Top 15 Funny Films

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Season 3 – List 2 – March 2021

Top 15 Funny Films

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My thanks to the following readers for contributing and casting their votes and selections …
Carol Anne of Therapy BitsAngie of King Ben’s Grandma
Gary of Bereaved Single DadSuzanne of Ellie894
Ian Kay of Moon Is RisingChris Hall of Luna’s on Line
Sadje of Keep it AliveMelanie of Sparks from a combustible mind
Paula of Light Motifs IIKristian – Tales of the mind of Kristian
Trisha of Learning LifeJanis of The Momshie Diaries
Kritika of Undressed ThoughtsNick of Sandmanjazz
Fandango of This, That and The OtherStephen Blyse Writes
Eugenia of Eugi’s Causerie IRibana of Popsicle Society
Ami of Undercover SuperheroA Guy Called Bloke
Not an easy list to compile – we had a total of 74 film titles, alas – there can be only 15 and the titles chosen each had 5 and 4 votes a piece making them the clearer winners , although many had only 3 votes – so perhaps those be viewed another time.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail – 1975 – 5 Votes
A comedic send-up of the grim circumstances of the Middle Ages as told through the story of King Arthur and framed by a modern-day murder investigation. When the mythical king of the Britons leads his knights on a quest for the Holy Grail, they face a wide array of horrors, including a persistent Black Knight, a three-headed giant, a cadre of shrubbery-challenged knights, the perilous Castle Anthrax, a killer rabbit, a house of virgins, and a handful of rude Frenchmen.
Monty Python’s Life of Brian – 1979 – 4 Votes
A young man, Brian, who was born one stable down and on the same night as Jesus, becomes intrigued by a young rebel, Judith. To try and impress her, Brian joins the independence movement against the Romans, the People’s Front of Judea. However, in an attempt to hide from the Romans, he relays some of the teachings he heard from Jesus, which ends up spurring a crowd to believe he is the Messiah. While trying to get rid of his followers and reunite with Judith, he embarks on several misadventures.
Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life – 1983 – 4 Votes
The stages of life are told through multiple sketches and songs by the British comedy troupe. The seven parts of life cover birth, growing up, war, middle age, organ transplants, old age and death. Not all stages are singular: “Part I: The Miracle of Birth” is from the perspective of an ignored woman in labor, and of a Roman Catholic couple with too many children, and “Part VII: Death” encompasses a funeral and heaven. Added are three unrelated skits placed in the beginning, middle and end.
The Birdcage – 1996 – 4 Votes
Armand and Albert have built the perfect life for themselves tending to their gaudy Miami nightclub. But their pastel harmony is shaken when Armand’s son decides to marry Senator Keele’s daughter.
Johnny English – 2003 – 4 Votes
An evil smuggler plans to steal the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. After the country’s top agents are killed, the only remaining hope is Johnny English, a rather unintelligent spy.
Johnny English Reborn – 2011 – 4 Votes
A bumbling British secret agent is sent to fight an international group of assassins and unravel a conspiracy involving the Russian secret police, the CIA and the MI-7 itself.
Johnny English Strikes Again – 2018 – 4 Votes
When a hacker breaks into the government database and exposes the active undercover agents in Britain, Johnny English is hired to catch the culprit.
Kung Fu Panda – 2008 – 4 Votes
When Po the Panda, a kung fu enthusiast, gets selected as the Dragon Warrior, he decides to team up with the Furious Five and destroy the evil forces that threaten the Valley of Peace.
The Pink Panther – 1963 – 4 Votes
A clumsy detective is on the trail of a notorious jewel thief planning to steal a diamond called ‘The Pink Panther’. His hunt leads him to the most unusual suspect.
A Shot in the Dark – 1964 – 4 Votes
When a murder is reported, Maria is suspected, but impressed by her beauty, Inspector Clouseau thinks otherwise. What happens when more murders follow and Maria seems to be the killer each time?
The Return of the Pink Panther – 1975 – 4 Votes
When the famous jewel and national treasure of Lugash, the Pink Panther, is stolen once again, Inspector Clouseau sets off on a mission to nab the notorious thief.
The Pink Panther Strikes Again – 1976 – 4 Votes
Charles Dreyfus is scheming to kill Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau. He threatens to destroy everything if Clouseau is not killed.
Revenge of the Pink Panther – 1978 – 4 Votes
When French drug kingpin Philippe Douvier (Robert Webber) learns that he’s losing the respect of New York mob bosses, he decides to murder Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Peter Sellers) to regain his reputation. After a case of mistaken identity, Clouseau is declared dead, much to the delight of his former boss, Charles Dreyfus (Herbert Lom). When Clouseau reemerges, he teams up with Douvier’s ex-lover, Simone LeGree (Dyan Cannon), to break up the drug trafficking operation.
We’re the Millers – 2013 – 3 Votes
David, a drug dealer, is forced by his boss to smuggle drugs from Mexico. He hires a stripper, a petty thief and a teenage neighbour and forms a fake family to help him smuggle the drugs.
Young Frankenstein – 1974 – 3 Votes
Several years after living down his family reputation, Frankenstein inherits his grandfather’s castle, where he discovers a book full of his granddad’s experiments and starts reworking on them.
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There we go folks – our Top 15 Funny Films
Films with 3 Votes that didn’t make the Top 15
Blues Brothers – 1980Trail of the Pink Panther – 1982Inspector Clouseau – 1968
See No Evil, Hear No Evil – 1989What’s Up Doc – 1972Animal House – 1978
Liar, Liar – 1997There’s Something About Mary – 1998Vegas Vacation – 1997
Penguins of Madagascar – 2014Blazing Saddles – 1974A Fish Called Wanda – 1988

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