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    The two funniest movies in my opinion were widely panned by just about everyone. In fact, I could be the only person who liked them, much less loved them!

    Mr. Wrong, starring Ellen DeGeneres and Bill Pullman. I could watch this movie 100 times and I'd still be laughing my ass off during the clown scene

    Bowfinger, starring Steve Martin and the wonderful Christine Baranski. The scene with the dog in the parking garage is comedy gold and even Eddie Murphy was funny in this movie!

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    Trading Places
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
    My Cousin Vinny
    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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    Lots of great picks here, but my all time favorite is definitely Ghostbusters.

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    I like I Love You Alice B Toklas & Whats New Pussycat
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    Young Frankenstein
    Bubba Hotep
    Nothing But Trouble
    Shawn of the Dead
    Run, Fat Boy, Run
    The Full Monty
    Club Dread
    Dogma
    Trailer Park Boys
    Love Comes to the Executioner
    Let's Go to Prison
    Death at a Funeral (the Frank Oz, British version. The Chris Rock *whatever*, not so much)
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    Wag the Dog

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    Wayne's World - that grey poupon mustard scene in the taxi made me laugh so loud, that people in the theatre were laughing at my laugh.

    Cat Ballou - an oldie but man, that was funny, especially Lee Marvin drunk on the horse.
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    Animal House. Hands down fave.
    Mine too. I have literally seen it hundreds of times. Did you ever see the documentary that the Biography channel did on the movie?

    Second one is The Hangover.
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    For me it's the original The In-Laws with Alan Arkin and the fabulous Peter Falk.

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    too many to list right now, but tommy boy tops the list for me
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    The ones that come to mind:

    Monte Python and the Holy Grail
    The Jerk
    The Peter Sellers Pink Panther movies
    Animal House
    Caddyshack

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    The Burbs
    Animal House
    monty python holy grail and and now for something completely different and the meaning of life
    blazing saddles
    robin hood men in tights
    young frankenstein
    spaceballs
    wayne's world ! & 2
    the birdcage
    ace ventura 1 & 2


    there's so many more...i'll add them later...
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    Garbage Men with I think Charlie Sheen or it could have been his brother Emilio Estevez, was a pretty funny movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyt View Post
    Garbage Men with I think Charlie Sheen or it could have been his brother Emilio Estevez, was a pretty funny movie.
    That'd be Men At Work
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    Quote Originally Posted by VeuveClicquotNJ View Post
    For me it's the original The In-Laws with Alan Arkin and the fabulous Peter Falk.

    "Serpentine, Shelly - serpentine!"

    http://youtu.be/YN1WxSITwWw

    A classic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcg76 View Post
    That'd be Men At Work

    Of course
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    clerks 2 is the best! i love clerks but it was no where near as funny as the 2nd one. that may be blasphemy but i stand by it. come on they had a donkey show!
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    Have to add Desperate Teenage Lovedolls to my list.
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    Is Pee-Wee's Big Adventure considered a comedy? Yes? No? Whatever. I freakin' love that movie.

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    My ex-husband loved Pee-Wee Herman, which gives me that much more of an excuse to dislike Pee-Wee. I do think he would be considered comedy.

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    I literally wore out our vhs of pee wee's big adventure!!! it had that on it and drop dead fred which was another of my all time favs when i was like..5. sigh, those were the good ole' days...

    and now for the worst accident...i've ever seen mwahahahhahahhaha!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RryZV8NK9-Q
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    This Is Spinal Tap

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    **BUMPER CARS**

    Drop Dead Gorgeous (My favorite)
    Harold and Maude
    Serial Mom
    The Burbs
    May (very black comedy IMO)
    Ed and His Dead Mother
    Death Becomes Her
    Dr. Giggles
    Troll
    Killer Klowns from Outer Space
    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
    Creepshow

    So so many...

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    The Party - Peter Sellers

    Mr. Hulot's Holiday

    Any early Marx brother's film

    After Hours

    Arsenic and Old Lace

    Dr Strangelove

    Father Of the Bride - original with Elizabeth Taylor

    Christmas Story
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    The Money Pit
    The Burbs
    Airplane
    Zoolander
    Anchorman
    National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
    The Three Amigos
    The Man With Two Brains..

    to name but a few, my list could go on for miles!

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    40 year old virgin is nice comedy movie.

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    Hot Fuzz
    The Emperor's New Groove
    Some Like it Hot
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    The Full Monty
    The Blues Brothers
    Ghostbusters
    Enchanted (I know it is more fantasy/kids movie, but Amy Adams and James Marsden CRACK ME UP!)
    The Producers (Original and Remake...b/c Will Ferrell was GREAT as was Gary Beach)
    Robin Hood Men in Tights
    Blazing Saddles
    Inglorious Basterds
    Young Frankenstein
    History of the World Part I
    Zoolander
    Dodgeball
    Zombieland
    Better Off Dead
    Three Amigos
    Vacation and Christmas Vacation
    Airplane
    Wayne's World
    Adams Rib
    Stage Door (the one liners are classic)
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    The Producers (Nathan Lane and Mathew Brodrick)
    The Burbs
    Christmas Story
    Christmas Vacation
    Elf
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    Mad Mad Mad Mad World
    The Pink Panther
    Blazing Saddles
    Rat race
    Dumb and Dumber
    The Naked Gun
    Topper (original)
    My Man Godfrey
    It Happened One night
    The long long trailer
    Ma and Pa Kettle
    The Egg and I

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    Jackie Gleason is hard to beat in "Smokey And The Bandit"......"Blazing Saddles" and any Ma and Pa Kettle movie...

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    "Death Becomes Her" - especially the very last scene. Streep, Hawn, Willis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Weathersby View Post
    Jackie Gleason is hard to beat in "Smokey And The Bandit"......
    He was soooo good! They have been showing it on CMT lately and everytime I flip by I think, "What good is it without all of the cussing?"


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    The Big Lebowski
    Clerks (I didn't like the second one too much...it was so cliche with the whole falling in love and having a baby thing. It was more like a RomCom. I hate RomCom's)
    O Brother Where Art Thou?
    Duplex
    The Toy (Master Bates...LMAO! Anyone who's seen it knows what I'm talking about)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dulcinea View Post
    He was soooo good! They have been showing it on CMT lately and everytime I flip by I think, "What good is it without all of the cussing?"
    Jackie's cussin' made it even more funnier....

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    I admit it, I LOVE crude movies, and Jackass is among my favorites! Particularly, this scene

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS0Q5d1GtgU

    And this one

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEcpJLRqZ-g
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    Jackass sucks, no offense to you HC, but IMO there's no comedy, just well uhh Jackassary.. Great for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doyleloyal View Post
    clerks 2 is the best! i love clerks but it was no where near as funny as the 2nd one. that may be blasphemy but i stand by it. come on they had a donkey show!
    Love Kevin Smith's movies. Also his "Evening with" shows. Do you ever listen to his Smodcasts? There've been a few times when he's talking with Jay and tears are streaming down my face because I'm laughing so hard!

    I love The Goonies as well. The first time I watched it on DVD I chose the commentary option with the stars of the movie, and it was hilarious! They spent a good portion of it just ragging on Sean Astin. I think they recorded it while he'd just started doing the Lord of the Rings movies. At one point he had to leave the commentary, and they just started cracking on him!
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    1.Animal House
    2.Blazing Saddles
    3.Blues Brothers

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    Cool Favorite Movies?

    My favorite movies are as listed below--
    1.the wrath of titans
    2.the avengers
    3.Matrix
    4.Titanic and ,
    5.The Notebook

    What about you guys ?
    hop over to these guys
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    There have been so many LOL movies throughout the years, it's hard to pick just one. My favorites are:

    Airplane (all of them)
    Any movie by Mel Brooks
    Uncle Buck
    Stripes
    Private Benjamin

    To name a few.
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    Drop Dead Gorgeous

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheeBee View Post
    Drop Dead Gorgeous

    "baby get up...we gotta go to state!!!"
    Ellen Barkin with the beer can melded into her hand! That is my all time favorite comedy. I watch it at least once a month. "Hey one of you boys want to give me a ride home?" "Don't fall for it she lives 2 trailers down!" "So what?, it will be real easy"

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    1. Animal House

    2. The Big Lebowski

    3. Young Frankenstein

    4. Raising Arizona

    5. Airplane!

    Honorable mention....not a "comedy" but always makes me smile, "The Thin Man."
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    Drop Dead Gorgeous is HYSTERICAL! I don't normally buy movies, but I own this one! I also love Christmas Vacation, Uncle Buck and anything with Adam Sandler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiotBoots View Post
    Ellen Barkin with the beer can melded into her hand! That is my all time favorite comedy. I watch it at least once a month. "Hey one of you boys want to give me a ride home?" "Don't fall for it she lives 2 trailers down!" "So what?, it will be real easy"
    We watch it a least once a month also. Your quote is one of my favorites. My daughter takes it to other people's homes just so she can spread the joy.

    It is actually really hard not to keep quoting the movie here.

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    hmm........ Well for me the 40 years old virgin and the American pie.
    hop over to these guys
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    Valley of the Dolls
    Whatever Happened to Baby Jane
    How Green Was My Valley
    The Turning Point
    Min and Bill
    Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice.
    Long Day's Journey Into Night

    to name a few

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