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daubers
05-10-2005, 20:15
pink panther is one of my favourate moveis with peter sellers and his side kick kato'and mrs doubtfire a favourate of mine:D

dondons69
05-10-2005, 20:28
oooh too many to choose but possibly nothing to lose

xmark1234
05-10-2005, 21:11
i agree with dons theres loads

Aidan
06-10-2005, 14:23
Wedding Crashers
Life of Brian &
Notting Hill
are my top 3.

childofthe80's
09-10-2005, 17:15
I usually like anything with tom hanks, robin williams, eddie murphy....with a few exceptions

SpiralCoolStuff
09-10-2005, 22:12
Shanghai Noon staring jackie Chan always leaves me with sore ribs :D Specialy the outtakes at the end LOL!!!

dean80's
10-10-2005, 10:27
life of brian
Time bandits
American pie
Fish called wanda
Clockwise...
and anyone remember porky's???

Aidan
10-10-2005, 15:31
What became of the schoolgirl who travelled with John Cleese in Clockwise ? She'd be in her 30s now...

tammy
10-10-2005, 18:43
Happy Gilmore has got my vote.......brilliantly funny..

80sKevin
17-11-2009, 18:06
Anything with Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson or Vince Vaughn in it. Bonus if theres atleast two of the three in a film :D

I think my all time favourite would be 'There's something about Mary'

memoman
19-11-2009, 21:02
I was always a big monty python fan.Norman Wisdon was good in his day also.

arthurj
19-11-2009, 23:00
as a kid it has to be " its a mad mad mad mad world " brilliant!
as an adult "the life of brian" or the classic "airplane" makes me laugh everytime i watch it.

mazzer
19-11-2009, 23:51
Planes , Trains and Automobiles, with Steve Martin and the late John Candy.

Where do I start? The "2 comfy pillows" incident. The "you're f*cked" argument with the airline ticket attendant. The weird couple who gave them a lift out of Wichita ("When the baby was born sideways she didn't scream or nuthin' " "She's a real trooper"). Best of all, John Candy's disastrous air-instrument playing along to "Mess Around" by Ray Charles while driving the car.

Sheer gold.

frame
21-11-2009, 01:56
YouTube - Me Myself And Irene Trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNwsv7fj2Rg)


Frame.

frame
26-11-2009, 22:04
Laurel and Hardy would be at the top of my list,unfortunatly they are about 30 years too late.
Frame.
Laughing Gravy is class.

dwain-dibley
08-02-2011, 23:39
blazzing saddles
life of brian
dumb and dumber
the music box..laurel and hardy {the one with them delivering a piano}
theres something about mary

Jingbang
09-02-2011, 00:08
Top Secret, Batchelor Party the original Police Academy is still quite good too but the sequels are about as funny as a Chris Moyles and James Corden double act.
Ive always liked Life of Brian too but i never really understood it properly till i was 12.

darren
09-02-2011, 00:32
ferris buellers day off.
clockwise.
police academy original.

ill think of more.
my mind has gone blank.

branny
10-02-2011, 01:57
The Party starring Peter Sellers. There's one scene where a waiter opens a door and knocks him off his seat. Has me in tears everytime I see it.

smc4761
10-02-2011, 21:23
The film with the most laughs by far is AIRPLANE with Leslie Neilsen. There is literally not a minute goes by without something funny going on, either on screen or in the background. I had to watch this film about 6 times before I managed to see/get all the jokes, as I was too busy the first few times laughing out loud.

Blazzing Saddles is also very funny.

The so called British comedy great films, Notting Hill, 4 Weddings, The Full Monty are mildy amusing but do not really have that many laugh out loud moments.

Still its all about opinions

Trickyvee
10-02-2011, 23:12
Probably Airplane. I have a daft sense of humour.

zip55
10-02-2011, 23:42
Top 3 I'd go with ...
Blazing Saddles
Monty Python & the Holy Grail
Spinal Tap