Really Funny Movies For Men
If you need some really funny movies for men, then you are totally covered. There is no shortage of really funny movies, but there's no need to get carried away with a long list. Watch the following movies, and you'll be laughing for weeks or months.
"Duck Soup" "Duck Soup" is as funny today as it was in 1933. The Marx Brothers live in the bankrupt country of Freedonia. Freedonia borrows money from a wealthy woman named Mrs. Teasdale on the condition that she gets to choose the president. She then appoints a zany character named President Rufus Firefly, who starts a war with neighboring country Sylvania to decide who gets to marry Mrs. Teasdale. "Duck Soup" is one of the funniest movies for men to watch on any occasion.
"M*A*S*H" This funny 1970 movie was so funny that it spawned the popular television series of the same name. Donald Sutherland played Hawkeye Pierce, and Elliott Gould played Trapper. These two main characters are wisecracking Korean War surgeons who try their best to piss off two Bible thumping officers. "M*A*S*H" is a black comedy about doctors coping with the horrors of war. Its anti-war themes seem to fit the sentiments of many Americans from the 1970 chapter of the Vietnam era. Whatever you think of the war, this movie's pretty damn funny.
"The Jerk" Steve Martin jumped from "Saturday Night Live" to the big screen in his funny 1979 movie debut. Steve plays Navin Johnson, a white man raised by a black family. Navin enters his adult years without realizing that he's white. He finds out the hard way by, among other things, realizing his love for white people's music. The plot thickens when a crazed murderer randomly chooses him as a target and Navin runs away with the carnival. He also becomes rich from a strange invention and falls in love.
"This Is Spinal Tap" A list of really funny movies for men requires a spoof documentary. So, here it is. This 1984 spoof features Michael McKean, Christopher Guest and Harry Shearer who play British heavy metal band members David, Nigel and Derek. The spoof band went through a stage of transformations. They began as the Thamesmen, whose sole hit song was called "Gimme Some Money" before they surfed the psychedelic wave in the 1960s. The band was reborn as Spinal Tap before they transformed once again, this time as a heavy metal band. Rob Reiner plays a spoof filmmaker who follows the band on a chaotic American tour.
"Pee Wee's Big Adventure" Pee Wee Herman is an overgrown boy who loves his bike so much that you can hardly see it through the chains when he locks it downtown. His rich next door overgrown boy neighbor really wants Pee Wee's bike. The next thing you know, Pee Wee's bike is stolen. A phony psychic tells him that his bike is in the basement of the Alamo. This funny movie from 1985 follows Pee Wee across the USA on his quest to recover his bike. Just the fact that Pee Wee Herman is in this movie automatically qualifies it as not just a really funny movie for men, but one of the funniest of all time.