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Full of slapstick humour and undead themed gags, Death Becomes Her definitely stands out as different from the other comedies on this list and brings something fun and quirky to the table, all wrapped up in a stylistic Robert Zemeckis directed package. Not only did lead Alicia Silverstone nail the young, rich socialite vibe but supporting actress Britney Murphy got the ordinary-new-girl-who-turns-diva role spot on. In tears, he opens up about his failed marriage and the son that is not his.

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But all sequel rumours aside, this film has not only secured a place as one of the top female led comedies of all time, but one of the top comedies of all time. It's fun, quirky and discusses sex without objectifying the female lead. It goes without saying that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler deserved a nod for being great leading comediennes, and Baby Mama is a great film to congratulate them for.

Don't take our word for it though, as the film won the Academy Award for Best Screenplay and bagged itself another three nominations from the Oscars, including Best Picture. The film is not only funny and spot on for the teenage market, but focuses on issues such as slut shaming, bullying and homophobia in the high school setting. In the film Wiig entertains us as a struggling maid of honor whose attempts to please the bride to be go continually wrong.