Movies That Keep Getting Funnier
Sometimes it takes a couple viewings to figure out that a movie is hilarious. These are those sometimes.
Scenes that got funnier: The “you need more flair” scene; the “virus handoff” scene; and everything involving the two Bobs.
Quotes you missed the first time: “It’s a ‘Jump to Conclusions’ mat!”; “What am I gonna do with 40 subscriptions to Vibe?”; “The ratio of people to cake is too big.”
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Scenes that got funnier: Instead of focusing on Spicoli, pay attention to Damone (the greatest character of all time); Spicoli’s car crash scene; the redheaded twins’ fish order.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Do you have any food here that’s not fried?”; “Where’d you get that jacket?”; “My dad’s a television repairman, he’s got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it!”; “What are you people…on dope?”
Scenes that got funnier: The angry older woman who throws Pootie’s big wheel out the window while screaming his name; the milk saucer scene; Pootie’s Lecter Corp. commercials.
Quotes you missed the first time: “You can’t hurt a ho with a belt…they like that crap”; “Sa Da Ta my ass!”; “Not girls. Grown-ass women.”
Scenes that got funnier: The gay delivery guy scene; the video game hockey scene; the scene in the diner after Mike gets Heather Graham’s number.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Is he brown? Is he clean? Ask him to take off his shoes if he comes in”; “Will you practice when I’m not here?”; “Fine, I’ll ask her. Ma’am? Do you know where the high school girls hang out around here?”
Evil Dead 2
Scenes that got funnier: The blood spraying scene; the laughing room scene; the headless chain saw scene.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Gimme back my hand!”; “Who’s laughing now?”; “Old double-barrel here”; “Groovy”; “Swallow this.”
Me, Myself & Irene
Scenes that got funnier: The after-sex pissing scene; his son’s science discussion; the nose-whistling scene.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Price check on Vagiclean, aisle five. I repeat: Price check on Vagiclean, aisle five. That’s Vagiclean”; “Then what’s this motherfuckin’ electron doing over here?”; “Motherfucker, I can speak it, I ain’t saying I can read the crap all that good”; “Why does my butt hurt?”
Scenes that got funnier: Jeff’s mom getting ejaculated on. Plus, J.P.’s robot voice bit gets less annoying on repeat viewings.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Dude, your bed is a car”; “Yeah, but it’s a fucking sweet car”; “I should have worn a condom.”
Scenes that got funnier: The opening scene with the stoners and the syrup-drinking contest.
Quotes you missed the first time: “It stinks like sex in here”; “How about I punch-a-size your face, for free!”
Wet Hot American Summer
Scenes that got funnier: Christopher Meloni humping a refrigerator.
Quotes you missed the first time:“Before we start, I’d just like to say the campers you’re about to see suck dick! But nevertheless, please welcome them”; “In your dreams, douche bag!”; “Douche bags are hygienic products, I take that as a compliment. Thank you.”
Scenes that got funnier: The first trip to the doctor; the monster truck fight at the end.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Screw you, I’m eating”; “Ow, my balls!”; “It has what plants crave.”
Dude, Where’s My Car?
Scenes that got funnier: The tattoo scene, every appearance of Christie Boner.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Wow, I said brown”; “We will now use the power of the Continuum Transfunctioner to banish you to Hoboken, New Jersey.”
The Big Lebowski
Scenes that got funnier: The “Who’s got a million fucking dollars in their fucking car? And whadda they got? My dirty undies” scene; the uncomfortable “Maude Lebowski–Knox Harrington” scene; and the “cuss words” scene.
Quotes you missed the first time: “I myself once dabbled in pacifism…not in ‘Nam of course”; “Just me and Charlie, eyeball to eyeball. That’s fuckin’ combat”; “The royal ‘we!’ You know, the editorial…”; “Jackie Treehorn treats objects like women, Man!”
Scenes that got funnier: The “Little Banana Scene”; Dignan’s notebook scene; and the Mr. Henry playing the piano scene.
Quotes you missed the first time: “I’m not always as confident as I look”; “Well, welcome, Bob, got a beautiful house”; “You know there’s nothing to steal from my mom and Craig”; “What!? She said you’re a failure? What has she ever accomplished with her life that’s so great, man. Nothing!”
Scenes that got funnier: The “Gimme the bat, Wendy” scene; the bartender scene; and any time an over-the-top Jack tells his annoying wife off.
Quotes you missed the first time: “God, I’d give anything for a drink. I’d give my goddamn soul for just a glass of beer!”; “I like ya, Lloyd… Best goddamn bartender from Timbuktu to Portland, Maine—or Portland, Oregon, for that matter”; “You’ve had your whole fucking life to think things over. What good’s a few minutes more gonna do you now?”
Scenes that got funnier: The killing Paul Allen scene; the bathroom scene when the gay guy comes onto him; the scene with two hookers; the business card scene.
Quotes you missed the first time: “Oh, Africa, brave Africa. It was…a laugh riot”; “I’m a child of divorce, give me a break”; “I have to return some videotapes.”