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God I hope this hasn't been shown here yet.

Lately I've been watching some somewhat old movies (about '95+), George of the Jungle, and Better Off Dead. IMO Very funny movies.

What movies tickle Your funny bone?

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I liked the South Park and Beavis and Butt-Head films. Not that I'm infantile or anything...

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Some movies that are still funny after watching several times -

Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Rat Race
Airplane (both)
Naked Gun (all three)
The Out of Towners
The Man Who Knew Too Little
Ghostbusters
Caddyshack
Spaceballs
History of the World Part 1

Movies that were once funny, but I still enjoy watching -

Stripes
Spies Like Us
Disorderlies
Modern Problems
Scrooged
What About Bob
Revenge of the Nerds
Meatballs
Uncle Buck
Home Alone
Up the Creek
Real Genius
Summer School (sometimes)
Midnight Madness (very rare and I lost my copy)
Back to the Future (all three)

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Grosse Pointe Blank
True Lies
Sneakers
Maverick
Monty Python's films
Dogma
Airplane
South park BLU

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Beetlejuice (never gets old), Spaceballs, Dude Where's My Car, The Life of Brian, Good Burger...

Omg, I can't believe I forgot What About Bob.

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Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail

Austin Powers in Goldmember

Police Squad tapings

South Park Bigger Longer and Uncut and taped episodes

Beavis and Butthead Do America

Spaceballs

..theres more but I dont feel like staying here and posting them, so bite me :)

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mel brooks movies (how does mel land all the cherry poles in those films? ;P)

airplane I&II (I guess I picked the wrong day to quit sniffing glue)

cheech and chong movies (next movie is the best)

one crazy summer (bob goldwaith in a gojira suit!)

a fish called wanda/fierce creatures (not sequels, but equals)

titanic (I love it when that guy falls and bounces off the propeller as the ship goes down)

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Dogma
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail
Monty Python: Life of Brian
Southpark: Bigger, Louder and Uncut
Twelve Monkeys

I'm sure I can come up with lots more, but... well, not right now anyway.

VileSlay confessed:
titanic (I love it when that guy falls and bounces off the propeller as the ship goes down)

You watched the movie at least four times and you cried at least twice, admit it ;)

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South Park (bigger, longer and uncut)
Monty Python (Life of Brian and Holy Grail)
Naked Gun (all 3)
Loaded Weapon 1
Spy Hard
Top Secret!
Austin Powers (International Man of Mystery)
Dead Pool (the radio-controlled car chase bit)
Red Dwarf (when it eventually comes out...)

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VileSlay said:

titanic (I love it when that guy falls and bounces off the propeller as the ship goes down)


teeheehee, we went to see titanic in to one of the largest teathers in finland, and it was packed. when that scene came up, half of the teather was crying, and we burst up laughing, real good, real loud. if a view could kill, we would've died a hundred times that night.

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VileSlay said:

...titanic (I love it when that guy falls and bounces off the propeller as the ship goes down)

Best. Part. Ever.

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Mallrats (the 'My Cousin Walter' stories)

Airplane ("Of course i'm serious. And don't call me Shirley")

Naked Gun ("Nice Beaver")

Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas ("We can't stop here. This is bat country")

Road Trip ("It's not cheating if you put peanut butter on your balls, and get your dog to lick it off")

Dogma ("So do you do anal? Is it true that chicks fart when you blast 'em in the ass?")

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scorpion said:

You watched the movie at least four times and you cried at least twice, admit it ;)


::sniffle, sniffle:: yes you got me, I cried ::tears::

heh, it was funny when it came out on video. I worked at a Tower Video that had a midnight madness sale to be the first to legally sell the tapes/dvd's. only two people came to buy it, even though it was advertised. LOL

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Spike said:

Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas ("We can't stop here. This is bat country")


YES! awesome movie. captured the essence of the book quite well. the one line that bugged me out was from the state trooper: "how bout a little kiss? it's lonely out here." WTF? that was not in the book, but fuckin hillarious in the movie.

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The entire bootcamp scene in Full Metal Jacket, with Gomer Pyle becoming more and more dehumanised...I know I shouldn't laugh, but some of the scenes of Gunnery Sgt Hartman dishing it out on Pyle are hilarious IMO.

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