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Remember when 90's comedies were so bad they put blooper reels at the end?

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  1. Drain Bamage Banned Banned

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    Just so there'd be something funny but it was obvious the "bloopers" were intentional. Like it'd show the actor keep messing up his lines and laughing and all the crew and other actors would start cracking up. That shit doesn't really happen on film sets lol time is money when it comes to Hollywood filmmaking and you have 50 crew + actors all getting paid for being on set nobody is laughing about such and such actor who keeps messing up his lines...
     
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    It's funny when actors screw up but not any of the crew apparently.
     
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    That was his best performance!
     
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    90’s comedies were funnier than most everything of the last 20 years. They just thought there should be even more funny. Every decade has their own way of doing credits. 90’s were big on scenes, pictures or whatever visual content throughout the credits. 00’s were big on abrupt cut to credits or a big climactic song/montage morphing into end credits.
     
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    TS once again living up to his name.
     
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    I want to watch The Cannonball Run.
     
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    There is nothing like watching Jackie Chan almost die in the end of a movie.

     
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    ^This.

    Also, I wish they brought back Predator end credits for action movies.


    Among many things they messed up, those Expendables movies should've definitely done this.
     
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    Police Squad must have been one of the first shows to keep the funny going during the credit roll.

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    False. 00-09 was waaaaaay better
     
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  12. Kingz Gold Belt

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    I disagree

    The Farrelly Brothers top 3 of the 90’s alone mops just about anything from that decade. It was Adam Sandler’s good decade. Jim Carreys good decade. You had the good American Pie’s and good teen comedy scene. Prime Mike Myers. The Eddie Murphy’s and Steve Martins still going strong. Farley. There’s obviously some heavyweights in the 00’s and it was a good decade for Ben Stiller and Will Ferrell..I’m not saying it was shit but the 90’s was way deeper.

    edit: American Pie 2 was 2001. Still though
     
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    Did those movies have blooper credits?
     
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    The Farrelly brothers movies? No, they had song and dance except dumb and dumber I think.
     
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    Then you see might how I would think what you contributed to this thread is irrelevant.
     
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    Ok then...Liar Liar had bloopers and it was better than most everything in the succeeding decades
     
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    Rush Hour 2 had bloopers and it was pretty damn funny. (Half the bloopers were Jackie Chan nearly getting hurt though)

    Actually, I think all the Rush hour movies did it, and the only one that wasn’t that funny was part 3.
     
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    It's a good slapstick physical comedy but it doesn't have the depth of something like Sorry to Bother You
     
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    That's a Jackie Chan movie thing because of his stuntwork, I view those as being a little different because it shows people that dont already know that Chan is doing his own stunt work. It adds a whole new depth of appreciation for his performances when you know that its not some typical stunt double stuff.
     
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    Me and the partner just watched an Elvira film.

    Dumb fucking movie, but it got quite a few chuckles out of us...
     

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