Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety-Benjamin Franklin
I hate to say it but there isn't much freedom in America anymore. We think we're free but we're not. The only way we will get it back and our other freedoms is if millions of us rise up and stand up for our rights.
This would sometimes mean jail time. But see most people don't want to go to jail, don't want to risk their small comforts to have their full freedoms. I'm not surprised that the great experiment went from freedom to fascism.
I'll watch it on dvd.
For me, it's a toss-up between a few. However, I probably have to go with Superbad.
It came out when I was in Grade 12 and let me tell you, it is the ultimate high school comedy. I can still watch it and get the same level of enjoyment and hilarity from it like I did when I first saw it. What was so hilarious about it was that the entire movie (with the exception of the cops, were a little over the top, but on purpose) was basically a snapshot of the average guy in high school. Seth Rogen, who wrote the movie, just nailed how high school guys talk to each other, and it made for one of the funniest movies ever.
Some other strong candidates are:
-Slap Shot: I had a hard time not picking this one. It's just hysterical, and being in love with hockey really helps (which I am). Paul Newman and the Hansen brothers in that movie? Pure classic.
-Office Space: This movie captures what the average office environment is like perfectly. Every scene, you're going to almost fall off your chair laughing. It's a small cast, but they do an excellent job. One of my all time favorites.
-Caddyshack: After Slap Shot, the funniest sports movie ever. Rodney Dangerfield is just hysterical. Plus, Chevy Chase and every scene the judge is in? Just awesome.
-Animal House: By far John Belushi's best role. Again, a great guy comedy. I love this movie.
"Airplane!" is great! Definitely the best of the lot.
Don't bother with any of the sequels (Airplane and Naked Gun), they just rehash the same jokes over and over, again.
I'd have to put "Top Secret!" just slightly ahead of "The Naked Gun", only because "Top Secret!" takes more chances with it's humor than "The Naked Gun". "The Naked Gun" had the history of the "Police Squad" TV series to try and recreate, while "Top Secret!" had no such restriction and could be more free-wheeling.
Also, if you like these movies, try "Real Genius".