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I finally watched Booksmart the other night, and while there are many funny parts to chose from, the one that stood out was when Amy and Molly's driver turned out to be their principal and offered to link the "music" that they were listening to on their phone on the car stereo, not knowing it was porn.

Oh, and the part where they hallucinated they were dolls.

And Gigi popping up all over the place.

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Seeing Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle pop back up on Netflix has reminded me of the scene where Kumar is about to get Harold out of jail when he's distracted by a big bag of weed. Kumar then imagines a whole relationship with the bag from the sweet days of courtship to their troubled married life. It still ranks high in the list of movie scenes that made me laugh hardest.

 

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There are so many scenes from Good Boys that had me laughing so hard I couldn't breathe. I guess it's a tie between the boys shooting the the fraternity guys in the balls with a paintball gun and the ending with the boys playing on the sex swing (before the little sister tells them what it's for).

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Knives Out

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The dumbest car chase ever.  Marta's car can barely get up to 60 mph while flooring it, Blanc just wanting her to answer her phone, and her jamming on the brakes causing everybody to fly passed her.

And every single joke at Jacob's expense.

 

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15 hours ago, Jediknight said:

Knives Out

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The dumbest car chase ever.  Marta's car can barely get up to 60 mph while flooring it, Blanc just wanting her to answer her phone, and her jamming on the brakes causing everybody to fly passed her.

And every single joke at Jacob's expense.

 

One of those jokes was my favorite line from a movie last year (the one from Blanc about him in the bathroom).  My second favorite line is from JoJo Rabbit:

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When they Americans were storming the city:  Yorki:  "Our only friends are the Japanese. And just between you and me, they don't look very Aryan."

 

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2 hours ago, Shannon L. said:

Soap Dish is awesome.  That clip about bringing Rod Randall back from the dead is the best scene in the movie, imo. 

It's the best scene, agree! Especially with Whoopi's "You know what that means? It means he hasn't got a HEAD! How'm I supposed to write for a guy that doesn't have a head? No lips, no vocal chords--what do you want me to do?"😂🤣😂

And Robert Downy, Jr. looks like a BABY!

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This may make me perverse, but when Malone in The Untouchables threatens the dead body to get Brad Sullivan’s goon to explain the ledger and shoots the dead body in the mouth.🤣😆😆

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On 5/17/2020 at 2:27 PM, GHScorpiosRule said:

This may make me perverse, but when Malone in The Untouchables threatens the dead body to get Brad Sullivan’s goon to explain the ledger and shoots the dead body in the mouth.🤣😆😆

The funniest moment for me in that movie is when Malone is interviewing potential recruits to the team from the academy and he asks one why he wants to be a police officer. The guy gives the "yearbook answer" ("To protect and serve the citizenry") and nervously stammers trying to remember and Malone dismisses him and mutters "There goes the next chief of police."

GAME NIGHT is full of hilarious moments and it has a fantastic cast especially Jessie Plemmons as the neighbor but the moment near the end with Rachel McAdams had me in stitches. People who have seen it know what I'm talking about, when she's near the jet. Shes so adorable and funny I wish she were in more comedies.

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2 hours ago, VCRTracking said:

GAME NIGHT is full of hilarious moments and it has a fantastic cast especially Jessie Plemmons as the neighbor but the moment near the end with Rachel McAdams had me in stitches. People who have seen it know what I'm talking about, when she's near the jet. Shes so adorable and funny I wish she were in more comedies.

Okay, so I honestly didn't understand Game Night when it initially came out, so I never bothered to watched it, even when it was showing on HBO. However, a couple of weeks ago, I had the tv on TNT and was too tired to change it. I ended up watching the movie, and I thought it was HILARIOUS. Holy shit, I had no idea what I was missing. And yes, that moment you described with Rachel McAdams had me HOLLERING. I had no idea she was that funny.

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I have to commend Julia Roberts and Matthew McConaughey for holding it together when they clearly wanted to just laugh their asses off.

That table read was beyond fun. Bravo to whoever put it together.

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I could watch "The Reynlds Pamphlet" number from Hamilton a million times and still laugh my ass off for every single one. Yes, it's not technically supposed to be funny but the sight of Jefferson, Madison, King George and the ensemble Snoopy dancing over Hamilton shooting himself in the foot is just gold.

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OK, this makes me laugh and I'm probably alone in this, but Aunt Em's sing-songie voice calling for Dorothy during the tornado scene in The Wizard of Oz.  That and the thing she says as she's being hustled into the storm cellar - "*unintelligible* my Dorothy standing around in the storm!"

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I don't care. I ALWAYS find this scene HILARIOUS from Lethal Weapon 2:

"Because you're Black"

Leo to Roger: "You are" 

Turns to Consulate dude: "He is."

😂😂

Quality's not great, but so what?

 

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"Kicking and Screaming" (2005) starring Will Ferrell.  Does anyone else enjoy this one?

It's a harmless family comedy if you want something to watch with your kids.

He's the coach of a soccer team and as an attempt to motivate the children, he buys them all birds.

Everyone is dumbfounded by this.

One of the kids plainly asks him, "Why is this fun?"

I think about that line constantly and laugh.  I really desperately wish someone would upload it onto YouTube.

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Watched Avengers: Age of Ultron last not and Ultron’s exasperated “Oh for God’s sake...” when Hulk leaps onto his jet and throws his ass out never fails to make me laugh my ass off.

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In tribute to the late, great Olympia Dukakis, some of her funniest moments were in Steel Magnolias and Moonstruck, the latter of which she won an Oscar for.

From Steel Magnolias, the scene when at the funeral for Shelby (M'Lynn and Drum's daughter), Claree (Dukakis' character) offered a devastated M'Lynn the chance to slap their grouchy neighbor Ouiser -which virtually everyone in town wanted to do for decades-to make M'Lynn feel better, which it did. Everytime I see that scene, it always makes me laugh.

From Moonstruck, one of the funniest scenes was when she put her daughter Loretta on blast for having a hickey, which she got from her lover, aka her fiance's brother ("You've got a love bite on your neck.... your life's goin' down the toilet!!")

RIP, Ms. Dukakis.

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Ouiser, I'd recognize this penmanship anywhere.

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I've been watching the Marvel movies in chronological order and just finished Ant Man. I've seen all the way through 2 or 3 times, and have seen bits and pieces several times as I've come across it while channel surfing.  That fight scene on and around the train, especially the end where it hits they guy and falls off the rails makes me laugh out loud every single time. There are so many great sight gags im that movie and that's one of the best. 

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In the movie Parenthood, fully of very funny moments, I love the scene where Dianne Weist's character finds out she's going to be a grandmother. Unfortunately, I can't find a clip.

She and her date have just returned to her home and her daughter is fighting with her husband.

D:  If he thinks I'm having his baby now, he's crazy! (storms out)

Date: A baby?

Helen:  A baby?

Date:  You're going to be a grandmother?

Helen laughs:  No....grandmothers are old.  (walks to her bar and pours a drink)  They knit and tell stories about the depression.  I was at Woodstock for Christ's sake!  I peed in a field!  I hung onto The Who's helicopter as it flew away! (takes a shot)

Date:  You were at Woodstock?  I was at Woodstock.

Helen:  (slams down the glass) Oh yeah?!  I thought you looked familiar!

 

 

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That’s a good one but I’m partial to when Helen discovers that the mysterious bag Garry’s been carrying around contains porn (instead of drugs like she feared). She puts in a tape to see what it contains when her sister and their grandmother walk in.

Susan: The door was open so we were just....oh my god.

Gran: What channel is this?

Helen: Gran this is a tape.

Gran to Susan: She needs a man. Now.

Helen: Gran this isn’t mine. I don’t watch this!

Garry: What’s everybody doing in here?! Did you break my lock?!

Helen: Susie, Gran would you go to my room please?

Susan: Sure.

Gran to Susan: One of those men reminded me of your grandfather. God bless him.

That’s right Buckman family. Grandpa was hung like a porn star. And Susan’s face at this line cannot be adequately described. 

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I think her family had some of the best moments. 

Todd:  A few days ago, Gary got his first boner.  You know what that is?

Helen, dryly:  If memory serves.

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Oh! I like these also:

::please infuse Gil’s part of the following exchange with all the sarcasm you can imagine::

Frank: Gil was it yours, or Helen’s, or Susan’s wedding I got drunk at?

Gil: It was all three Dad. Congratulations.

Frank: But which one did I punch the bandleader?

Gil: That was mine. We have photos. I’m having them blown up for the commitment hearing.

And

:: the power goes out while Marilyn explains everything Susan and Nathan will need to take care of Grandma while she stays with them::

One of the Buckmans: what happened?

Frank: your mouth used up all the power.

Gil: Don’t worry Dad we can still find the bar.

I rewatched the movie the other day courtesy of Peacock and it’s still brilliant.

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I LOVE Parenthood. 

This one tiny moment cracks me up.  I found a clip!  Susan had told Karen how she used to help Nathan relax with oral sex.   Steve Martin's "show him, honey" delivery is just perfect.  I laugh every single time.

 

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7 hours ago, Shannon L. said:

I think her family had some of the best moments. 

Todd:  A few days ago, Gary got his first boner.  You know what that is?

Helen, dryly:  If memory serves.

"So I told him - that's what little dudes do".

That whole scene between them is gold.  Funny and touching.

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14 minutes ago, raven said:

"So I told him - that's what little dudes do".

That whole scene between them is gold.  Funny and touching.

I agree.  My hands-down favorite part is Helen's "If memory serves" answer, and the exchange that follows continues to be funny, but then at the end we see behind the teenage idiot when she worries that a boy Gary's age really needs a man around, and Todd tells her it depends on the man.  He tells her a little of the abuse he grew up with and says, "You know, Mrs. Buckman, you need a license to buy a dog, or drive a car.  Hell, you even need a license to catch a fish.  But they'll let any butt-reaming asshole be a father."

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Keanu is so much fun as Tod.

Tod: I told him that's what little dudes do. That made him happy.

Helen: Garry was happy?

Tod: Yeah. He even smiled ::does a dude giggle: I never even knew he had teeth.

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In memory of Charles Grodin, a part of Beethoven that always makes me laugh is when they are trying to name the puppy with a hat full of anonymous name suggestions. Alice (Bonnie Turner) pulls out a slip, takes one look at the name, and glares at George, who smirks with the response “You asked for my opinion.” 

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These two scenes from Men in Black.  If I see the movie on when I'm channel surfing and it's anywhere near these two scenes, I'll stop and wait for them.

 

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1 hour ago, Shannon L. said:

These two scenes from Men in Black.  If I see the movie on when I'm channel surfing and it's anywhere near these two scenes, I'll stop and wait for them.

 

That's one of my favorite movies. Its so funny.

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2 hours ago, andromeda331 said:

That's one of my favorite movies. Its so funny.

I giggle every time K says "Meet the twins," points at one and gives a quick series of random beeps, points at the second one "and Bob".

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23 hours ago, andromeda331 said:

That's one of my favorite movies. Its so funny.

Made even funnier by how incredibly deadpan Tommy Lee Jones is through the whole thing. 

After J assists a woman who's giving birth to her... squid, and the agents get back into their car: "Anything about that seem unusual to you?"

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2 hours ago, rubaco said:

Made even funnier by how incredibly deadpan Tommy Lee Jones is through the whole thing. 

After J assists a woman who's giving birth to her... squid, and the agents get back into their car: "Anything about that seem unusual to you?"

"No, ma'am, we in the FBI do not have a sense of humor that we are aware of."

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In memory of Ned Beatty, this moment from Superman makes me cackle

Also Superman’s wonderful stink-eye at Otis when he tries to take his cape. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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