- n. Plural form of comedy.
“In the farcical comedies we have low vulgar swearing unworthy even the refuse of society; while in the _comedies larmoyantes_ (_weeping comedies_) and tragedies, we have eternal imprecations of the deity, indicative only of madness in literature. ”
“Green: No, it was a fun script and it was a lot of great situations, but one of the things I always look for in comedies is making sure that the actors are in situations where they have to react rather than them having to pull up a set up and pay off jokes like a lot of comedies.”
“– Among the comedies is the Adam Carolla comedy project that features the humorous radio and TV personality Carolla (“The Man Show,” “The Hammer”) as a contractor who sets out to re-build his life following a divorce.”
“Happy couples are more sustainable in comedies than dramas.”
“You may think the only thing you've absorbed from romantic comedies is that Matthew McConaughey has never worn a shirt, but if you probe the inner sanctums of your mind you'll probably find many life lessons you learned from these films.”
“What will differentiate it from a lot of other comedies is that there is a story being told.”
“He further squandered much of the 1960s in comedies like "Boeing-Boeing" with Jerry Lewis, "Not With My Wife, You Don't!" and "Arrivederci, Baby!”
“Haim rose to fame as a teen heartthrob in comedies like The Lost Boys and License To Drive before losing his empire to addiction.”
“Characters in comedies don't know they're in comedies.”
“This scrappy b-movie served as a vehicle for vaudeville actor Frank Fay, and an interesting little diversion on our 50 public domain comedies DVD set.”
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