Highly rated comedy films include "Team America: World Police," "Borat" and "The Hangover." "Team America: World Police" has an 77 percent rating on RottenTomatoes.com and a 64 out of 100 on Metacritic.com, "Borat" has 91 percent on RottenTomatoes.com and 89 on Metacritic.com, and "The Hangover" has 79 percent on RottenTomatoes.com and 73 on Metacritic.com, as of 2015.
"Team America: World Police," released in 2004, follows an anti-terrorism team of the same name. After the murder of one of its members, a Broadway actor, Gary Johnston, becomes part of the team. After uncovering evidence of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il providing weapons to terrorists, the group begins a mission to stop him. Made by the creators of the cartoon "South Park," the film uses puppets instead of actors.
"Borat" is a 2006 film about a journalist from Kazakhstan who travels through the United States and interacts with its citizens. Sacha Baron Cohen stars as Borat, but many of the scenes in the movie are unscripted and use real people (who thought Borat was a real journalist) instead of actors.
"The Hangover" is a 2009 film that takes place after a wild bachelor party. After waking up, the three groomsmen can't find the groom. Although they don't remember much of the evening, they attempt to track down the groom by retracing their steps.