These are the best Australian comedies, ranked from best to worst by user votes. The best Australian comedies come in all shapes and sizes of hilarity. Some Australian comedy movies revolve around quirky love stories while other good Australian comedy movies include physical comedy and action. A more slapstick approach. A few of the funniest Australian comedies have even become popular all over the world.
What films will you find on this best Australian comedies list? Muriel's Wedding introduced audiences to the incomparable talent of Toni Collette. Starring as Muriel, Collette sets out to find love and happiness against the will of her oppressive father. Mental, also starring Collette, is another hilarious Australian comedy.
The Crocodile Dundee franchise features hilarious one-liners and pratfalls that are sure to generate laughs. Other good films featured on this top Australian comedies list include The Castle, The Dish and Kill Me Three Times.Which Australian comedy do you think deserves the No. 1 spot on this list? Give the best movies a thumbs up!
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5 30 15 Crackerjack Rick Dial, Phillip DeVona, Joshua Mikel Crackerjack is a 2012 comedy film written and directed by Bryan Coley.
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13 8 3 Anthony J. Langford added The Adventures of Barry McKenzie Peter Cook, Barry Humphries, Spike Milligan The Adventures of Barry McKenzie is a 1972 Australian film starring Barry Crocker, telling the story of an Australian 'yobbo' on his travels to the United Kingdom. Barry McKenzie was originally ...more
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16 5 2 Anthony J. Langford added The Club Jack Thompson, Graham Kennedy, John Howard Laurie was once a popular ball player on the Australian Rules football circuit; but now he's an ineffective coach who tries to spark a mediocre football team into winning the championship.
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21 4 3 Anthony J. Langford added Don's Party John Hargreaves, Pat Bishop, Graham Kennedy
A wild house party in a suburban Australian neighbourhood. Don Henderson convinces his wife to have another party so that their friends can gather to watch the election Don's Party is a 1976 comedy drama film written by David Williamson and directed by Bruce Beresford.
A wild house party in a suburban Australian neighbourhood. Don Henderson convinces his wife to have another party so that their friends can gather to watch the electionDon's Party is a 1976 comedy drama film written by David Williamson and directed by Bruce Beresford.