Archive for the ‘Comedy movies’ Category

Full movie – Stupid teenagers must die:

Short link to this movie – http://www.bumpclick.com/stupidteenagersmustdie

Description: It’s the 1980’s and a group of teenagers are getting together to hold a seance in a haunted house. All the typical 80’s horror movie characters are there: the cool hero, the innocent girlfriend, the goth chick, the tough guy, the beautiful blonde girl, the shy guy in love with the beautiful blonde girl, a couple of lipstick lesbians and two big geeks. In true low budget 80’s horror movie fashion, weird things start happening around the house. One dimensional characters are dying preposterously bloody deaths, girls are getting naked for no apparent reason and people walk into dangerous, pitch black rooms saying classic lines like, “Is someone in here?” As the poor, hapless kids are sliced and diced, it’s up to our hero to lead the remaining survivors to safety before the house is filled with stupid dead teenagers.

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Full movie – Pool party

Posted: November 28, 2010 in Comedy movies

Full movie – Pool party:

Short link to this movie:  http://www.bumpclick.com/poolparty

Description: Admit it – we like pool party movies, even if the plot might not be the most amazing thrilling/comedy. But with an avalanche of beautiful girls in bikini, we can free an hour and a half and laugh a bit.
To put the plot simply: It’s your standard-guy-fails-bar-exam-loses-girlfriend-works-for-a-lunatic-and-is-stalked-by-a-monkey-clown story …

Full movie – My X-Girlfriends Wedding Reception:

Short link to movie: http://www.bumpclick.com/exgfweddingreception

Description: This humorously critical look at marriage takes place at the the big, zany wedding of Lisa Weinstein (Deborah “Debbie” Gibson) and Bobby Benigni (Joey Scherr). Choosing to be painfully honest rather than sentimental about the special day, MY X-GIRLFRIEND’S WEDDING RECEPTION focuses on the love triangle between the bride, the groom, and the bride’s ex-boyfriend (Mo Gaffney), a member of the wedding band. Also starring Dom DeLuise as the priest, Father O’rdeal, this comedy features a surprisingly assured performance from former 1980s pop princess Gibson.