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    Another cabin fever question: what is the funniest movie you ever watched?

  • #2
    Idiocracy is right near the top of the list, both for being funny and prophetic.

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    • #3
      Young Frankenstein. Runners-up: National Lampoon's Vacation, Blazing Saddles, and Meet the Parents.

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      • #4
        Count another vote for "Blazing Saddles."
        I also thought "Fatso" with Dom DeLuise and "The Cheap Detective"with Peter Falk were hilarious.

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        • #5
          Anger Management was pretty good.
          Also Grown Ups, Happy Gilmore, White Chicks, Hancock (That one is great) Some of the Avenger movies are kinda funny at parts, Guardians of the Galaxy got me laughing pretty good at parts... good luck!
          Seth

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          • #6
            I guess I am some what old school with Monty Python's Search for the Holy Grail. Every time some one mentions hedge fund I start having flash backs and it deteriorates to the attack bunny and the discussion of the sparrows. Robin Hood Men in Tights is also good.

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            • #7
              Had to be Blazing Saddles.

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              • #8
                Ferris Buehler's Day Off isn't the funniest comedy I've ever seen, but definitely my favorite.

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                • #9
                  Blazing Saddles ranks right up there, but The Pink Panther starring Peter Sellers is hard to beat.

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                  • #10
                    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World was a funny movie.
                    You young guys should rent it.
                    Amazing, it must be some type of record for the number of famous actors in one movie.

                    1. Spencer Tracy

                    2. Milton Berle

                    3. Sid Caesar

                    4. Buddy Hackett

                    5. Ethel Merman

                    6. Mickey Rooney

                    7. Phil Silvers

                    8. Jonathan Winters

                    9. Edie Adams

                    10. Jim Backus

                    11. Andy Devine

                    12. Peter Falk

                    13. Don Knotts

                    14. Jimmy Durante

                    15. Joe DeRita one of The Three Stooges

                    16. Larry Fine one of The Three Stooges

                    17. Moe Howard one of The Three Stooges

                    18. Jack Benny

                    19. Jerry Lewis



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                    • #11
                      H. Myles!
                      Yup! Pink Panther is classic!
                      Nobody spoke up for "Smokey and The Bandit"!
                      Thought I was going to lose it when Gleason comes out of the toilet trailing toilet paper!
                      Old school but funny!

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                      • #12
                        The Marx Brothers in Duck Soup....Yuk,Yuk,Yuk!!

                        Robin Hood: Men in Tights.....

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Treestand View Post
                          The Marx Brothers in Duck Soup....Yuk,Yuk,Yuk!!

                          Robin Hood: Men in Tights.....
                          Groucho Marx once said that the secret to life is honesty and fair dealing. "If you can fake that, you've got it made."

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                          • #14
                            I just recently, 1/3rd watched, 3/4's heard and missed a 1/4 of the Interviewer. I found it to be the funniest movie I can remember.

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                            • #15
                              "No Time For Sergeants" with Andy Griffith, Nick Adams, Myron McCormick, and the hilarious Don Knotts.
                              The scenes where Stockdale bends the rings and puts them together, and makes the commodes stand at attention, are stomp down, knee slappin' howlers, and the whole thing is so funny, I laugh til I hurt, even on the fourteenth or fifteenth viewing!

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