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    Guest mark&rachel

    Was watching 4 weddings and a funeral last night and remembered how funny it was!

     

    Whats your favourite funny movie

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    So many but my all time favourites has to be the Monty Python films and the most recent one is the Inbetweeners.

     

     

    Chris.

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    It has to be Superbad, hilarious... Being bought the Inbetweeners movie for my b'day, which is going to be funny... Or you could try bad taste or brain dead as New Zealands strange funny!!!! Sorry mine are a bit different to the other suggestions... By the way Monty Python rules.

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    Guest Barney Rubble
    So many but my all time favourites has to be the Monty Python films and the most recent one is the Inbetweeners.

     

     

    Chris.

     

     

    Yep agreed,

    Add in Friends with Benefits, you have to pay attention though, lost count how many times we had to rewind it (Wifes blonde, say no more:huh:)

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    Not sure how funny everyone will think it is but we love The Castle (and the Dish- dish not that funny except it has some really funny moments. Although we watched it in the cinema in the UK and I guess its more of an Aussie taste cos there were a few bits where we were the only ones laughing... I count my sense of humour as adopted australian cos been married to an aussie for 11 yrs its kind of all much of a muchness these days!).

     

    Love the castle cos its legendary.

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    Yeah, The Castle, The Dish, Muriel's Wedding, Anchorman, Dodgeball and Stepbrothers are our favs. And the films we use quotes from all the time!

     

    Apparently-and this was just what I've heard so don't know if it's for real- The Castle had some parts over dubbed for the American market so they could understand the humour!

     

    LC

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    The Castle and The Dish are great for Aussie humour. Also Wog Boy and the Kings of Mykonos are very funny from an Australian Italian/Greek perspective. Watched the very old Adventures of Barry McKenzie for the first time the other day (with a very youthful Dame Edna) - extremely dated (think Benny Hill) and a mixture of funny and awful at the same time. Helps explain a lot of the old-fashioneded 'pom' humour/prejudice you get here.

     

    Other classics are There's Something about Mary, Meet the Parents and more recently It's Complicated. And of course Animal House.

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    Guest Guest75

    Futtock's End for me.... Yep,The Castle................... But how can you miss out Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with Steve Martin and Michael Caine?? Such an unlikely pairing but such fun!......Ruprect..................He,he........mi ght do my version at the meet tomorrow. Not doubt Lazy Cow will call it my normal behaviour.

     

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    Guest Guest11535

    Sorry it might not be to everyone's taste, The Dictator, and 4 Lions.

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    Guest miknlou

    dirt rotten scoundrels is ace, but i also love Uncle Buck for "dad" humour

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