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Jun 26, 2018
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Maratonci trče počasni krug

If you can find it with english subs, definitely watch it. It's so much better than the generic american comedy crap.
 
Kogoruhn

Kogoruhn

Student
May 20, 2018
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406blue

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Sep 7, 2018
379
i remember a film with woody harrelson called Kingpin. It's pretty corny but made me laugh a lot at the time. And many monty python sketches, here's one..

 
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RTL90

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Sep 30, 2018
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-A Fish Called Wanda

-Airplane!

-The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra (an indie gem if you can find it!! I peed myself from laughing)

And finally, I know this is an unintentional pun, but the Japanese movie "Death By Hanging". If you can fidn English subtitles, I highly recommend it. It merits repeat viewings too!
 
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ParamitePie

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Oct 11, 2018
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Dead Alive (also known as Braindead) is more of a horror movie than comedy, but I have a very dark sense of humor and Peter Jackson's early works were always able to make me laugh. I don't recommend it for the weak of stomach, or those with good taste, but it's a darkly humorous film. I mean, I can't think of another film where a priest gets in a Kung Fu battle against zombies.

Kung Pow was a film I saw back in 2004, and it was something of a cult classic with my friends and I. We quoted the film all the time, and that's strangely been something that's carried over to all friendship groups I've ever been a part of. Most people don't seem to like the film, but as someone that's watched one too many badly dubbed bad Kung Fu films in the past, it always makes me laugh.

Police Story (1,2 & Supercop) is my favorite Jackie Chan film series, and some of my favorite Hong Kong films. It was made during that time in his career when he still had a good sense of physical humor in his films. Unfortunately, the series became serious and gritty later on, but the first few films are gold.

Zohan is an Adam Sandler film, and not really a film I'd recommend to anyone. It's one of two Sandler films (the other being Punch-Drunk Love) which I actually like. That said, I'll always remember seeing it back in 2008, when I was peaking a wave of depression, and laughing my ass off, then discussing it with a friend. So, it deserves a mention for brightening up my life, even if it isn't really all that great.
 

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Dead Alive (also known as Braindead) is more of a horror movie than comedy, but I have a very dark sense of humor and Peter Jackson's early works were always able to make me laugh. I don't recommend it for the weak of stomach, or those with good taste, but it's a darkly humorous film. I mean, I can't think of another film where a Catholic priest gets in a Kung Fu battle against zombies.

Kung Pow was a film I saw back in 2004, and it was something of a cult classic with my friends and I. We quoted the film all the time, and that's strangely been something that's carried over to all friendship groups I've ever been a part of. Most people don't seem to like the film, but as someone that's watched one too many badly dubbed bad Kung Fu films in the past, it always makes me laugh.

Police Story (1,2 & Supercop) is my favorite Jackie Chan film series, and some of my favorite Hong Kong films. It was made during that time in his career when he still had a good sense of physical humor in his films. Unfortunately, the series became serious and gritty later on, but the first few films are gold.

Zohan is an Adam Sandler film, and not really a film I'd recommend to anyone. It's one of two Sandler films (the other being Punch-Drunk Love) which I actually like. That said, I'll always remember seeing it back in 2008, when I was peaking a wave of depression, and laughing my ass off, then discussing it with a friend. So, it deserves a mention for brightening up my life, even if it isn't really all that great.
Love police story
 
not_a_robot

not_a_robot

"i hope the leaving is joyful, & never to return"
May 30, 2019
2,124
An Evening with Beverly Luff Lin is another really silly one with Jemaine Clement. Loved it. There's a "sexy" dinner scene with Aubrey Plaza making fun of how people in movies constantly talk with their mouths full.
"You should wipe your mouth. It's covered in cheese, it's disgusting."
"mmmm. so decadent."
 
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RM5998

Sack of Meat
Sep 3, 2018
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Another one:

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One of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Up there with Shaun of the Dead for me in the zombie and comedy genres.