FHM.com.ph’s Halakhakan 2013 is here, gentlemen! And to put a smile on those grumpy, overworked, underpaid faces, we celebrate the joy of comedy by honoring nine crackpots whose (monkey) business it is to break your ribs through laughter in the movies.
From slapstick savants to parody stars to sitcom kings, these men are the reason we believe that a guy with a knack for humor is always a ball of entertainment waiting to be unraveled. After hailing these comedy chiefs, chime in on the comments section below to share your opinion on the crude dudes that never fail to have you grinning from ear to ear.
SPIES, EXORCISMS, AND VAMPIRES NEED NOT BE TOO SERIOUS
AS LEARNED FROM: LESLIE NIELSEN
If there was any comedian who was surely serious (“I am serious. And don’t call me Shirley!”) about delivering outrageous parodies, it was the late, great Leslie Nielsen, remembered for films like Airplane! and The Naked Gun. If James Bond, Linda Blair, and Bram Stoker were too much for you to handle, then check out Spy Hard, Repossessed, and Mel Brooks’ Dracula: Dead and Loving It. He also starred in 2001: A Space Travesty and Wrongfully Accused.
If imitation is a form of flattery then consider Leslie Nielsen the king flatterer.
The Naked Gun
As Detective Frank Drebin: “Like a midget at a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes. Like a blind man at an orgy, I was going to have to feel my way through.”