"Tommy Boy" is absolutely one of my favorite cult comedy classics! (It was a hit at the box office, but almost all reviews were negative)
I especially love the scenes when Farley/Spade sing together in the car, especially with the Carpenters track. Not to mention when they stop for gas and while Spade is having difficulty locating Davenport on the map, Farley accidentally breaks the car door when backing up too far and slams it into place, and when Spade comes back and motions opening the door, it breaks off and he's holding the panel and he says, acting suprised, "What'd you do?"
"Canadian Bacon" is absolute comic genius too. Watching it now especially, it's so haunting to see all the familiarities to our culture now politically, and the satire feels so real! LOL! "I'll tell you another thing, this beer sucks!" and then the whole hockey arena goes quiet and riots start!
And whoever said "Raising Arizona", absolutely!!! I especially love it when Nicolas Cage's two prison buddies steal the baby they stole in the first place, Nathan Junior, after learning it isn't theirs and he stole them from Nathan Arizona's family, and when they stop at a convenience store and one of the robbers, Evelle, tells the cashier, "All right, I'll take these too. Now you lie down back there, and don't you move till you've counted up to...uh... eight hundred and twenty-five, and then backwards
down to zero. I'll be back to check-see y'ain't cheatin'." Then, when they realize they forgot the baby, they turn around and just as the cashier is in the middle of counting, he says, "Ah, bull(expletive)" and sees the robbers driving back and suprised he continues counting! LOL!
"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other"