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Showing posts with label funny movie. Show all posts
Showing posts with label funny movie. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

#AtoZ : U for Universe

Did you hear the news? Our space program has discovered a planet just like ours and only 500 light years away. I wonder if this planet has intelligent life. I figure the good Lord must have put something of intelligence on another planet because we sure wouldn't want the survival of all life to depend on humans. 

The President in His Royal Limo
Speaking of intelligent humans, have you seen the satirical movie Idiocracy? Luke Wilson plays the most intelligent person in the world when he time travels to a future society where only dumb people have reproduced and as a result, the populace is filled with those of substandard IQs.

Scary stuff, but looking at the stats, we just may be headed that way while geniuses work on their PhDs with no time to be fruitful and multiply.

To further prove my point, "the person may be smart, but people are dumb," here are the latest thoughts of the highly intelligent.

I fear for the future!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

#AtoZ: Letter R - Rat Race

One of my favorite, funny movies is Rat Race
I dare you to watch this scene without laughing.

How about this scene?

Just a small sampling of the fun in Rat Race. 
Trust me, there are many more great scenes in this hilarious movie.

Also representing letter R is Rachel who got her license and took the car out for the first time. She visited Starbucks where she dropped her car keys in the toilet. Thanks to an automatic flush, the keys disappeared.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

#AtoZ : Good Golly

In case you didn't read enough about my colonoscopy, here's more. First, we drove to the Surgery Center and parked near signs like this:

Which made no sense because patients undergoing procedures aren't allowed to drive. 

Next, I headed to the reception desk where the lady asked me to show ID, as if someone is going to fake being me so they can have a probe stuck up their butt. After a short sleep, all was fine.

Then I came home and watched Helen Hayes in Airport. Classic! Good golly, the world has changed. A lady stows away on an airplane by saying, "My son lost his wallet," while a man kung fu grips a bomb in a brief case onto a plane without screening nor questioning. Next, a pilot argues with the aircraft control, and they listen to him. Plus, a lady cuts in line to ask a question and gets a polite answer from smiling airport staff! Good golly.

Personally, Airport was good, but I like the remake better. Airplane!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Writer's Post on Movies: Rat Race

This week's challenge is to blog about a favorite movie. When it comes to comedy, there is none funnier than Rat Race. This 2001 film contains an all star cast: Whoopi Goldberg, Kathy Bates, Cuba Gooding Jr., Breckin Meyer, Amy Smart, Paul Rodriguez and several other big names. If you don't see a familiar face in Rat Race, you don't watch movies.

Although Rat Race is a remake of the 1963 movie It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, it's even funnier than the original. Multi-millionaire Donald Sinclair (John Cleese) chooses winners from a Vegas slot machine to compete in a race across Nevada to a locker containing a bag with $2,000,000.

Each character has his or her own comedy story which adds to the humor. Here is a clip of Mr. and Mrs. Pear (Jon Lovitz and Kathy Najimy) and kids when they stop at the Barbie museum.

Here's another clip of two brothers Duane Cody (Seth Green) and Blaine Cody (Vince Vieluf) as they find themselves in a bit of trouble on the road. Hysterical but still not their funniest scene in this movie.

And finally, let me share one more short scene with Enrico Pollini (Rowen Atkinson of Mr. Bean fame).

 If you haven't seen Rat Race, go rent it! I dare you not to laugh out loud. You may join the hop by going to