Comedy, moreso than any other genre, is so varied from person to person. In the same way it's hard to find a horror that will scare you after you know the secret, it's almost impossible to find a comedy that will make you laugh after you know the punchlines. What tops your list? These 5 make me laugh hysterically even though I've seen them 100 times:
I have to give an honorable mention, also, to EuroTrip just for the song "Scotty Doesn't Know". Funniest running gag in a movie ever. Also my favorite screen time for Matt Damon ever! "I did her on his biiiirthdaaaaay..."
"Humoresque (1946) Wealthy socialite, Joan Crawford, falls for poor, young, violinist, John Garfield. Isaac Stern's beautiful playing, Oscar Levant's wonderful turn as Garfield's lifetime buddy and fellow artiste, classic 40s black…"
"Regarding the German accent: Karlheinz Böhm, who plays Mark Lewis, was Austrian (he just passed away this May). He was the son of the famous conductor Karl Böhm. Sounds a bit like Peter Lorre, doesn't he? "
"Well, if the theme you first mentioned, namely, deciphering the unconcious minds of people, was at the forefront - or, at least, weaved perceptively into the narrative of Peeping Tom it may have been a clearer film. As it is it's a…"
"Yep, smack talking is fun. It's the one area of life where silence is a drag!
To me competing in a silent league is like going to the ballpark of your favorite team where everyone is watching and keeping score - but no one is…"