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100 Funniest Movies (Part 20 ~ # 5)

Updated on March 16, 2011

# 5 ~~~ Office Space

Office Space ~~~ 1999

  1. Cover Sheets on our TPS Reports

  2. The Jump-to-Conclusions Mat

  3. "Sounds like someone's got a case of the Mondays."

  4. "I celebrate the guys entire catalog!"

  5. "I really don't like talking about my flair."

  6. "Samir Naga...Naga...Naganawork here anymore anyway."

  7. "Things go well and I'll be showing her my oh face. OH OH You know what I'm talkin' about."

  8. "What am I gonna do with 40 subscriptions to Vibe?"

  9. DR. SWANSON: "What about today? Is today the worst day of your life?" PETER: "Yeah." DR. SWANSON: "Wow, that's messed up."

  10. BOB: "What would you say you do here?" TOM: Well, look, I already told you. I deal with the God-damned customers so the engineers don't have to. I have people skills. I am good at dealing with people! Can't you understand that? WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?"

The Best Scene. I Have People Skills!

The Unbelievable Cast

  • Ron Livingston as Peter

  • David Herman as Michael Bolton

  • Ajay Naidu as Samir

  • Greg Pitts as Drew

  • Stephen Root as Milton

  • Gary Cole as Bill Lumbergh

  • Richard Riehle as Tom

  • Diedrich Bader as Lawrence

  • John C. McGinley & Paul Willson as The Bobs

  • Jennifer Aniston as Joanna

  • Michael McShane as Dr. Swanson

Office Space Question worth $250,000!

The Ones That ALMOST Made It!

The List So Far....

100) Being John Malkovich

99) Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

98) Private Benjamin

97) American Beauty

96) Brewster's Millions

95) A League of Their Own

94) Defending Your Life

93) Swimming With Sharks

92) Harold and Maude

91) The Bad News Bears

 

90) Shaun of the Dead

89) Ciao Professore!

88) About A Boy

87) Nobody's Fool

86) Ghostbusters

85) The 40-Year-Old Virgin

84) Moonstruck

83) The Snapper

82) Stripes

81) We're No Angels

 

80) Heathers

79) Much Ado About Nothing

78) Bottle Rocket

77) The Out-of-Towners

76) Finding Nemo

75) Pee Wee's Big Adventure

74) The Odd Couple

73) Party Girl

72) The Tall Guy

71) Say Anything...

 

70) After Hours

69) The Aristocrats

68) Made

67) Oscar

66) Bad Santa

65) Trading Places

64) The Money Pit

63) Private Parts

62) Young Frankenstein

61) Back to the Future

 

60) Better Off Dead

59) Frankie & Johnny

58) Crazy People

57) Welcome To The Dollhouse

56) Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

55) Rushmore

54) Half-Baked

53) The Hudsucker Proxy

52) The Breakfast Club

51) Meet The Parents / Meet The Fockers

 

50) Fast Times at Ridgemont High

49) This Is Spinal Tap

48) When Harry Met Sally

47) Wild Cats

46) There's Something About Mary

45) Napoleon Dynamite

44) Waiting for Guffman

43) Wedding Crashers

42) Small Time Crooks

41) I Love You To Death

 

40) South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

39) Clueless

38) Mr. Mom

37) Swingers

36) Tootsie

35) Raising Arizona

34) The Jerk

33) Friday

32) Caddyshack

31) The Princess Bride

 

30) Monty Python and the Holy Grail

29) Foul Play

28) Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

27) Animal House

26) Annie Hall

25) A Christmas Story

24) Big

23) Clerks

22) Liar Liar

21) Ferris Bueller's Day Off

 

20) The Big Lebowski

19) The Ref

18) A Fish Called Wanda

17) The Nutty Professor

16) 16 Candles

15) Groundhog Day

14) Best In Show

13) Bullets Over Broadway

12) Planes, Trains and Automobiles

11) The Birdcage

10) Parenthood

9) Coming To America

8) Election

7) Airplane!

6) What About Bob?

5) Office Space

The 4 Funniest Movies of All-Time remain...

Anyone wanna venture a guess as to the FINAL FOUR?

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    • vickie1972 profile image

      vickie1972 

      10 years ago from Tampa Bay Area

      Oh - I missed dumb and dumber.

    • DJ Funktual profile imageAUTHOR

      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      Maybe. Tee Hee Hee.

    • 02SmithA profile image

      02SmithA 

      10 years ago from Ohio

      Maybe Dumb and Dumber in the top 4 somewhere.. just a guess... good series!

    • CherylTheWriter profile image

      CherylTheWriter 

      10 years ago from Humble, Texas (the ultimate oxymoron)

      Mea culpa. We'll stick with The Trouble with Tribbles--More Tribbles, More Troubles--Take me out to the Holosuite--Mudd's Woman--A Fistful of Datas--okay, I'm stopping there.

      At War with the Army? Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis together again for the first time, ad libbing all over the place?

    • DJ Funktual profile imageAUTHOR

      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      Oh you go too far....off topic. j/k

    • CherylTheWriter profile image

      CherylTheWriter 

      10 years ago from Humble, Texas (the ultimate oxymoron)

      So, how about Cardassians? Did Garak on DS9 make you wonder what the hell was going on? What's a lie and what's the truth and the moral of the "Boy who cried Wolf" is you should never tell the same lie twice.

    • DJ Funktual profile imageAUTHOR

      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      I REALLY do like galaxy Quest and it came oh so close I swear it. You see I too am a lover of The Hirogen, Data and the Q.

    • CherylTheWriter profile image

      CherylTheWriter 

      10 years ago from Humble, Texas (the ultimate oxymoron)

      Galaxy Quest. Okay, I'm a Trekkie, I admit it, don't twist any harder.

      Branagh's Henry V. No, it's not supposed to be funny, but those costumes get me every time.

      Space Cowboys. The ripe stuff rides again. To the moon, Tommy Lee.

      Shrek? The Incredibles? The original Casino Royale where everybody's James Bond, even the women? Cahill, where John Wayne winds up riding a mule because his two boys ran off his horse? Men In Black 2, "You guys . . . pull yourselves together."

      Keep at it, bad boy. Can't wait for the final revelation.

    • DJ Funktual profile imageAUTHOR

      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      GREAT guesses vickie. Slapshot is a classic and so are the rest of your choices. I knew I would take heat from Mel Brooks fans over BS and Spaceballs which are funny along with History of the World Part 1 but they just didn't make it mostly because I prefer to promote rarer known films than rehash everyone else's favorites. Not that all mine are rare either. IDK.

      Great comment though. Excellent guesses.

    • vickie1972 profile image

      vickie1972 

      10 years ago from Tampa Bay Area

      I see a few not on the list that should be:

      Blazing Saddles, Life of Brian, & American Pie

      My ex would have said Slapshot, but I can't imagine it being in the top 4.

    • DJ Funktual profile imageAUTHOR

      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      Tater,

      How could you have missed it? It's Mike Judge.

      Ya know, creator of Beavis and Butt-head AND King of the Hill

    • Tater2tot profile image

      Tater2tot 

      10 years ago from ~~~

      OHHH I haven't seen this but after watching the vid. I really want to! What kind of man is a fan of Michael Bolton? I guess a real man. JP. :)

      Tayler!

    • kpfingaz profile image

      kpfingaz 

      10 years ago from ~~~

      I HAVE PEOPLE SKILLS! CANT YOU UNDERSTAND THAT? WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE!

      ROFL!

      Lol at the Michael Bolton guy.

    • DJ Funktual profile imageAUTHOR

      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      Oh yeah. I don't where I wrote it exactly but I did say that this was a 24-Part Series. Oh yeah, and there is a table of contents Hub which is Labeled Part Zero.

      Technically 25 Hubs.

    • desert blondie profile image

      desert blondie 

      10 years ago from Palm trees, swimming pools, lots of sand, lots of sunscreen

      So! You rascal you! You're going to drag out the unveiling of your top five? Well, guesss the top five of the 100 funniest movies each deserve their own columns! I'm all atwitter!!!

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