7 ‘Bro-Comedy’ Films That Couldn’t Be Made In Today’s Woke Era

7 ‘Bro-Comedy’ Films That Couldn’t Be Made In Today’s Woke Era


Once upon a time, Hollywood gave us man-children who behaved badly for our amusement. They may have been adults, or close to it, but they raged against the real world with all their might.

And, best of all, they were hilarious. And some of today’s funniest stars brought them to life. Think Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell, Owen Wilson, and Paul Rudd.

Today, those bro-comedies are mostly gone. The woke mob won’t allow them, meaning the multiplex isn’t as funny a place as it once was.

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We can still enjoy these pre-woke comedies via cable, Blu-ray, or streaming outlets. Why not revisit the following seven films to remember what outrageous comedy looked like?

“The 40-Year-Old Virgin” (2005)

After this celebrated romp, Director Judd Apatow’s career exploded, and justifiably so. Steve Carell

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