48. Long Shot (2019)
Jonathan Levine has built a career out of subverting comedic expectations in the likes of The Wackness, Warm Bodies and 50/50, but the filmmaker outdoes himself with the winning Long Shot.
Seth Rogen proves to be a surprisingly capable romantic lead as Fred Flarsky, a journalist who reconnects with his former babysitter and childhood crush, who also happens to be a high-flying politician.
The movies is powered by the sparkling chemistry between Rogen and Charlize Theron, that’s a lot smarter, sharper and more complex that a relatively straightforward rom-com has any right to be.