famous line?

Philippines
August 18, 2008 1:23pm CST
What good is a movie without that famous line such a "You complete me." and "Show me the Money!" by Tom Cruise in the movie Jerry Maguire with Renee Zellweger and Cuba Gooding Jr. So what's your favorite famous line?
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@hellcowboy (7380)
• United States
18 Aug 08
I agree a good movie is nothing without the famous line that everyone knows and can remember,I would say that my favorite movie would have to be Star Wars because of the famous line from Darth Vader where he goes "Luke I am your father" because it helps tie the movie together,and advances the plot,and I think everyone would be able to remember that line.
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• Philippines
18 Aug 08
Yeah I believe so. Its even famous than "May the force be with you".
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@snowy22315 (78591)
• United States
18 Aug 08
I dont know if it is my favorite movie line, but the one that comes to mind is "You cant handle the truth" from a few good men. I guess the most famous one is "Play it again Sam" delivered by Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca. That was a good movie, although typically I dont like old flicks like that.
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• Philippines
18 Aug 08
Yeah I remember that line, Jack Nicholson said that right? He said it to no other than Tom Cruise acting as a Navy Lawyer while Jack is a Colonel who ordered a Code Red. I haven't had the chance to watch Casablanca but I heard lots of good things about it. Hope I could find one in a videoshop near here so I could rent it and watch it. Thanks snowy22315.
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@egdcltd (8555)
18 Aug 08
How about "I'll be back"? It's a classic. Best in the original Terminator film rather than any of the other times Arnie's used it.
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• Philippines
19 Aug 08
Arnold's one liner "I'll be back" is really a classic. I just don't know if that line made him famous or he is famous before he said that line. Either one will do but it is a catchyline, it's like what General Douglas MacArthur told the Filipinos but hisline was "I shall return" before leaving the Philippines. Anyways nice response egdcltd. That is one of the top famous lines that I know.
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@egdcltd (8555)
19 Aug 08
I wouldn't say he was hugely famous before he said that line, but it did come from the film that made him known.
• United States
19 Aug 08
"frankly my dear, i dont give a d***" gone with the wind.. my fav
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• Philippines
20 Aug 08
Never got the chance to watch that movie but I know it's a classic and one of the greatest movie that was ever made. I'll add this to my movie list the next time I go out and rent tapes, if it's still available.
@dani27 (545)
• United States
18 Aug 08
There are so many movies with famous lines. Hmmm I can't really think of what would be my favorite though.
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• Philippines
18 Aug 08
think... think... think hard...
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• United States
19 Aug 08
I love movie trivia. One of the funniest lines in a movie is one that Matthew McConaughey says on "Dazed and Confused": That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.
• United States
19 Aug 08
My fave line is from the movie MY COUSIN VINNY...Vinny is trying to say "the 2 youths" but it comes out "the 2 Yutes"...lol
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@jeiyah_12 (1041)
• Philippines
19 Aug 08
I love the line in Charlie's Angels: Full throttle's ' Bring it on b*****'... I can't get out of my head since I watched the film... Such a trademark, LOLs
• Philippines
20 Aug 08
Was it Cameron Diaz who said that or was it Lucy Liu or Drew Barrymore said. I can't recall but I think it was the first one right before they do their famous pose or was it after they made their pose. Now I'm really confused. But what I'm really sure of is that someone said that to Demi Moore. Thanks Jeiyah_12.