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I watch American comedy TV series, and four-quadrant blockbusters with a lot of jokes (like the MCU), but I don't often watch things that are just marketed as broad comedy films. I have a massive blind spot when it comes to the last 20 years of live-action US comedy movies, and the cast members who came from things like SNL. For example, when reviews of the 2016 Ghostbusters came out, I saw a lot of people criticising the improv-reliant style of a lot of Apatow/Feig US comedies, but I don't think I've seen any examples of what they were talking about. I think 21 Jump Street
There doesn't appear to be one thread devoted to people helping each other out with book recommendations. Please delete this and point me in the right direction if there already is one though. So, I guess you tell people what you like and the rllmuk community barrages you with books similar to those you've enjoyed and that you might well take pleasure from reading. I'll start. I've been reading lots of Richard Yates lately. I thoroughly enjoy his brand of misery and dissatisfaction with life, cutting through all the tiresome bourgeois aspirations and reminding us of the quiet sadness in everyt