Another Top 10 Funniest Movie Insults

Script written by Niki Neptune. Just when you thought they’d run out of insults… Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down Another Top 10 Funniest Movie Insults.For this list, we’re looking at big screen insults that, while potent, raw, or scathingly brutal, didn’t make our first list, but we’re giving them a chance to shine now. These insults were designed to hurt, and while they’re definitely a little bit demoralizing, they’re also extraordinarily hilarious. Intentionally hurting someone’s feelings never sounded so funny. Special thanks to our users aldqbigsquare and Npngreen for submitting the idea on our Suggestions Page at WatchMojo.comsuggest
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Script written by Niki Neptune.

Another Top 10 Movie Insults


Just when you thought they’d run out of insults… Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down Another Top 10 Funniest Movie Insults.

For this list, we’re looking at big screen insults that, while potent, raw, or scathingly brutal, didn’t make our first list, but we’re giving them a chance to shine now. These insults were designed to hurt, and while they’re definitely a little bit demoralizing, they’re also extraordinarily hilarious. Intentionally hurting someone’s feelings never sounded so funny. If you didn’t see one that you thought should make it, be sure to check out our original video on the Top 10 Funniest Movie Insults.

#10: Flavored Lollipop
“DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story” (2004)

When a rag-tag team of outcasts bands together to win a dodgeball tournament to save a beloved gym, they decide to call in the big guns for some specialized training. Their decision to turn to Patches O’Houlihan, a retired dodgeball legend, is both a blessing and a cantankerous curse. His training methods are less “hands-on” and more “slinging physical and verbal attacks at the athletically un-inclined”. During one particularly grueling training session, the insults come as quickly as the fast-moving projectiles, and they’re just as painful. They also make us wonder about the lollipop flavors being made these days…

#9: Ram it Up Your Shitter
“In the Loop” (2009)

If you take away nothing else from this Oscar-nominated political satire, it’s that folks in suits aren’t exactly paragons of virtue. The story follows the fevered activities of British and American political pundits as they navigate a potential Middle-East invasion. One such figure, Malcolm Tucker, is the Director of Communications for the British Prime Minister, and boy does he communicate. The bulk of his dialogue is profanity-laden, even when he’s seemingly not that upset. And in one scene, simply discussing departmental responsibilities with a colleague is enough to send him on a flowery tirade.

#8: Cherub-Looking
“21 Jump Street” (2012)

In this film adaptation of the popular ‘80s TV show, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play rookie cops who are recruited to infiltrate a high school and sniff out a drug ring. But before they step foot onto the school’s campus, they have to get a briefing from their Chief of Police, who also happens to be played by a delightfully angry Ice Cube. Like most on-screen police chiefs, he doesn’t seem to like his employees much but that might just be tough love. There’s nothing quite like getting insulted by a former N.W.A. member playing a cop.

#7: Your Mom’s Chest Hair
“Mean Girls” (2004)

“Mean Girls” taught us a lot of things. Like, how to properly catalogue a burn book. Or how a substance abuse problem can strike a film career down in its prime. But, equally as important, it taught us that sometimes, victims of bullying clap back. At least, that’s the case with Janis Ian. The resident goth girl and former best friend of popular girl Regina George, Janis is frequently the target of errant abuse from random students. But that doesn’t mean she can’t deliver in the insult department herself. When one student throws a jab at her while she’s having a conversation with Lindsay Lohan’s character, she doesn’t miss a beat throwing one right back.

#6: Take This Quarter
“Uncle Buck” (1989)

In this classic ‘80s comedy, John Candy plays a hapless lout who’s tasked with watching his nieces and nephew in the midst of a family emergency. As he adjusts to life as a temporary parental unit, he hits a few bumps in the road. When he’s called into a meeting with the assistant principal at his youngest niece’s school, their encounter seems doomed from the start. After the assistant principal berates his 6-year old niece, Buck doesn’t hold himself back in defending Maizy and makes a comment about the obvious growth protruding from the woman’s face.

#5: Teeth on Fire
“Encino Man” (1992)

A teen movie just isn’t a teen movie without a bully, and this movie doesn’t fail to deliver. While the story follows a recently defrosted cave man and his adventures in modern times, it also focuses on the woes of the teenage boy, Dave, who befriends him. Dave is painfully in love with Robyn, but she’s dating the school bully, Matt. Matt uses Dave’s love for Robyn as a constant source of ridicule, and his insults are enough to send even the happiest of kids into an instant depression. So when he sees Dave talking to Robyn, he doesn’t hesitate to put him in his place.

#4: No-Talent Ass Clown
“Office Space” (1999)

It’s gotta suck sharing a name with someone you loathe, and probably worse if that person happens to be famous. This ‘90s hit centers on a group of disgruntled employees and their desire for revenge on their employer. While the plot focuses mainly on the story of Peter, the emotionally numb protagonist, there’s also Michael Bolton, who’s got his own set of problems. With a thankless job that’s on the line at a company he hates, being reminded that he also shares a name with a famous singer is enough to give him some major resentment issues. It also leads to some pretty hilarious insults, especially when he discusses the issue with a coworker.

#3: Get the F*** Outta the Road
“The 40-Year-Old Virgin” (2005)

Sometimes, when you’ve just chased your fleeing girlfriend across town and crashed through a moving billboard in the middle of traffic, you’d like a moment of privacy. Unfortunately for Steve Carell’s character Andy, he’s afforded no such courtesy. After he and his girlfriend get into an argument that sees her bolt from his house, Andy follows her on his bicycle and winds up flat on his back following a tumble through a two-sided sign on the back of a truck. He finally gains the courage to inform his girlfriend that all of their troubles have been connected to his virginity. And just when you think they’re approaching a moment of intimate honesty, a random dude in a car hurls an insult their way.

#2: Really Thirsty
“Con Air” (1997)

When you’re a convict who’s done his time and is just trying to get back to his wife and estranged daughter, the last thing you want is to be caught up in some plane-bound criminal shenanigans. Nic Cage’s character, Cameron Poe, has boarded a plane with the intention of reuniting with his family after completing an 8-year stint in the clink, but a few of the prisoners on board have other plans. Case in point is Cyrus the Virus, who doesn’t appear particularly fond of one of the less savory prisoners and he makes absolutely no pretense about it. Because even murderers have standards and they’re not necessarily going to be shy about expressing themselves.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:
- Chewed Bubble Gum
“Full Metal Jacket” (1987)
- Fat, Stinking Billy Goat
“A Clockwork Orange” (1971)
- Barry Manilow
“The Breakfast Club” (1985)
- Kicking a Can
“White Men Can’t Jump” (1992)
- Ice Cream Flavor
“Wayne’s World” (1992)

#1: Sack of Monkey Shit
“National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (1989)

When you’ve spent the bulk of your professional life working for a boss you can’t stand at a company that you can barely tolerate, you might get a little disgruntled at a less than stellar Christmas bonus. And this exact situation was precisely enough to send Chevy Chase’s character on an extended insult-filled tirade aimed at his less-than-generous employer in this holiday comedy. However what should’ve just been an innocent rant quickly results in a hostage situation. But what’s most important is that he got it all off his chest and we got to laugh heartily at his unhappiness.

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