Among all the genres, political commentaries has always been on some extra demand. With just the right amount of dark humor, It always hits the right button! The mixed presentation of war, drama, history and comedy, is something that most of the humor lover film fanatics keeps at the top of their list. If your mood is seeking some comedy films displaying some great political leaders, here is what you need to know!
Get Me Roger Stone (2017)
The 45th US president Donald Trump is lately at the top of international headlines even after losing the most sensational election of the world. Sometimes he has been viewed as a comedy man making funny statements very often. Get me roger stone is a documentary from 2017 available on Netflix showing the entrance of American businessmen into politics through a bridge (a person) called Roger Stone, who is known to be the master of dark politics!
The Death of Stalin (2017)
It happens to be the most renowned comedy drama lately released, showing the massacre of Russian politics after the death of Stalin. After the death of Soviet Union’s 2nd most influential leader, the communist party power politics has witnessed a great blow in case of chairing the next leader. Nikita Khruschev being the protagonist and Gregory Malenkov, Lavrenti Beria being his two other contenders, the film shows a great deal of laughter portraying their power politics.
The Great Dictator (1940)
It features the tyranny of Adolf Hitler in late 1930’s Germany. The plot lies of the fact when a barber loses his memory and when tries to connect the dots, he finds himself trapped in the dictatorship of a tyrant like Hitler. The protagonist is played by Charlie Chaplin hence the crossover of humor and power gives its audience an grand entertainment.
The Interview (2014)
It features the highly criticized North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who is interviewed in the film. The movie comes under the comedy – action genre. It is acclaimed to be the most renowned picture of North Korea’s leader. According to the storyline of the film, the two interviewers are instructed to assassinate the North Korean dictator by the CIA.