10 Funniest Film Characters

Need a laugh? Here are some of the funniest characters from timeless films. If you want to sell DVDs online for extra cash, make sure you don’t sell these!

Borat (Borat)

Fresh off the plane from Kazakhstan, the bumbling documentary filmmaker Borat (Sasha Baron Cohen), stumbles through the United States as he makes one hilarious cultural gaffe after another.

Alan Garner (The Hangover)

When the socially awkward Alan (Zach Galifianakis) wakes up after a wild night of partying in Las Vegas, he and his fellow partiers have to try to piece the night back together before his sister’s wedding,

Shaun (Shaun of the Dead)

Poor Shaun (Simon Pegg) has serious problems. He has a poor relationship with his stepfather, his girlfriend is angry with him and the highlight of his social life is drinking at his favourite pub, The Winchester. Oh, and don’t forget the impending zombie apocalypse.

Ron Burgundy (Anchorman)

Ron (Will Ferell) is an up and coming news anchor at a seventies-era evening news agency. When the network hires the attractive Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate) as the new reporter, things might not go so well for poor Ron.

Bruce (Bruce Almighty)

When average-joe Bruce (Jim Carrey) has a chance to meet God (Morgan Freeman), he acquires almighty powers to control events around him, a situation that quickly spirals out of control.

Billy Madison (Billy Madison)

When Billy (Adam Sandler), the 27-year-old spoiled heir to his father’s hotel empire, is presented with the challenge to redo all of his school years in order to prove to his father that he can be responsible, he learned the true meaning of hard work, with a few mishaps along the way.

Ben Stone (Knocked Up)

Ben (Seth Rogan) is an overgrown man-baby stumbling his way through life, until he accidentally impregnates a woman he met at a bar one night. As he rapidly tries to get his life together before the baby comes, he makes a few hilarious mistakes.

Dale Arbus (Horrible Bosses)

When the sweet and innocently romantic Dale (Charlie Day) is being sexually harassed by his female boss, he makes a plan with two other friends to try to murder each other’s bosses. Unfortunately, Dale doesn’t exactly take easily to the art of murder.

Kumar Patel (Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle)

Kumar (Kal Penn) is the fun-loving, stoner best friend we should all have. When he and his good friend Harold Lee (John Cho) decide to take a trip to White Castle for burgers, their trip snowballs into a full-on quest and gets funnier every second.

Ferris Bueller (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off)

Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) is a hero to those of us who just want a day to relax. One morning, he decides to skip school and spend the day exploring downtown Chicago. To avoid getting caught, he devises a series of clever disguises and gags to convince his parents that he’s at home sick.

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