Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Henry, Feb 1, 2021.
Pick your fave!
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I've watched Spaceballs 100+ times, so its the easy pick for me.
Mel might be the most quotable writer of all time. These movies are all gold.
One of my blind spots. I've only seen the first half hour of History of the World Part 1.
So you're only familiar with like 1/10 of world history.
Pretty much. It was my senior year Civics teacher. Most of the class was not really willing to give it a chance.
I recognize that the actual best Brooks film is probably either Blazing Saddles or Young Frankenstein, but I'm going with Spaceballs because of nostalgia. I could re-watch that movie any day.
Spaceballs, easily. Not that theres really a wrong answer.
I wouldn't be mad if someone said Dracula lol. He's all hits to me.
Could see how someone watching his movies today would see problems with most of them tho. We could NEVER get another Blazing Saddles.
Shout out to Life Stinks. I used to watch that movie so much growing up.
Considering I just preordered a 4K release of Spaceballs even though I’ve owned at least five copies of it in my life, I absolutely have to go with that. Young Frankenstein is almost interchangeable as the other favorite though. I am also probably Dracula: Dead and Loving It’s greatest defender on earth though, so I’m sad to see that not even get a specific option.
only seen three of these
I've had Hello Ma Baby stuck in my head since I saw this thread lol
I ordered the Mel Brooks collection on blu ray from best buy a couple years ago but didnt check the location for pick up and ended up taking a little road trip to Alabama to pick it up lol. It was a pretty okay day.
I thought this said Mel Gibson for a second and was ready to bust in here like a SWAT team to shut this shit down.
I bet Mel Gibson doesn't care for Mel Brooks.
I've only seen Young Frankenstein and Spaceballs. Really liked YF, hated SB.
When I was a kid I loved Spaceballs but now I think I'd probably say Young Frankenstein
Blazing Saddles is obviously a classic too. Never actually seen History of the World or Robin Hood
Probably Young Frankenstein, but definitely have a lot more nostalgia for Spaceballs ... and even Men In Tights.
History of the World, Pt. 1
Another movie that could never be made today.
Do another one already! Preferably Scorsese.
lol I forgot what I was doing schedule-wise.