Is it just me, or do we need a one-person-comedy revival?

The 1990s and early 2000s were a terrific time for a single certain kind of…

Is it just me, or do we need a one-person-comedy revival?

The 1990s and early 2000s were a terrific time for a single certain kind of movie: comedies in which a one actor performs a dozen distinctive roles. In 1996 arrived The Nutty Professor, in which Eddie Murphy played not just the professor, but also his mother, brother, father and grandmother, plus two some others for good evaluate. 

A lot less than a year afterwards, Mike Myers was both the titular spy and best baddie Dr. Evil in Austin Powers: Global Gentleman of Secret. Both movies spawned sequels, and by Goldmember (2002), Myers was participating in four principal figures.