10 best comedies with Pavel Derevyanko

Pavel Derevyanko is one of the most sought-after actors in Russian cinema. His roles are varied and well remembered. Almost all films with the participation of the artist are worthy of attention, and from this selection you will learn about the best comedies with Pavel Derevyanko.

Super Beavers (2016)

Oleg has serious problems: he owes a large amount of money. The guy hopes that the bank where his fiancee Sveta Bobrov works will give him a loan. Thinking about his difficult situation, Oleg, together with his beloved, goes to his potential father-in-law.

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That same evening, the film’s characters witness an amazing phenomenon: the Bobrovs’ house is shaken by a meteorite. This circumstance turns into amazing metamorphoses: now Oleg, like the other inhabitants of the house, becomes the owner of superpowers. The role of Oleg is played by P. Derevyanko.

Cast:
Pavel Derevyanko, Oksana Akinshina, Roman Madyanov

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 4.9, IMDb – 4.4

Age limit:
12+

Mixed Feelings (2014)

Among the funniest films with Derevyanko there is a comedy where the actor plays the pedantic doctor Peter. The second main character is DJ Phil, who was once famous, but now only sadly remembers that bright time. Electroshock brings the characters together in an incredible way.

Now they are able to experience each other’s feelings even at a distance. For example, if one person laughs, the other laughs too. All other emotions (fear, anger, confusion, embarrassment) are also equally inherent in the characters. This is not always appropriate, which leads to many curious situations.

Cast:
Alexander Revva, Pavel Derevyanko, Tatyana Kosmacheva

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 4.9, IMDb – 3.6

Age restrictions:
16+

Love me (2005)

Shurik has long established himself as a capable artist-designer. However, circumstances are developing in such a way that he may be about to lose his job. Wanting to avoid this, the hero played by P. Derevyanko conceives an adventure.

The enterprising designer’s main goal is to find out the tastes of Kira’s new boss and subsequently make an advertisement that will impress her. And for this, the guy will have to reincarnate as a woman in order to get hired in the house of the head of the housekeeper.

Cast:
Alena Babenko, Pavel Derevyanko, Mikhail Efremov

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.2, IMDb – 5.8

Age restrictions:
12+

Night shift (2018)

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Max and Sergey (Pavel Derevyanko) are ordinary workers who work at the factory. Each of them is dissatisfied with the current financial situation, but the situation becomes even worse when they have to leave their home enterprise.

Unexpectedly, the guys are given a chance to get a job as strippers – the local club is experiencing an acute shortage of new personnel. At first, the heroes of the film are afraid to even think about such prospects, but fate leaves them no other choice.

Cast:
Vladimir Yaglych, Pavel Derevyanko, Ksenia Teplova

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.1, IMDb – 5.5

Age restrictions:
18+

On the sea! (2008)

A small company of Russian tourists, among whom there is a bachelor Pavel performed by Derevyanko, decides to spend their winter holidays by the sea. Friends choose the Canary Islands for their holidays.

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Travelers are looking forward to enjoying their long-awaited vacation, not knowing what curiosities await them. Once abroad, the characters of the film become participants in many absurd situations.

Cast:
Yaroslav Chevazhevsky, Alena Babenko, Inga Oboldina, Pavel Derevyanko

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.6, IMDb – 6.4

Age restrictions:
16+

Tumbler (2007)

This is one of the most dynamic comedies starring Derevianko. The actor plays a young boxer nicknamed Tumbler, who is very successful in the lightweight category.

Victories are given to the athlete without difficulty, so he begins to look for more serious opponents among heavyweights. Soon his heart is won by the beauty Katherine, who is the beloved of the famous American boxer. The comedy hero decides to fight for the girl in the ring.

Cast:
Pavel Derevyanko, Sergey Makovetsky, Elena Nikolaeva, Ivan Urgant, Alexey Panin

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.0, IMDb – 5.8

Age restrictions:
16+

The Case of the “Dead Souls” (2005)

The protagonist of this mini-series Schiller is a young official. One day, the key character has to visit the city of N to conduct a little investigation there. Schiller will have to find out how a certain fraudster could disappear from prison .

An ordinary business turns into a lot of surprises for a young man. The official will have to go through a series of difficult tests. P. Derevyanko in this serial film plays the main role of Schiller.

Cast:
Alexander Abdulov, Ivan Agapov, Pavel Derevyanko, Sergei Garmash, Konstantin Khabensky

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.1, IMDb – 6.6

Age restrictions:
12+

Hello, Dead! (2004)

The events of the comedy unfold on the outskirts of the metropolis. A young family lives here: Masha, Dead, whose role was played by P. Derevyanko, and the pug Zhora. The heroine of the film is forced to leave the city for the first time in her life together, leaving the dog under the care of her lover.

Left at home, Dead One could not even imagine what shocks this would turn out to be for him. Not only will the guy have to get out of serious troubles, but Zhora also goes on an unknown independent journey.

Cast: Pavel Derevyanko, Maria Poroshina, Anatoly Gushchin Country: Russia Age limit: 12+

House arrest (2018)

This is one of the best serial comedies starring Pavel Derevyanko. In the series, the actor brilliantly coped with the role of the mayor of a small town named Anikeev. According to the plot, it turns out that the official took bribes, so he is placed under house arrest until the trial.

The mayor is forced to go to serve his sentence at the place of registration – in a communal apartment, where he spent his difficult childhood. An unexpected return to a communal apartment, which is still inhabited by former neighbors, significantly affects the worldview of a bribe-taker.

Cast:
Pavel Derevyanko, Alexander Robak, Anna Ukolova, Svetlana Khodchenkova

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 8.0, IMDb – 8.1

Age restrictions:
16+

Two drivers were driving (2001)

Post-war period, Ural. Kolka Snegirev is the driver of an old truck. The guy devotes a lot of time to his car, not even thinking that it would be nice to arrange a personal life.

Everything changes after meeting Raya, who also works as a chauffeur. The girl drives a Ford truck received under Lend-Lease. Kolka’s main problem is that a very promising admirer, the pilot Konstantin, is courting Raya.

Cast:
Pavel Derevyanko, Irina Rakhmanova, Valery Ivakov

Country:
Russia

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.4, IMDb – 5.9

Age limit:
12+

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Jared Lambert/ author of the article

I’ve been writing about movies, TV shows and anime for over 3 years, and you may have seen my reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic.

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