10 Funny Movie Scenes Of The 80's
If you're a fan of retro comedies, you'll want to check out this list of 10 funny movie scenes of the 80's. Were you a fan of teen flicks like "The Breakfast Club?" Did you like great spoofs like "Spaceballs?" Whatever your preference, you're sure to find something entertaining in our list of funny movie scenes of the 80's. Before you start queuing up your Netflix, be sure to check some of these gems out.
“Spaceballs“ (1987): Production fans are sure to get a giggle over the “Nice dissolve” joke in this film, though most agree that one of the funniest movie scenes of the 80’s is when they go to push the self-destruct button and discover that it’s out of order. “F*ck,” yells Dark Helmet (played by Rick Moranis), “Nothing works in the future!”
“Crocodile Dundee“ (1986): If you think an Aussie in New York would be one of the funniest movie scenes of the 80’s, you’re right on the money. Anyone who’s ever lived in the city is sure to get a laugh at how nic Paul Hogan’s character is.
“Spies Like Us“ (1985): Chevy Chase was a popular face in 80’s comedies and “Spies Like Us” was a hilarious spoof on popular James Bond-style films. When a Russian KGB agent asks Chevy Chase’s character what his objective is, he responds that he objects to buying a woman dinner and then her not putting out for him. This film is filled with some of the funniest movie scenes of the 80’s.
“The Lost Boys”(1987): If you like vampires, you might find the scene where Michael is floating outside of Sam’s window to be one of the funniest movie scenes of the 80’s. Sam shouts at his brother, “You’re a vampire!” and Michael argues, “No, I’m NOT!” Without missing a beat, the frightened Sam yells back, “Then who are you, the Flying Nun?!?”
“The Breakfast Club“ (1985): If you like funny movie scenes from the 80’s, you should definitely check out “The Breakfast Club.” One of the most memorable scenes is where bad boy Bender sits next to the nerdy Brian during lunch. “Well, Brian,” he says, “all this is a very nutritional meal. All the food groups are represented. Who did your mom marry, Mr. Rogers?” Completely deadpan, Brian answers, “No, Mr. Johnson.”
“Die Hard“(1988): Those who enjoy a good mix of action and funny movie scenes from the 80’s are sure to enjoy the classic action comedy, “Die Hard.” John McClane (Bruce Willis) has a great catch phrase pertaining to cowboys that everyone loves.
“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” (1986): Some of the funniest movie scenes from the 80’s come from this film, including Ben Stein as the teacher instructing his class on … Anyone? Anyone? Voodoo economics.
“Ghostbusters” (1984): This movie is filled with great one-liners and easily possesses some of the funniest movie scenes of the 1980’s. If you have any doubts, check out the scene with the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
“The Goonies” (1985): Chunk doing the Truffle Shuffle is not only one of the funniest movie scenes of the 80’s, but also one of the most disturbing!
“Raiders of the Lost Ark” (1981): Fans of some of the funniest movie scenes from the 80’s are sure to remember the scene where the Indian swordsman challenges Indy, performing an intimidating routine with his swords.  Indiana Jones pauses for a moment, then suddenly pulls out his gun and shoots the swordsman.