Movies laughing at inapprorpiate times in movies

Buzzsawbilly

Registered Member
#1
Does anybody else laugh when a person dies or something that is supposed to be sad happens
 
#2
Yes. It's uncontrollable laugher that I can't help. In serious moments I have a problem with laughing.

During Titanic when the guy fell from the boat and hit the propeller I started to laugh so hard.
 
#4
I had a really bad fit during one of the silent parts in the third starwars- film.. when Palpatine started to explain something to Anakin about the force. I just couldn't help it. "...it can bring back the deeead". Or "save your loved ones". It was almost as bad (the laughing fit, I mean) as when we finally got to know Bobbafett's reason for being so awesome - it wasn't that he never died, see, he just had so many clones to kill off. And I went "aha! So that's where all the Stormtrooper fodder comes from!".

Worst thing is the commercials, though. I don't watch TV, so I often see the commercials for the first time in the cinema. And no one laughs except for me, because everyone else have seen it a hundred times before..
 

kiwi

The Original Kiwi
#5
Yes. It's uncontrollable laugher that I can't help. In serious moments I have a problem with laughing.

During Titanic when the guy fell from the boat and hit the propeller I started to laugh so hard.
Who didn't laugh at that point?

It depends on the moment. If I actually care about a character I won't, but sometimes things that are meant to be sad are hilarious.
 

Easily-Amused

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#6
i know what you mean. if its a sad death and done well, i dont laugh but if its just plain cheesy or unexpected, i laugh.
 
#8
...I laughed when Leonardo froze and sunk into the sea. Wasn't that very popular either. But it was just the bottled up absurdity of it all..
 

ExpectantlyIronic

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#10
Ridiculously gory deaths always get a smile and groan out of me, and occasionally a bit of a chuckle. Then again, I'm not sure they aren't supposed to trigger that reaction in most cases.
 
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