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  • Whats the funniest film ive not seen?
  • Premier Icon Dickyboy
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    How’s about some down under black comedy gold – “Black Sheep”
    or Scandi noir comedy – “Rams”
    or slightly offbeat yank stuff – “Even cowgirls get the blues”

    Premier Icon mrsheen
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    Office Space
    King Pin

    Premier Icon n0b0dy0ftheg0at
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    Naked Gun films, well most stuff I’ve seen with Leslie Nielsen in, filled with lots of one-liners.

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    It’s animated but Surf’s Up.

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    Sightseers
    The Cable Guy
    Groundhog Day
    +1 Bad Santa
    +1 Burn After Reading (it’s an acquired taste though)

    Maybe Falling Down. Not sure it’s supposed to be funny but it is.

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    Speaking of things that aren’t outright comedies but are funny, and definitely fall into the “great films no-one’s ever seen” category,

    Plunkett & MacLeane. Bobby Carlyle and Johnny Lee Miller as two highwaymen. “They rob the rich… and that’s it.” It’s a glorious little movie, watch it.

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    was gonna settle down to watch tucker and dale vs evil but couldnt find a stream…..

    wotcha all watching it on?

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tucker-Dale-Evil-Tyler-Labine/dp/B00ESKUI3M

    Looks like you can rent it on Google Play and YourTube also.

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    … and on the back of this discussion, I’m going to go watch Booksmart.

    Premier Icon gauss1777
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    Midnight run

    Premier Icon stevenk4563
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    See no evil, hear no evil

    Premier Icon shermer75
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    Four pages in and no Tall Guy? Celebrating it’s 30th year. RIP Mel Smith:

    Premier Icon shermer75
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    Some top nostalgia-ing here:

    Premier Icon gobuchul
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    No Surrender

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    Well, I watched Booksmart.

    Fun little coming-of-age film, but a comedy? Not remotely.

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    The 100 year old man who climbed out of the window — never check the details there are too many spoilers
    les visiteurs — its mad

    Premier Icon DezB
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    I watched Booksmart.

    Fun little coming-of-age film, but a comedy? Not remotely.

    Agree – Thought it was a kid’s film tbh.

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    Hot Rod

    My safe word is…

    Premier Icon pondo
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    Film Four right now.

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    The Commitments
    Team America World Police
    Groundhog Day
    Clerks, Clerks II, Jay and Silent Bob strike back
    Slapshot
    The Blues Brothers
    Tucker & Dale vs Evil
    Zombeavers

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    Hot Rod
    My safe word is…

    WHISKY!!!!!!!!!

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    Seriously, no one recommending Dumb & Dumber?

    Purile, infantile and utterly hilarious.

    null

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    Welcome to Woop Woop

    Meeting the new father in law – language certainly NSFW

    Premier Icon fatmess
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    The van, hilarious Irish film

    This will make someone’s night

    Premier Icon Malvern Rider
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    Purile, infantile and utterly hilarious.

    Superbad also springs to mind

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    O Brother, Where Art Thou? is the only film I’ve had to watch twice because I was laughing so much I missed bits.
    Hausu is hilarious and beautifully wrong.

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    The Guard

    Premier Icon chakaping
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    OP might also want to check out Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.

    Delightfully hilarious spoof pop-umentary with Andy Samberg as a Justin Bieber-type singer.

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    I’m currently enjoying A million ways to die in the West.

    It appeals to my childish sense of humour.

    Premier Icon garage-dweller
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    Little Miss Sunshine
    Rat Race

    I know RomCom may not be on the agenda and there are very few I’ll sit and actually laugh at but

    What Happens in Vegas
    Bridesmaids

    Premier Icon Lester
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    kingpin

    evil roy slade

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    Watched The Apartment at @malvern-rider-2 suggestion
    I quite liked it but the wife was not impressed.
    Too much sexist/cheating behaviour. The nicest guy in it is Baxter, but even he is aiding/abetting the cheating going on.

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    watched tucker and dale vs evil last night thanks to the suggestions on here.

    well worth 90 minutes of your time, easy-watching gore-fest…..

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    Watched The Apartment at @malvern-rider-2 suggestion
    I quite liked it but the wife was not impressed.

    Just made me do a double-take and check online as didn’t recognise it from yr description. I don’t think I’ve seen ‘The Apartment’ after all! It was the ‘The Odd Couple’ 😎. (Lemmon/Matthau)

    I can see why I got them mixed up because the Odd Couple is about two mismatched room-mates who are sharing an apartment. It’s filmed almost entirely in said apartment. That’s my excuse, but sorry for the misrecommendation!

    Anyway, The Odd Couple. Brilliant chemistry between the two main characters. Similar in many ways to ‘Sideways’, ie extrovert vs introvert. It took me a few watches over the years to see bits of myself in Jack Lemmon’s character. With hindsight, I see much more 😬

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