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What's your favorite 1980's comedy movie? Back in 1985 I watched a movie for the first time called "The Breakfast Club". Ever since then when I see it on I try to watch it, and yeah, sometimes I get a little burnt out with it, but it's still my favorite movie. Most if not all of us can relate to that movie in some way or another. So, the question again is, what's your favorite 1980's comedy movie, and why?


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Wordsofwit

Mar 4 @ 8:27PM  
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
StraddleMyNose

Mar 4 @ 8:31PM  
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
Now that 1987 movie with Steve Martin and John Candy is fucking halarious!
Wordsofwit

Mar 4 @ 8:51PM  
Steve Martin is perfect as a buttoned down asshole and you can almost smell John Candy's BO over the television.
Wordsofwit

Mar 4 @ 8:59PM  
Runner up would probably be Beetle Juice. The Breakfast Club was a bit too much of a chick flick for me.
StraddleMyNose

Mar 4 @ 9:09PM  
The Breakfast Club was a bit too much of a chick flick for me.
Not sure why you thought it was. I have seen chick flick movies, and I'm not really into those type of movies, and I don't believe The Breakfast Club was a chick flick movie. It has a pretty strong following of people who are mostly in their 30's and 40's today. It's considered a classic today.
FriendlyKitten

Mar 4 @ 9:09PM  
Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Bettlejuice, and All of Me (Steve Martin) OK that was 3 but those are my favorites.
Wordsofwit

Mar 4 @ 9:12PM  
FYI, if anybody is up late on Friday night, around midnight Beetle Juice is showing on the family channel.
StraddleMyNose

Mar 4 @ 9:13PM  
Ferris Bueller's Day Off

That's another good one that came out in 1986.
Wordsofwit

Mar 4 @ 9:18PM  
Not sure why you thought it was.

I just didn't relate to characters and their scene I guess. For relationship comedies, When Harry Met Sally was pretty good.
FriendlyKitten

Mar 4 @ 9:26PM  
When Harry Met Sally was pretty good.
Especially the part where they are setting in the restaurant and Sally starts showing him what a fake orgasm sounds like, and after she is totally done, the old lady at the next table says "I'll have what she's having"

I need to rent that movie again. Thanks!!
StraddleMyNose

Mar 4 @ 9:30PM  
Especially the part where they are setting in the restaurant and Sally starts showing him what a fake orgasm sounds like, and after she is totally done, the old lady at the next table says "I'll have what she's having"
I think that was the best part of the movie
sugarnspice005

Mar 4 @ 9:44PM  
Who you gonna call? GHOSTBUSTERS!

I loved that movie...had the best of the best, Murray and Ackroyd. But, then again, I loved the Blues Brothers too Then there was Beverly Hills Cop.


And yes, I loved the Breakfast Club too...and Sixteen Candles, Stripes, Caddyshack.........


Anyone remember Porky's? Fast Times At Ridgemont High?
bandit892

Mar 4 @ 10:12PM  
I loved Back to School 1986
and Fast Times at Ridgemont High 1982
Sunshine79

Mar 4 @ 10:53PM  
National Lampoons Christmas Vacation 1989, Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo

See No Evil, Hear No Evil 1989, Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder
ThePurpleProphet

Mar 4 @ 11:00PM  
Back to the Future.
StraddleMyNose

Mar 4 @ 11:13PM  
Anyone remember Porky's? Fast Times At Ridgemont High?
and Fast Times at Ridgemont High 1982

National Lampoons Christmas Vacation 1989, Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo
I love these movies!
StraddleMyNose

Mar 4 @ 11:15PM  
Back to the Future
Well, I guess that's somewhat of a comedy. I love it too!
FriendlyKitten

Mar 4 @ 11:15PM  
All of the Porky's movies were great although the first one was the best I think!!
DarkKnightWalking

Mar 4 @ 11:26PM  
Caddyshack...

With...The Gopher
Sunshine79

Mar 4 @ 11:29PM  
Spaceballs

McCumhard

Mar 4 @ 11:42PM  
My 20 yr old daughters favorite movie is Breakfast Club and she wasnt even though of until late 80's lol
dmbchick420

Mar 5 @ 9:45AM  
Back To The Future
dmbchick420

Mar 5 @ 9:47AM  
Oh yeah....Planes, Trains, and Automobiles....I forgot about that movie!!! That movie IS hilarious!! Cracks me up every time I watch it!!! John Candy was such a great comedian.
flavorbuster

Mar 5 @ 10:23AM  
Caveman w/ Shelley Long & Ringo Star when zug zug was there way of saying to fuck & the Dinosaur farting
surv6969

Mar 5 @ 10:28AM  
OMG the memories I might have to rent some movies this weekend.
Caddyshack, Spaceballs, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Airplane, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Strange Brew, Stripes, Police Academy, Blues Brothers.... and then you have the horror and action movies. I guess the 80's were did have a few pretty good movies. Thanks everyone for the rental list.
xquseme

Mar 5 @ 12:41PM  
Don't laugh, but...."Tootsie"! It took lots of guts on Dustin Hoffman's part to play that
role, and the ending is superb. I've seen several interviews lately with Hoffman, and
he's much more the everyday guy than the impression of a snooty Hollywood actor
that I had.

When you say Steve Martin, I think of "Parenthood". The rollercoaster metaphor at
the end is priceless, and the ups and downs of everyday family life are marvelously
portrayed.

"When Harry Met Sally" is another good flick that you can watch over and over, and
see something new each time...
Detach

Mar 5 @ 1:08PM  
I liked Weird Science. But since we are talking about 80's comedies, I thought I would take this time to remind people about the police academy movies. I know some people out there finally repressed that fiasco out of their memory, and I am here to remind you. Tee hee.
Cootiesprayer

Mar 5 @ 5:46PM  
Especially the part where they are setting in the restaurant and Sally starts showing him what a fake orgasm sounds like, and after she is totally done, the old lady at the next table says "I'll have what she's having"

My sentiments exactly! I love that scene, i have this movie on dvd. OH & I suppose 1 kudo.
PinkToeNails

Mar 5 @ 6:51PM  
I guess my favorite movies besides what has been listed already are.....
Adventures in Babysitting.... Elizabeth Shue is in that one
Heart and Souls .. with Robert Downey Jr Elizabeth Shue is in that one too...
Walk like a man ... Howey Mandell was in that one.

I just love those movies...
lunanegra

Mar 8 @ 12:01PM  
Weekend at Bernies, Nat'l Lampoon Vacation, Scrooge'd, Spaceballs, Ghostbusters, Coming to America and Beverly Hills Cop (had to throw some diversity in since I see none amongst the posts).

p.s- Not trying to start a flamewar, that was just an observation. Well,bye.
summayjrways4u

Mar 10 @ 3:41PM  
breakfast club by far is my most favorite 80s movie. close runners up are "big trouble in little china" and "weird science"
summayjrways4u

Mar 10 @ 3:43PM  
breakfast club by far is my most favorite 80s movie. close runners up are "big trouble in little china" and "weird science"
Giondi

Jun 23 @ 7:26AM  
Star Trek the Motion Picture... oh, wait, that was '79...

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.

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