It doesn't happen often, but every once in a while a comedy will come along that you think is the funniest darn thing since Monty Python met King Arthur ... and everyone else thinks your crazy. Now that 'The Change-Up' has finally hit theaters and the general consensus has been tallied together by the fine folks over at Rotten Tomatoes, it looks we've landed in the proud minority of people who think it was hilarious. And that's okay, everyone's entitled to their opinions and sometimes that's just how it goes. But by the same token, this isn't the first time we've found ourselves raising an eyebrow at what the masses consider "unfunny."

So we decided to do some research and check out what the Tomatometer had to say about some of our favorite comedies. For the most part, they were dead on, but here's to hoping that we find ourselves vindicated when 'The Change-Up' some day finds itself joining the ranks of these other wildly under-appreciated, R-rated comedy gems.
The Change-Up
R2011
Based on 35 critics

An overworked lawyer and his seemingly carefree buddy awake to find they have switched bodies. Read More

Billy Madison
PG-131995
Based on 13 critics

Adult goof-off (Adam Sandler) goes back to elementary school. Read More

Tommy Boy.
PG-131995
In Theaters on March 31st, 1995

A ne'er-do-well auto-parts heir must stop his father's widow from selling the business. Read More

Step Brothers
R2008
Based on 33 critics

Two spoiled men (Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly) become rivals when their parents marry. Read More

MacGruber
R2010
Based on 24 critics

A clueless soldier-of-fortune (Will Forte) must retrieve a stolen nuke from his sworn enemy. Read More

Half Baked
R1998
Based on 14 critics

Potheads (Dave Chappelle, Guillermo Diaz, Jim Breuer) sell marijuana to raise bail for a friend. Read More

Dirty Work
PG-131998
In Theaters on February 10th, 1998

Underachievers (Norm Macdonald, Artie Lange) form a revenge-for-hire business. Read More

Super Troopers
R2001
Based on 24 critics

Five state troopers (Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme) try to stop drug dealers. Read More