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What scene in a film has made you laugh till you hurt?

Asked by Jeruba (51640points) September 1st, 2009

I am not asking for the funniest movie you ever saw or any other singular superlative. The movie itself might not even be a comedy. This is just about howlingly funny scenes, scenes that made you cry with laughter, scenes that made you think you’d burst something vital before you recovered yourself.

If you’ve ever laughed so hard at a movie that your friends threatened to call 911, what was the movie and what was the scene?

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lefteh's avatar

The chase scene in What’s Up, Doc?

dpworkin's avatar

W.C. Field’s entire short subject called “A Fatal Glass of Beer”

caly420's avatar

Burn After Reading

Scene #1: Brad Pitt’s character is in car with Osbourne Cox….“hahaha you think that’s a schwinn” also the phone convo between the two in the beginning “Is this Cox….Osbourne Cox….We have your shit…..We are just good samaritans”

that movie has so many good scenes but those two are my favorite

Fernspider's avatar

Call me juvenile but I was in hysterics throughout just about all of Pineapple Express! lol

Edited to add: Especially the fight scene in the apartment of the snitch guy (can’t remember his name).

rawrgrr's avatar

The part in Bruno near the beginning when he interviews a model.
The dialogue is something like this. Not exact though.

Bruno: Modeling is the hardest job in the world isn’t it?

Model: Yeah. You always have to look good, and everyone is watching you. And
sometimes you have to turn too.

Bruno: Yes it’s also hard because you have to remember to put the right foot first,
the the left, and then you know, you like, which one now? And sometimes you
have to twirl. It’s very hard.

That just made me burst out laughing. It’s hard to remake the humour in text.

caly420's avatar

@Rachienz I was crying through PE I was laughing so hard!!!

gailcalled's avatar

The first love scene between Emma Thompson and Jeff Goldblum in The Tall Guy.

The movie was uneven but that scene had me on the floor of the cinema.

Likeradar's avatar

The horribly awkward, awesome sex scene in Zach and Miri Make a Porno had me laughing so hard at the time, then giggling for days after.

Facade's avatar

I don’t believe that has every happened. But, the scene in Hitch where the guy kissed Will got a little chuckle.

Edited to say: If any of you want to recommend a gut-busting movie, it would be greatly appreciated. I could use a good laugh

chicadelplaya's avatar

First one that comes to mind is the shattered bathtub scene in ‘The Money Pit’ with Tom Hanks!!! Classic!

Les's avatar

Waiting for Guffman pretty much the whole movie made me ache with laughter, but if I had to pick a scene, it would be when Catherine O’Hara’s character is talking about “less is more” acting.
“So, when you’re talking to the person, you’re not looking at the person. But, you look at the person when you are not talking to them. It’s like, I’m talking to you but I’m looking away, but I’m looking at you and not talking to you.”

Good golly Miss Molly, that made me giddy.

caly420's avatar

Not a big Harry Potter fan, but took my sister to see the newest movie and it definitely had its moments.

*Anything Slughorn (I think thats the professors name) said or did was hilarious
*the part when Harry imitates the spiders pincers

Saturated_Brain's avatar

The Don’t Stop me Now scene in Shaun of the Dead. I was laughing so hard my family (more specifically, my brother) thought that something was wrong with me.

phoenyx's avatar

One of my favorites is Clue.

kevbo's avatar

I almost blacked out at “Fuck you, San Diego” during “Anchorman.”

Also, I laughed entirely through “A Clockwork Orange,” but I was high.

Tink's avatar

This part from Tenacious D.
It’s my favorite. Watch it and you’ll see why.

SheWasAll_'s avatar

It’s not quite a classic, but everything Robert Downy Jr. said in Tropic Thunder. offensive humor is the best humor

perplexism's avatar

I would have to say several scenes of Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

Sarah Marshall: When were you planning on telling me this?
Aldous Snow: I just told you, then.
Sarah Marshall: Yeah. No, I know. But telling me now isn’t really the same as telling me.
Aldous Snow: Well, look, you know, I’ve not told you I’ve got genital herpes, because it’s not inflamed at the moment…

aprilsimnel's avatar

The ending of Blazing Saddles where the fighting cowboys burst onto the set of Dom DeLuise’s musical. And when Dom tries to get them to leave, Slim Pickens says, “Piss on you, I’m workin’ fer Mel Brooks!” and punches Dom in the gut. That whole movie gets me rolling!

“Not in the face!”

Piper_Brianmind's avatar

The scene in Bruce Almighty where Bruce was fuckin with that guy’s voice. I saw it in the movie theater with my friends. I actually doubled over onto the floor in tears. They asked if I was okay. I struggled to catch my breath and quickly responded “No.” and continued writhing. It was awful.
Also, the scene in Anchorman where Ron is screaming in the phonebooth.
“RON?! RON???!! WHERE ARE YOU????!!!”
“AAAAWWWGH! I’M IN A GLASS CASE OF EMOTION!!” Slays me.
And just about everything Robert Downey Jr. says in Tropic Thunder.

caly420's avatar

@aprilsimnel Ahh I forgot about Blazing Saddles! That movie and Airplane had me in stiches throughout

DominicX's avatar

Man, all I can think are TV show moments. I could come up with a billion of those. Movies are a little harder, but I know there’s one scene in Van Wilder that made me laugh that hard. It’s when Taj is in the room with the girl and they’re about to have sex but everything goes wrong and he knocks over a lamp and it catches the room on fire and the massage oil on his back catches on fire as well and then Van Wilder is outside the room with the black guy and says that with the scented candles, massage oil, and Barry White, they can’t be too far from climax. And then Taj jumps out the window on fire screaming. LOL

filmfann's avatar

The Producers with Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder. The scene where Zero stands over Gene, and screams “I want that money!”

Grisaille's avatar

Blazing Saddles.

HE PUNCHED A HORSE

What @Piper_Brianmind said, too. That was hilarious – gotta hand it to both Carell and Carrey.

Pineapple Express was funny, but nothing that made me hurt from laughing so hard… though the car chase scene where Franco pulls his groin from trying to kick the window out was pretty damn funny.

Anchorman: “I am… Ron… Burgundy?”

Zach and Miri was hilarious throughout, as was Step Brothers and The 40 Year Old Virgin. “You know how I know you’re gay?”

Man, there are so many I’m forgetting.

I love this thread. Makes me happy.

IBERnineD's avatar

The part in the Labyrinth when they cross the Bog of Eternal Stench. The farting noises get me everytime.

rooeytoo's avatar

I love the original Pink Panther movies with Peter Sellers, so silly and so funny!

gailcalled's avatar

Some scenes from “Where’s Charlie,” with Ray Bolger (1952). He was the scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz, but also a wonderful dancer and comedian. The movie was made from the Broadway play, Charlie’s Aunt.‘s_Aunt

Bolger played both Charlie and Charlie’s aunt. (“I’m from Brazil, where the nuts come from.”) The play ran forever in Britain and was translated into German, Danish, Spanish, and Russian.

tinyfaery's avatar

Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle The scene when Kumar and Roldie are in the cab of the tow truck with Freakshow and they are whispering about his boils. Eeee…gross and funny! That whole movie really makes me laugh.

Grisaille's avatar

@IBERnineD As the world falls dooooown~

MissAusten's avatar

“Pineapple Express.” I was sore for days from laughing at that stupid movie. Went to see it with my husband and a friend of ours, not knowing anything about it.

“Borat” had me in tears too, just cracking up the entire time. I’m not big on comedies, but now I’m going to have to rent some of the movies listed here!

gailcalled's avatar

In which Pink Panther movie did Peter Sellers end up in a nudist colony and try to hide his private parts with a guitar? That was funny.

gailcalled's avatar

The Ministry of Silly Walks…I know, not a movie, but still…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqhlQfXUk7w

Piper_Brianmind's avatar

@tinyfaery What about Kumar’s fantasy scene in the jail? X)

perplexism's avatar

Oh, and this scene from Sex Drive.

Crack me up every time.

Jeruba's avatar

I have several on my list. These are so good that no matter how many times I’ve seen them, I’ve laughed again, sometimes as hard as the first time:

The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe (original French version, 1972)—I loved the absurdity of the whole movie, but the seduction scene fractured me.

The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980)—The rhinoceros.

The Money Pit (1986)—There’s more than one chain reaction scene, and they’re all great. I think the best one is the one that begins with plugging in the coffeepot and ends with the fountain spurting. When the family first watched this one together, we replayed that scene about six times in a row. I laughed as hard as the kids did.

Being John Malkovich (1999)—I loved the whole movie every time I saw it, but I don’t think anything in it, never mind in most other movies, comes close to the restaurant scene. The second time I saw it, I started cracking up before the scene even began.

Not quite of the first rank—nobody in my family said “She’s having one of her attacks”—but notable nonetheless:

Batteries Not Included (1987)—The neighborhood tough with the baseball bat goes into the shed on the roof.

Les's avatar

“O Lord, bless this Thy hand grenade that with it Thou mayest blow Thine enemies to tiny bits, in Thy mercy.” And the Lord did grin and the people did feast upon the lambs and sloths and carp and anchovies and orangutans and breakfast cereals, and fruit bats and…

And the Lord spake, saying, “First shalt thou take out the Holy Pin, then shalt thou count to three, no more, no less. Three shall be the number thou shalt count, and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shalt thou not count, neither count thou two, excepting that thou then proceedest on to three. Five is right out. Once the number three, being the third number, be reached, then lobbest thou thy Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch towards thy foe, who being naughty in my sight, shall snuff it.” Amen.

I’m crying just thinking of that scene.

aprilsimnel's avatar

“Skip a bit, brother…”

gailcalled's avatar

The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jaoob

In French. The scene where the non-rabbis get trapped in a bubblegum factory is beyond funny.

“The film is widely regarded as one of the great masterpieces of French comedy, and has become a cult film. It is also seen as one of the best socially-aware films, as the topic of the film (racism) is actually very serious.”

Shuttle128's avatar

@Piper_Brianmind You’ve got it! That scene will be forever plastered in my memory as the most I’ve ever laughed at any scene in any movie. ‘Twas the first I’d seen of Steve Carrel as well…..I’ve loved him ever since.

Also, I laughed hysterically at the opening to Twilight. The unintentional humor that erupted when Edward goes to kill the deer at the beginning had me rolling in the isles while getting threatening looks from those around me. I don’t know why I found it so funny…..man unintentional humor is the best.

Which reminds me of Aragon…..lol….I laughed more at that movie than any movie I’d seen with intentional humor (okay, maybe not more than Holy Grail and a few others….but mostly)

And it went wherever I did gooo….

MissAusten's avatar

@Les Classic! Everything is funnier in Bible-speak.

trailsillustrated's avatar

The one in Groundhog Day where Bill Murray takes a shower in one of those old fashioned showers with the ring type curtain arrangement- I laugh till I cry every time I see it

PerryDolia's avatar

The scene in Big when Tom Hanks shows up in the white tuxedo with rhinestone lapels and tries caviar for the first time, spits it out and wipes his tongue with the napkin.

Lots of scenes in the original Pink Panther;
“Does your dog bite?”
“No”
Dog bites person.
“I thought you said your dog doesn’t bite.”
“That’s not my dog.”

Just about any line in Ghostbusters: “Either the guy who designed this place was a whacko, or your girlfriend has a penthouse at the top of Spook Central.”

Just about any line in The Big Lebowski; “Its a very complicated case. But, fortunately I am on a very strict drug and alcohol regimen.”

BBSDTfamily's avatar

Just about every scene of Anchor Man

PerryDolia's avatar

The prayer to Little Baby Jesus in Talladega Nights.

rooeytoo's avatar

@Jeruba – I forgot about The Gods must be Crazy, that really was one of the funniest ever and if you lived where I live, believable as well!!!

gailcalled's avatar

@Jeruba: The French version of “The Tall Blond Man” was wonderful. I hated the English remake.

Bri_L's avatar

The pink panther strikes again.

He walks into an inn and this little dog is there and he asks “does your dog bite” and the inn keeper says “no” and so he goes to pet him and the dog bites him and the inspector says “I thought you said your dog did not bite” and the inn keeper says “that is not my dog”

nikipedia's avatar

Annie Hall:

[Alvy addresses a pair of strangers on the street]
Alvy Singer: Here, you look like a very happy couple, um, are you?
Female street stranger: Yeah.
Alvy Singer: Yeah? So, so, how do you account for it?
Female street stranger: Uh, I’m very shallow and empty and I have no ideas and nothing interesting to say.
Male street stranger: And I’m exactly the same way.
Alvy Singer: I see. Wow. That’s very interesting. So you’ve managed to work out something?

hiphiphopflipflapflop's avatar

Several scenes in Good Morning Vietnam, mainly the sly cracks Robin Williams’ character made against the hardass Master Sgt.. (“What does three up and three down mean to you Airman?” “The end of an evening.”/“You are in more dire need of a blowjob than any white man in history.”)

Puttin’ on the Ritz dance number from Young Frankenstein. The Monster meets the hermit (“I was about to make espresso!”). The Monster forces himself upon the Doctor’s fiancee (“Woof!”).

Many, many scenes from Blazing Saddles and There’s Something About Mary.

Mooj’s explicit pep talk to Andy in The 40 Year-Old Virigin (“Cincinnati Bowtie.”).

J3SSK4's avatar

Duce Bigalow European Jigalow.

When the midget falls into the lake from up high, you hear only the sound of a drip from a faucet.
I must have watched that part over 14 times.

MissAusten's avatar

I do still laugh my butt off at “Happy Gilmore” and “Ace Ventura, Pet Detective.” Please don’t tell anyone.

cyndyh's avatar

Many scenes from This Is Spinal Tap include Bobby Fleckman’s “I don’t think a sexy cover is the reason an album sells. I mean The White Album? What was that? There was nothing on that goddamned cover.”

And there’s the bread scene. “I want large bread.” ”...then if you keep folding it… and who’s in here? No one and in here there’s a little guy. It’s a complete catastrophe.” “It’s not going to affect my performance.”

And at Elvis’s grave in Graceland “Too much perspective”.

In Walk Hard any of the running gags about drug usage “I think I kind of want it” and Edith’s age.

In Barcelona the ant analogy about US military involvement in the world. “Where are the red ants?” <slams them with a rock>

In Being John Malkovich the employment training tape and the first puppet show on the street.

In Hi Fidelity when Rob is standing outside of Charlie’s window after she broke up with him. “Charlie, you fucking bitch! Let’s work it out!”

photographcrash's avatar

I absolutely detest this movie now, but the first time I saw it, the scene in Napoleon Dynamite when he is in the chicken coop trying to hold a bird and its just madness. I could barely breathe from laughing so hard.

Adagio's avatar

Lots and lots of scenes from Strictly Ballroom but especially a scene near the beginning when his mother says ”Did I fail him as a mother?

augustlan's avatar

Something About Mary had my friend and I rolling in the aisles. It was so funny, we watched it again the next week. Sadly, it wasn’t nearly as funny the second time around.

Adagio's avatar

@gailcalled I am sorry to say that I laughed my way through Borat also but afterwards I felt really angry with myself because I actually thought it was really cheap humour. I would never recommend it to anyone.not that I expect everyone (anyone!) to agree with me of course

cyn's avatar

Exorcist The Beginning. The part when the woman turned into the devil and she’s like really flexible and stuff probably throughout the church part when the father wants to destroy the devil.

kheredia's avatar

I love the scene in “Pinapple Express” where they’re trying to escape on the police car and the one guy tries to kick the the front window of the car and his foot gets stuck while he’s still driving. Oh man I couldn’t stop laughing!

Dr_C's avatar

Leonardo DiCaprio dying in “Titanic”
That actually got me thrown out of the theater for my own protection… women started throwing shit at me!

cyndyh's avatar

Ah, I remember another one. In Mystery Men when The Bowler avenges her father’s death and then delivers the line to his skull, “Ok, now I’m going back to graduate school. That was the agreement.”

I saw that in the theater and about three people including me just about busted a gut over that one. I think soda came out of my nose.

Dr_C's avatar

@cyndyh that was a great line!

janbb's avatar

The stateroom scene from the Marx Brothers’ “Night at the Opera.” Gets me every time.

cyndyh's avatar

@Dr_C: You reminded me of it when you mentioned women throwing shit at you. :^>

PandoraBoxx's avatar

The Money Pit does it for me all of the time. Just having contractors named The Shirk Brothers working on your house… living through yet another renovation on an old house, I can relate…

Pink Panther movies are hilarious. “Do you you have a license for your minkey?” and “Does your dog bite?” bring tears to my eyes.

National Lampoon’s Family Vacation is pretty funny.

Wine3213's avatar

The scene in Borat when he says his wife’s, ” vagine hang like sleeve of wizard.”

star_bug's avatar

Practically every scene in Home Alone (the 1st 1) It has got to be the funniest slapstick comedy of all time! And I’m DEFO not a slapstick fan!

ubersiren's avatar

In Knocked Up where the doorman at the club says,

“I know… you’re right. I’m so sorry, I fuckin’ hate this job. I don’t want to be the one to pass judgement, decide who gets in. Shit makes me sick to my stomach, I get the runs from the stress. It’s not cause you’re not hot, I would love to tap that ass. I would tear that ass up. I can’t let you in cause you’re old as fuck. For this club, you know, not for the earth.

teh_kvlt_liberal's avatar

This part in Horse Feathers
The Marx Brothers are the best

Aethelwine's avatar

The Anchorman news crew fight scene and just about any scene from Meet The Parents.

Piper_Brianmind's avatar

@ubersiren I laughed most throughout the entire part where they’re on LSD. “Do chairs exist when we’re not sitting on them? O_o”

zephyr826's avatar

In the movie “Eulogy’, the family is asked to put their patriarch’s body in a rowboat, push it out into the lake and then set it on fire. The twin grandsons are pouring gasoline into a hole they’ve drilled in the casket, and one of them says to the other, “I wish we had some bagpipes.” The other says, “No, we know the words.” Then they proceed to sing “Amazing Grace” as if they were bagpipes.

You can see the trailer here.

valdasta's avatar

I haven’t seen any comments about Trains Plane and Automobiles. I love the scene where Steve Martin is using the shower after John Candy and he dries his face off with a pair of Candy’s giant underwear (laughing right now).

Which reminds me of the scene in Dirty Rotten Scoundrells where Martin is pretending to be paralized and his apponent (M. Caine) is pretending to be a doctor. Caine takes a reed from a vase and whips Martin, ”...still feel nossing?” Fu-nn-y! Then it gets better when he gets a running start to whip Martin.

kruger_d's avatar

Peter Sellars as Closeau dismounting from parallel bars directly down a stairwell
Woody Allen’s line in Manahattan “and a glazier”

teh_kvlt_liberal's avatar

I love this scene in American Psycho
I has a warped sense of humor

gailcalled's avatar

The last scene in “Some Like it Hot” where Daphne (Jack Lemmon) and Osgood (Joe E Brown) have their little dénoument. (Thanks to Steve Morgan for originally reminding me.)

Bri_L's avatar

@gailcalled – Good call!

ShanEnri's avatar

The music montages on AFV!

aprilsimnel's avatar

The character of Lina Lamont from Singin’ in the Rain is comedy gold.

[as Lina emerges from her trailer dressed in 18th century finery]
Lina Lamont: Gee, this wig weighs a ton! What dope’d wear a thing like this?
Rosco: Everybody used to wear them, Lina.
Lina Lamont: Well, then everybody was a dope!

[filming a scene with a microphone hidden in a bush]
Rosco: Lina! We’re missing every other word! You’ve got to talk into the mike!
Lina: [pointing at the bush] “Well, I can’t! make love! to a bush!!”

lercio's avatar

the stoning in Life of Brian. “beard madam?”

teh_kvlt_liberal's avatar

The entire Monty Python and the Holy Grail movie
Yes, even the ENDING

gailcalled's avatar

Not editing?

Bri_L's avatar

@aprilsimnel – Classic!

@teh_kvlt_liberal – oh! You reminded me of one that makes me laugh every darn time I say it. I can’t even get through it. It’s from The Life Of Brian. Brian is talking to thousands and thousands of people.
Brian: Your all individuals!
Multitude of people: We’re all individules!
1 man in the middle of the crowd: I’m not.

aprilsimnel's avatar

Monty Python and the Holy Grail is such a great movie.

LANCELOT: We were in the nick of time. You were in great peril.

GALAHAD: I don’t think I was.

LANCELOT: Yes, you were. You were in terrible peril.

GALAHAD: Look, let me go back in there and face the peril.

LANCELOT: No, it’s too perilous.

GALAHAD: Look, it’s my duty as a knight to sample as much peril as I can.

LANCELOT: No, we’ve got to find the Holy Grail. Come on!

GALAHAD: Oh, let me have just a little bit of peril?

LANCELOT: No. It’s unhealthy.

Grisaille's avatar

Bravely Bold Sir Robin…

“And his penis-”

teh_kvlt_liberal's avatar

I loved Spamalot too
They should remove Clay Aiken though…

bumwithablackberry's avatar

Orgazmo when that one guy yell’s “Cock Rocket” and the missle blows up the house.

Gundark's avatar

@Adagio I love Strictly Ballroom. There’s some really funny stuff in that one. Ghostbusters, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Buckaroo Banzai, and Big Trouble in Little China are also quite funny.

The scene in Bill and Ted’s that caused me to really burst out laughing (in the theater, anyway) was when Abraham Lincoln says “Party On, Dudes!”. The delivery of that line by someone as serious as Abe, especially with the closeup of his face while he does it, really cracked me up.

filmfann's avatar

@kruger_d and a glazier? How is it I don’t remember that line? Where does he say it?

valdasta's avatar

The Meaning of Life
The scene with “Mr. Death”
Death talking to the American (and I paraphrase): ...you Americans are always talking. ‘Let me tell ya something’. Well, you’re dead now, so shut up!”

hondagirrlx's avatar

Theres a scene in the begining of The Hangover when they are driving to Las Vegas and Alan is reading a book.. I forget the exact conversation they had but it was something along the lines of counting cards and they are telling Alan that he isnt smart enough to pull it off and he turns and says “Why not? Rainman did it and he was a ratard.” I was crying I was laughin so hard… But that enitre movie was halirious!!

gailcalled's avatar

(retard…hilarious)Hangover was an embarrassingly funny movie, I must admit.

aprilsimnel's avatar

@valdastaBut I didn’t even eat the mousse!

bumwithablackberry's avatar

No one’s seen Orgazmo? How about Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase, when the cat is chewing on the christmas light, and gets fried. no real animals were hurt

bumwithablackberry's avatar

Some funny cartoons, sort of….Be warned, they are fairly adult
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFCSXr6qnv4 Charlie the Unicorn
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la5_YAvTVX8 Three Little Pigs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJjIZxy7c2Y Just fucking wrong
but still funny

DominicX's avatar

@bumwithablackberry

I love Christmas Vacation. That movie has kind of become a tradition in my family. I love the scenes with Todd and Margot.

valdasta's avatar

@aprilsimnel
Yes! Funny. Love that whole scene.

@bumwithablackberry
I like the 1st Vacation movie. Chevy Chase (just watching him is funny) is dancing and kissing the sandwich that the dog peed on. Ha!

Speaking of Chevy Chase: Fletch. “Moon River…”

Bri_L's avatar

@DominicX – BIG TIME LURVE!!!! SQUIRRRRRLLLLEEEEEE

Jude's avatar

Loved Jennifer Coolidge in Best in Show.

Aethelwine's avatar

@jmah That is one of my favorite movies! :)

sweetteaindahouse's avatar

The part in Napoleon Dynamite where he is talking to Kip about his lips hurting bad. The funny part is that the cheese on the nachos Kip is making fluctuates like crazy.

bumwithablackberry's avatar

I like when he gets hit in the head with the steak when he’s on his bike, and dude goes “thats what Im talking about”

cyn's avatar

@sweetteaindahouse I love that movie. I love the part when pedro is talking to the “santitos” in the bathtub. That made me lol4rl. :)

Zen's avatar

I think that laughing at the movies (or from a movie, if it’s at home on DVD) depends mostly on your frame of mind, less on the content.

Having said that, I suppose I was at the right age and frame of mind when I saw There’s Something about Mary as I recall laughing out loud many times throughout the film. Especially at the bathroom scenes, where his johnson is caught in the zipper (ouch – but he did it soooooo well!) and of course, the big hair gel scene was great.

bumwithablackberry's avatar

In Alpha Blue, this old 1970’s porno, this hairy italian guy stands over two girls and says “who wants cock” then in a high voice “I do I do” there really is some funny stuff in old porn.

deni's avatar

The first time I saw Pineapple Express I laughed loud and hard at several parts.

When I’m in the right “mood”, there are several scenes in Peewee’s Big Adventure that get me going too.

Zen's avatar

I remember Peewee’s “Last Adventure”, but that’s for the horror movie question.

Bri_L's avatar

I just watched “Clue” That had some pretty good lines and moments.

Repo_the_Genetic_Opera's avatar

Definitely the scene in Fight Club where Jack goes to the testicular cancer support group and meets Bob…watch if you’re a Meatloaf fan. It was absolutely hilarious.

valdasta's avatar

Airplane:
1 “I speak Jive…”
2 The disco scene where the guy has a knife in his back. Ha! Ha!
3 The pilot beating up the Hari Krishna’s in the airport.
4 “Striker….Striker…..STRIKER!”

Aethelwine's avatar

@valdasta “Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue.”

:)

Saturated_Brain's avatar

@valdasta & @jonsblond “And stop calling me Shirley” =P

valdasta's avatar

@Saturated_Brain & @jonsblond

The Jive scene: ”.......sheeeee!” And the caption reads: “golley”.

“What’s you vector Victor?”

aprilsimnel's avatar

“Joey, do you like movies about gladiators?”

Bri_L's avatar

how about Airplane, the whole damn thing.

Gimme Ham on 5 hold the mayo.

Mexicanamerican's avatar

what did we have for dinner?
well it was choice either chicken or fish.
Yes I remember I had lasagna..
Airplane great movie..

Zen's avatar

Stripes!. “There she goes just a walking down the street, singing doo wa didee didee dum didee do.”

Remember?

And the recruit office: Sarge: “Are you gay?” Answer: “No. But we’re willing to try.”

Zen's avatar

@jonsblond It’s all so funny, eh?!

valdasta's avatar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRDOp6zypbM Love “Mrs Cleaver”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsgD5qmwKPA = afore mentioned scene from Drity Rotten Scoundrels

yoteddy's avatar

Team America, when the puppet is puking for like two minutes. I couldn’t stop laughing.

cyndyh's avatar

I thought of another one. Since I’ve lived in Tucson for more than 20 years of my life the end of Hamlet 2 had me just about falling down laughing.

Zen's avatar

@yoteddy The whole movie was hysterical!

Rozee's avatar

History of the World, Part 1

It’s good to be the king.
Occupation: Stand up philosopher
The Inquisition, the Inquisition (the song and dance)

laineypie's avatar

its not a movie… but its a YouTube Poop.. i dont know if that counts but here XD :
Patricks (fake) mom : Arreeee yooouuu hitttiinngg youuurr seeelllfff?
Patrick:Yes I am hitting my self stupid
Patricks (fake) dad : No your not stupit
– fitting music goes on and patrick, his (fake) mom and dad hit there selves to it -

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@laineypie Welcome to fluther. Lurve.

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