iPod Movies – Download Movies To iPod

Technology is always busy at work, striving to find more ways in which individuals and families can have more ways to enjoy themselves with entertainment that is available to them. Ipods are the most recent sensations amongst youngsters. No wonder if you own an iPod you will definitely be looking for movies as there is also a huge disk space available with latest models and you can store 9/10 movies easily along with your favorite collection of songs.

Just look at how far the ability of watching movies has gone. Remember back in the day when the only movies that people were able to watch were only available to them in black and white viewing?

As time went on, technology slowly introduced to the world, movies that were available in color. This of course was a major break-through in the way that individuals and families viewed the movies that they had available to them for entertainment in the family.

All the while, technology was consistently at work trying to focus on ways that viewing a movie could be improved. This of course brought us to the point of having the ability to watch all of our favorite movies oh VHS tapes.

For many years this type of movie viewing seemed extremely phenomenal to almost the entire population, and it was enjoyed for many years after its initial introduction.

As most all of us are aware of, many years later the extremely growing and popular DVD was introduced. This brought the ability of being able to watch a movie to an extremely enjoyable and amazing new level.

As technology would have it, even more innovative and exciting new methods are continuously being introduced into the public for individuals and families to enjoy, in new and exciting ways that are available today, that movie watching can be enjoyed. One such example of technology at work, would be with the unbelievably popular Ipod. The name Ipod over the past few years has literally become a household name, and well known to almost everyone.

Many web sites are also continuously at work in finding better ways to accommodate individuals and families with movies they offer as Ipod downloads, made available for your Ipod system. With the opportunity that is available to download movies right to your Ipod, you have the added benefit of being able to search through a wide and varied selection of all types of movies. You can find horror movies, comedy, romance, sitcoms, western, informative, war movies, and a whole lot more. You will be able to find such a large selection that is available for you to browse through and download straight to your Ipod, in the comfort and privacy of your own home. You can also find selections in popular movies for every member of your family. Not just for the adults, but for all the children in your family as well.

With all of the latest styles in popular Ipod systems that technology has to offer us today, isn’t it about time that you also join the many benefits that are constantly being brought your way in the way of Ipod movie downloads?

Good Movies – Comedies That Brighten Your Mood!

There is no one in this world who does not like a good comedy movie. There is nothing to beat it after a tough day when we feel depressed and mentally upset. It is a magical treatment which can easily lift up our spirits and forget all our troubles. When we get immersed in its plots and the way in which the actors deal with the fun situations, we automatically forget all our sorrows and find good entertainment.

Just by inserting a DVD, we are transported to a joyous world filled with sarcasm, irony, fun plots, etc. It was found that even during the silent movie era, people flocked to the theatres to see good comedy movies. At the beginning of 1895, audiences were treated with a visual treat on moving pictures with the unique combination of slapstick and burlesque.

The great actors of these times were Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Max Linder, etc. It is a matter of great pride to see that people have not forgotten the movies of Charlie Chaplin even to this day and he has proved to be an inspiration for many of the modern comedy actors. Even in modern times, producers and directors consider it as a safe bet and some of the top reigning stars are Jim Carrey, Ben Stiller, etc. There are different styles and tones in which comedies can be classified. They are:

Fish out of water style: In this kind of movies, we can see the hero trying to deal with different kinds of situations and mostly in unfamiliar surroundings. The focal point for comedy is the funny way in which the situations are handled. Some famous examples are Cabin Boy, Tootsie, etc.

Spoof or Parody: There are many movies which have adopted this style to make people laugh. Older films are made fun of, by using the elements of sarcasm, mockery and stereotyping. Even now many spoofs have been welcomed with both hands by the audience. Some of the all time favorites are Airplane, Blazing Saddles, etc.

Gross-out comedy: This style uses a complete slapstick style and elements such as very silly toilet humor is used. But the irony is that even such style of comedy movies are greatly enjoyed by the movie buffs. Some of the noteworthy movies to be mentioned in this style are American pie, Dumb and Dumber, etc.

Other major styles used in good comedy movies are comedy of manners, military comedy, science fiction comedy, black comedy, etc.

My Favorite Top 10 Movie Comedy Scenes

Now this is definitely a tough one. I really don’t even know why I am attempting this at all but I think it needs to be done. There have been so many amazingly, funny scenes and I think I would be remiss if I at least didn’t try to mention the ones that made me laugh the hardest during my lifetime. I would also like to add that just because I may love a scene in a movie, doesn’t preclude that I would put the movie itself in my Top 10 list of all time. So, I will just mention some of the many scenes that I have loved and then try to put them in my order of preference. Wish me luck!!

The Marx Brothers have had so many scenes that have cracked me up over the years and still do till this day. The famous stateroom scene from Monkey Business which took place on a ship was a visual delight. They were stowaways on the ship so they couldn’t let the people in charge know they were there. They had repairmen, maids, food service and everyone else you could think of in the room at the same time. By the end of the scene there had to be at least 20 or more people all squeezed into that tiny room and it was one of the classic scenes in any comedy movie. Then you had the contract scene in A Night At The Opera that was brilliantly written and delivered by Groucho and Chico. “You can’t fool me, there ain’t no sanity clause”. A Day At The Races had a few of my favorite Marx Brothers scenes in it. The race itself at the end, the examination of Margaret Dumont’s character by Doctor Hackenbush and the boys and the phone scene with Groucho driving Mr. Whitmore crazy by using misdirection.

In the movie Bruce Almighty there is a scene in which Jim Carrey is making Steve Carell, who got the job as anchorman that he wanted, screw up during the news. He uses his new found powers to make him babble for what seemed about 5 minutes. When I saw that scene in the movies I laughed so hard that I literally fell out of my seat. I was dying.

In the movie It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World there were an endless amount of terrific scenes but the one that killed me the most was the scene in which Jonathan Winters destroys the gas station. The reason being, the two attendants had tied him up with duct tape because Phil Silvers had convinced them that he was crazy and it would be for their own protection. The truth was he wanted Winter’s character out of the way while he went for the money that everyone was searching for in the movie. One of the best comedies of all time. If you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor and buy it or rent it and then watch it. You will laugh your fool head off. I know that I did and still do every time I see it. Plus the cast of comedy stars in the movie were a list of who’s who in the comedy business. If you weren’t in the movie back then, then you weren’t considered relevant in the comedy world.

 

My favorite scene in the movie There’s Something About Mary was the scene with the dog and Matt Dillon. He accidentally killed the dog and tries to bring him back to life by using the lamp electric chord and jump starting him. That was hysterical and I laughed until I hurt at that one. The movie was very funny and had many, many funny scenes. I still cringe every time I watch the scene where Ben gets his genitalia stuck in his zipper…OUCH!! A great Ben Stiller vehicle that I thought was also unique.

The dinner scene in the remake of The Nutty Professor with Eddie Murphy was sidesplitting. He played 4 different characters in that scene and the result was superb. A truly great acting feat and fantastic makeup for the characters. If you didn’t know in advance that they were all Eddie, you never would have suspected it. “Hercules, Hercules, Hercules!”

In Monty Python’s, The Holy Grail, the sword fight scene with the Black Knight and Sir Arthur at the bridge (None Shall Pass) was definitely funny. He slowly cuts off the limbs one by one of the Black Knight but it doesn’t seem to faze him at all. Instead he challenges him even more and keeps egging Sir Arthur on. “It’s just a flesh wound. Come back here and I’ll bite your kneecap off”.

The country club party scene in Caddyshack was funny, especially if you were a Rodney Dangerfield fan. He had so many funny one liners and wouldn’t stop taunting Ted Knight’s character. That movie gave Rodney a whole second career and a new generation of fans. “Hey, who stepped on a duck?”

In Jerry Lewis’s movie The Big Mouth, there is a scene in which Charlie Callas is in a phone booth talking with his boss and he sees Jerry Lewis’ character, whom he though he killed, run by him and he snaps during the call. His facial expressions were so rubbery and the sounds effects that came out of his mouth were so uniquely funny. No one else would ever be able to do that with such ease.

 

Peter Sellers was a brilliant comedic actor and I simply loved his Inspector Clouseau character as the bumbling detective that always seemed to land on his feet and solve the case. The scene in Return Of the Pink Panther where he disguises himself as a dentist so that he can spy on Inspector Dreyfus at the castle is hysterical. He administers laughing gas to Herbert Lom’s character and they both get into a laughing fit as Clouseau tries to pull his bad tooth. As a viewer, it is really contagious to watch without laughing out loud yourself. Plus his disguise is melting during the scene. Funny, funny, funny.

My favorite comedy movie of all time was Mel Brook’s The Producers and the scene I loved the most in it was during the Broadway play of ‘Springtime for Hitler’. Kenneth Mars’ character of the playwright German soldier, Franz, gets really upset that everyone is laughing at a play he wrote as a tribute for Hitler. He goes up on stage and starts to tell everyone to stop laughing. As he starts you hear someone clunk him on the head from behind the curtain and you hear a loud clang because he was still wearing his helmet. That doesn’t stop him. He carries on with his proclamation. “What is this baby. The Fuhrer never said baby. The Fuhrer was kind. The Fuhrer was nice and gentle. Many times the Fuhrer would say to me, Franz…OW!” he collapses and they drag him away from under the curtain. The delayed reaction of being hit on the head and him saying Ow is funny as hell. I love that movie so much and Mr. Brooks won an Oscar for Best Screenplay for that one.

Woody Allen has had so many masterpiece comedies during his illustrious career but one of my favorite scenes was in one of his earliest endeavors, Sleeper. His character had been frozen cryogenically for many years and is thawed out sometime in the future but he is still not acclimated to the new environment yet and is still kind of out of it, so to speak. He is in a wheelchair and is rolling around the lab with a funny face on that is priceless to watch and rolling over people’s feet and banging into things. Also the scene in the same movie where he disguises himself as a robot and at a party the people are feeling this orb, which gets you high, and he is handing it around for them and getting high himself. That is terrific.

A somewhat recent movie, Borat, had a scene that I laughed at very hard when I saw it. The scene when he is fighting and wrestling, while naked, with this man, and they end up in the conference center of the hotel where a convention is being held. Oh my God, that was so hysterical to see. Watching the people at the convention’s faces as the fight ensued was so great. Very funny movie and very different than any other comedy before it. Another unique comedy movie.

Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor were so great together and had great chemistry. In the movie Stir Crazy, all the scenes in the prison were very funny. The warden is trying to break them and puts them in awful situations to try and persuade Wilder to ride for him at the rodeo competition between his prison and his friend’s prison. When he puts them in a tiny cell with a giant mass murderer, I laughed until I cried watching their reaction to their predicament.

In Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, the scene in the castle where Dracula, Frankenstein and The Wolfman are all chasing them from room to room was one of my favorite funny scenes when I was a kid. To watch the monsters that used to scare us all as kids, act in a comedy with the funny comedy team, was so great and thrilling at the same time. I could only imagine the blast they must have had making that movie.

I can’t really write all of my honorable mentions here because it would be too hard without going into detail on each one so I will just give you my Top list the best I can and you can think about yours.

So, after much deliberation here is the best I could do:

My Favorite Top 10 Comedy Movie Scenes

1. The gas station scene from It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

2. The dog reviving scene from There’s Something About Mary

3. The babbling broadcast scene from Bruce Almighty

4. The phone booth scene from The Big Mouth

5. The laughing gas scene from Return Of The Pink Panther

6. The wrestling scene from Borat

7. The examination scene from A Day At The Races

8. The play scene from The Producers

9. The black knight scene from The Holy Grail

10. The dinner scene from The Nutty Professor

I hope one of your favorites was on my list. Believe me, that was really hard to do because there have been so many funny scenes and I am sure that I am forgetting a lot of them but I tried to put the ones up that made me laugh the hardest over the years. Good luck trying to narrow your favorites down to a Top 10 and as always, thanks for reading from, THE COMEDY TORNADO!!