Apart from their great storyline and impressive performances, English movies are also famous for their dialogues. Many English flicks consist of lines where words of insult are frequently used. Although they are commonly used to insult an enemy, many times the ‘F’ and several swear words have also been used in movies to induce humor. Acclaimed film-maker Quentin Tarantino is a famous for incorporating a lot of insulting words in his movies, sometimes, even in scenes where two characters are sharing a lighter moment. The cult classic, ‘Pulp Fiction’, which is very popular among the youth, is one such movie directed by Quentin. Apart from its great Screenplay and stellar performances of its cast, the movie is also known for having more than 400 curse words in its dialogues.
Thus, the impact of these popular movies has encouraged many across the world to use swear words in their language on a regular basis. However, there are many flicks where film-makers chose to use swear language to make scenes seem hilarious and not just stick to the age-old norm of using them in serious contexts.
These are 10 English movies which are known for their use of insulting words in a funnier manner. The tone and context in which these words have been used in these flicks have left many in splits and have proved that even swear language can pave way for comedy. The names in this list include ‘White Men Can’t Jump, ‘Ghost Busters’, ‘The Sandlot’ and others. ‘Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story’ is another widely popular flick which has been included in this list. The movie consists of several funny insult moments which have made the audiences laugh their hearts out. While talking of funny movie insult moments, the adult cartoon series ‘South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut’ definitely deserves a mention. The way the young characters use abusive words in this work of animation, leaves one more amused than disgusted. Their squeaky voices add to the humor, making these swear language sound rather cute.