What is your favorite comedic scene from a movie?
My favorite is from The Proposal when Sandra Bullock runs into Betty White in the woods, and they do a nature dance. Hysterical!
omg tht's my fav part as well!!! come on that's just hilarious!!! XOXO
Probably the fight scene (and aftermath) in Anchorman. It was just so out of place and over the top.
I know its a small part in the movie and not too many will notice it but...The movie "O brother where art thou" has a scene when george clooney (Ulysses) was being held up by the guy (Delmar) Tim Blake Nelson in a jail. Its the small part when Delmar says "Thats all I got." Its such a small part but its magic.
I really like the part in "Fun With Dick and Jane" where Dick is dressed all in black with a voice changer and he's making all kinds of weird noises at the guy they're holding up. The deleted scene from that is even more hilarious. I laughed so hard it hurt
My favorite Comedic scene is from the movie bed time story wherein Adam Sandler is stung by a bee on the tongue and he have to deliver his plan for the hotel, then Russel Brandt came to the rescue for he can understand the language they are so cute especial Russel for he is wearing a hula costume for girls.
I would have to say the scene from Talladega Nights where the family is sitting at the dinner table with all of the fast food saying grace. Those little kids were killing me picking on grandpa!
There are so many. My fav. from The Proposal is when Sandra bumps into Ryan naked and he says, "Oh my God, why are you wet? I don't understand!"
The scene in PLANES, TRAINS, AND AUTOMOBILES when Steve Martin is at the rental car counter and the F*** word gets dropped like 19 times..lol -Paul
by stylezink 6 years ago
I finally had the chance to watch the movie, Bridesmaids. It was hilarious!! I died laughing last night and I haven't laughed out loud from a movie in quite some time. If you haven't seen it, you really need to! I'm not going to write an entire review of the movie, I just wanted to point out my...
by expatincanada 2 years ago
Matthew McConaughey eating oysters, A Time to Kill – Matthew McConaughey eating oysters………need I say more?
by fierycj 9 years ago
A lot of scenes kill me in a movie, so I'm going to be telling mine as the thread grows. But here's one - the part in the movie, No Country For Old Men, were the villain walks into home of the lady who just buried her husband - a man he killed. The lady finds him in the house and immediately she...
by lindacee 7 years ago
What is your favorite Leslie Nielsen movie?Of course we all enjoyed his comedic roles, but one of my favorite Leslie Nielsen movies is the 1957 flick, "Tammy and the Bachelor" with Debbie Reynolds. My husband,and I'm sure many of you out there, will surely disagree!
by billd01603 5 years ago
What is your favorite cheesy movie?I like "Field of Dreams" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
by Joshua Zerbini 6 years ago
Which Will Farrell movie is your favorite and why?
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