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posted 1/7/2007 2:10:18 PM |
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  StraddleMyNose

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. The the question again is, what's your favorite 1980's comedy movie?

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tlc0766

Jan 7 @ 2:17PM  
who could ever forget Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
Argit01

Jan 7 @ 2:26PM  
Mine would be Porky's, I cried with laughter so much it hurt.
wtxman

Jan 7 @ 2:26PM  
The breakfast club although a very good movie with several future stars in it was not actually a comedy. It is classified in the "Drama" genre. Basically a teenage angst movie. My favorite was "Stir Crazy" 1980, directed by Sidney Poitier. and starred: Gene Wilder, and Richard Pryor. "WE BAD"
Stubbsy

Jan 7 @ 3:27PM  
Ghostbusters!

The breakfast club although a very good movie with several future stars in it was not actually a comedy. It is classified in the "Drama" genre.

Classified by whom? Genre classifications are orthogonal. A film could be classified as drama, comedy, both, or neither. Just for shits and giggles I looked it up on answers.com -- they have The Breakfast Club genres listed as both drama and comedy.

wtxman

Jan 7 @ 3:32PM  
Stubbsy I did not know that. Thanks for the edumacation. What the hell does orthowahtever mean? They did not have that word on my GED test.
wtxman

Jan 7 @ 3:39PM  
Stubbbsy was right I also looked it up the same place he did, then several other places. One place says one thing and another place says something else. Who does classify the movies respective genres'? Strad you make it very hard for us your friends and fans. In most of your blogs we have to make one choice over another. Why can't we have it all Bro?
DickSlippery

Jan 7 @ 3:51PM  
Hands down...Batchelor Party! Adrian Zmed's best work since T.J.Hooker!

DS
Dominus

Jan 7 @ 4:27PM  
Lair of the White Worm
StraddleMyNose

Jan 7 @ 4:47PM  
Hmmm...never heard of that one before
Stubbsy

Jan 7 @ 4:55PM  
What the hell does orthowahtever mean?

Independent, unrelated. Probably not the best word to use in this context. Generally it's used in that capacity in the realm of software development, where I dabble or used to dabble. Don't have time for it so much any more.

Lair of the White Worm

Was that the eighties? I guess it was. I remember renting it with a friend one night, mostly because of the evil looking scantily clad woman on the cover.

willingtoplease

Jan 7 @ 4:58PM  
Thats an easy one.... The Goonies, one of the best movies ever. It should have won an oscar LOL!!!!
belle1010

Jan 7 @ 5:32PM  
I love The Breakfast Club, it's one of my favorite movies, another one I like is Sixteen Candles. I've watched The Breakfast Club so many times i can quote lines, lol.
StraddleMyNose

Jan 7 @ 5:52PM  
Sixteen Candles was a very good movie in 1984. Still lives on today on cable like The Breakfast Club.
cabl_guy

Jan 7 @ 7:08PM  
Cheech & Chong's Still Smokin


And, The Breakfast Club was good as well.
hopon

Jan 7 @ 10:51PM  
Risky Business...... or how about Ferris Bueller????!!! Thanks for the memories!!
JJN4Fun

Jan 8 @ 12:08AM  
Oh come on people - Beverly Hills Cop! "Foul mouthed? Fuck you!" I just love that line!
bandengor

Jan 8 @ 7:17AM  
One of my favorite was Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Mymastersslave

Jan 8 @ 1:57PM  
Girls just want to have fun.... (Sarah Jessica Parker)
Sunshine79

Jan 8 @ 10:51PM  
OOoooo, OOOOoo, OOOoooo....Spaceballs with John Candy, Mel Brooks and 9-5 with Dolly Parton and Lily Tomlin, those are my favorites...I could watch them over and over and over again!

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