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    Favorite movies?

    I did a search and didn't find anything, so forgive me if this was posted before. What's your favorite comedy movie? I have several, but here are the top ones:

    A Fish Called Wanda
    Raising Arizona
    Kingpin

    I have seen all of them a million times and they still make me LOL!

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    My favs are:

    The Burbs
    Well any Will Ferrell movie esp Anchorman
    Hot Fuzz
    The Castle
    Bad Eggs
    Any John Waters movie
    Those bad 80s movies like Revenge of the Nerds, Porky's, Bachelor Party, Nightshift, Meatballs, Better off Dead. Love them!!!
    Superbad (Is that period on your pants?)
    Shaolin Soccer
    The Dinner Game (The funniest French movie EVER)
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    [SIZE=3]Anchorman!![/SIZE]
    Blades of Glory.
    Pretty much anything with Will Ferrell in.
    But Anchorman tops it.

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    Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble. Also even though it isnt a comdy Liquid Sky always has me in stitches.

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    Ahh how cute, I'm a junior death hag. Also my first post and I mispell a word.

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    It's a mad mad mad mad world. Saw it when I was a kid and it's still a favorite to this day

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It's_a_...Mad,_Mad_World

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    Quote Originally Posted by weight loss View Post
    It's a mad mad mad mad world. Saw it when I was a kid and it's still a favorite to this day

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It's_a_...Mad,_Mad_World
    I should have mentioned that as one of my favorites, as well! Sylvester is a HOOT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    Ahh how cute, I'm a junior death hag. Also my first post and I mispell a word.
    Actually, your second post makes you two for two!

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    Caddy Shack
    Animal House
    Borat
    Hot Fuzz
    Sean of the Dead

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    Revenge Of The Nerds
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    Animal House
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tugboat25 View Post
    Revenge Of The Nerds
    There's Something About Mary
    Animal House
    Dumb And Dumber
    Top Secret!
    Me, Myself And Irene
    Oh yeah... Top Secret! I forgot that one, great flick!

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    I love Planes, Trains, and Automobiles and Uncle Buck.
    Kingpin is funny too.

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    Something about Mary
    40 year old virgin
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    dumb and dumber
    borat
    airplane
    water boy
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    team america
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    The Jerk
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    Grandma's Boy
    Spaceballs

    There are some.

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    Bowfinger
    Sixteen Candles
    Austin Powers
    The Cable Guy
    Galaxy Quest
    The Blues Brothers

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    The back-to-back Mel Brook's classics: Blazing Saddles & Young Frankenstein.

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    Harold and Maude

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    Life goes on.

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    The Big Lebowski

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    Shawn of the Dead, Team America, Caddyshack
    Death comes ripping... - The Misfits

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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    Ahh how cute, I'm a junior death hag. Also my first post and I mispell a word.
    welcome, ichabodus...

    dumb and dumber
    nl vegas vacation
    reno 911 miami
    nl christmas vacation
    borat
    the jerk
    trains, planes...
    uncle buck
    young frankenstein
    spaceballs
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    Dumb and Dumber
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    I forgot UHF!!!! Anyone seen that one???

    I want a twinkie-weiner sandwich!!! Classic Weird Al and Michael Richards!
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    Young Frankenstein
    Along came Polly
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    Without a doubt: Monty Pyton's Life of Brian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susalu View Post
    I forgot UHF!!!! Anyone seen that one???

    I want a twinkie-weiner sandwich!!! Classic Weird Al and Michael Richards!
    Come on down to Spatula City!

    Ofcourse! It's great!
    .

    Life goes on.

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    I just thought of another one on my don't miss list: Throw Mama From The Train.

    You don't have a cousin Paddy!

    *CLANG!!!
    .

    Life goes on.

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    monty pyton-life of brian,that is timeless,my brother and dad use to watch it all the time and red dwarf.hate jim carey,sorry to whoever but WOULD BE IF HE COULD BE!

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    Mr & Mrs Smith made in 1941 with Carole Lombard, Robert Montgomery and Gene Raymond. Funny, funny, funny, and Gene Raymond does a drunk scene that will have you rolling on the floor, laffing. Trivia - the movie was directed by Alfred Hitchock.

    Too many other wonderful comedies to list, but think Mel Brooks does it best.

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    thank's poppie! will look into that,sound's funny!no one does it better than mel brook's.:

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    An oldie but a goodie: A Night at the Opera ( Marx Brothers)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyMonger View Post
    The back-to-back Mel Brook's classics: Blazing Saddles & Young Frankenstein.
    Yeah baby! +1

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    [SIZE=3]Blazing Saddles[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=3]Young Frankenstein[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=3]Rocky Horror Picture Show[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=3]Monty Python and the Holy Grail[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=3]National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=3]Ed Wood[/SIZE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by susalu View Post
    I forgot UHF!!!! Anyone seen that one???

    I want a twinkie-weiner sandwich!!! Classic Weird Al and Michael Richards!
    I LOVE THAT MOVIE! And I JUST rented it again earlier this year, how could I forget.

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    We loved the original Pink Panther movies too, the ones with Peter Sellers as Clouseau. Our favorite one being the one with the infamous line "Does your dog bite?". Where he gets that glove with the ball & chain stuck on his hand & wrecks the "priceless Steinway" piano. My husband & I had to take a break from watching it our stomachs were hurting from laughing so hard! I'm not sure the name of that one though, is it Return Of the PP or Revenge Of the PP? I'm not sure.
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    When I was a kid, I used to like Jerry Lewis movies, now I don't find them funny at all.

    I love The Big Lebowski, too. Groundhog Day is funny, and ironically it is funnier after you see it a few times.

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    I love the Marx Brothers movies (I shot an elephant in my pijamas and how it got in my pijamas I'll never know).
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    Something about Mary - watched it drunk the first time and that was a big mistake...almost pissed myself laughing....watched it again sober just to make sure it was that funny, and yeppers, it was

    Duece Bigalow European Gigolo - Thought I would hate this, cuz I wasn`t impressed with the first, but Eddie Griffith rocked my world in this.....depends are in order when I watch this....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgpm View Post
    When I was a kid, I used to like Jerry Lewis movies, now I don't find them funny at all.

    I love The Big Lebowski, too. Groundhog Day is funny, and ironically it is funnier after you see it a few times.
    i liked on jerry lewis movie... Geisha Boy.... still do!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeChick View Post
    Come on down to Spatula City!

    Ofcourse! It's great!
    aaah red snapper, very tasty... lol!
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    It's the Ghost and Mr Chicken for me, Don Knotts rocks!

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    jinx jaxxx i was just gonna say that one!!! "and they used bon amie!"
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    [SIZE=5]Here are some that made me laugh . . . . . . .[/SIZE]





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