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    Funniest movies you've ever seen?

    Well, what is it?!

    I think mine would be "Superstar" (just because it's so stupid and goofy) and possibly "Strangers with Candy." Amy Sedaris is amazing!

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    "Psycho Beach Party"

    Its absolutely hilarious! Its a parody of 60's beach movies crossed with a parody of 60's horror films. Fantastic!

    PS. I love "Superstar" and "Strangers With Candy"!!!

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    "sex drive," "just friends," and "i hope they serve beer in hell" are pretty high on my list, haha

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    Don't know about funniest ever, but here are a few off the top of my head.

    Little Miss Sunshine
    Dodgeball
    Superbad
    Night At The Roxbury

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    The ones I've laughed at more than any others are both French: "Monsieur Hulot's Holiday" and "Amelie". Seriously, if you haven't seen those, you're missing a couple of classics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    The ones I've laughed at more than any others are both French: "Monsieur Hulot's Holiday" and "Amelie". Seriously, if you haven't seen those, you're missing a couple of classics.
    Amelie >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Life. The end.
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    Hmm, I'm not sure. Knocked Up was pretty funny. This might be an odd choice but I remember The Last Holiday being one of the most hilarious! I went to see it with my mum and sister and we laughed all the way through.

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    Someone today reminded me of The Hot Chick, which is hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    The ones I've laughed at more than any others are both French: "Monsieur Hulot's Holiday" and "Amelie". Seriously, if you haven't seen those, you're missing a couple of classics.
    I love "Amelie!" I've never really considered that to be a comedy though. I mean, it is very funny but there's so much more going on than comedy.

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