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Comedy Film Bucket List - Arlington Chapter Message Board › What comedy films should everyone see before they kick the bucket?

What comedy films should everyone see before they kick the bucket?

Group Organizer
Arlington, VA
Post #: 1
What are your top comedy films of all time? IGN covered this topic with their article, "Top 25 Comedies of All-Time"

Article Here:­

What are yours?
Kat (Kathy) H
Raleigh, NC
Post #: 9
Dressed to Kill
Group Organizer
Arlington, VA
Post #: 3
Mine is probably Office Space or Blazing Saddles
Jessica W.
user 12386494
Alexandria, VA
Post #: 1
I definitely suggest The Thin Man, His Girl Friday, and My Man Godfrey. Probably my top 3 favorites!
A former member
Post #: 16
Life of Bryan (too many people have seen the Holy Grail)
Young Frankenstein
History of the World PT 1
Ferris Beuller
Wholly Moses
See No Evil, Hear No Evil
Sleeper (though i was a kid when I saw it... it might have been stupid and I was too young to know better!)
Waynes's World
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
16 Candles
Fast Times at Ridgemont high
Revenge of the Nerds
A former member
Post #: 1
Best in Show
Run Fat Boy Run
Death at a Funeral (2007)
The Office
A former member
Post #: 1
The IGN list is pretty solid, but doesn't hit many of the old classics and misses slapstick comedy completely.

I'd like to see some Charlie Chaplin, Marx Brothers, Laurel & Hardy, and The Three Stooges.
Brian Z.
Alexandria, VA
Post #: 26
Love these lists. I'll also throw out a great comedy suggestion for the movie night (slightly out of left field)..

Martin Scorsese's "After Hours"

I also love:
Being There
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World
A Shot in the Dark
The Party
The Mouse the Roared
The In-Laws (the original)

Glenn F.
user 10266844
Washington, DC
Post #: 1
I'd have to suggest "What's Up Doc?"
Kensington, MD
Post #: 2
How bout' "Liar Liar"
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