Comedians mock ‘troubled’ and ‘doomed’ America

Funny and edgy comedy movies are everywhere, but they’re rarely taken seriously.

Some of the films have been around for years, and the industry has a long history of not taking them seriously.

The movie theater scene is one of the most highly rated in the world, with a robust roster of movies that are considered the best of the year.

But what do the industry’s highest-rated films say about America?

The movie industry has always had a strong sense of humor, but some movies are considered too edgy or controversial to be taken seriously by the mainstream.

Here are 10 of the highest-grossing movies of 2016.


“Happy Birthday, Mom” (2016) Director: Michael Bay 3 stars, 1.8 million views 3.

“The Great Gatsby” (2015) Director and screenwriter: Michael Moore 4 stars, 2.6 million views 4.

“Frozen” (2014) Director, screenwriter and producer: Idina Menzel 5 stars, 3.3 million views 5.

“Black Panther” (2017) Director Chris Evans and writer Ryan Coogler 6 stars, 4.6 mil 6.

“Jaws” (1975) Director Sidney Lumet, actor Tom Sizemore, and writer Roger Corman 7 stars, 5.5 mil 7.

“Gravity” (2011) Director John Cameron Mitchell, screenwriters Bryan Burk, Alex Kurtzman and Steven Soderbergh 8 stars, 6.2 mil 9.

“Captain America: Civil War” (May 6, 2018) Director Anthony Russo and screenwriters Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Anthony Russo, and Stan Lee 10 stars, 8.5 million views The most expensive movie of 2016 was “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” which cost $175 million to make.

It’s the most expensive film in history, which also included the highest grossing movie of all time, “The Dark Knight Rises.”

The movie stars Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Cate Blanchett, Laura Dern, Robert Pattinson, and more.

The film made more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office.

That’s not including the worldwide grosses of the “Guardians of the Galaxy” sequel, “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” “XMen: Apocalypse,” “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and “Captain Marvel.”

The most controversial film of 2016 had a very long road to becoming a box office hit.

But it was a big hit in the United States, and it was so controversial that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences changed the Oscars rules to allow more films to make the cut.

The Academy, which runs the Oscars, released its list of 2016’s most controversial films in March.

The list is not definitive.

It does say that it was the most controversial of the years, but it does not include films like “Django Unchained” and “Ghostbusters 2,” which are both considered “funny” and have never made it to the top 10.

Other films on the list include “The Lego Batman Movie,” “Captain Fantastic,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Kong: Skull Island,” “Iron Man 3,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” “Transformers: Age Of Extinction,” and more, all of which are more controversial.

The biggest awards season in history came in 2016, with some of the biggest hits of the past decade making their way to the Oscars.

“Xavier & Julien,” “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them,” “Guardian of the Crown,” “Pitch Perfect 2,” “Spotlight,” “Mockingjay – Part 1,” “Grimm: The Third,” “Ghost In The Shell,” “Unbroken,” “Black Mass,” “Hidden Figures,” “Shattered,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” “Titanic,” “Life Of Pi,” “Arrival,” “Zootopia,” “Moonlight,” and many more.

Read more about the 2016 Oscars.

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