Literally greet the new year with a smile--or side-splitting laughter--with comedy therapy. Laughter, it turns out, is actually the best medicine. According to WebMD.com, a good chuckle may boost our immune system, decrease our blood sugar levels, and help us sleep better, among other things.

"I believe that if people can get more laughter in their lives, they are a lot better off. They might be healthier too," psychologist and laugh therapist Steve Wilson was quoted by WebMD as saying.

So why don't you set the tone for this year by indulging yourself with laugh-out-loud flicks? Start with FN's top 14 picks for 2014!

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