Skip to comments.Movie Scenes That Made Me Cry...Laughing. (Vanity) Funniest movie scenes.
Posted on 03/28/2006 6:49:43 AM PST by gate2wire
Saw the Larry the Cable Guy movie yesterday and liked it. One particular scene almost made me cry. So this morning I have been thinking of scenes which did make me cry...laughing. So, please help me out and share some scenes.
Get 'er done.
MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL: The knights attack a french castle only to be defeated by insults and catapulted farm animals.
BLAZING SADDLES: Cowboys sit arond the campfire eating beans. (I don't care who you are, that's funny.)
PORKY'S: Coach has sex with "Lassie" in the boys' locker room.
PORKY'S: Coaches sit in Principal's office as Buella Ballbreaker suggests a police line-up to find a mole on a boy's "tallywacker."
MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL: Arthur fights the black knight.
Weekend At Bernies during the last half where Bernies body is dragged all over the island had me on the floor. I was very surprised how much I laughed. I heve never seen it again or the sequel since I want to preserve the memory.
I've never heard of it, I'll have to check it out. Thanks to Netflix I no longer have to don the fake glasses/mustache to rent my silly-humor movies! ;o)
"This steak still has marks where the jockey was hitting it."
the scene in Uncle Buck with the rapid fire dialogue between John Candy and Macauley Culkin (sp?)
Bring out your dead! Bring out your dead!
I think Jack Nicholson in Anger Management is simply hilarious!
And of course, so many scenes from Animal House!
I laughed till I hurt in the Wedding Crashers, which is another crude but funny movie.
"Seven years of college down the drain"
Thought it was hilarious, until my daughter did it...
LOL! sorry about the 7 years' tuition, though.
John Belushi...what a scream he was anyway.
Remember him on the ladder, "jumping" it across the exterior of the sorority house?
Good move. The sequel was very disappointing.
Same here, the scene at the dining room table made me laugh so hard I was crying.
The fight scene near the end of "Undercover Brother" when Eddie Griffith and Chris Katan are taunting each other and "Beat It" is playing in the background. Then Eddie Griffith loses a hunk of his afro and says "You touch the fro, you got to go!" Classic.
Another favorite is the "day after" telephone call scene in "When Harry Met Sally."
Yeah I heard.
I love the scene when Steve Martin stomps back to the car rental counter and calmly throws a fit.
Sometime watch this right after Airport 1975. It is the same movie... only Airport is funnier.
Same here and also with the scene of him being tied up in bed! I went to see it with a girlfriend and howled so loudly that I embarrassed her.
For some reason, I can't think of many particular scenes -- but here are some of my favorite funny movies/television shows:
Monty Python (Holy Grail -- shrubbery, Sir Robin's minstrels, Black Knight especially)
Black Adder (BBC series)
Napoleon Dynamite (especially Napoleon's dance and wedding scene at end)
Chef! (BBC series)
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (BBC series)
First two Police Academy movies
Blazing Saddles, negro spirituals scene, it's twue, it's twue (hate beans scene)
Original Dick van Dyke Show
Skeet Surfing scene, Top Secret!
The Court Jester (especially Chalice from the Palace scene)
Arsenic and Old Lace (Teddy digging the Panama Canal)
The Tick (animated series)-- Especially the Heroes Retirement Home episode with Living Doll -- I'm full of tinier men!
Stripes -- heavily-armed recreational vehicle
The film is less than 70 minutes long, and at the end, I was laughed out -- I was so tired of laughing, I didn't want to laugh any more.
For those who can't bear watching black and white, the opening was shot in 2-strip Technicolor.
Funniest scene in the movie
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