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Any really funny movies?

and ive already seen 21 jump street so plz dont answer that.

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Funny is very subjective (different for everyone). I'll tell you some movies I thought were finny but they may not be your taste just like i dont think most of these idiot spoofed remakes of old shows (like 21 Jump Street) are very funny. Also many of my favs are a little older because they are from when i was in high school and college.
Talladega Nights (i cant stand Will
Ferrell most of the time but i
sort of liked this one)
Joe vs the Volcano
The Burbs
Princess Bride
Shanghai Noon
Toys
Zoolander
Mr Deeds
Rat Race
Real Genius
Father of the Bride

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

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Um for your age I would say Up.

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just letting you know tht was a reeqlly boring movie and i watch pg-13 to r rates movies
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I thought it was cute, funny and sad sometimes. When my mother, sister and I went to see it in the theater it was a really good movie and it still is. haha yeah
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Scary movie 1
Scary movie 2
Scary movie 3
And
Scary movie 4 - this one is the best

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lol thx
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Yup
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Anything with Will Ferrel or Adam Sandler.

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there my fav actors!
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SAME HAHa!
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Grownups or project x if it came out im not for sure

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hit n run and ted. dont forget about the dictator

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i think imma watch the dictator with my friend tonight thx! :)
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rob zombie movies are the best. be prepared to be freaked out though. I mean, if you are serious about wanting to be scared...

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"Caddyshack", "Animal House", "Blues Brothers", "Major League", "Back to School", "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles", "Trading Places", "Coming to America", Uncle Buck", "The Breakfast Club", "Real Genius", "Sixteen Candles", and "Better Off Dead"

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The Watch, Rock of Ages, Ice Age, The Lorax, Puss n Boots

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vampires suck

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tht was funny.
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your highness

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Napolean Dynamite and The Simpsons Movie

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Napolean Dynamite was funny.
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You know it!! :o)
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Zombi-land

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Taladega Nights :P

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space balls

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Ace Ventura - Pet Detective

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me too
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When he was going in the check something, he said, "Wait 15 minutes. If I'm not back, wait longer." I thought that was funny. Actually, I thought that was the only funny thing in the whole movie.
Humor is a very personal thing, eh?
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I've been accused of liking dark humor, slapstick, absurdist humor, British humor, and some really goofy humor - I'm all over the place - and I could never figure out why.
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I like pretty much all of those . . . I'm just really picky about wanting the best.
Black Comedy Tops:
Harold and Maude
Being There
Dr. Strangelove

Harold and Maude sticks out to me as unique in that there's not a dull scene in it. Every scene makes you sit up and say, "Oh yeah, this one."

"So Harold, just how many of these . . . suicides . . . have you performed?"
He ends up telling him about 12, if I remember correctly.
"I see. And were they all for your mother's benefit?"
"Oh, no. I would not say . . . benefit"
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H & M was truly hilarious. When I was a kid I really liked "Arsenic and Old Lace" with Cary Grant - I think that influenced my dark humor appeal. Strangelove killed me - especially Jack Ripper and his theory of how Commies were poisoning children's milk to convert them somehow - and his profound "loss of essence" after making love that he correctly interpreted as part of the Commie plot. Of course Peter Sellers was brilliant - in his three roles - especially as Strangelove - (parody of Edward Teller) - who wanted to put a nucleus of the finest human specimens in a mine shaft for 100 years with a ratio of 10 women to every man - where there would be "much time and little to do"...along with George C. Scott beating up the Russian Ambassador in the War Room - hilarious, Kubrick at his best. ;-)
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When people ask me who my favorite actor/actress is, I can never name just one. I tell them, "Well, I have my chameleons."
Some actors are good, and we enjoy their presence in a movie. Gregory Peck, James Stewart, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall, among many others who almost always deliver great performances. But my favorites are those who can truly create new characters in each role. Some more than others. Dustin Hoffman plays the same basic character in about half of his movies. But then he does a turn as Tootsie and does what no other actor has ever done, for me at least. He comes up with an opposite sex persona, and you believe it. I actually had to keep reminding myself that it was a man. Dorothy Michaels became real for me. Mrs. Doubtfire never was. It was a funny and endearing performance, but it was always Robin Williams. Add on Rain Man and you can begin to see why I use the term chameleon. And I loved him in his recent movie with Emma Thompson, "Last Chance Harvey".
But my favorite chameleons? William Macy, Meryl Streep, Vincent D'Onofrio, Thandie Newton, Giovanni Ribisi, Charlize Theron . . . and, of course, Peter Sellers. These are the great actors and actresses of film, some you hardly recognize from one character to another. They are the true craftsmen of their trade.
One thing about making lists, you know you've forgotten some important names that truly belong there.
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Kubrick was bizarre. Loved some of his work, hated others. And sometimes both in the same movie. David Lynch, too. Loved Elephant Man, but not much else, really. Oh, and I did enjoy the joint venture of Kubrick and Spielberg, "AI". Jude Law was great.
Look for a question I'll post about performances that are "small gems".
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"One thing about making lists, you know you've forgotten some important names that truly belong there." Like Morgan Freeman, Denzel Washington, the list goes on...
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Tootsie was also hilarious - to this day I remember the seen when he goes to meet his agent at dinner (the recently deceased Sidney Pollack) - who looks at him in full drag and is horrified - telling something to the effect that he would help get him into therapy. Classic comedy. I have worked in and out of the film industry - on a few features, but mostly on documentary work - although I have degrees in other fields - filmmaking has always been my passion.
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Very cool. I'm a singer-songwriter and have aspirations to be a novelist. I'm working on two at the moment, one a psychological science fiction story and the other a juvenile novel about a psychologically abused 11 year old boy. I've gotten some really good feedback on both.
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Ted all of the scary movies

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My all time favorite comedies:

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Fletch
Groundhog Day
The Princess Bride
Tootsie
and
Demolition Man (Okay, it was an science fiction action movie. But it was FUNNY!)

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Definitely Ferris - did you ever listen to the jazz band, "Save Ferris"? - named after the movie. Princess Bride was hilarious - Wallace Sean.
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"You keep on a-usin' that word. I do not think it means what you think it means".
Yes, it was.

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