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  • what happened was that we all knew that was gonna be big news for a while.

  • So we all came down here.

  • Bush, Clinton, Wilson, all of us.

  • We got our pictures taken, told you what you wanted to hear, and way pretty much forgot about it.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 criminally underrated comedy movies of all time.

  • Dewey Cox needs to think about his entire life before he plays.

  • Yes, you're like Yoda.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • This'll feels weird.

  • Are you?

  • Are you sure this legal?

  • I don't know.

  • It's fun, though, Is it?

  • For this list will be looking at comedy films that tend not to get the attention they richly deserve.

  • Which hilarious film needs more love?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10.

  • They came together.

  • Well, it's kind of a corny, romantic comedy kind of story.

  • That's true.

  • That is true.

  • Reuniting the director and some of the cast from wet hot American Summer They Came Together suffered a similar fate of mostly being overlooked.

  • Paul Red and Amy Poehler star in a love story for the Ages, although this movie is more interested in poking fun at romantic comedies than being one Joel.

  • Wait.

  • Mm yeah, I might have judged you too harshly at the party.

  • I know this sounds crazy, but would you like to have a me?

  • A Coffee with Cup?

  • Despite being a bit all over the place, they came together, is witty and features an absolutely stacked cast.

  • There was another character that was just a important as the two of us.

  • New York City.

  • Mm.

  • So New York City is like another character.

  • Lava leads air.

  • Tremendous.

  • Some of the movies biggest laughs come courtesy of supporting characters like Christopher Maloney's Roland and Ed Helms.

  • Egbert Onley.

  • Thing I can guess is somebody else must have gone into the bathroom, put my costume on shit in it and left it there.

  • That is the only logical explanation.

  • Number nine Kingpin.

  • Come on, boy.

  • Full.

  • The name's not boy, it's Roy, sandwiched between Dumb and Dumber.

  • And there's something about Mary.

  • Kingpin is very much a must watch fairly brothers flick, even if it's not always treated as such.

  • Desperate for a big payday, a former bowler takes a naive Amish guy under his wing, but their journey to Reno proves to be anything but simple Things feels weird.

  • Yeah.

  • Are you sure this is illegal?

  • I don't know.

  • It's fun, though, isn't it?

  • While a touch on the long side kingpin is still one hell of a ride and features an especially memorable performance by Bill Murray in the last 17 years that they hadn't gone by, that I haven't thought about what I'd say to you if I ever ran into you.

  • Uh huh.

  • I bet.

  • Hello.

  • Irreverent, mean spirited, oddly touching and stupidly funny.

  • Kingpin throws out a surprising amount of curveballs and hits way more strikes than gutter balls.

  • Number eight Tucker and Dale vs Evil Oh, Howdy, Ho, Officer.

  • We've had a doozy of a day.

  • There we were, minding our own business, just doing some chores around the house when kids started killing themselves all over my property.

  • Now, this is a doozy of a film turning all of the slasher conventions on their heads.

  • Tucker and Dale vs Evil follows two hillbillies as their plans to renovate their vacation home is interrupted by a group of college students who keep rudely dying all over the property.

  • There we were.

  • Yep.

  • Uh, man in her own business.

  • Yep, Becky's improvements to my new house, the new house when all of a sudden, out of nowhere, these kids started killing themselves all over my property.

  • Tucker and Dale vs Evil is a comedy horror that prioritizes laughs over frights, although the film does manage to sneak in a few genuine scares among its many laugh out loud moments, whether it's Halloween or just a random day in the spring, Tucker and Dale vs Evil always hits the spot.

  • All right, I'm gonna do it right now.

  • All right, hold on.

  • Hello?

  • All right, Now, whatever you say, just smile and laugh.

  • That shows confidence.

  • Smiling left.

  • Okay, do it for our number seven Top secret.

  • Not remember, Nick.

  • This is the first time rock music has ever been allowed in this country.

  • So you're not just a performer.

  • You're an ambassador representing America from the same minds responsible for Airplane and the Naked Gun.

  • Siri's top secret is by no means a lesser film in the Zucker Brothers or Jim Abrams filmography.

  • Ease starring a charismatic Val Kilmer as an Elvis Presley type rock star who ends up fighting in the resistance in East Germany.

  • Top secret throws out one silly joke after another, with a ridiculous number of them landing eyes.

  • He all right way to call the other day, and he's just a little horse beat an impromptu tic tac toe match or a singing horse.

  • Top Secret spoofs everything under the sun and shows there is no such thing as a punchline that's too wacky.

  • Number six.

  • Death at a Funeral.

  • There's a reason so many comedies boiled down toe awful people being horrible to each other.

  • That formula just works.

  • If there's anything I could do, Sandra, I don't put your hand there, do you?

  • Leaves Much Marks 2000 and seven.

  • Death at a funeral sees brothers, mothers and secret lovers coming together to mourn the death of a family's patriarch, a supposedly sorrowful affair that ends up involving Ah, lot of hallucinogens.

  • What's going on?

  • I don't know.

  • Mhm.

  • A pitch black comedy.

  • This film throws anything resembling common decency out the window and is all the better for it.

  • What the hell is going on?

  • Someone in E knew it when there's a naked man on the roof and a Peter Dinklage in attendance, any event even a funeral can be turned into a farce.

  • Number five Bofinger.

  • At that moment, we and by we I mean me, will be important.

  • Making a movie is pretty difficult, especially when the lead has no idea he's in it.

  • A satire of the movie business that brings together the immeasurable talents of Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy, Bofinger tends to be forgotten in discussions of either comedians.

  • Best works.

  • It's to Serie Will try to make a movie and not a film.

  • Martin is delightful as the sleazy but likable Bofinger, a producer who will use every trick in the book to direct a movie.

  • Murphy also delivers one of his best ever performances, doing double duty as a paranoid Hollywood, a lister and his naive body double.

  • Does that seem a little dangerous?

  • A.

  • No, no way have professional stuntmen doing the driving so you'll be completely safe.

  • Number four l A story A story set in Los Angeles are a dime a dozen, but there's nothing else quite like l.

  • A story.

  • What's this Earthquake?

  • How strong is it?

  • Harris E.

  • Give it a four.

  • Written by and starring Steve Martin L.

  • A.

  • Story chronicles the start of a peculiar but sweet romance between a journalist and a weatherman who happens to have a traffic sign is a wingman showing the realities of Los Angeles while also not ignoring the city's magical alert.

  • The film finds honesty in its absurdity.

  • Hi, my name is Bob.

  • I'll be your Robert.

  • Hi, How are you?

  • Thank you very much.

  • L.

  • A story presents surreal gags and outlandish scenarios as matter of fact, Lee, as it's quieter moments, allowing them to coexist in perfect harmony.

  • I should warn you that what I'm old and it might take a little while.

  • Oh my God, I'm the other day Number three Real life.

  • Only six of these cameras were ever made.

  • Only five of them ever worked.

  • We had four of those.

  • What's more interesting than reality?

  • Riel Life's Albert Brooks wants to film something truly authentic and begins a project to document the daily lives of a typical American family.

  • For an entire year, the Felton's lived in Wisconsin, the Yeager's lived in Arizona.

  • You spend the winter in Wisconsin.

  • Naturally, it does not take too long for this experiment to go off the rails, a parody of documentaries and co written and directed by Brooks.

  • Real Life takes plenty of subtle and not so subtle jabs at the film industry in general publicity.

  • This is a trucker, driver and a trucker, okay, and there's a few other people.

  • They're not here right now.

  • Now, of course, thanks to modern technology, these people really are needed.

  • But the union makes us take him.

  • So, folks, we'll see if the premier, while quite loose on plot real life, makes up for it.

  • With plenty of memorable sequences and an unflinching commitment to seeing its premise through to the bitter end, I never thought I'd say this.

  • The studio is right.

  • The audience loves fake.

  • They crave fake number two Waiting for Guffman generally Christopher Guest and Eugene Levy's collaborations air a safe bet when it comes to high quality ensemble comedies.

  • Where I'm having a problem is, sometimes the horse comes out and I can't get past the Cow.

  • The first of many great showcases of the duo's talent from documentaries Waiting for Guffman focuses in a small town staging a theater show that might attract attention from a New York bigwig.

  • The Oppenheimer organization is delighted to inform you that it will be sending a representative Mr Morton Guffman to view the production and enlighten us with his comments.

  • Be it the slightly delusional Albertsons, the ambitious director, quirky or the scientific UFO expert Waiting for Guffman fills Blaine with colorful characters that never lose their humanity despite their quirks.

  • Witty, charming and intelligent, Waiting for Guffman is improvisational comedy at its best.

  • Bring bartering for ring for boring boring.

  • Before we unveil our number one pick, here are a few honorable mentions Black Dynamite because the blaxploitation genre was seldom this funny.

  • Freeze turkeys dirty work.

  • Because if you like Norm McDonald's brand of comedy, this film is a must watch.

  • It smells like fish in here.

  • What is that?

  • What was that some sort of signal?

  • Uh, is that a signal?

  • You wearing a wire?

  • No, it really does smell like fish in here, Jeff, because we're doll is a treasure.

  • And when the film hits, it hits hard theme man who knew too little?

  • Because Bill Murray as an accidental spy is a solid enough concept for a few laughs.

  • You wanna tell me what you think you were doing, sir?

  • Well, back in the straightaway, 95.

  • I could have gone faster, but I lost you.

  • What about Bob?

  • Because Frank Oz, Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss are a recipe for hilarity.

  • Leo.

  • I see salt and pepper is their assault substitute.

  • I'll get before we continue.

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  • Number one.

  • Walk Hard.

  • The Dewey Cox Story Mr Cox, You don't have to give him a moment, son.

  • Dewey Cox needs to think about his entire life before he plays Ah, flop at the box office that went on to become a cult hit.

  • Walk Hard.

  • The Dewey Cox Story is an endlessly quotable parody of music biopics that also has a fantastic soundtrack in my dreams, You're blowing me some kisses.

  • When the wrong kid dies, do he sets out to live Life twice is hard becoming a famous musician in the process, covering multiple decades and containing practically a gag.

  • A second same hey needs more blankets and he needs less blankets.

  • I'm afraid you're right.

  • Walk Hard is an ambitious tribute to the music business that masterfully blend sincerity with goofiness.

  • Don't leave me, Edith.

  • Don't Leave me, Edith.

  • There's a title for a song that's not a bad How many comedies conclusion to feature cameos by both Elvis and the Beatles?

  • That was freaking transcendental.

  • Paul McCartney, Don't you agree?

  • John Lennon?

  • Yes, Duty Cokes with meditation.

  • There's no limit to what we can imagine.

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