My favorite Goofy Movie

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  1. PapaBeef

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    Life Of Brian and Monty Python And The Holy Grail are two of my all time favorite movies.
    Goofy, yes. But they're also brilliant.
    I've spent many hours rolling on the floor watching these two.

    One I just watched last night that was just plain goofy was Army Of Darkness.

    And two of my favorites that fall into the So Bad They're Great category: The Gold Raiders and Winterbeast.
     
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    I watched Zero Hour without knowing its connection with Airplane!

    That was an odd feeling to say the least...
     
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    I've got a few that most have been mentioned.

    All the Evil Dead flicks through Army Of Darkness

    Mel Brooks: Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Spaceballs

    Walk Hard- The Dewey Cox Story

    Pootie Tang- has anyone seen this flick that was derived from a skit on the Chris Rock show? I think it's the dumbest, funniest of all. No brains required.
     
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    Anything Mel Brooks
     
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    Some of the old ensemble movies from the 60's. "It's A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD", "What Did You Do In the War, Daddy?", "Kelly's Heroes", The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming". I'm showing my age with these movies.:D
     
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    No. You are not alone.
    That was one funny movie. And Rachel Ward was hot too.
    Even when her breasts were all out of whack & all.:lol:
     
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    Glad I'm not alone:) and agree about Rachel Ward;)
    Carlotta was the kind of town where they spell trouble "T-R-U-B-I-L"--and if you try to correct their spelling, they kill you.:lol:
     
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    Starsky & Hutch





    I just love it for some unknown, insane reason


    (and Naked Gun of course, although I'm sure that one's been covered already)
     
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    thats it!

    i wasconfused by the ww2 references used in airplane! and of course its a comedy so i went with it...then i saw zero hour! than the pieces all fit
     
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    I guess Dr. Strangelove wouldn't be considered goofy? Shame, a classic.

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