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    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

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    [SIZE=6]And these too..............[/SIZE]







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    My Man Godfrey
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    I used to like him, but Woody Allen just creeps me out now.

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    40 year old virgin...."he look's like a MAN-O-LANTERN!"

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    You've already listed so many of my faves, but I'll add the "dramady" Fargo to this list...much of it is too funny.

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    Blazing Saddles
    Planes, Trains and Automobiles
    Airplane
    Kingpin
    Caddyshack
    Back To School
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    Bachelor Party
    Office Space
    Clerks
    Wedding Crashers
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    I'm Gonna Git You, Sucka
    Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
    Scenes From The Class Struggle In Beverly Hills
    The Hollywood Knights
    Kung-Fu Hustle
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    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
    Dogma
    Fish Named Wanda
    Caddyshack

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    this is spinal tap

    polyster,love it when floyd and sandra are riding around with the speakers on the eldo
    the anguish in francines voice when she tells cuddles she must go to the alcoholics meeting

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    In no order...

    Young Frankenstein
    Blazing Saddles
    A Night At The Opera
    Animal Crackers
    Aresenic And Old Lace

    ...there's a few of em
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    The Strange Case Of The Missing Corpse
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-GmH8eFJFU

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    Airplane!
    The Holy Grail
    Christmas Vacation
    Young Frankenstein
    The Frisco Kid
    Shawn of the Dead

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    Thumbs up

    The owl and the pussycat
    Bachelor party
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    Where's Poppa?

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    How could I forget Arsenic and Old Lace? Love that one.
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    tommy boy

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutie242008 View Post
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    I like that. We watched it the other day,now my son likes to go around the house when something breaks"whad you do?".

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    Probably is the first " Oh God "

    George Burns was so good in that

    Close 2nd is The Cannonball Run

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    Quote Originally Posted by laynestaleyfan View Post
    I like that. We watched it the other day,now my son likes to go around the house when something breaks"whad you do?".
    LOL! I do that too.

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    yes, with bob hope, it had me in stitches lol
    pull the string!

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    Malcolm. This is one of the funniest Australian movies ever made, possibly my favourite comedy. I commend you to get it from amazon or wherever.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091464/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_(film)
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    My all time favorite movie is a movie that came out in 1964 when I was 13 years old. It starred, Jack Lemmon. Romy Schneider and Dorothy Provine.

    Good Neighbor Sam

    I saw this movie when it first came out in the theaters and have seen it many times since. I don't know exactly why this film has stuck with me but I find totally hilarious everytime I see it.
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    Animal House - watched it again Friday "TOGA TOGA TOGA"
    Airplane - "don't call me Shirley"
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Trim View Post
    My all time favorite movie is a movie that came out in 1964 when I was 13 years old. It starred, Jack Lemmon. Romy Schneider and Dorothy Provine.

    Good Neighbor Sam

    I saw this movie when it first came out in the theaters and have seen it many times since. I don't know exactly why this film has stuck with me but I find totally hilarious everytime I see it.
    I remember that one fondly- I would have been 11. Love the Hertz commercial!
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    Animal House
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    Cheech & Chong's Next Movie
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    Up in smoke is another.
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    Animal House
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    Animal House
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    1) Amazon Women on the Moon
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    OMG i forgot
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    'Airplane'(duh)
    Favorite quote 'There's a sale at Pennys!'(or something like that)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoxharding View Post
    'Airplane'(duh)
    Favorite quote 'There's a sale at Pennys!'(or something like that)
    Also from "Johnny"
    "Where did you get that dress, it's awful, and those shoes and that coat, jeeeeez!"


    My favorite comedy is Kingpin


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    Friday.......I'm a white dude from the country in NC and love this movie. I say the lines along with the actors. "You got knocked the F*#@ Out!"


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    Anchor man, blades of glory & pratically anything with Will ferrell
    Dodge ball
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    Ghost busters
    bill & ted movies....
    so many more im sure!

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    Smile

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    Harold and Maude

    Right there with you A NO.1!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilmpenny View Post
    Up in smoke is another.
    YES !!! The stoner chick tooting up the AJAX still puts me on the floor.



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    Ruthless People ... forgot that one

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    What's Up Doc - great, funny movie. When Mabel Albertson goes to the lobby of the hotel and starts screaming "my jewels" "my jewels" while beating the floor. For some reason I thought that was the funniest part of the movie!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack-O-Lantern View Post
    YES !!! The stoner chick tooting up the AJAX still puts me on the floor.
    Yes, and did you check out that tongue? Spoooky stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cutie242008 View Post
    LOL! I do that too.
    So do I. That movie was on again today. Its always funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrhdiesel View Post
    Anchor man, blades of glory & pratically anything with Will ferrell
    Dodge ball
    50 first dates
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    Ghost busters
    bill & ted movies....
    so many more im sure!
    I like those too! And love Will Ferrell.

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    The Jerk is quite possibly my all-time favorite comedy...And it's not likely to ever be replaced, I don't think.

    There's something so FUN about screaming out:

    "HE HATES THESE CANS!!!!"

    I do it randomly just to see if anybody knows what I'm talking about...Usually only at work, though...Random movie lines go over well when you work in a video store. LOL!
    <3 Rest Well, pvezz. <3

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    Anchorman, I've watched it hundreds of times and still laugh my ass off.

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    My favorite is an old one starring Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn called Bringing up Baby.

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    I have to second-- Hollywood Knights-----I am so glad it made this list--- seriously this needs a --- "you might piss in your pants from laughing so hard" warning

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    Ghostbusters
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