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Blooper, Outtake, and Gag Reels

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This is one of the only extras on a disc I usually will try to catch. I think it;s a blast watching some of the fun stuff that goes on before we see the "perfected" scenes.
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This is one of the only extras on a disc I usually will try to catch.
For me, it is the only thing I'll watch on a disk.
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For me, it is the only thing I'll watch on a disk.

I like the end of each Rush Hour movie they do the bloopers. It's fun watching them make mistakes and watching Jackie chan do his own stunts.
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At the end of Grumpy Old Men,. Burgess Meredith does about a dozen versions of references, to well, you know...... "ol Mr. One Eye," "Going for a ride on the baloney pony..." It's hysterical.
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I like the end of each Rush Hour movie they do the bloopers. It's fun watching them make mistakes and watching Jackie chan do his own stunts.

Those are great and Chris Tucker is freakinh hilarious!
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Chris Tucker is freakin hilarious!
Man, I am chomping at the bit for a new stand-up routine from him.
Catch one of his HBO specials, the guy is one of the best ever...
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I’ve never laughed as hard as I did during the Carol Burnett Show. You could classify the entire show as nothing but outtakes. Tim Conway was the master.

Jim Carrey’s outtakes are some of the best.

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