What's the funniest scene you've ever seen in a movie?

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Last year I saw 'Night at the Opera' (I think that was it) for the first time. The scene where Groucho and Chico were haggling over the contract had me laughing hysterically.

lawrence kansas (lawrence kansas), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 16:35 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I was completely sober at the time which in itself was some sort of milestone.

lawrence kansas (lawrence kansas), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 16:39 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The scene in Fish Called Wanda where Kevin Kline alternately apologizes to John Cleese and kicks his lifeless body.

Kenan Hebert (kenan), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 17:03 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The scene where Gene Wilder is locked in with the monster, Young Frankenstein.

slutsky (slutsky), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 17:22 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

probably the scene in withnail and i where they go to the tea shop drunk. closely followed by the scene where withnail gets pulled over for driving drunk. closely followed by the scene where they first meet uncle monty to get the keys.

j fail (cenotaph), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 17:51 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

oh yeah, the opening of putney swope complete with "HOW MANY SYLLABLES, MARIO???"

j fail (cenotaph), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 17:52 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Divine on a trampoline at the end of Female Trouble.

Arthur (Arthur), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 17:59 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

the only funny(gut wrenching kind) movie/scene i can think of is the first hour of the Corndog Man..and its sort of a one trick poney...but a i was in tears.

thomas de'aguirre (biteylove), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 18:20 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Also, that scene in My Man Godfrey where Carole Lombard says something like, "Well, if some people can have five children, then other people can have five children!" and stomps off in a huff. Warms my heart.

Poor Carole Lombard, who FDR called the first American female casualty of WWII.

slutsky (slutsky), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 21:04 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The first time we see the Hot Dog car in 'Dumb and Dumber'.

Andrew L (Andrew L), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 21:33 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

stonehenge

tb, Wednesday, 30 April 2003 21:42 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

It's either the sumo fight from Sonatine or the slipping paperboy from While You Were Sleeping.

Frühlingsmute (Wintermute), Wednesday, 30 April 2003 22:19 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Chevy Chase's fancy restaurant nose bleed -- Modern Problems

Chevy Chase sees his long lost dog running across a field in the distance -- Funny Farm

Chevy Chase gets run over by a perfectly spherical boulder while trying to kill his mail man -- Funny Farm

Will Ferrel's drugged out tranquilizer rampage -- Old School

Will Ferrel brain washing scene -- Zoolander

Vince Vaughn, every second of screen time he has -- Made

PVC (peeveecee), Thursday, 1 May 2003 02:14 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I've never (1) laughed as much as I did the first time I saw them kill off the bad guy at the end of the first Naked Gun. If you're going over the top, you might as well go waaaay over. The Sanity Clause is probably funnier, though.

(1) Except at "Bart the Daredevil".

b.R.A.d. (Brad), Thursday, 1 May 2003 02:41 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The first five minutes of Broken Lizard's Super Troopers = I literally sprang a leak. Plus the "meow" scene wasn't too shabby neither.

nickalicious (nickalicious), Thursday, 1 May 2003 13:44 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The scene in JACKASS THE MOVIE where the guy pees on some snow and then digests it and then pukes everywhere (and one of the Jackass crew kicks him in the nuts just to make it worse). Had me in stiches.

Vacation and Fletch have some corkers, and so does Airplane. Freddy got Fingered was widely lambasted but I thought it was subversive as fuck and really hilarious.

Calum, Thursday, 1 May 2003 14:16 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Hardest laughing, as far as I can recall...

Being around eleven and watching "Up In Smoke" for the first time with my Dad and uncle. Mind you, both of them are about as far away from Cheech and Chong as you could get, but they still laughed their ass off. I was pretty young and didn't get the whole dope thing, but the scene where they end up on that median with the car filled with smoke is still funny as hell to me now.

The first time I saw "Raising Arizona" I thought I was going to split my side. I laughed at the entire thing and was completely straight. The scenes with John Goodman in the therapy circle in the prison where he states "sometimes a man has to choose between a family and a career" and when they break out during the rain storm still kill me.

Seeing "The Big Lebowski" in the theatre on grass was out of hand. My friend laughed so hard, he got sick during the part when Turturro shows up on screen as the bowler. There are so many subtle things in the dialog and scenes (like the Autobahn album cover) that movie gets to me, but maybe I identify more with Lebowski than I care to admit.

The play scenes in Rushmore of Serpico and later with the Vietnam epic are also killed me.

Of course, it is hard to remember how hard I laughed the first time I saw all of those great Mel Brooks movies, Airplane, etc.

The scenes in The Producers with the Nazi play writer are great. "Hitler was a better dancer than Churchill." I only know Dick Shawn from this movie and "It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World", but he takes over the stage every time he was on screen.

earlnash, Thursday, 1 May 2003 14:55 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Yeah, Turturro as "The Jesus" is one of my favorite film moments of all time. Turturro gets a great deal of the best parts in Coen brothers movies (like in Oh Brother..., "I thought they turned you into a horny toad!").

nickalicious (nickalicious), Thursday, 1 May 2003 17:15 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

yeah, something from rushmore, spinal tap (puppet show and spinal tap??) or guffman (that little shuffly dance with the backwards pants), or the scene in friday where ice cube smokes out and does the "i'm trippin! wait... am i trippin?" thing while looking at that stuffed animal or whatever it was

ron (ron), Thursday, 1 May 2003 19:26 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

"And you...are you sure you don't feel a little...titter?...when I mention the name.....Biggus............Dickus?!"

Joe (Joe), Thursday, 1 May 2003 23:20 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

for me, withnail & i owns this thread. hard to isolate a particular moment, but the scenes preceding their attempt to clean out the sink always send me into wheezing fits. forman's fireman's ball runs a close second.

lauren (laurenp), Thursday, 1 May 2003 23:28 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Oh my goodness, Guffman... The "Stool Boom" song, My Dinner with Andre action figures... "'Ello! 'Ow are 'ou?" "He sings, he dances, he directs. There's only one other person who can do that, and that's Barbara Streisand." I love it.

Prude (Prude), Friday, 2 May 2003 02:29 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I'm torn between the Young Frankenstein scene that slutsky mentioned and the Super Troopers opening nickalicious mentioned. On the one hand, I think Young Frankenstein is a funnier movie, while Super Troopers -- although I liked it -- never reaches the superhilarity of those first five minutes. On the other hand, nickalicious is an adjective, and slutsky is not.

Since none of those things are really relevant, I'll call it a tie.

Tep (ktepi), Friday, 2 May 2003 02:47 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Doesn't Gene Wilder do the best slow burn ever?

slutsky (slutsky), Friday, 2 May 2003 02:50 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

He does, that's the thing. There are things in Gene Wilder's best comedic performances which are so far beyond others', or simply don't exist in others', and I don't even know what to call them. One of them, for lack of any other term coming to mind, I can only call grace -- it really comes through in Blazing Saddles, particularly when he's first introduced.

Tep (ktepi), Friday, 2 May 2003 02:55 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I find strange things funny - actually the hardest I ever laughed was in Mulholland Drive when they find that guy behind the restaurant who is supposedly the embodiment of all evil, and he's just a funny, ratty-looking weirdo. I was the only one laughing.

I also laughed hard at the cowboy in The Big Lebowski. It seems like that was put there just for me.

Nordicskillz (Nordicskillz), Friday, 2 May 2003 04:22 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

"Sedagive?"

slutsky (slutsky), Friday, 2 May 2003 04:25 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I think the funniest thing I've seen is Michel Simon's performance in Boudu Saved from Drowning. The last shot of Mars Attacks!! is up there as well--Tom Jones among the yearlings.

amateurist (amateurist), Friday, 2 May 2003 06:46 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Dr. Stranglove's speech at the end of the movie.

A Nairn (moretap), Friday, 2 May 2003 20:42 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

the last scene of Dumb and Dumber

ryan (ryan), Friday, 2 May 2003 20:43 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

A FISH CALLED WANDA: John Cleese walks into the room and says "Champagne!" and then screams in horror when he finds his wife there instead of Jamie Lee Curtis, and then he finds Curtis hiding behind a china cabinet, and then Kevin Kline steps out from behind a door and makes up a totally preposterous story about being a CIA agent searching for a fugitive. The look on Cleese's face when Kevin Kline appears out of nowhere is the funniest thing I've ever seen on film in my life: shock, fear, bewilderment, confusion, relief, all melded into one. CLASSIC.

jewelly (jewelly), Monday, 5 May 2003 01:35 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I've never laughed as hard as when Anthony Hopkins lifts off the top of Ray Liotta's skull in Hannibal.

I think it was the sheer absurdity of it mixed with horror/disgust.

miloauckerman (miloauckerman), Monday, 5 May 2003 03:41 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I loved that scene. Especially Liotta's dialogue: "Oh boy, Doc, that smells great!"

slutsky (slutsky), Monday, 5 May 2003 03:44 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Hannibal was the worst film I've ever seen.

miloauckerman (miloauckerman), Monday, 5 May 2003 04:44 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The funniest ha-ha scene:

Office Space, geeks beating up a fax/copy machine to the Geto Boys.

miloauckerman (miloauckerman), Tuesday, 6 May 2003 20:05 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

my favorite bit of office space was where he was fantasizing that his manager was sexing aniston: "oh... yeahh. could i get you to just... a little to the... Yeahhh"

ron (ron), Thursday, 8 May 2003 16:15 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

seven months pass...
Tapeheads -- The bartender won't give John Cusack and Tim Robbins another round of drinks unless they pass his test for intoxication: recite the alphabet backwards, in sign language, skipping all vowels. So they do it.

KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park -- Gene Simmons: "Starchild! No need for gratitude...your thoughts SPEAK to us!!" Paul Stanley: "You're looking for someone...but it's NOT Kiss!!!!"

Joe (Joe), Thursday, 25 December 2003 05:54 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

The Stonehenge scene in Spinal Tap made me laugh real hard the first few times seeing it, and it still makes me chuckle.

latebloomer (latebloomer), Sunday, 28 December 2003 19:54 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Mungo punching a horse in Blazing Saddles.

Chuck Tatum (Chuck Tatum), Tuesday, 30 December 2003 21:06 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Pee Wee death scene in Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

Last shot of Citizen Kane.

@d@ml (nordicskilla), Tuesday, 30 December 2003 21:28 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Spinal Tap is on tv tonight, so some goodies:

Guest cleaning some fluff off his guitar mid-solo as it sustains the note

the zombies-style drummer in their 'Gimme some money' performance

"the druids..no-one knows who they were...or what they were doing..."

Saucy Jack

Artie Fufkin

sandwich-folding

Guest working in a shoe-shop


pete s, Wednesday, 31 December 2003 02:31 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Without a doubt, the funniest scene ever is ... in Dead Ringers when the twins play switcheroo while examining Claire. It's really subtle and very telling of my sense of humor, but if you think about the scene from Claire's point of view, it's extremely funny to imagine that your gynecologist stops examining to leave the room, change into a tuxedo, and finish the exam. Luckily Cronenberg doesn't hit you over the head with it. End.

TEH ONE AN ONLEY DEANN GULBAREY (deangulberry), Wednesday, 31 December 2003 02:41 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

The scene with John C. Reilly interrogating a very large, very black, very upset Marcie (Cleo King) in Magnolia. ("I don't even know no loud crash!")

Recording Bill Borchardt's "one line of dialogue" in American Movie... well, nearly any scene with Bill, really.

The fat opera singer opens his mouth and is shocked to hear a tuba instead of his voice in the Bugs Bunny short Long-Haired Hare.

Most of the sequences in that flamenco club in Silent Movie.

Ed Harris disco dancing in Creepshow.

Eric H. (Eric H.), Wednesday, 31 December 2003 07:14 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I always liked the scene in "High Fidelity" where John Cusack fantasizes about beating up Tim Robbins, if only for the unexpected "quiet and passive Todd Louiso smashes Robbins in the face with a phone, sending his teeth flying in the air" shot.

Gear! (Gear!), Thursday, 1 January 2004 22:06 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Not mention the gang ripping out the store's wall unit and crushing him with it.

Charles McCain (Charles McCain), Friday, 2 January 2004 17:50 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I totally forgot - watching John Malkovich's performance at the end of Rounders is by far the most I've ever laughed during a movie. I still crease up just thinking about it.

@d@ml (nordicskilla), Friday, 2 January 2004 18:46 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Hearing the title for the "Dude Where's My Car?" sequel. :-)

Chuck Tatum (Chuck Tatum), Friday, 2 January 2004 21:29 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

And oh -- of course! When Tim Roth stands on the table in Liar.

And when the film blacks out to the credit: "Also Starring David Alan Pickelsimer".

Chuck Tatum (Chuck Tatum), Friday, 2 January 2004 21:32 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Top Secret, when I was 8 yrs old.
more recently, the Marx Brothers and the opening scene of Lolita

nick.K (nick.K), Monday, 5 January 2004 09:13 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

One of my favorite funnies of all time was a really subtle thing in Tapeheads: when they're driving along all excited cuz they just booked the Swanky Modes, John Cusack reaches out the driver side window and grabs a beer from offscreen, while the car is moving.

And I seriously cannot NOT laugh until it hurts watching the Will-Ferrell-on-tranqs scene in Old School. Same (but to a slightly lesser extent) I could say for the "we're goin' streaking!" scene (especially "SNOOPALOOP!").

nickalicious (nickalicious), Wednesday, 7 January 2004 16:20 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Old School is not, on the whole, very funny, but that tranqulizer scene is hilarious.

ryan (ryan), Wednesday, 7 January 2004 18:59 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

ten months pass...
[Jeremiah finds Del Gue buried in the desert]
Jeremiah Johnson : Are you all right?
Del Gue : Yeah, I got a fine horse under me!

:| (....), Friday, 12 November 2004 08:26 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Old School is not, on the whole, very funny, but that tranqulizer scene is hilarious.
-- ryan (augustuscaesar2...), January 7th, 2004


How can you say that?

"...Now, fuckin' every now and then I fall apart!"

"Billy, earmuffs"

"Hey, honey, we're streakin'!"

"You're my BOY, Blue! You're my boy!"

And of course"

"Duuuuddde, youuuu've gottttaa darrrrttt sttuuuckk innnn youuu'rrre neccckkk."

"You're crazy, man....I like you, but you're crazy."

jay blanchard (jay blanchard), Friday, 12 November 2004 13:47 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

WC Fields failing to sleep in a hammock -- is that The Old-Fashioned Way? Anything where he takes on Baby LeRoy, really...

Oliver Hardy's reaction take near the end of Sons of the Desert.

Dr Morbius (Dr Morbius), Friday, 12 November 2004 17:17 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

steven soderbergh narrating his letter to attractive woman #2 in schizopolis.

julie hagerty blowing up otto the autopilot and then leslie nielsen walks in on them in airplane (scratch that, ALL the leslie nielsen scenes in that are totally classic:
"well, there was a choice: steak or fish."
"mmm, yes, i remember. i had the lasagna.")

the catholic high school girls in trouble! segment of kentucky fried movie ("show me your NUTS!")

many many many many scenes from wet hot american summer but to single out specific scene, when victor's driving back to camp, singing along to "danny's song" and then suddenly shouting OH FUCK! and crashing it into a tree. fuckin' hysterics.

how about funniest deleted scene: parker posey's alternate audition monologue in waiting for guffman ("WHO'S ON TOP AND WHO'S ON BOTTOM NOW?!?!") (my roommate last year knew this monologue by heart and would do it for you on request)

joseph (joseph), Friday, 12 November 2004 20:58 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

"Eight year olds, Dude."

jay blanchard (jay blanchard), Friday, 12 November 2004 21:25 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

election - the speeches given by the candidates during the assembly, especially paul's speech read directly from his crumbled up piece of notebook paper about how he lead the football team to victory in the fourth quarter. and then the whole thing culminating with tammy telling everyone to vote for her, or better yet, don't vote at all.

and the simple scene where paul is in his spanish class and the teacher tells him in spanish that he's to report to the principals office.


liar liar - maybe it was due to my being really high but the first time i saw this i completely lost it during the scene when jim carrey is going around the conference room making fun of all the lawyers.

metfigga (metfigga), Friday, 12 November 2004 21:35 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

election

Yeah, that scene is pretty great, especially the kid with cerebral palsy who's running for vice president unopposed! What hilarious and observant details.

Eric H. (Eric H.), Friday, 12 November 2004 21:57 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

buster keaton flashes some ridiculous secret gang sign about 30 times in "the high sign" and every single time it's totally hilarious.

also, henry fonda falling flat on his face in "the lady eve" and eve mistaking the horse's nuzzling for charles are two of the best scenes ever, both in the same movie.

a spectator bird (a spectator bird), Friday, 12 November 2004 22:58 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Without a doubt, the funniest scene ever is ... in Dead Ringers when the twins play switcheroo while examining Claire. It's really subtle and very telling of my sense of humor, but if you think about the scene from Claire's point of view, it's extremely funny to imagine that your gynecologist stops examining to leave the room, change into a tuxedo, and finish the exam. Luckily Cronenberg doesn't hit you over the head with it. End.
-- TEH ONE AN ONLEY DEANN GULBAREY (EMAL...), December 31st, 2003.

on the mark my feathered friend (you are a bird right?)

latebloomer (latebloomer), Saturday, 13 November 2004 20:58 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

metfigga--thanks for making me no longer feel like the only person who appreciates the movie "Liar Liar"

"I'm Jose Conseco!"

jay blanchard (jay blanchard), Sunday, 14 November 2004 04:11 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

the last ten minutes of SAW

latebloomer (latebloomer), Monday, 15 November 2004 12:05 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

the lobster scene in annie hall!

Remy (x Jeremy), Tuesday, 16 November 2004 03:44 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

william demarest falling flat on his ass in "the miracle of morgan's creek"

Dr Morbius (Dr Morbius), Tuesday, 16 November 2004 16:30 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

one year passes...
the part in THE JERK where steve martin attatches the house to the back of the car

the bit in BANANAS where the old lady gets beat up on the subway and woody kicks her crutch away

piscesboy, Tuesday, 10 January 2006 17:52 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Probably in the W.C. Fields short The Dentist, when he's working on the tall, stuck-up lady in the chair.

Jeff LeVine (Jeff LeVine), Tuesday, 10 January 2006 18:43 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

I'm not proud of it, but there was a silent comedy trio variously called A Ton of Fun or The 3 Fatties -- they tipped the scales between 250 and 400 pounds -- whose weight-based slapstick frequently sent me into oxygen debt. Scroll down to "Heavy Love":

http://www.filmclassic.com/Exclusives.htm


Tubby workmen falling through the roof of the house they're building; hard to top.

Dr Morbius (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 12 January 2006 15:03 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

the lobster scene in annie hall!

What's awesome about it is that later on you see Annie's pictures of Alvy holding the lobster up on the wall in her apartment.

Elvis Telecom (Chris Barrus), Friday, 13 January 2006 02:44 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

For me it's the lunch scene in His Girl Friday...

Walter: Certainly, why I wouldn't let her stay. She deserves all this happiness, Bruce. All the things I couldn't give her. Yeah, all she ever wanted was a home.
Bruce: Well, I'll certainly try to give her one.
Walter: I know you will, Bruce. Where are you gonna live?
Bruce: Albany.
Walter: Albany, huh? Got a family up there then?
Bruce: No, just my mother.
Walter: 'Just your mother.' Oh, you're gonna live with your mother?
Bruce: Well, just for the first year.
Walter: Oh, that will be nice! Yes, yes, a home with mother - in Albany too!
Bruce: Mighty nice little town - Albany. They've got the state capital there, you know.
Walter: Well Bruce, how is business up there? Any better?
Bruce: Well, Albany's a mighty good insurance town. Most people there take it out pretty early in life.
Walter: Yeah, well I can see why they would

Elvis Telecom (Chris Barrus), Friday, 13 January 2006 02:53 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

I think the longest I've ever laughed at something in a movie was the first time I saw Cave Dwellers, when Ator manages to make a hand glider. But I was very young then.

Casuistry (Chris P), Saturday, 14 January 2006 12:52 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

twelve years pass...

I'm torn between the Young Frankenstein scene that slutsky mentioned and the Super Troopers opening nickalicious mentioned. On the one hand, I think Young Frankenstein is a funnier movie, while Super Troopers -- although I liked it -- never reaches the superhilarity of those first five minutes. On the other hand, nickalicious is an adjective, and slutsky is not.
Since none of those things are really relevant, I'll call it a tie.

― Tep (ktepi), Friday, 2 May 2003 02:47 (fifteen years ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

two not-bad shouts, but my two YF high points are "what hump" and 'puttin on the ritz'

the high fidelity scene where they kick the shit out of robbins also one i remember losing it at

lestat dancing a corpse around in front of a horrified brad pitt took ten minutes to recover from nb this may not have been their intent idk

kung fu hustle road runner chase

the spitting in the sunshine boys

dress/tux in bringing uo baby

nic cage interrogates a wheelchair bound pensioner in bad lieutenang

flaneur brayin (darraghmac), Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:05 (eight months ago) Permalink

My longest, hardest laugh was probably the last scene with Sam Jackson and The Rock from The Other Guys. I honestly almost peed myself.

These Sticks Were Made For Dipping (Old Lunch), Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:10 (eight months ago) Permalink

yeah

and the whisperfight at the funeral

movie srsly needed an editor tho

flaneur brayin (darraghmac), Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:19 (eight months ago) Permalink

The Statham scenes in Spy kill me every time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAaKs3M1ZOY

DJI, Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:22 (eight months ago) Permalink

danny cooks breakfast for the house in this is the end

flaneur brayin (darraghmac), Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:25 (eight months ago) Permalink

Dalton's final fate in Hot Fuzz, although I was the only one howling in the theater so that might just be me.

These Sticks Were Made For Dipping (Old Lunch), Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:31 (eight months ago) Permalink

The scene with MacGruber's team in the car on the runway.

I'm noticing a pattern here.

These Sticks Were Made For Dipping (Old Lunch), Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:33 (eight months ago) Permalink

That MacGruber scene was amazing.

DJI, Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:35 (eight months ago) Permalink

I laugh-cried one of my contact lenses out at the bathroom stall fight in Austin Powers.

a shomin-geki poster with some horror elements (WilliamC), Thursday, 23 August 2018 23:43 (eight months ago) Permalink

climactic scene of toni erdmann killed the entire cinema dead

bonus points for turning it into one of the most tearjerking scenes ever

imago, Friday, 24 August 2018 00:03 (eight months ago) Permalink

Not sure if it's the funniest scenes but the one that pops into my head is a tiny part of the first Cheech and Chong movie where (IIRC) they go to meet a slightly manic, paranoid weed dealer and at one point they step out through the front door onto the plain suburban street and he says 'Will ya look at that - THE GREEEAT OUTDOORS!'

Scritti Vanilli - The Word Girl You Know It's True (dog latin), Friday, 24 August 2018 08:39 (eight months ago) Permalink

Not the funniest but after 30 years UHF still cracks me up, esp. Raul's Wild Kingdom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb8C7dxTGRM

lbi's life of limitless european glamour (Le Bateau Ivre), Friday, 24 August 2018 08:49 (eight months ago) Permalink


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