Laugh Audit: The Best (And Worst) Ben Stiller Movies
We're going to go out on a limb here: This isn't just the funniest movie VH1 Films has ever produced, but with the possible exception of Charlie Chaplin's 1928 Top Hat Follies, it stands as the single best male model comedy thriller of all time.
Even completely out of context, Hansel's "Why don't you Dere-licte my balls, El Capitan?" can be used in almost any aspect of your day-to-day life. Try it at your wedding and let us know how that works out.
Key Scene: "Male Model Gasoline Fight"
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004)
Writer/director Rawson Marshall Thurber took every single sports movie cliche-including a team of scrappy misfits playing to save a building from destruction and not one but two inspirational appearances, courtesey of Lance Armstrong and Chuck Norris-and twists them into a pretty hilarious movie.
In the first half hour, this movie features Vince Vaughan teaming up with Steve the Pirate to play dodgeball with a steroid-pumped Girl Scout troop. If that's not the mark of quality, we don't know what is, and Stiller all but makes the movie as the scenery-chewing, Swayze-haired villain, White Goodman.
Stiller's actually married to frequent costar Christine Taylor, whose appearance here in a black vinyl minidress is everything we've all been wanting since Hey Dude.
Key Scene: "White's Courtship of Kate"
Also Classics: There's Something About Mary, The Royal Tenenbaums