funniest movie of the year

Reasons to watch the LEGO Batman Movie
  • It’s so meta. Batman narrates through the opening logos and they show clips from the other adaptations of Batman and talk about how Joker and Batman have been fighting for 78 years. My personal favorite is when Alfred calls Batman out for all the Brooding™ he’s done since 1966.
  • It’s freaking hilarious. I’m not exaggerating when I say it’s the funniest movie I’ve seen in years. The jokes always hit the mark and even just how the characters act are enough to get huge laughs.
  • The characters. Batman is of course amazing but there’s also Robin who’s a literal ray of sunshine, Alfred who is the coolest butler ever and so much more, one of the best adaptations of Joker, and Barbara Gordon who is such a competent leader and fighter and so amazing in general.
  • Batman’s and Joker’s relationship. Having Joker portrayed as wanting validation from Batman that he is his greatest enemy but Batman not reciprocating those feelings creates one of the funniest, most amazing hero-villian dynamics ever to be put to film. 
  • It’s actually emotional. Amongst all the hilarity and action scenes the movie does take time to address the concepts of loneliness, confronting one’s fears, if you are really a good person or not (or if you’re in between), and the nature of family. It gives so much depth to Batman that is hardly seen in other adaptations and that’s what makes it so great. 
“I Like Your Laugh.” | JB Drabble

y'all are aware of JB’s dinosaur laugh bc it gives me life and also hope bc i also laugh like that sometimes but unfortunately i am not as hot while doing it~Admin Hedgehog


You were panicking. You were going on your third date this week with Jaebum, and he had suggested going to see a funny movie at the theater since the weather was supposed to be extra cold that day. 

You chewed on your lip ad you paced around your apartment, waiting for him to come pick you up. It wasn’t that you were nervous for your date-well, you were sort of-but it was the fact that you were afraid to hardcore laugh in front of him.
This movie was supposed to be one of the funniest movies coming out this year, and you were terrified that Jaebum would hear one snort from you and decide that you were just too dorky for his tastes, since he was just so cool and chic all the time, you felt like you had to match up with him, but it was hard!

A knock on your door made you jump, and you quickly gave yourself a once-over before opening the door, revealing your handsome Jaebum.

“Hey,” He grinned, before giving a low whistle as he admired your outfit. “You look really cute today, did you do that for me?” He teased, grabbing one of your hands as you locked your door behind you.

“Of course i did!” You grinned and looked at your feet, feeling heat rise to your cheeks. Jaebum smiled at you and gently brushed a strand of hair behind your ear.

“You’re so cute, you know that?” You blushed even harder, and avoided his eyes. 

“I-I don’t know about that, but I know you must have pretty low standards for what’s cute if you think i’m cute!” Jaebum frowned a little at that.

“I’m in a smelly dorm surrounded by six other boys, almost 24/7, you don’t know how refreshing it is to be in the presence of such a lovely lady, and I mean that.” He brought your intertwined hands together and kissed your palm.

“Alright!” You snatched your hands from his lips, pretending to look through your purse for something. “Won’t we be late for the movie if you keep doing stuff like that?” Jaebum laughed at your flushed appearance, making your way to the snack bar of the theater.

“Do you want popcorn, or candy?” You tapped your chin in thought at his question.

“How about we get a popcorn and split it?” You suggested. Jaebum nodded and quickly went to order, and then you guys quickly ran through the hallways of the theater to find your seats before they were all taken up. You guys got there just in time, the two of you giggling, drunk on excitement and the feeling of being with each other, and you found the perfect seats.

Half-way through the movie, you were crying from trying to hold in your laugh. It was so hard, and especially since hearing Jb laugh really hard made you want to laugh even harder. There was one scene where the main actor fell from a plane but landed into a pile of hay, only for the hay to have snakes hidden in it, that was just so funny and well acted that you had to laugh, and you laughed a full belly laugh, and as you were recovering, you saw JB looking at you from the corner of your eye, and it felt like a bucket of ice water had been poured over your head. You quickly sobered up and turned your eyes to the screen, a wave of shame pouring over you. ‘what if he doesn’t want to go on anymore dates with you, all because of your dumb laugh spoiling everything?’ that ugly voice in the back of your head said. ‘it wouldn’t be the first time, for sure.’ You felt tears coming to your eyes, and not the same kind as before. You quickly got up and went to the bathroom, trying to even out your breathing and wipe your tears. You came out after calming down, but yelped as Jb was standing right next to the door, waiting for you. 

“You didn’t have to follow me, you’re missing the movie!” You protested. Jb said nothing, but pulled you in for a hug, holding your waist, gently rubbing circles into it with his thumbs. 

“I don’t care about missing a dumb movie, I care about missing your adorable laugh.” You sighed and leaned your forehead against his chest.

“It’s not adorable, it’s ugly and I hate it.” You shrugged and continued, “I was afraid of going out with you to see this movie because…I didn’t want you to hear my laugh and think it was really ugly, and then not want to go out with me anymore because of that.” You confessed, stubbornly refusing to meet his eyes.

“Jagiya, look at me.” You shook your head, not taking your eyes off the floor. You felt him sigh, before he gently grabbed your chin and lifted it up to look at his face. 

I like your laugh, okay? In fact,” He paused. “Thats one of my favorite things about you, because when you laugh, you light up like an angel and I think you’re one of the cutest, sexiest person i’ve ever met.” He gently kissed your lips for the first time, catching you off guard, but you quickly recovered and fervently kissed him back. He pulled away and rested his forehead on yours, looking deeply into your eyes as the two of you smiled, basking in the newness of your relationship.

“If you want, we can have funny movie nights at your house instead, if that makes you more comfortable.” You smiled at his thoughtfulness.

“I would like nothing more.” 


(EXTRA: “Im Jaebum, are you trying to ‘Netflix and Chill’ me?” You said, smacking his chest with your hand. He grabbed your wrist and laughed, pulling your body closer to his and nuzzling your cheek.

“What would you say if I said yes to that?” You blushed as he kissed the space between your ear and your jawline.

“I would have to say we should skip the rest of this movie and go see if we can’t find something better to watch at home.”)

anonymous asked:

If it'll sway you at all, Spider-Man homecoming was absolutely hilarious as well. One of the funniest movies I've seen all year, and Tom Holland absolutely killed it. This is the best iteration of Spider-Man by far and that's because they got the whole "naive teenager gains superpowers" downs to a TEE. The whole cast is great but I don't think I've ever fallen in love with a character as quick. The first five minutes are gold. I'm sure it's online by now anyway. It's one of those movies where (1

(2)you can detest superheroes and everything they stand for and still walk out smiling and wanting more. I was falling asleep during the captain America movies and I swear to god if you paid me now I couldn’t tell you a single thing that happened in them, but I just LOVED Spider-Man. THAT’S how you do a superhero movie, people. Great soundtrack as well. Ok, that’s enough waxing lyrical for one day, lol

Ha, bless you. I’ll check it out eventually, but I’m glad that you enjoyed it so much!

Sausage Party WAS THE FUNNIEST F*ckin Movie IVE SEEN ALL YEAR

 I mean fuckin shit bro. The ending was absolutely Insane DO NOT BRING kids to this film I’m cracking up while typing this 😂😂😂 It was a SUPER HIGH full price because it had actually had a message about religion & race like a Super dirty Zootopia My stomach hurts and I can’t stop laughing I mean Jesus F$&kin Christ

Originally posted by athousandsapphires

okay ghost busters is genuinely one of the funniest movies I’ve seen in quite awhile. my eight year old brother was laughing his ass off the entire time like how is anyone boycotting this movie or saying it’s bad? kids love it and it’s a great movie like all arguments about it being bad because of the female leads are debunked

Gun control now.

The other night I decided to catch a late night screening of “Vacation” at my local movie theatre. Which, contrary to critics, was by far the funniest movie I’ve seen in years. Go see it.

Now going to the movies is a fairly innocent and reasonable thing to do on a Friday night to wind down after a long week, and a decision that should be relatively easy to decide upon.

The thing that hit me about my decision to go to the cinema was that I actually had to think twice about it and consider my safety.

Up until this point, being an Australian living in America, it had never occurred to me to worry about my safety in a movie theatre. That was until last week when I heard of the savage killings and brutal mass shooting in a movie theatre in Lafayette during a screening of “Trainwreck”.

Now I know that this wasn’t the first shooting in America, nor was it the first shooting in a movie theatre. However it was the first movie theatre shooting that I had heard of while living in America and the reality of that really knocked me over.

Back in Australia these mass shootings I would hear about seemed so far away and so foreign that I never once considered it a possibility for it to personally impact me.

Yet here I was, 9 o’clock on a Friday evening, wondering whether the simple act of going to the movies was safe.

This is not a normal way to think. But the gun laws in this country are so frighteningly lenient that it’s hard not to constantly look over your shoulder.

Now I know there is always two sides to a debate and I’m not saying that America needs to ban guns… wait. No. Yes I am. That’s exactly what I’m saying.

Because why do you need guns? Honestly. If it’s because you want to prove your “manhood” and protect your cave I’d suggest drinking a big can of beer and watching the football.

If you genuinely believe that by guns being so readily available that local civilians will be able to protect themselves against a crazed gunman, then you really need to evaluate what you’re saying. So many shootings happen in the U.S. every year and you never hear of a heroic save by a civilian and his gun because, guess what, life isn’t a Bruce Willis movie and sometimes the bad guys kill innocent people before the hero arrives. Life isn’t Hollywood, it’s not the Wild West and it’s certainly not a rational way of thinking to believe that everyone should be armed.

America is so progressive with so many great things, yet this gun debate has gone on far too long. Guns kill people. People with guns kill people. It’s relatively simple.

At the very least, gun licenses need to be made more difficult to be obtained and proper background checks need to be in place to stop mentally ill and unstable people from getting their hands on guns.

I don’t know how many more mass shootings at movie theaters, schools and daycares are to happen before something is done but things need to change, and fast.