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Old 01-20-2020, 07:54 AM
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What is the silliest scene you've ever seen in a movie?


I've always been a little dismayed that most people seem to strongly dislike my fave Woody Allen movies. For example, I know that most people seem to count Annie Hall and Manhattan among their most favorite. They were fine films - to be sure. But my two faves are Small Time Crooks (2000) and Everyone Says I Love You (1996).

IMO, Small Time Crooks mixes physical and cerebral comedy in the perfect proportion. I have never laughed longer or harder at any scene as I did when they were in the basement and began to drill the tunnel and immediately hit a water main - comedy gold (again, just IMO). Everyone Says I Love You begins with a wonderful song and dance number. I have never seen anything like that in any other W.A. film and I loved it.

Interestingly enough, IMO, Annie Hall also has one of the funniest scenes ever and that is when Alvy and Annie are standing in line at a movie theater and a college teacher who is standing behind Alvy starts to loudly express his opinions on several media related topics. The man seems to be a real boor and he eventually criticizes Marshall McLuhan. Alvy (Woody Allen), then says, "Well, I just happen to have Mr. McLuhan right here" and he walks behind some sign and comes back arm-in-arm with Marshall McLuhan who tells the teacher, "You know nothing of my work. It is beyond me how you ever got a job teaching anything." Woody then breaks the third wall by looking into the camera and wistfully explaiining, "If only life was like that"! That might have been the funniest thing I have ever seen in a movie.

But Everyone Says I Love You also has the silliest scene I've ever seen in just about any film. It comes near the end of the movie where we travel to a contest where everyone dresses up as Groucho Marx and imitates Groucho in any kind of routine they like (usually a song or dance). I couldn't believe that. It was one of the most ridiculous things I've ever seen in a quality film. Or perhaps the reason is that I've never found Groucho funny - just a real pain in the neck.

But how about you? I'd really like to know what you consider to be the silliest scene you've ever seen in an otherwise quality film. I would hope the scene would be completely out of place and there is no good explanation for why it appears in that film. But any reason you have for feeling the scene is silly will do.

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"Son, you got a panty on your head". But it's a good kind of silly.

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Borat scene where he runs naked through the hotel chasing his sidekick.
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Speaking of Woody Allen, when my grandson started playing cello in middle school I asked him if he was going to be in the marching band. He of course had no idea what I was talking about, so I showed him the clip from "Take The Money And Run." We both got a good laugh out of that.
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King Arthur & Co's first visit to the French-held castle in MP&tHG. Even beats out the bridge keeper scene. And the monster rabbit scene. And the constitutional peasants scene. No, wait. That one. That's the silliest one. Help, help, I'm being repressed.

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Wasn't sure if the title meant "intentionally" silly, or "un-". I'd personally find the latter more interesting. Mine would be the Starship Troopers landing on an alien planet to fight the bugs--with tactical equipment hopelessly inadequate to the task, and even inferior to what a modern day 1st world soldier would have available.
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King Arthur & Co's first visit to the French-held castle in MP&tHG. Even beats out the bridge keeper scene. And the monster rabbit scene. And the constitutional peasants scene. No, wait. That one. That's the silliest one. Help, help, I'm being repressed.
Right troupe, wrong film. I don't think movies get any sillier than the end of Life of Brian; a hilltop full of people being crucified and they break into song. Python didn't do punchlines very often, but this one was amazing.
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Right troupe, wrong film. I don't think movies get any sillier than the end of Life of Brian; a hilltop full of people being crucified and they break into song. Python didn't do punchlines very often, but this one was amazing.
My fav from LOB is when the other guy in prison says "they must think the sun shines out of your ass!"
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Well, as long as we're talking about Life Of Brian, the space-alien sequence has to be right up there.

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The silliest scene I can think of is in Rock and Roll High School Forever, where Jessie Davis and his friends do a dance to convince someone that they think the refrigerator she's selling is important to their religion, the First Lithuanian Church of Appliance Worship.
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Borat scene where he runs naked through the hotel chasing his sidekick.
My 80 year old mother laughed so hard at that, she fractured a rib!
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Well, as long as we're talking about Life Of Brian, the space-alien sequence has to be right up there.
That's a great "completely out of place" scene (intentionally so, of course).
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Borat is indeed a special kind of silly.

But since the OP started with Woody Allen, allow me to mention a scene in Deconstructing Harry when Robin Williams comes home from an audition 'out of focus' (as in, he's literally just a blur on the screen). He's understandably bummed, but his kids start mocking him by singing "Daddy's out of focus! Daddy's out of focus!" I found it absurdly hilarious.
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The original Bedazzled movie with Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, co-starring Raquel Welch in her signature role as the personification of Lust, and horse-faced Eleanor Bron as the aspirational girlfriend. The scene in question is near the end of the movie.

Nuns on trampolines. 'Nuf said.
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some of the Pink Panther scenes with Peter Sellers are great and in some cases the other actor , Herbert Lom, is even funnier than Sellers.
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In a movie called "Rad" the hero and heroine perform a bicycle dance so moving that the (in-movie) audience is mesmerized, and no one laughs at all https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV1WCm-n_N4

See a thorough discussion here https://www.cracked.com/blog/the-4-w...d-to-teach-us/

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Borat scene where he runs naked through the hotel chasing his sidekick.
What makes it even funnier is they end up in the middle of some Christian convention.
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For sure it was the glow in the dark condom scene from Skin Deep.

John Ritter as pretty damn funny.
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"The dance of the Oprichniki" in Ivan the Terrible, Part 2.

The Oprichniki were Ivan's goon squad. They wore black monks' habits. They rode black horses. They massacred people in droves. Five centuries after they were disbanded, Russian mothers still invoke their name to frighten naughty children.

Ivan The Terrible is Serious Drama, filmed in black and white. Suddenly, in the middle of the movie, it switches to color, and the Oprichniki do a Busby Berkely-style song-and-dance number. Then it switches back to black and white, and back to Serious Drama.

The Wiki page for the film claims that it is making some deep Artistic Statement. Personally, I think Eisenstein was just flipping the bird to some commissar that was looking over his shoulder.
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I loved the absurd out-of-nowhere drinking game scene in Shanghai Noon. Both Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson seemed to be having the time of their lives.
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If you want to talk Woody Allen, how about Howard Cosell's interview with an assassinated dictator in Bananas?

And a truly inspired piece of silliness in a silly movie. "I speak jive."
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The magazine scene from Bananas.

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I always thought the bicycle scene (Raindrops Keep falling On My head) in Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid was absurdly at odds with the tone of the rest of the movie.

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In Mel Brooks' Hitchcock-spoof, High Anxiety, there's a scene in the mental hospital where Mel and the corrupt administrator (played by Harvey Korman) are doing patient evaluations and come across a man who suffers from unexplained sudden sharp neck pains and hallucinations with werewolves. While Mel's character interviews him, Harvey (who's behind Mel's back) pulls out a rubber band and shoots the patient in the neck triggering the "unexplained" neck pains and then pops a pair of cheap plastic Halloween fangs in his mouth and begins making "scary" hand gestures. The premise of the scene is dumb but it's also hysterically funny the way it plays out.
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The scene in Sideways when Miles and Jack go back to the house where Jack leaves his wallet. Jack convinces Miles to go into the house and retrieve the wallet. Miles gets the wallet but is chased by the naked husband of the wife that Jack had slept with out to the car.
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Val Kilmer and Lucy Gutteridge are recounting some of the movie's backstory.
"It all sounds like some bad movie."
A moment of awkward silence, and they both glance nervously at the camera.

And then there were the scenes with the cow.

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The silliest scene in a movie full of silly moments, the attack of the German Nihilists in the bowling center's parking lot in the Big Lebowski.
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Val Kilmer and Lucy Gutteridge are recounting some of the movie's backstory.
"It all sounds like some bad movie."
A moment of awkward silence, and they both glance nervously at the camera.

And then there were the scenes with the cow.
...and the Swedish bookstore, where it takes you a couple minutes to figure out what's going on.
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Without doubt, it was Bela Lugosi's death scene in "Plan Nine from Outer Space."

He is seen to wander aimlessly around his front yard, while mourning for his dead wife, with Criswell (I think) providing unintentionally hilarious narration.

Lugosi then wanders off to the right of the screen. A scream is heard, followed by the sound of car brakes. We then cut to his funeral.
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I don't think movies get any sillier than the end of Life of Brian; a hilltop full of people being crucified and they break into song...
I was floored when the otherwise-fairly-serious Bruce Cockburn closed a concert with this. Of course, he got everyone whistling along...

Anyone who likes silliness enough to even open this thread needs to go watch the original Bedazzled (the above nuns-on-trampolines, Peter Cook as a rock star... and as the devil, ripping the last page out of each Agatha Christie paperback in a crate of books).

And do watch Rat Race.

Too many scenes to list... maybe Mr. Bean and Newwwwman "hauling assss", or Jon Lovitz's rather-Jewish family stopping at the Barbie Museum... well, it turned out to be the Klaus Barbie Museum, and they end up stealing Hitler's staff car.

(in case you're wondering, it's a remake of Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World... with John Cleese in charge, presenting the rules of the race)

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Nothing compares to Barbara Billingsley speaking jive in Airplane!:

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You shoulda bought a squirrel.
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Nothing compares to Barbara Billingsley speaking jive in Airplane!:

"Cut me some slack, Jack! Chump don' want no help, chump don't get da help!"
That scene was pretty silly, but the silliest scenes in that movie were the ones with Johnny.

"Johnny, what can you make of this?"
"This? Why, I can make a hat or a brooch or a pterodactyl..."

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The "Stateroom Scene" in the Marx Brothers' A Night At The Opera.

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The first movie that popped into my head was My Favorite Year (1982).

Particularly the restaurant scene where Peter O’Toole intends to whisk away the ravishing young redhead from beneath her thuggish escort’s very gaze, and enlists the young tv writer played by Mark Linn-Baker to assist him.

The climactic scene, also.
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Wasn't sure if the title meant "intentionally" silly, or "un-". I'd personally find the latter more interesting. Mine would be the Starship Troopers landing on an alien planet to fight the bugs--with tactical equipment hopelessly inadequate to the task, and even inferior to what a modern day 1st world soldier would have available.
Oh if we're doing unintentional comedy, the wig scene in "Valley of the Dolls" is the runaway winner. Two Oscar winning actresses delivering dialogue that drag queens couldn't recite with a straight face.
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Val Kilmer and Lucy Gutteridge are recounting some of the movie's backstory.
"It all sounds like some bad movie."
A moment of awkward silence, and they both glance nervously at the camera.

And then there were the scenes with the cow.
How silly can you get!
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Joan Crawford in 'Torch Song'. An interminable time is spent showing her bored as F, lolling around in her bedroom, looking at the clock, smoking, looking out the window. ENOUGH! you want to yell...of course, her ridiculous 'blackface' dance number, where she takes off her wig at the end revealing carrot orange hair, that makes up for it.
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I offer the closing scenes of Lisztomania where Franz Liszt and his girl backup singers attack Richard Wagner's Nazi Frankenstein in a pipe organ/fighter jet.

I've honestly never seen anything top it for sheer lunacy.
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The final scene in Blazing Saddles.
I came here to vote for the fart scene from that movie. The final scene is over the top silly, yes.
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The poker game from the W.C. Fields movie Mississippi (1935).

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This scene from the opening of The Lost World: Jurassic Park where it cuts to the implied mauling of a young girl by dinosaurs to a shot of Jeff Goldblum yawning in front of a beach setting. The way it cuts is suppose to make you at first think the horrifying scene the mother is screaming at is seeing Goldblum yawning, it's such a bizarre edit in a relatively serious film especially so early on, when I saw the movie on opening night in a packed theater everybody immediately laughed.
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I came here to vote for the fart scene from that movie. The final scene is over the top silly, yes.
Definitely breaking through the third wall.
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Intentionally silly: The teenage sex scene in Scary Movie ("That's very '70s!" followed by "the gusher.")

Unintentionally silly: The mandatory sex scene between Sidney Poitier and Persis Khambatta in The Willoughby Conspiracy.

The latter was meant to be really hot, but I laughed at it just as hard as I did for the former.
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In The Blues Brothers, the scene of the bluesmobile malfunction and Jake trying to wipe the windshield clean from the outside and peering in at the camera. YMMV.

Well, OP sez “silliest.” How about this scene of Kirk Douglas singing in Spanish? It’s from “The Last Sunset” (safe for work, but your coworkers may never look at you the same again). Hilariously strange.
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I offer the closing scenes of Lisztomania where Franz Liszt and his girl backup singers attack Richard Wagner's Nazi Frankenstein in a pipe organ/fighter jet.

I've honestly never seen anything top it for sheer lunacy.
Most of Ken Russell's Tommy, but the most absurd image was Sally Simpson's "rock musician."
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In the W. C. Fields vehicle Million Dollar Legs Fields sends his diplomat on an errand, and, to hide his identity, gives him a goat's head mask to wear. The diplomat takes off at ludicrous speed and outruns a train. It's practically absurdist humor.

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From The Cable Guy. Gets me every time. The whole scene is great.

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