The 10 Funniest Moments in Film: part 1

1. Breaking the fourth-wall in Trading Places
Billy Ray: No thanks, guys, I already had breakfast this morning.
Mortimer Duke: This is not a "meal", Valentine. We are here to TRY to explain to you what is we do here.
Randolph Duke: We are 'commodities brokers', William. Now, what are commodities? Commodities are agricultural products... like coffee that you had for breakfast... wheat, which is used to make bread... pork bellies, which is used to make bacon, which you might find in a 'bacon and lettuce and tomato' sandwich.
[Billy Ray turns and gives a long look at the camera]

2. Tallywacker in Porky's
Balbricker: Now, Mr. Carter. I know this is completely unorthodox. But I think this is the only way to find that boy. Now, that penis had a mole on it. I'd recognize that penis anywhere. In spite of the juvenile snickers of some, this is a serious matter. That seducer and despoiler must be stopped; he's extremely dangerous. And, Mr. Carter, I'm certain that everyone in this room knows who that is. He's a contemptible little pervert who...

3. Pure disdain in This Is Spinal Tap
Tommy Pischedda: You know what the title of that book should be? "Yes, I Can If Frank Sinatra Says It's OK". 'Cause Frank calls the shots for all of those guys. Did you get to the part yet where uh... Sammy is coming out of the Copa... it's about 3 o'clock in the morning and, uh, he sees Frank? Frank's walking down Broadway by himself...
[Nigel raises the limo partition]
Fuckin' limeys.

4. Shatner in video-screen in Airplane II: The Sequel
Buck Murdock[on view-screen]: Why the hell aren't I notified about these things!
[opens door and steps out from behind screen]

5. Courage in the face of adversity in Carry On... Up The Khyber
Lady Joan Ruff-Diamond: [brushing off a collapsed ceiling] Oh dear! I seem to have got a little plastered!