Please recommend a totally mindless, hilarious juicy movie
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Burning Palms, esp. This Little Piggy and Buyer's Remorse.
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Death Becomes her
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I just watched Longhorns on Netflix - wow - funny and how they ever got in on there I'll never know. Super sexy and good acting.
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Happy Face, a stoner movie unusual for having a female star.
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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
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School of Rock
Jumping Jack Flash
Harper Valley PTA
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Correction, the title is actually Smiley Face. Anyone else see it? It's not brilliant but I usually don't like pothead movies and this one I did.
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The Lady Eve
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The Hangover, but be sure to watch the end credits
And yes, Death Becomes Her
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How to Marry a Millionaire[/italic]
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[quote]Correction, the title is actually Smiley Face. Anyone else see it? It's not brilliant but I usually don't like pothead movies and this one I did.
Same. So, so stupid, but it doesn't aim for more than that. Anna Faris is really difficult not to like, what with her range of facial expressions.
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Dude, Where's My Car.
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or Bubble Boy.
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The Zero Effect
Everyone I've loaned this movie to has liked it. It does have DL fave whatshisname - Zoolander in it. The role calls for a good amount of whining and complaining. Unsurprisingly, it suits him.
A rich man loses his keys. The world's greatest detective (Bill Pullman) and his lawyer/representative (Zoolander) are hired to find them. Mystery, sex, drugs and amusement ensue.
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Wet Hot American Summer.
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Whats up Doc.
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Madhouse with Kirstie Alley and John Laroquette. Cheerfully crude, with some lame jokes but so entertaining.
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"Wild Things' owns this thread
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Jeckyll and Hyde Together Again
Better Off Dead
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The Owl and the Pussycat ("Who gave you permission to read my underwear!")
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[italic] Daddy's Dyin' ... Who's Got the Will?[/italic]
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La Cage aux Folles
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
The Twelve Chairs
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Down and Out in Beverly Hills
The Hollywood Knights
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Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. Very mindless and very funny.
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another thumbs up for What's Up Doc
Girls Will be Girls
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The Gang's All Here (featuring the song, "You Can't Pooh-Pooh Paducah")
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Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
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Another vote for Soapdish.
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The Money Pit
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The Money Pit reminded me of its classic original, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House.
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Yes, Money Pit is obviously inspired by Mr. Blandings. But both are absolutely worth watching.
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"Hairspray", either version.
"South Park, Bigger Longer and Uncut"
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The Sweetest Thing
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The obscene phone call (my favorite scene) is at the link.
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KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE. DARK SHADOWS with John Depp I AM CUROUS YELLOW I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
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"Dangerous Liaisons": a ridiculous, hysterically funny satire about a "Helen Lawson"-style, aged, deformed, insane woman who imagines she is the star of her own soap opera.
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God, I thought I was the only person in the world who liked Dr. Detroit. It is so stupid and so good.
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Jumpin' Jack Flash
What's Up, Doc?
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Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead
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Withnail & I
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The Tall Guy
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[italic]Airplane[/italic] and [italic]Airplane 2[/italic]. The gold standard(s).
Any John Waters movie, including the underappreciated [italic]Polyester[/italic].
I like Three Stooges movies, but they're not everyone's cup of tea.
[italic]The Thin Man[/italic]. And see if you can keep up with all the boozing.
[italic]The Philadelphia Story[/italic]
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I second Death Becomes Her. Hysterical. Esp. the final scene. It's also the movie where I realized Bruce Willis can act.
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The Hot Rock
Who's Minding the Mint?
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Goldie Hawn's filmography is fun. Private Benjamin Housesitter
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Flirting With Disaster.
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The original "Producers" with Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder ("white, white, white is the color of our carpet", "Hello, I am Carmen Ghia", "I'M THE CUNTSYURGE", "DOITY, FILTHY, STINKING BOIDS") or "Dick" if you want the real dope on Watergate and who Deep Throat really was.
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Well if you're doing Neil Simon we have to include "Young Frankenstein."
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Neil Simon did Young Frankenstein?
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Mel Brooks--but you knew that.
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Make Mine Mink
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Romy & Michelle's High School Reunion
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Waiting for Guffman
Best in Show
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After "The Producers":
"Dirty, Rotten Scoundrels"
"The Odd Couple"
"The Full Monty"
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Death At A Funeral (British Version)
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Can't Hardly Wait
Fun, hilarious, solid soundtrack, twink eye candy to boot (Ethan Embry, Peter Facinelli, Jerry O'Connell)
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Delia Darrow had it going on.
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(I feel like fucking with OP).
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I've always liked "Quick Change."
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