Ben Stiller is undoubtedly one of the funniest people in the industry. His unique and iconic approach to comedy has attained him a status many seldom achieve. His filmography features a range of films that would make you laugh out hysterically. Here is a list of 5 Ben Stiller Movies that will make you laugh your guts out.

Tropic Thunder (2008)

Director: Ben Stiller

Runtime: 1h 47 min.

Ben Stiller co-wrote, directed, and starred in this picture about a group of actors who are filming a documentary on the Vietnam War. Immediately after their director is slain, the gang is trapped, but they all continue to assume that they are filming rather than being stranded and in actual dangers. They make their way through the surroundings as the spoilt brats and self-absorbed performers get increasingly concerned about their position. It also features a dance from Tom Cruise that you cannot forget.

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Meet The Parents (2000)

Director: Jay Roach

Runtime: 1h 48min

This timeless comedy follows Greg (Ben Stiller), who is about to meet the parents of his soon-to-be fiancée and instantly begins a difficult relationship with her father (Robert De Niro). It’s apparent that her father isn’t the mild-mannered and nice guy Greg expected him to be, but rather a jaded ex-CIA officer who isn’t impressed with the man her daughter brought home, attempting to sabotage the relationship at every opportunity.

Flirting With Disaster (1996)

Director: David O. Russell

Runtime: 1h 33min

Mel Colpin, played by Ben Stiller, discovers that he must discover his biological parents before deciding on a name for his own baby. As everything goes wrong and Mel and his wife Nancy meet diverse individuals along the route, the film devolves into a comical road trip. Flirting with Disaster strikes a mix between burlesque and serious subjects such as family, adoption, and sexuality.

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The Meyerowitz Stories (2017)

Director: Noah Baumbach

Runtime: 1h 52min

This Netflix comedy-drama film follows a dysfunctional family as they reconcile to care for their father and maintain his legacy in the art world as Bard College prepares to honour his work. Throughout the film, the film strikes a good balance between serious themes of family and comedic moments. It portrays a very realistic depiction of a dysfunctional family, as they struggle to reconcile at first and then go back and forth on their relationships throughout the film.

Zoolander (2001)

Director: Ben Stiller

Runtime: 1h 29min

Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller), a dimwitted male model catapulted to the top of the fashion industry by a photogenic stare he calls “Blue Steel,” believes he has a fourth consecutive award as Male Model of the Year in the bag. Derek is devastated when his opponent, Hansel (Owen Wilson), unexpectedly wins the title. He falls prey to fashion designer Jacobim Mugatu (Will Ferrell), who hires Derek to star in his “Derelicte” fashion show before brainwashing him to assassinate Malaysia’s prime minister.

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