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The 10 Most Unintentionally Hilarious Movies Of All Time

05 May 2013 | Features, Film Lists | by David Zou

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There are two kinds of movies that will make you laugh. One is comedies, the other is movies that are so bad that they are unintentionally hilarious. The directors never intended to make them this way, but the end results were terrible and those movies became the  the biggest jokes in movie history.

Here are 10 greatest examples of “too bad it’s good” movies, you will love them only if you treat them as comedies.


10. Troll 2


The Hilarious Movie: The legendary crap-fest, which peculiarly, doesn’t feature a single troll in its entire run-time. No, the villains of the piece are a group of vegetarian goblins scheming to transform a family into their favorite variety of plant. That should tell you pretty much all you need to know.

Funniest Moment: “They’re eating her,” says Darren Ewing with his trademark coma-patient delivery. “And then they’re going to eat me! Oh my Goooooooooood!”


9. The Happening


The Hilarious Movie: Mark Wahlberg plays the world’s least convincing science teacher in this tale of mass suicide brought on by a huffy Mother Nature. Yep, that’s actually the plot! Cue all manner of ridiculous lemming-like behaviour, including the memorable sight of a man being shredded by his own lawnmower.

Funniest Moment: Betty Buckley crops up to deliver the sublimely silly one-liner, “why you eyein’ my lemon drink?” Why indeed.

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  • Mark Harding

    What about Showgirls? Beautifully bad and hilarious with some of the most inept acting you’ll ever see. Elizabeth Berkley (yes, from Saved By The Bell!) demonstrates how to relieve your frustrations by violently splattering ketchup on French Fries.

  • Allister Cooper

    The WickerMan is the first WORST film of the 21st century, period. May that damn island be nuked, pulverized, and nuked again. No fucking survivors. The same with Being John Malkovich. I hate, hate, HATE those movies.

  • Herman

    I’m sorry but nothing….nothing beats “The Room”

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