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Funny Movies

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    nicoli
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      Some guy on this forum has the quote "Never give up, never surrender – Galaxy Quest" under his name. 

      This made me remember that I had seen that movie some years back with my son and how funny and stupid it was. So I watched it on New Year's Eve and laughed so hard my stomach hurt. ( I was a Star Trek fan in my teens.)

      Some guy on this forum has the quote "Never give up, never surrender – Galaxy Quest" under his name. 

      This made me remember that I had seen that movie some years back with my son and how funny and stupid it was. So I watched it on New Year's Eve and laughed so hard my stomach hurt. ( I was a Star Trek fan in my teens.)

      Proverbs says "a good laugh is as good as medicine" (my paraphrase). I do try to laugh real hard at least once each day, sometimes because of an e-mail, sometimes because of my 2 year old grandson and sometimes from a movie or something like that.

      What are some of your funniest, dumbest, most gut-splitting movies? What would make us laugh? Want to share?

      Three of my favorites:  "War of the Roses", "What about Bob?"  "3 Ninjas"    (you can see I like the oldies)

      Nicki, Stage 3b and expecting to stay there, thank you.

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        LV
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          I do love "What about Bob?". 

          Another oldie that cracks me up is "La Cage aux Folles" – the original one.

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          LV
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            I do love "What about Bob?". 

            Another oldie that cracks me up is "La Cage aux Folles" – the original one.

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            KatyWI
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              It was "cheesy '80s night" at home courtesy of Netflix last night…How about "Harry and the Hendersons" or "K-9"?  Honestly the funniest part about "Harry and the Hendersons" is remembering being a kid in the movie theater with my dad–he'd anticipate the gags and start laughing before they even happened.

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              KatyWI
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                It was "cheesy '80s night" at home courtesy of Netflix last night…How about "Harry and the Hendersons" or "K-9"?  Honestly the funniest part about "Harry and the Hendersons" is remembering being a kid in the movie theater with my dad–he'd anticipate the gags and start laughing before they even happened.

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                KellieSue
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                  I like goofy, stupid movies. I loved Anchorman and The Ballad of Ricky Bobby with Will Ferrell. Can't forget the oldies like Blazing Saddles and Airplane.

                   

                  Kellie(from Iowa), Stage IV since June 2008

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                  KellieSue
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                    I like goofy, stupid movies. I loved Anchorman and The Ballad of Ricky Bobby with Will Ferrell. Can't forget the oldies like Blazing Saddles and Airplane.

                     

                    Kellie(from Iowa), Stage IV since June 2008

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