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Posted: 11/16/2001 8:25:51 PM EDT
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Cheech and Chong"Up in smoke" Half Baked Freddy got fingered You will piss yo pants
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Clerks. Anyone else see this masterpiece? Edited because budweiser says I cant spell.
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American Pie2
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[b][i]Dumb and Dumber[/i][/b]
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Used Cars Meatballs Caddyshack Young Frankenstein Stripes
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Gotta go with Paul on Blazing Saddles. "Scuze me while I whip this out!"
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Caddyshack. Ace Ventura. (I was laughing to tears the first time I saw this one). Danny Kaye movies rank at the top for me, too.
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Clerks, Mallrats, Dogma - "Snoochie Boochies" [:D] Chasing Amy was Okay, but not what I'd classify as a true comedy O'Brother Where Art Though -was pretty damn good too - somethin' bout that Bluegrass that rocks
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[b]ANIMAL HOUSE![/B]
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No contest for me.... Evil dead II.
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Me, Myself and Irene, had its moments.
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Animal House: Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life son. Caddyshack Stripes Blues Brothers 1941 Yeah, I was raised in the '70s, It's not my fault I'm dumb! Blackbeard, I live right down the street where used cars was filmed.
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AIRPLANE! never fails to crack me up.
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Cabin Boy?
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Originally Posted By mojo: To me several: Monty Python and the Holy Grail, A fish named Wanda, Rush Hour 1 and 2.....
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Holy Grail was funny as hell! Favorite part: "none shall pass".
Link Posted: 11/16/2001 9:51:59 PM EDT
Of hand, "Dumb And Dumber".
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Blazing Saddles- you couldn't get away with making a movie like that anymore..... O Brother, Where Art Thou- funniest movie I've seen in years- I almost pissed my pants, I laughed so hard. See both, if you haven't already, and keep your mind, and your eyes, open, when you watch them. A really good time.
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In no particular order: No Time For Sergeants Nat'l Lampoons Christmas Vacation Monty Python and the Holy Grail Arthur
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1941 blazing saddles
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Four Rooms Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels Snatch Blazing Saddles
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The Producers
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Its a Mad Mad Mad World The Producers Caddy Shack Blazing Saddles A few of my favorites
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The Little Rascals and "Uncle George". Yum, yum eatum up.
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Animal House Blues Brothers Harold & Maude Caddyshack Vacation (1,Xmas,Vegas) Trading Places Fletch Four Weddings & A Funeral Gross Pointe Blank 16 Candles ..and, the first time I saw the South Park movie I couldn't breathe for the first twenty minutes from laughing.
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Blazing Saddles No Time For Sargeants Mister Roberts Survivors
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Naked Gun! Airplane Mr. Maggo Happy Gilmore Tommy Boy Up In Smoke Vacation
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Duck Soup, The Marx Bros.
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Tommy boy killed me it is only good once though. Blazing saddles
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Lots of mine have been mentioned so I'll go with Shakes the Clown (Bobcat Goldthwait). OMG, if you can imagine aunt Esther from Sanford and Son (she has a bit part) saying the following "I've got that peanut butter pussy. Brown smooth and [b]easy to spread[/b]". The whole movie rules.
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Also: Planes, Trains, & Automobiles Throw Mama from the Train Uncle Buck The Breakfast Club What was the movie where Danny DeVito inherited the Apartment building, was it "The Super"?
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Animal House is not only the Greatest movie,the Most Important movie,It is the Funniest Ever. cpermd
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The original Porky's [:D]
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Originally Posted By cpermd: Animal House is not only the Greatest movie,the Most Important movie,It is the Funniest Ever. cpermd
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That movie is such a classic. I can't count how many times I've seen that, but I still laugh out loud every time. "Christ. Seven years of college down the drain. Might as well join the fucking Peace Corps"
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Originally Posted By Ghettoblaster: Lots of mine have been mentioned so I'll go with Shakes the Clown (Bobcat Goldthwait).
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F'in mimes! I don't think I saw Kingpin either. Somebody musta pulled a Munson.
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Originally Posted By Major-Murphy: The Producers
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DAYUM! You are right- I had forgot about this movie- BETTER than Blazing Saddles. "Springtime For Hitler" is worth the rental of the video alone.... Unbelieveable. Politically incorrect before there was even such a term. Too bad Mel Brooks is anti-gun *sigh*....
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I can't believe none of you guys have mentioned Spaceballs! Kentucky Fried Movie is funny as hell too! Laughed my ass off when that Chinese Emperor de-capitates that one guy, then tells his servants, "Now take him to be tortured!!!"
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Raising Arizona Used Cars Happy Gilmore Hopscotch (Walter Mathau, not eay to find, worth looking for)
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Private School. Love the intro song.
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Raising Arizona "spose we go in there n git arselves killed..." 40MIKE
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Blue's Brothers CaddyShack Dr. Strangelove (but you gotta have an offbeat sense of humor)
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Originally Posted By ECS: Dr. Strangelove (but you gotta have an offbeat sense of humor)
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"Gentlemen, you can't fight in here- this is the war room!" - President Merkin Muffley, Dr Strangelove
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Sleeper, with Woody Allen. Young Frankenstein. "...Puttin' on the Ritz."
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Sleeper? Your age is showing.... About two-thirds of you named many of my favorites. I'll throw in "The Burbs", I've watched it about 6 times.
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The Gods must be Crazy.
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