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Best comedy you ever see

For me it's Miss Congenialty. It was soooo funny!!!
I also like Meet the parents
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omg miss congeniality is my all time fave ive seen it 13 times.
i also like bruce almighty too
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Definately Harlem Nights. Redd Foxx and Arsenio just cracked me up.

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Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show are CLASSIC!!!
So is Clueless.

There are lots of good comedies. I also like Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown and Amelie!!!

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Airplane My all time fave! I laugh during the entire movie!

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Office Space It was in 1999 w/ jennifer Aniston. If you work in a big company you will find this movie hysterical!
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Ya know...there are so many good comedys out there...It's tough to pick a favorite.

Scary Movie?
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I really like Ghost World, cos its got a good story beside the humour, and it's really my sense of humour.

Amelie is the best comedy ever. I have never laughed so much in my life.

Both Scary Movie films are very funny, however despite its crap reviews I actually find the second one more funny.

Anything with Whoopee Goldberg, she cracks me up. I watched this film called the Burular the other night ROLF LOL LMFAO!!!!!!11

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Anything with Whoopee Goldberg, she cracks me up. I watched this film called the Burular the other night ROLF LOL LMFAO!!!!!!11
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South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut

Without a doubt the most I laughed in a movie theater EVER <claps hands>. I can't stress that enough.

Savage comedy. Meesah people gonna die?
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South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut

Without a doubt the most I laughed in a movie theater EVER <claps hands>. I can't stress that enough.

Savage comedy. Meesah people gonna die?
Chef: Haven't you ever heard of the Emancipation Proclaimation?

General: No, I don't listen to rap.


That movie was hilarious.

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For me it's Miss Congenialty. It was soooo funny!!!
I also like Meet the parents
meet the parents was funny, but only after the first time watching it. afterwards its loses its appeal.

id say office space... its a fucking classic.

half-baked. dave just too funny. of course, its not the same if you arent blazed.


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Chef: Haven't you ever heard of the Emancipation Proclaimation?

General: No, I don't listen to rap.


That movie was hilarious.
Hip hop, not rap.

Office Space is great as well. I had it on VHS and played it so much that I had to upgrade to DVD.
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