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    Uncle Buck!
    Planes Trains and Automobiles
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    Christmas Vacation
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    Happy Gilmore makes me laugh just thinking about one scene..........

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    The Ref and Shaun Of The Dead. haaaaa, love those 2.

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    I'd have to say Caddyshack or Planes, Trains and Automobiles or Polyester. There is an old movie from 1963 called "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" which was very funny also...way ahead of it's time I think.

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    porkys (the first one.) the ref & fish called wanda.love all those.

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    I almost forgot a great freeking ass funny movie from 1970 called "Watermelon Man" starring Godfrey Cambridge and Estelle Parsons. Check it out, it is outrageously funny. Lot's of belly laughs!!!
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    Animal House
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    Quote Originally Posted by ppepper View Post
    Christmas Vacation

    Yes! King Ralph is another favorite of mine. Silly movie, but it makes me laugh.
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    Some that come to mind ... ... ...







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    The Great Race
    Some Like It Hot
    Mad Mad World
    The Nutty Professor-original
    Operation Petticoat
    The Ghost & Mr Chicken
    Who's Minding the Mint
    The Pink Panther-original
    Young Frankenstein
    Lover Come Back
    How To Marry a Millionaire
    Blazing Saddles
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    Mr. Mom
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    Great Outdoors
    Long Long Trailer
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    Okay for all you people who have not yet seen Mr. Mom please I advise you to look at this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=solr1W5idNY

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    Comedy motion pictures:

    All of the Police Academy movies
    All of the Naked Gun movies
    The Money Pit
    Repossessed (Leslie Nielson and Linda Blair spoof of The Exorcist)
    Madhouse
    Billy Madison
    Big Daddy
    Happy Gilmore
    MIB
    MIIB
    Miss Congeniality
    Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

    among many more.

    Stand-up Comedy movies:

    Blue Collar Comedy Tour
    Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again
    Blue Collar Comedy Tour One More For The Road
    Gabriel Iglesias Hot and Fluffy
    Gabriel Iglesias I'm Not Fat I'm Fluffy
    Wanda Sykes I'ma Be Me
    Queens of Comedy (With Mo'Nique, Sommore, et al., hard to find)
    Latin Kings of Comedy (With George Lopez, et al.)
    George Lopez Red White and Chicano
    George Lopez America's Mexican
    George Lopez Why You Crying?
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    Oh I also love Jeff Dunham, both his Arguing With Myself and Spark of Insanity.
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    Detroit Rock City
    My Cousin Vinnie
    Uncle Buck
    Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
    Liar, Liar
    See No Evil, Hear No Evil
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    Skimmed through the list, and didn't see Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, which is certainly one of my favorites.


    (Some but not all of Woody Allen and the Coen Bros)
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    you know... I just could not get into the works of that of Peter Sellers nor Woody Allen. I can name maybe 2 or 3 movies of each that are good no doubt but they are not .. great.
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    Caddy Shack is good (Incase I haven't mentioned it.)
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    Some Like it Hot is still a fave..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyt View Post
    Mr. Mom
    Some like It Hot
    Uncle Buck
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    Long Long Trailer
    Haunted Honeymoon
    Was that the one with Gene and Gilda?
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    Mrs Doubtfire and Liar Liar. Ace Ventura and Austin Powers......oh I can't pick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aedgar5000 View Post
    Was that the one with Gene and Gilda?
    Yes!!!
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    Trading Places
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
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    Dumb and Dumber
    The Birdcage
    Caddyshack
    Blazing Saddles
    Mr. Blandings Builds a Dream House
    The Great Race
    The In-Laws (original)
    Uncle Buck
    Dr. Strangelove
    Polyester
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    Animal House. Hands down fave.

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    My Cousin Vinny and Ace Ventura

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    Back to School; anything with Rodney Dangerfield
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    The Birdcage & Trading Places are two of my all time favorites. No matter how many times I see either one of them, I still laugh as if it is the first time!

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    I do love me some Caddyshack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDeath View Post
    Some Like It Hot

    Jack Lemmon & Tony Curtis are a pair!
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    Am I the only person on the planet who liked "Detroit Rock City"? Be gentle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammy View Post
    Am I the only person on the planet who liked "Detroit Rock City"? Be gentle...
    Yes. Was that gentle enough?
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    Thank you for not offending my delicate sensibilities, Buttercup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammy View Post
    Am I the only person on the planet who liked "Detroit Rock City"? Be gentle...
    I liked it.
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    Thank you, Aedgar, I feel a little less like an outcast. LOL I wouldn't say it was one of the best movies of all time or anything, but there were a lot of funny parts in it. Good mindless entertainment.

    I like the movie Blazing Saddles and my husband, his best friend, and my dad quote lines from it a lot. It is totally amazing how much different movies were then and how much they got away with that was so politically incorrect. A movie like that would never fly these days.

    I absolutely love John Candy and he is my favorite actor, but I couldn't stand Spaceballs. My husband likes it and owns the dvd, but I don't like it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammy View Post
    Thank you for not offending my delicate sensibilities, Buttercup!

    Your very welcome my dear!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mammy View Post
    Thank you, Aedgar, I feel a little less like an outcast. LOL I wouldn't say it was one of the best movies of all time or anything, but there were a lot of funny parts in it. Good mindless entertainment.

    I like the movie Blazing Saddles and my husband, his best friend, and my dad quote lines from it a lot. It is totally amazing how much different movies were then and how much they got away with that was so politically incorrect. A movie like that would never fly these days.

    I absolutely love John Candy and he is my favorite actor, but I couldn't stand Spaceballs. My husband likes it and owns the dvd, but I don't like it at all.

    My husband and I constantly quote from Blazing Saddles. One of my favs, "Excuse me while I whip this out!"

    Yeah, love Candy, but Spaceballs was just awful.
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    I didn't see Detroit Rock City but I did like Almost Famous... Not so much a comedy but its in there with DRC
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    Quote Originally Posted by STRAIGHT View Post
    I almost forgot a great freeking ass funny movie from 1970 called "Watermelon Man" starring Godfrey Cambridge and Estelle Parsons. Check it out, it is outrageously funny. Lot's of belly laughs!!!
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    I also think Kingpin is hilarious. Randy Quaid may be batshit crazy, but he is still funny!

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