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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Why We All Enjoy and Love Some of the Stupidest Movies of All-Time.

Have you ever finished a film and thought to yourself, that was such a dumb yet fun and entertaining film? There are many films that just make us laugh and bring out the goofiness in us. Here are some of the best stupid films of all time. Feel free to share your thoughts with me.

Named by Metacritic as the stupidest movie of all time, this Pauly Shore flick is a classic. As two stoners are stuck in a bio-dome for a year, the two idiots conjure up a ton of laughs in this all-time classic stupid movie.

The Fast and the Furious
This is arguably the highest grossing worst acted film of all time. With a cult following and 5 more films, the F&TF franchise was jump started with this gem of a film with fast cars and hot chicks. With no great plot at hand, the film purely entertains. Paul Walker’s horrible acting earned this spot.

Billy Madison/Happy Gilmore
These have to be on my list for top seen films. In these Adam Sandler classics, Sandler plays everything from a idiot man-child who must repeat grades 1-12 to a pro-golfer who has more anger than people in prison. While both films are beyond stupid, they are two of the funniest movies ever. After thinking about it, I probably quote these two films more than any other I have seen. Thank you Happy Madison Productions.

 Dumb and Dumber
This is one of the top 5 comedies of all-time, while being one of the stupidest movies ever. Who would have thought that having Jim Carrey (Lloyd) and Jeff Daniels (Harry) on a crazy adventure would produce comedic genius? Either way, this movie is hilarious and may just be the king of this category.

Will Ferrell playing a 1970s news Anchorman is a pretty ridiculous premise. But the character, based on Ferrel’s Robert Goulet, is one of the greatest comedic performances of all time. Anchorman created an entire generation of Ferrell lovers and Jazz Flute enthusiast.

Snakes on a Plane
If I told you that there was a film about Samuel L. Jackson playing and FBI agent who must fight off a heard of killer snakes while on a plane you would laugh at me. Unfortunately for studios, audiences laughed at this film; but fortunate for studios, a lot of people came to laugh at this film. One of the biggest cult-classics in the last 20 years, Snakes on a Plane is one we wish they never made but happy they didn’t listen.

I grew up watching this film. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays an ex GI named John Matrix who basically takes on an entire South American army to rescue his daughter. With a ton of guns, awesome actions and cheesy one-liners like “I let him go,” and “He’s dead tired” this Arnold classic is one of the best ever.

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