Whats the funniest film ive not seen?
BullshotPosted 11 months ago
Booksmart was the funniest I’d seen this year.
Shaun of the Dead. Austin Powers 1&2
It’s all objective but there is some utter sh*te recommendations above.Posted 11 months ago
Bienvenue chez le Ch’tisPosted 11 months ago
Inspector Drake the Movie
It happened one night.Posted 11 months ago
Some like it hot.
The odd couple.
Sons of the desert.
It’s a gift.
A Knights Tale always makes us smile. Great use of music too.Posted 11 months ago
I watched Booksmart! Exactly what I was after, easy watching and properly funny. It’s basically a girl version of Superbad, but actually quite good.Posted 11 months ago
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
Shaun of the DeadPosted 11 months ago
Hot Fuzz.Posted 11 months ago
KennyPosted 11 months ago
@choppersquad, I love Fear of a Black Hat. Angry shoes…..Posted 11 months ago
Also going to suggest Repo Man, oh and Duck Soup.
Withnail and I
KingpinPosted 11 months ago
The man with two brains.Posted 11 months ago
“The Gods must be Crazy”
A South African film, probably embargoed in the UK.
Very funny.Posted 11 months ago
One of the finest British comediesPosted 11 months ago
Walk Of ShamePosted 11 months ago
The Ladykillers (Cohen brothers version)
Top hat.Posted 11 months ago
Gonna go bareback into Tucker and Dale…
You have chosen wisely. Let us know how you get on.Posted 11 months ago
How come we’ve had a few Steve Martin films but not The Jerk?Posted 11 months ago
And for a vintage selection; check out the director Preston Sturgess. Sort of similar to the Marx brothers.
At the time, Super Troopers was very funny. Dunno how it has stood the test of time meoooww.Posted 11 months ago
Pentagon Wars.Posted 11 months ago
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.
Came here to add The Jerk, cannot believe it took so long for someone to suggest itPosted 11 months ago
My two penn’orth
My cousin Vinny – Joe Pesci, Ralf Macchio and Oscar winning Marisa Tomei in deep south courtroom chaos. Includes the best one punch knockout ever
Housesitter – Steve Martin being Steve Martin. Goldie Hawn being Goldie Hawn
Tootsie – Bill Murray and Dustin Hoffman. Nuff said
A fish called Wanda – Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline, and some Pythons
Parenthood – Steve Martin + great ensemble cast. Best massive vibrator mistaken for candle scene everPosted 11 months ago
+1. Reminded me of Father Ted with Gleeson as Ted & Farrell as Dougal. Just cos of the accents.
Forgot about that!
‘Where did you nick it from?’
‘The pound shop’
‘So how much do ya think It’s worth?’
‘I divvent naa, £2.00?’
Rubbishly funny.Posted 11 months ago
Super Troopers defo still funnyPosted 11 months ago
Earth Girls are Easy.Posted 11 months ago
Easy APosted 11 months ago
This is Spinal TapPosted 11 months ago
First mention of Spinal Tap took its time!
Tucker and Dale, I only found a stream that worked late on so will save for weekend – watched half an hour or so tho and I know im gonna like it!!
Best in show, Final Girls, O’Horten, Purely Belter all on the list.
Fear of a black hat looks great too but doesn’t seem to exist anywhere…Posted 11 months ago
Have we had Dodgeball yet?Posted 11 months ago
Deadpool 1 & 2Posted 11 months ago
Four Lions (not seen The Day Shall Come but a mate has and says it’s more deep than funny)
Down By Law
It’s very black comedy but three billboards outside ebbing Missouri is very funny at times.
newly released in cinemas is the peanut butter falcon, which is an amazing film in its own right but also has some bloody funny moments even though not billed as purely a comedy.
Anybody mentioned monty python and the holy grail yet?
Ali G indahouse – childish fun for adults
Pretty sure there’s a South Park film as well.Posted 11 months ago
Young Frankenstein.Posted 11 months ago
Going by all the other things OP likes, O’Horten might be a little leftfield and gentlePosted 11 months ago
Depends on how you get your kicks, but all worthwhile watches for various reasons
In a World….
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Anna and the Apocalypse
BridesmaidsPosted 11 months ago
Drowning by numbersPosted 11 months ago
check out the director Preston Sturgess.
Sullivan’s Travels is one of my all-time favourite films.
Must re-watch a few of them.Posted 11 months ago
The GuardPosted 11 months ago
UntouchablePosted 11 months ago
+1 for Four LionsPosted 11 months ago
“Rubber Dinghy Rapids!”
Any of the Chevy Chase/Dan Ackroyd/Bill Murray/Steve Martin “hey day” films 🙂Posted 11 months ago
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