You ever burst out laughing in a theater or at home and get nothing but cold stares back? These are often funnier than the intentional ones. If you think of any that applies from anywhere post it or link it here.
The link for the #1 funnest unintended laugh in a movie (imo) was killed by Fox off youtube, no doubt because of all the abuse and I found only one other link for it-but you know what-it works in any language:
This scene/movie is also classic starting at around 0.38 to 1.10 [try to ignore the commentators trying to be funny] I laughed my ass off until I remembered I paid too see it:
Originally Posted by borg9
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When I was doing a summer job, they had me shredding old papers for like 2 days. Luckily I had my trusty iPod that happened to have stand up comedy on it. A couple times I couldn't contain the laughing and the people in the office just stared at me. Quite a site seeing someone cracking up shredding papers lol
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Originally Posted by BaLLiN72
i wish NFLDC had something like "wall to wall" where we could see Brodeur and Job's conversations.
(I'm at work and can't see the YouTube posts - so if I'm stating the obvious, forgive me.) I think it's human nature to laugh at someone when the fall. Of course if they hurt themselves, the story quickly changes, but i must admit, I've laughed at more then one person as the stumble and trip for no apparent reason. Also, skateboard and bike accidents give me a good initial chuckle.
I used to always take my MP3 player to work and on the bus. I would listen to Smodcast all of the time and then stand up comedy much like the decider. I laughed so many times and would also get looked at like I was insane. I usually am not one to laugh in public but Kevin Smith, Scott Mosier, David Cross, George Carlin, Lewis Black, and Doug Stanhope are just so ******* funny to me. I would always try to play it off as a cough but it never worked.
And Nick Cage out-running everybody in The Wicker Man, which I couldn't find on youtube.
lol. yes. Wicker Man was one of the worst and funniest movies I've ever tried to watch. Goes for almost any Nick Cage movie besides Raising Arizona.
Adaptation, Leaving Las Vegas, Matchstick Men, 8mm, and hopefully the new Bad Lieutenant all feature incredible performances by Cage. There was a time not to long ago when he actually acted in good films and did so very well. I say it a lot but his performance in Leaving Las Vegas is in my top 5 all time.
I find Michael Bay movies to be unintentionally funny and have laughed many times in theaters while watching really ****** movies that some people actually seem to like.