The greatest buddy comedies of all-time
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17. 'Wedding Crashers' (2005)
In its best moments – and yes, there were a few good ones scattered amid all the embarrassing Google whoring – this summer’s comedy flop “The Internship” proved why Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn should make more movies together: their free-jazz comic riffing betrays an authentic buddy chemistry that can’t be faked. There will probably never be a better showcase for that than this riotous manchild farce, in which the pair play divorce counsellors who couldn’t be less equipped for negotiating adult emotions: their remarkably effective double act entails cruising into weddings to which they haven’t been invited, turning on the charm, and reaping the sexual rewards. Inevitably, romantic attachments catch up with them, but for all Rachel McAdams and Isla Fisher’s charms, it’s hard to root much for them – these guys really seem made for each other.