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Old 06-14-11, 06:28 AM
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Re: The Most Unintentionally Hilarious Scenes in Dramatic Movies

The scene in Schindler's List where the little kid is neck deep in shit.
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The scene in Schindler's List where the little kid is neck deep in shit.
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Old 06-14-11, 08:14 AM
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the only reason it's hammy is because he used the leonard cohen version of "hallelujah"...if he would've used jeff buckley's version it would've been just fine.

Plus the numerous "O-Face" shots and the blast of fire signifying the end of the act.
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The scene where the wolf runs across the street in Collateral and they both just stare at it from the Taxi as an Audioslave song starts playing.
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I watched Memento the other night, and I loved the scene where Dodd was flagging Leonard down with his car by honking and such. They pull over and Leonard is like "What the F??" It cuts to Dodd pulling out a gun and pointing it right at Leonard. When it cuts back to Leonard, there is no reaction, he's already zooming away in his car. Friggin' hysterical! I'm not sure if it was unintentional or not, but it gave me a good laugh.


I always get a kick out of that scene.
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Old 06-16-11, 09:52 AM
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollow Part 1

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Dobby's death scene had me chuckled eveytime I see this scene. I enjoyed the movie but I thought Dobby dying in Harry's arms was poorly done, since he just CGI.
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This scene in Conspiracy Theory always made me laugh. I think it's the way Mel Gibson pitter-patters his little feet when he's rolling the wheel chair. The "He's flying..." line doesn't help either.
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damn..that pit patter is hilarious...great look of the film...never seen it...need to do that one day.
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The scene in "Blown Away" where Lloyd Bridges is decorated like a Christmas Tree with booby traps.
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Some of you are forgetting aout the "unintentionally" part of the op's topic.
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Old 06-16-11, 08:18 PM
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The Klingon bastard line in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.

Also in 12th grade I can remember our French class was watching War and Peace (the 1956 version with Audrey Hepburn). There was a scene where some captives were being marched to their deaths. They were beaten pretty bad and were half starved, and a couple of the actors overdid the acting quite a bit. Most of the class was giggling through the whole scene.

What was even better was our teachers reaction to the laughing. He turned of the movie and turned the lights back on on and then threw the remote control across the room. He started yelling saying people were suffering in the movie and we should be ashamed for laughing at it. Then he kicked everyone out of the class early.
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damn..that pit patter is hilarious...great look of the film...never seen it...need to do that one day.
The Gibson portion is totally one-note, nothing really evolves. It's basically a love story with spy overtones.
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What happened to the middle guy? One minute he was there the next he was gone and the girl has a burn mark on her face. . Were these 2 different scenes put together from different parts of the movie?
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2 different scenes...
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I like a lot of the scenes mentioned here. You guys are mean.
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Teru singing in Tales from Earthsea. It went on about three verses too long.

Especially in the dub.
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Some guy made a compilation on YouTube, the last minute is dedicated to Wicker Man.

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Oh, Delroy Lindo was definitely meant to be funny and he brought it: STOP EATING MY SESAME CAKE!
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Old 06-17-11, 12:46 AM
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Yeah there are quite a few intentionally funny scenes on there too.
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Old 06-29-11, 12:20 PM
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The Fly (1986) may not qualify as a dramatic picture, but it's a serious-toned one, but I always suppress a smile when Brundlefly's ear falls off, and Geena Davis gives another hand-covered "oooh!" I don't know if it's the dumb expression on Brundlefly when the ear falls, or the badly acted "oooh" from Davis, but I find it "kills the mood."
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OMG! I'm so glad I was alone in my office when I watched this. That is AWESOMELY bad!

The one scene that I laughed so hard was in Gone With The Wind. I had never seen it, and The Music Box theater was showing a new print of it. I think it was in 1993 or something like that. I went with my college buddies, who all loved it, and when Bonnie Blue rode her pony (after my favorite line "I want my PONY!") into the fence. I know it's supposed to be tragic but I laughed out loud. Everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, in the theater glared at me. I still laugh when I see that scene.
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Old 06-29-11, 02:48 PM
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Brokeback Mountain was a great movie, but I remember cracking up at the one line Michelle Williams gives. And she is a goddess in my eyes.
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In Battle: LA, theres a scene towards the end theres a speech where Aaron Eckards character is giving a big dramatic speech saying "you have a lot of heart, i know you've lost a friend, a brother" with big epic dramatic music, and then he says 'but thats not important anymore.' Everyone at the midnight screening was in stitches laughing almost went a full minute. I still don't know if that was supposed to be serious or a bad attempt at humor
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