What Are Your Top Five…COMEDY

 

 

 

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What are your top five Comedies?

It’s Wednesday! And as of last week I’ve decided that that means it’s time for another ‘Top Five’ quiz.
Just a brief clarification after last week’s first Top Five: ‘The list is too long’ is no excuse 😉 I’ve asked for five…so the list isn’t long at all 😛 they don’t need to be in any particular order, nor do they really need to be your top five; just five that you really like will suffice.

I’ll get the ball rolling!

  • Bridesmaids
  • Due Date
  • The 40 Year Old Virgin
  • Tropic Thunder
  • Dodgeball

Drop your top five comedies into the comments below!

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16 thoughts on “What Are Your Top Five…COMEDY

  1. I’m still trying to wake up – I’ll try and get back here and give you a list – my favorite comedy is Raising Arizona : )

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  2. Easy peezie:- 1.The Producers, 2, Some Like it Hot, 3.Annie Hall, 4.Trains,planes and Automobiles (a complete lesson in comedy timing and how to set up a joke), 5.Take the Money & Run, 6.Airplane and many more…..

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  3. Animal House
    National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
    Shawn of the Dead,
    The Hangover,
    Dumb & Dumber
    I don’t really like most modern comedy movies – there’s always a ‘lesson’ to be learned in them. I don’t want any moral lesson in my comedy – or – at least bury it deep enough so I can choose to ignore it if I want. I would perhaps add ‘Balls of Fury’ as an honorable mention.

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    1. lol I wrote a post about shaun of the dead earlier xD brilliant film
      hate the hangover soo much!
      not seen the others
      i don’t mind contemporary comedy but I’m a bit picky about what I watch…not keen on comedy that’s too vulgar,

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      1. yeah, most of these are slapstick or kind of vulgar. Actually, I don’t remember too much about the Hangover, I had a hangover when I saw it, but I do remember laughing, so that’s why I threw it in there 🙂

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      2. Okay, it came out in 1978 or so, but was about a college fraternity in the 1960’s. John Belushi is in it. Don’t know how it would hold up today but it was funny stuff when it came out.

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  4. I’m going to go all early Stephen Chow comedies on you! My faves have to be Knight of Gamblers and Tricky Brains. Bridesmaids is a great choice though! I really love She’s the Man which makes me crack up all the time! Ace Venture: Pet Detective is also a big one and hmm…I can’t leave Robin Williams out! Mrs. Doubtfire is totally hilarious as well 🙂

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  5. Crazy People, Airplane, Hot Shots Deux, Blazing Saddles (tied with a bunch of other Mel Brooks efforts), Galaxy Quest — but there are more, more and more. Comedy is my favorite genre. I love to laugh.

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