Some of the most acclaimed funny movies are classics, including "Some Like it Hot," "Annie Hall" and "Blazing Saddles." Recent comedies that have received acclaim include "Zoolander," "Bridesmaids" and "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy."
Some of the most popular funny movies as of 2015 are "Dumb & Dumber," "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy," "Napoleon Dynamite" and "The Hangover" These movies were very successful and won numerous comedy film awards.
One example of a funny movie quote is, "If I'm not back in five minutes... wait longer!" This quote is from the movie "Ave Ventura: Pet Detective." Another example is, "I'm so rich, I wish I had a dime for every dime I have," from the movie "Arthur."
Some funny movie phrases include "Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue," from Airplane, and "Bless this O Lord, thy hand grenade," from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail." Phrases like these are memorable because they are often the most famous lines from a film.
Some of the funny comedy movies are "Annie Hall," "Blazing Saddles," and "Duck Soup." These films were created by Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and the Marx Brothers, respectively, all of whom are well-known for their comedy movies.
As of 2015, the 2007 Michael Haneke film "Funny Games" is available to watch online on Google Play, VUDU and Amazon Instant Video. The online streaming sites offer the film for rent for $2.99 or more, with the option to purchase a digital copy.
Some free full movie sites are Hulu, Moving Image Archive and Public Domain Torrents, as of March 2015. Sites that legally offer free movies may play advertisements during the movie or only host movies that are in the public domain.
As of 2015, a good location to find free and funny images is the Daily Ha Ha site. The site contains pictures and is updated with new content daily.
Hulu and Crackle host free, full movies online. These are available through a computer browser and have a variety of movie categories for users to browse and search through, such as action, horror and comedy.
At any time, there are thousands of free movies on YouTube, although typically they fall outside of the Hollywood norm. Notable movies available as of July 2015 include Orson Welles' "The Stranger" and Alfred Hitchcock's silent classics such as "The Ring."