WATCH: Jonah Hill's Funniest Film Moments, From 'Superbad' To 'Get Him To The Greek' (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post UK  |  By Posted: 14/05/2012 15:18 Updated: 14/05/2012 15:26

From his woeful attempts to impress Emma Stone's Jules in Superbad, to his spleen-splitting rants in Knocked Up, Jonah Hill is known for his scene-stealing comic abilities (his Oscar nomination for a serious turn in Moneyball notwithstanding for these purposes).

To celebrate the release today of The Sitter: Totally Irresponsible Edition - the too-rude-for-cinemas version - on DVD and Blu-ray, we look back at Jonah Hill's Top 5 Movie Moments, in chronological order:

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  • 1.) 40-Year Old Virgin (2005)

    In his first cinematic outing, Jonah makes a brief, but memorable, appearance as a wannabe purchaser of some silver, sparkly 70s-style platform boots, in this Steve Carell sex-obsessed comedy:

  • Accepted (2006)

    As Sherman Schrader, Jonah gives a high-pitched, girlish wail; forever consigning him to the world of movie history legends, in this off-the-wall comedy also starring Justin Long and Blake Lively:

  • Superbad (2007)

    The comedy that fully inducted Jonah in to the hall of comedy movie greats. In this scene, Jonah's Seth lambasts Michael Cera's Evan for being "prepared" for the forth-coming high school party and, in doing so, reveals his prowess in delivering high-octane, expletive-laden, hilarious rants:

  • Knocked Up (2007)

    Jonah once again teamed up with Judd Apatow, on production duties, for the Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl led comedy. Once again, Jonah gets rant-tastic in this scene, as one of Ben's (Rogen) stoner friends. Sample line "my shit looked like a fucking stuffed animal":

  • Get Him To The Greek (2010)

    Teaming up with Russell Brand in this 2010 comedy, Jonah plays it relatively straight. Here showing the difficulties of needing to sneeze in an airport when you have thousands of dollars worth of drugs hidden where the sun doesn't shine:

The Sitter: Totally Irresponsible Edition is out on DVD and Blu-ray on Monday from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.

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