Best mel brooks movie

Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by the_ultimate_evil, Apr 9, 2006.

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which was mel brooks best work

  1. The Producers (1968)

  2. The Twelve Chairs (1970)

  3. Blazing Saddles (1974)

  4. Young Frankenstein (1974)

  5. Silent Movie (1976)

  6. High Anxiety (1977)

  7. History of the World: Part I (1981)

  8. Spaceballs (1987)

  9. Life Stinks (1991)

  10. Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)

  11. Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)

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  1. the_ultimate_evil CURSE YOU GIN MONKEY.

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    basiclly what the poll says, which was his best
     
  2. mister Lennon Registered

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    Young Frankenstein, no doubt.

    Also, Brooks is the producer of great movies and not funny at all, like the elephant man, frances or the fly remake.
     
  3. xwolverine2 Arkham Assassin

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    spaceballs.....nothing will ever beat the intro to it...with the never ending ship..rotflmfao!
     
  4. Darthphere Kneel before 'Drox!

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    Blazing Saddles.
     
  5. deathshead2 Registered

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    Its hard to decide the first producers was great,blazing saddles was as well but im going to give it to spaceballs.
     
  6. Archangel Emergency & I

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    Young Frankentstein, then Blazing Saddles.
     
  7. Fledermaus Registered

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    Blazing Saddles, then Spaceballs. Its close though.
     
  8. GoldGoblin Registered

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    Spaceballs is a classic.
     
  9. Addendum Registered

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    The only one out of that list I tried to like but thought eh was "Life Stinks".

    I've not seen "Twelve Chairs" or "Dracula: Dead and Loving It".

    The others I've seen and enjoyed immensly. It's impossible for me to say which is the best.
     
  10. cryptic name No Limits

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    nothing touches young frankenstein.

    howl
    inga- werewolf
    frederick- werewolf?
    eyegore- there
    frederick- what?
    eyegore- there wolf. there castle.
    frederick- why are you talking that way?
    eyegore- i thought you wanted to.
    frederick- no, i don't want to.
    eyegore- alright, suit yourself. i'm easy.

    f**king priceless
     
  11. War Party Ve vant ze money,Lebowski

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  12. freelancer Registered

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    I have to say "Robin Hood: Men in Tights". I love that movie! :D
     
  13. Tsunulia Queen of the Kitties

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    Spaceballs
    Young Frankenstein
    Blazing Saddles

    All very very close...................within a hundreths of a point from each other but I gotta give it to Spaceballs :)

    "Now you see that evil will always triumph, because good is dumb." - Dark Helmet
     
  14. War Party Ve vant ze money,Lebowski

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    Besides being part of the Mel Brook's Collection Box Set, is Robin Hood:Men In Tights on dvd yet?
     
  15. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    The Producers is his best film (I'm biased since I did it as a play and it was a lot of fun), but Spaceballs is my favorite.

    As a sidenote, my school is doing a production of Young Frankenstein (sadly, I can't participate. Darn finals :( ).
     
  16. Eddie Dean Jokerfied

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    Young Frankenstein
     
  17. Philly Phanboy LIVIN' LA VIDA PHANBOY

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    For me it's pretty close between Young Frankenstein and Spaceballs but I'll give the edge to Spaceballs. Young Frankenstein started strong but then ran out of ideas.
     
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    Spaceballs owns you all!!!!! :mad::mad: :o

    Rick Morranis, Jeffrey Tambur, Bill Pullman, John Candy and Mel Brooks

    who would not like taht cast?
     
  19. Tsunulia Queen of the Kitties

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    "Barf................................Barf.................................................Barf!!"

    "I'm a Mawg - half-man, half-dog. I'm my own best friend."

    "Now you see that evil will always triumph, because good is dumb."

    "That is my virgin alarm, it goes off before you do!"

    Nobody else can make these lines as memorable as they did. :D
     
  20. Spider-Fan SHHFFL 2014/2019 Champion

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    I think The Producers was his best. The opening of Springtime for Hitler is one of the funniest moments ever in a movie.
     
  21. Wilhelm-Scream Registered

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    Young Fronkenshteen = MASTERPIECE

    Spaceballs = fun to watch on a hungover Saturday afternoon, but that's despite the fact that it's crap. "YOGURT" ? "comb the desert" ?.....come on. :rolleyes:
     
  22. Bruce_Wayne29 Registered

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    Young Frankenstein.
     
  23. Boom I got nothin'

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    Young Frankenstein.

    "If you're blue and you don't know where to go to why don't you go where fashion sits?"
    "Puttin' on the ritz."
     
  24. KALEL114 Impending Return

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    History of the World is great. I think I quote Spaceballs more then anything though.
     
  25. Spidey-Bat Ours is the Fury

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    I've only seen Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Spaceballs, Men in Tights, and History of the World.

    My fav is Spaceballs. Young Frankenstein was good, but I didn't find it to be very funny. Blazing Saddles I didn't like mainly b/c the movie was just 1 black joke after another.
     

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