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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Top 4 Offensive Comedies ever committed to film...

Top 10 Offensive Comedies from askmen.com:

This article is dedicated to movies that put the most vile, disturbing and controversial themes or images on the screen to provoke laughter through shock. There’s a certain visceral reaction that comes out of taboo-busting comedy that simply can’t be replicated any other way. That material will cause sensitive viewers to leave the theater in disgust while some explode in uncontrollable bursts of laughter (let’s call it the oh-no-they-didn’t effect). 

Below is the top 4 of the compiled list of the 10 finest offensive comedies ever committed to film. Some of these movies are offensive because they satirize sensitive issues, while others simply throw disturbing images at the audience in hopes of defensive chuckles. The passage of time tends to lessen the impact of this brand of humor, so some might not cause the same gut-punch response of revulsion. However, show any of these movies at a chipper religious gathering, and you’ll find that outrage can still be elicited. 

No.4. Team America: World Police (2004)

In between their (arguably) finest seasons of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone cranked out this hysterical blockbuster side project. It’s a goofy satire of American foreign policy and stupid Michael Bay movies, featuring a group of marionette secret soldiers destroying the world and impersonating terrorists by slapping wads of hair on their face and mumbling “derka derka.” Featuring a slapstick Kim Jong-il, slaughtered movie stars, AIDS musicals, graphic puppet sex and cinema’s longest vomit scene, the film has something that'll offend every member of the family.
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No. 3. Jackass 2 (2006)

Any movie by the lovable morons from Jackass qualifies for a spot on this list. Ninety undiluted minutes of guys deliberately smacking one another, torturing their genitalia and ingesting every conceivable bodily fluid is about as offensive as it gets. But, if we have to pick one, it would be Jackass 2, in which the gang consciously tries to top their first shockfest and skips the buddy-buddy lovefest of part three. It’s nasty, gag-inducing, downright mean and inexplicably hilarious. You can’t intellectualize it. Poo-poo, pee-pee and idiots falling down are just funny -- and no one does it better.
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No. 2. Pink Flamingos (1972)

In 1972, John Waters and his confrontational friends decided to create the most offensive comedy ever made. They did. It’s called Pink Flamingos and breaks every conceivable taboo through so many layers of bad taste that I honestly feel uncomfortable showing or even describing the disgusting gags. Forty years later, there’s still material Waters unleashed that no other filmmaker would dare attempt. This isn’t a movie that you should watch unsuspectingly. You have to consciously decide to watch Pink Flamingos, and love it or loath it, you’ll never erase it from your brain. It is quite funny, but... ew.
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No 1. Borat (2006)

Sacha Baron Cohen created a monster hit and (unfortunately) one of the most imitated characters of all time with his unique combination of gross-out stunts and disturbing satire of American ignorance. Creating a mockumentary with a supporting cast of unsuspecting civilians, Cohen went about mixing gasps and laughs with his tale of an innocent racist/sexist filmmaker attempting to teach his native Kazakhstan the joys of American life. The fearless button pushing and naked male wrestling made it a hit among shell-shocked audiences, while the social satire made it a classic.
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