Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies"

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Cable channel Bravo’s picks as the biggest gutbuster flicks ever….

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  1. 1.
    National Lampoon's Animal House
    by John Landis

  2. 2.
    Caddyshack
    by Harold Ramis

  3. 3.
    Shrek (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Andrew Adamson

  4. 4.
    There's Something About Mary
    by Bobby Farrelly

  5. 5.
    South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
    by Trey Parker

  6. 6.
    Airplane!
    by Jim Abrahams

  7. 7.
    Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
    by Tom Shadyac

  8. 8.
    The Wedding Singer
    by Frank Coraci

  9. 9.
    Blazing Saddles
    by Mel Brooks

  10. 10.
    Arthur
    by Steve Gordon

  11. 11.
    Pee-wee's Big Adventure (Widescreen)
    by Tim Burton

  12. 12.
    The Producers
    by Mel Brooks

  13. 13.
    The Naked Gun DVD Gift Set

  14. 14.
    Napoleon Dynamite
    by Jared Hess

  15. 15.
    Fast Times at Ridgemont High
    by Amy Heckerling

  16. 16.
    Old School (Widescreen Unrated Edition)
    by Todd Phillips

  17. 17.
    M*A*S*H (Widescreen Edition)
    by Robert Altman

  18. 18.
    Stripes (Extended Cut)
    by Ivan Reitman

  19. 19.
    Wedding Crashers
    by David Dobkin

  20. 20.
    The Jerk (26th Anniversary Edition)
    by Carl Reiner

  21. 21.
    Shampoo
    by Hal Ashby

  22. 22.
    Beverly Hills Cop (Special Collector's Edition)
    by Martin Brest

  23. 23.
    Big
    by Penny Marshall

  24. 24.
    Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
    by Stephen Herek

  25. 25.
    Meet the Fockers (Widescreen Edition)
    by Jay Roach

  26. 26.
    Wayne's World

  27. 27.
    A Fish Called Wanda

  28. 28.
    Annie Hall
    by Woody Allen

  29. 29.
    Legally Blonde
    by Robert Luketic

  30. 30.
    The 40 Year Old Virgin
    by Judd Apatow

  31. 31.
    The Big Lebowski (Widescreen Collector's Edition)
    by Joel Coen

  32. 32.
    Groundhog Day
    by Harold Ramis

  33. 33.
    Clerks (Collector's Series)
    by Kevin Smith

  34. 34.
    Rushmore
    by Wes Anderson

  35. 35.
    Beetlejuice

  36. 36.
    Good Morning, Vietnam
    by Barry Levinson

  37. 37.
    DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story (Unrated Edition)
    by Rawson Marshall Thurber

  38. 38.
    Best in Show
    by Christopher Guest

  39. 39.
    Mrs. Doubtfire
    by Chris Columbus

  40. 40.
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    by Terry Gilliam

  41. 41.
    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
    by Jay Roach

  42. 42.
    Harold and Maude
    by Hal Ashby

  43. 43.
    What About Bob?
    by Frank Oz

  44. 44.
    Sixteen Candles (High School Reunion Collection)
    by John Hughes

  45. 45.
    Raising Arizona
    by Ethan Coen

  46. 46.
    The Incredibles [Region 2]
    by Brad Bird

  47. 48.
    American Graffiti (Collector's Edition)
    by George Lucas

  48. 49.
    American Pie (Unrated Widescreen Collector's Edition)
    by Paul Weitz

  49. 50.
    The Princess Bride (Special Edition)
    by Rob Reiner

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Untitled — 1 year ago

Considering the awfulness of this list, I’m surprised Billy Madison isn’t on here.


Funniest pot movie — 3 years ago

Half Baked is not even the funniest movie based on marijuana.


Lol Bad List dude Need to replace Movies with others or a bigger list — 4 years ago

W0W dude you put blues brothers on the list but you don’t put fucking beerfest, euro-trip, or N/L chrismas Vacation


List Fixed (Again) — 5 years ago

About once a year someone decides this list sucks (which it does) and takes it out on us all by destroying the list. The latest was a particularly brutal hack job (sort of like putting Meet the Fockers at #25).

The list is back to 100. Please take your comedic vengeance out on Bravo, not on Lists of Bests.

Thanks!


Untitled — 5 years ago

Did someone remove 25 movies off of this list? Or is this site being weird for me?


Worst List Ever! — 5 years ago

List is way too skewed towards more recent (and unfunny) films. Leaving “Some Like it Hot” and “Bringing up Baby” off the list is borderline criminal. Much of what passes for comedy these days is uninspired formula crap!

“Rushmore” and “Dodgeball” don’t belong in the top 500 comedies, much less in the top 50. “Police Academy”, “Half Baked”, Dazed and Confused", “3 Amigos”, and “Anchorman” do not belong on ANY "Best of… lists.

Many of these films are a question of tastes, and there are certainly fans of “Ace Ventura”, “Kingpin”, “Dumb and Dumber”, “Old School”, “Bill and Ted”, and “Legally Blonde” out there – but no one should delude themselves into thinking these movies are comedy classics. They are time-wasters at best. “Napoleon Dynamite” is certainly not to my taste, but I can at least accept that there was something about it that many found original.

There WERE funny films made before 1980, but BRAVO seems to think that their audience is too young to be familiar with any of them. Too bad. There are dozens of truly great original comedies out there that no one will watch, because viewers believed that “Harold and Kumar” and “Clueless” were representative of some of the best of American comedies.

  1. - #4 are top-notch and it’s difficult to argue with any of them. “South Park”, “Ace Ventura”, and “Wedding Singer” belong way way down on the list – if they belong on it at all.

Where’s “Used Cars”, “Ruthless People”, and “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein”?

If “When Harry Met Sally” qualifies, where is “The Philadelphia Story” or “It Happened One Night”? Nothing by Chaplin, Keaton, or Lloyd is better than “The Birdcage” or “40 Year Old Virgin”? Give me a break. Nothing by the Marx Brothers beats “School of Rock”?

This list is totally insulting to anyone who knows anything about movie history. I feel embarrassment for the celebrities who associated themselves with this project. Assuming I was given the chance to oversee the list before getting involved, I wouldn’t have touched it with a ten foot pole!


Wow — 5 years ago

I can’t believe Monty Python is so far down the list and ELECTION is even on the friggin list.


Top Ten Funniest Movies — 6 years ago

Not sure about this one… here’s a more apropiate top ten list I found:

http://www.laety-zine.com/funniest-movies-all-times


Huh? — 6 years ago

Napoleon Dynamite? Gimme a break.



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