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Comedy Travel: More Travel Movies With A Laugh!

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Comedy Travel is something I’m right into – I recently wrote about a few Funny Travel Movies in a previous post.

Well here are another 5 Comedy Travel Movies to make you chuckle!

Beer Fest


Beer Fest is totally silly movie about some young Americans wanting to beat the Germans at Beer Drinking.

The ‘plot’ involves two brothers travelling to Germany for Oktoberfest, only to stumble upon secret, centuries-old competition described as a “Fight Club” with beer games.  In Munich, the Yanks are comprehensively beaten by their German counterparts at Beer Drinking.

This motivates the Yanks into a full scale ‘Beer Training’ Schedule so that they can beat the Germans in Munich.

And that’s pretty much it for the plot.  There’s not much more to it. It’s just silly.

Funniest Bit: The Opening Line – If you attempt to drink this much… You Will Die.

The Hangover


One with a road trip theme.  A few guys go to Las Vegas for a bucks night, only for things to go crazy.

No one knows what happened the next morning, and the buck is missing (along with a front tooth).

A hilarious and frantic search for him throughout the following day provides a laugh a minute.

It’s probably not a great movie to take your fiancée along to!

Funniest Bit: when the guys scroll through the previous night’s photos at the end of the movie and figure out what happened!

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure


An oldie but a goodie from the early late 1980’s.

Basically, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure is two metal-head slackers who travel through time in order to collect a truckload of historical figures (such as Billy the Kid, Socrates and Abraham Lincoln) for their high school history presentation.

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Actually, that’s not such a bad idea!

Of course, their time travel adventures lead them to a number of strange and bizarre experiences, but overall, this movie is not meant to be taken seriously and is a lot of fun.

Funniest Bit: I remember being at University watching this movie on VHS (you know, video tape). We had to take a swig of beer everytime someone said ‘Dude’.  I think Dude is said about 40 million times in this movie.

The Gods Must Be Crazy


This one is even older than Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure – from the early 1980s!

A Coke bottle drops from a plane in southern Africa, and the world is changed forever.

The movie has 3 three separate sub plots:

the journey of a bushman to the end of the earth who tries to get rid of a Coca-Cola bottle, an unlikely romance between a bumbling scientist and a schoolteacher, and a band of guerrillas (ie. war mongering rebels, not animals) on the run.

The film grossed over $100 million worldwide, but the main bushman character, Nǃxau, was reportedly paid less than $2,000!

Funniest Bit: when Xi looks through a telescope and wants to know how the people got into it.


I think this movie is even more wrong than Borat.  Much like Sacha Baron Cohen’s previous effort in Borat, Bruno is more of the same politically incorrect fanfare that has most people squirming in their seats.


Sacha Baron Cohen’s character, is a gay Austrian fashion reporter who travels to the United States after losing his job.  Sacha Cohen does a great job of portraying gay ‘stereotypes’ (and maybe inventing some more!), in the name of creating socially awkward situations that would make Paris Hilton Blush.

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So wrong, but then yet so funny.

Funniest Bit: Not sure if it’s that funny, but it’s definitely wrong.  The bit where Bruno visits someone with ‘mystical powers’ to try and contact the dead member of Milli Vanilli.  Shocking.

More Comedy Travel Stuff

There you go, there’s some Comedy Travel for today! Check out these crazy and silly Travel Movies!

Hope you enjoyed this post about Comedy Travel and some more Funny Travel Movies.  If you’ve got any others, leave a suggestion!



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3 thoughts on “Comedy Travel: More Travel Movies With A Laugh!”

  1. Avatar Of Lara Dunston

    They’re real guilty pleasures those ones, aren’t they? And I have to say ‘guilty’ as I was a filmmaker and taught film in a former life, and I know I’m not supposed to love them, but I do – I’ve never laughed so hard as I have in Borat (and I’ve seen it several times) and The Hangover. I’m dying to see Hangover 2 set in Bangkok!

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