Jennifer Aniston: 4 comedy movies by the actress that we’re watching this weekend

Ahead of the weekend, we are looking back at the funniest movies by Hollywood veteran Jennifer Aniston. Scroll down to see the full list.
Jennifer Aniston: 4 comedy movies by the actress Jennifer Aniston: 4 comedy movies by the actress that we’re watching this weekend
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While Jennifer Aniston has been widely popular for her role as Rachel Green on the long-running sitcom Friends, many forget that she’s had a plethora of equally amazing features to add to her acting portfolio. From Horrible Bosses to Just Go With It, Aniston has a knack for comic roles, and she aces it wonderfully. Today, we are looking back at the funniest movies of Jennifer Aniston. Scroll down to see the full list because you know it will come in handy this upcoming weekend. 

 

Bounty hunter: Gerard Butler aka Milo Boyd can't believe his luck when he's asked to bring in his ex-wife Nicole (Aniston) for skipping bail. But when Nicole escapes him to chase down a murder case for her reporting job, Milo gets roped into something bigger than he ever expected. An action-comedy about squabbling exes is hard to pull off, but Aniston nailed it to perfection!

 

Just Go With It: Plastic surgeon Danny Maccabee aka Adam Sandler asks his assistant Katherine (Aniston) to pretend to be his ex-wife in order to get out of a web of lies he's spun for his new crush (Brooklyn Decker). Silly and formulaic, the film was a riot and Aniston only added to the charm with her riveting performance. 

 

Horrible Bosses: After being swindled by a rich investor named Bert Hanson (Christoph Waltz), best friends Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day), and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) kidnap Bert's son, Rex (Chris Pine), and hold him for ransom. While Aniston had a mere side role in the movie, she stood out as Dr. Julia Harris. 

 

Murder Mystery: After celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary and trying to reignite a spark, Nick (Adam Sandler) and his wife Audrey Spitz (Aniston) become unexpected witnesses to a gruesome murder while travelling abroad in Europe. The film promises to leave you in splits while having you on the edge of your seats. 

 

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