest parts, such as the man who carries on about death in a particularly awkward way.

Overall, a decent if forgettable family flick. (Last viewed: March 2018)

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Qué culpa tiene el niño posterWhat fault of the child is it? (¿Qué culpa tiene el niño?)
      2016 | Mexico | Laughs: 2.4 (Light-Hearted) | imdb: 6.7
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A woman from a high social strata discovers she got pregnant at a wild wedding party, and tracks down the suspected father, a younger man from a working-class background. This well-produced movie gives you a chance to spend time in Mexico without seeing a single gun or narcotraficant. As romantic comedies go, it is entirely watchable, but I can't say that it made me laugh. (Last viewed: March 2018)

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El Narco El Infierno posterEl Narco (El Infierno)
      2010 | Mexico | Laughs: 1.5 (Light-Hearted) | imdb: 7.8
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Although this movie is really a dark story of drug-related gangsterism in an impoverished part of Mexico, it has light moments in the midst of the gruesome background, probably the reason why the 'comedy' tag was added to its classification.

There are no laughs (at least none that I could find), but the first part has some good moments, and if you're a fan of the genre, you won't be disappointed.

Favorite quotes:
1. Even the flies don't stop here (to describe an out-of-the-way place).
2. Trusting is good. Not trusting is better. (Last viewed: February 2018)

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Nosotros Los Nobles cartel The Noble Family posterThe Noble Family (Nosotros Los Nobles)
      2013 | Mexico | Laughs: 1.5 (Light-Hearted) | imdb: 7.4
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Seeing that his grown-up kids behave like brats, a wealthy business man fakes bankruptcy to give his progeny a taste of the working life. While the premise was good and the production excellent, the laughs were absent, at least for me. Still, an entertaining watch. (Last viewed: March 2018)

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