Sunday, January 27, 2013
Tip#625: Rude, Crude & Hilarious Movies – Top 5 Movies
There is the just released new comedy I have yet to see called Movie 43 and it is being promoted as one of the most shocking, original and dangerous comedies ever made. It includes many big stars like Halle Berry, Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone and Richard Gere. Here is the uncensored red-band trailer (WARNING, swearing and nudity!): Click here
For now here is a list of my top 5 rude, crude and hilarious movies!
Bridesmaids - Unrated (2011)
This comedy stars Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph and has some over the top scenes! There’s one where all the bridesmaids and bride eat at a Brazilian steak restaurant, get food poisoning and later try on dresses at a bridal shop. What happens next is shockingly funny!
The Dictator - BANNED & UNRATED Version (2012)
I almost included Sascha Baron Cohen’s other film Borat on this list but would rather include The Dictator because it seems to get funnier each time I see it. It is just jam-packed full of hilarious ad-libbed lines and crazy scenes. One scene was simply about the dictator trying to come up with a fake name in a restaurant by using words from the signs on the wall. You just have to see it!
Horrible Bosses – Totally Inappropriate Edition (2011]
A big part of why this film is funny is seeing actors Colin Farrell and Jennifer Aniston do and say things so dirty and so wrong! Aniston plays a dentist sexually harassing her assistant and is so fun and shocking at the same time! At the end credits they show bloopers so keep watching for more laughs.
Knocked Up - Unrated and Unprotected (2007)
This comedy stars Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd who have been in a number of comedies built on the benefits of ad-libbed scenes. This film is packed with so many movie references and F-bombs that repeat viewings would be in order. The film is both funny and insightful about dealing with unexpected changes in life.
Ted - Unrated (2012)
If you love the TV series The Family Guy then you will love creator Seth MacFarlane’s movie debut about a teddy bear that comes to life and becomes a dirty, vulgar bear. This film is absolutely packed full of 80’s pop culture references and, like many of the movies listed, have a heartfelt message.
So if you are entertained by comedies filled with swearing and politically incorrect humor then you’ll enjoy these movie recommendations! Are these movies motivational? Well if they make you laugh and feel good then yes. A good belly laugh is good for the soul! Laughter reduces blood pressure and stress hormones. It improves alertness, creativity and memory. So have a great, big laugh today!
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