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Eddini_81976
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I love Jim Carrey, and Adam Sandler movies myself. Billy Madison is a favorite especially when he's chasing the "Penguin"...hahaha. I really loved Jim Carrey in "Liar Liar". I love the bathroom scene where he's giving himself a good buttkicken and he trurns to the guy and says "Do you mind I'm kicking my ***". I loved "There's Something About Mary" especially the scene after they've picked him up at the rest stop, and after when they are interrogating him on mass murder, and he just non-chantly talks about doing it 50 or more times. I just thought that was a funny scene because of what the police must've been thinking. I also loved the "zipper scene" even though I felt the poor guy's pain...lol. "Meet The Parents" is a riot a minute too. In the Goonies" I love it when the kid makes the other kid do the "Truffle Shuffle".....lol..hahaha. What a good post. Thanks I really needed that, Ed, (Eddini). Smile Smile Smile
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Yeah the police station scene in "there's something about mary" is really funny. I also liked the ben stiller movie "zoolander" when all of those male model are spraying each other with the gas nozzles. I also just saw "a mighty wind" and the first scene with fred willard is a very very funny scene.
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Every bit of a horrific movie titled "Witch Trap". It is soooooo bad that you get hooked in the 1st 10 minutes. A scene particularly note worthy is a scene in which a character named "Felix" gets shot in the abdomen. The dialog goes like this:

Woman: Oh, Felix! Felix! You're wounded!

Felix: Yeah, I know.

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..... as a side I recently got this on DVD and the whole Mexican hitchiker scene had been cut ?!?!
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For me it has to be National Lampoon's Vacation, too many great lines in that one to mention. "Real tomato ketchup Eddie? Ahhh nothing but the best."
"I don't know why they call it hamburger helper it does just fine by itself don't you think Clark"

Too many good lines in that one. One of the all time funniest movies...IMO
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On 2003-09-05 03:03, Reg Rozee wrote:
Re UHF: "BADGERS??!! We don't need no stinking BADGERS!!!"

And then in the clubhouse scene, the kid who gets to drink from the firehose... Smile Smile


Agreed: Supplies!!

Young Frankenstein: "Elevate me!" (and nearly every other running second of film)

The Stunt Man: "If God could do the things we can do, he'd be a happy man!"

The Lion in Winter: "What family doesn't have its ups and downs?"

Top Secret: "This is not Mel Torme!" and "I'll miss you most of all, Scarecrow!"

My Favorite Year: "Double the lad's bet for me, you toad!" (Something about Peter O'Toole's delivery that makes lines memorable)

That'll do it for present.
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I can't believe nobody has mentioned The Jerk with Steve Martin. I love the whole movie,but what about the part where he's going through the room picking out various things he needs: the match book, the chair, the paddle game, his dog...well he doesn't need his dog.
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I love the following scenes in the South Park movie:

-When the doctors are trying to save Kenny and end up putting a baked potatoe where his heart should be.

-Where the gang are looking on the internet and find a German website featuring Cartman's mom. I won't say any more for fear of offending anyone.
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