List of Funniest Movies of All Times
There is an extensive list of funniest movies of all times. These movies make us laugh, roll over and have our tummies ache. However, some of these films leave a mark on our lives. These hilarious artistic performances keep ruling the world of cinematics. Let us look at the top five such funny movies that leave a remarkable impact on us.
Five Funniest Movies of All Times
Here is our list of the five funniest movies of all times.
- Blazing Saddles
The Blazing Saddles is considered one of the funniest movies of all times. It is the story of a white town that gets a black sheriff to protect its people. It takes time for the black sheriff, Bart (Cleavon Little) to settle down. The story gets interesting when the black sheriff introduces the railroad workers to the community. The black sheriff does complete his task of freeing the town from the thugs in a funny way. A must watch film in a time when every other movie claims to be original but falls into the trap of copying others.
Animal House perfectly paints the picture of the kids growing in the 1960s. It takes into account even minor slapstick opportunities to make the most of them. The wicked conspiratorial expressions exhibit the mark of a genius comedian at work. The story revolves around Kent Dorfman and Lawrence Kroger who are eager to join a fraternity. The humor gets to the next level when the college drama unfolds with the double secret probation.
The Airplane movie is a classic example of a film that cocktails different visual gags, cut-away scenes, and comedies to make something special. It is the story of an ex-fighter pilot with a funny drinking problem. His girlfriend, who is now a flight attendant, leaves him to board a plane. To win her back, he also buys a ticket to that plane. Due to some food poisoning, the pilot can no longer fly it. The plane is to be handed over to an inflatable autopilot, who can take the aircraft to its destination but cannot land it.
The Young Frankenstein is a story about a lecturing physician who inherits his evil grandfather’s wealth and laboratory. He starts conducting those experiments that his grandfather left incomplete. One of those experiments is bringing the dead back to life. In a bid to wake up a dead person, Dr. Frederick Frankenstein instead uses an abnormal brain. Among many interesting characters is the one-eyed Inspector Kemp. He is wary about the experiments of Dr. Frederick Frankenstein.
The Hangover is a 2009 movie about a group of friends who plan a bachelor’s party in Vegas. However, things go South when they all have drinks with some drug mixed in it. The next day they all wake up in a pretty bad shape. One of their friends Doug is missing. They spend the entire night doing pretty messed up things. One of the grossest things they do is steal Mike Tyson’s tiger from his home. Once they get back to their senses and start checking their pockets, they only come to know the mess they have created in just one night. The movie ends with the famous adage “What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas.” The Hangover remains as one of the best movies of all times.