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post #91 of 131
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Originally Posted by Spencer Young
I saw Thank You For Smoking a few months ago, it was quite clever. Let's not forget Dogma, either. I can't think of another movie that makes you think "this is so wrong, I love it" as much.
I would have to file Dogma under 'blows' myself, but viva la something and all that
post #92 of 131
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Originally Posted by Millerp


"Ohh Fitch!"

"Ohh, Stiffler's Mom!"

"Do do do do, Mrs. Robinson...."


LOL
post #93 of 131
How did I forget The Blues Brothers!

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Originally Posted by m@T
I would have to file Dogma under 'blows' myself, but viva la something and all that

Agree, Kevin Smith is the most overrated fimmaker ever.
post #94 of 131
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Originally Posted by dusty
Agree, Kevin Smith is the most overrated fimmaker ever.
I like Kevin Smith in principle, indy n cool n DIY n all that, but in reality I have never liked any of his movies other than Chasing Amy (which I loved)
post #95 of 131
So I'm late in weighing in on this... but I'll attribute that to my 2-yr absence from the boards.

Some Like It Hot
Sugar: I come from this musical family. My mother is a piano teacher and my father was a conductor.
Joe: Where did he conduct?
Sugar: On the Baltimore and Ohio.

The Jerk
Navin: He hates these cans. Stay away from the cans.

Airplane!
Rumack: Captain, how soon can you land?
Captain Oveur: I can't tell.
Rumack: You can tell me. I'm a doctor.
Captain Oveur: No. I mean I'm just not sure.
Rumack: Well, can't you take a guess?
Captain Oveur: Well, not for another two hours.
Rumack: You can't take a guess for another two hours?

Zoolander
Mugatu (hypnotizing Derek) : Hello, Derek. Welcome to your relaxation time. Let this wonderful 80s classic sooth you. Just a nice, warm happy time. Happy. Happy. Happy, ha ha ha ha ha. Nothing to worry about at all. Just relax. ... Hey there, Derek! My name is Little Cletus. I'm just a regular kid who wants you to know the truth about child labor laws, ok? They're silly and outdated. In the good old days, children as young as five could work as they pleased; from textile factories to iron smelts. Yippee, hurray!

Van Wilder
McDoogle: I've been waiting all these years for you to realize your potential.
Van: That's why you and I had friction? God, I always thought it was because I fooled around with your daughter freshman year.
McDoogle: Why, what... You fooled around with my daughter?!
Van Wilder: What?

Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle
Officer 1 (noticing the jail keys in the door and Jackson sitting inside the cell reading a book) : Hey, Jackson's trying to escape!
Jackson: What are you talking about? I'm just sitting here.
Officer 2: He's trying to break free! Get him!
Tarik (spread eagles on the cell wall, while still holding the book in one hand) : Aw, shit.
Officer 1: Don't move. Stop resisting! We need back up now! He's got a gun!
Tarik: That's not a gun, that's a book.
Officer 2: Secure the book!
Officer 3 (grabbing book on human rights) : Book is secure. You bring this filth in here? What is this shit?
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post #97 of 131
Because most of the responses have been fairly recent movies, I'll pick an old one: Duck Soup.
post #98 of 131
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
Funny Games

Oh! Nasty. Great movie, but not so many yuks.

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Originally Posted by aportnoy
Withnail and I

Thankyou. I can't believe it took five fucking pages before someone brought this up.

"I don't advise a haircut, man. All hairdressers are in the employment of the government. Hairs are your aerials. They pick up signals from the cosmos, and transmit them directly into the brain. This is the reason bald-headed men are uptight."

"I've been watching you. Especially you, prancing like a tit."
post #99 of 131
What's with the Kevin Smith hate? I thought Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back was hilarious.

That reminds me -- I'm going to have to check out Clerks before Clerks II comes out.
post #100 of 131
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Originally Posted by Stax
I don't know why, but I found this SO boring. I flipped through it and just gave up. I think it may be because I have a sicker sense of humor than almost any of the people telling the joke. Also, it was awkward that there almost never was an audience shown. About the only time I laughed was seeing the reactions from the audience at the roast or whatever that was.
post #101 of 131
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Originally Posted by ATM
Because most of the responses have been fairly recent movies, I'll pick an old one: Duck Soup.
I'm with you on that one (and also whoever mentioned Murder By Death - the interactions between Alec Guiness as the blind butler and the actress whose name I've forgotten as the deaf/dumb cook are hilarious).
I agree with a lot of the obvious and frequently repeated choices: Airplane, Caddyshack, Planes, Trains, & Automobiles, early Woody Allen, etc. Possibly omitted: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, World; Strange Brew;
Also, while the movie overall was just ok, the "Freebird" scene in Elizabethtown made me laugh/cough up a lung.
post #102 of 131
Has anyone mentioned Midnight Run yet? One of my favorites which I neglected to post previously.
post #103 of 131
Silly me! Has anyone mentioned "O Brother Where Art Thou"? Now that is a funny movie.
post #104 of 131
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Originally Posted by JBZ
Has anyone mentioned Midnight Run yet? One of my favorites which I neglected to post previously.

The "Duke", Alonzo Mosley...a classic that saw again last night.
post #105 of 131
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
Silly me! Has anyone mentioned "O Brother Where Art Thou"? Now that is a funny movie.

Great soundtrack too. One of the best CDs in my collection.
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