65 Funniest Movie Quotes of All Time
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Famous movie quotes and TV quotes are sometimes bigger and more popular than the show they first turned up in. Yes, you’re going to need a bigger boat for this list of funny movie quotes, including great zingers and punchlines from the funniest movies ever. Here are the great comebacks, burns, catchphrases, wisecracks, one-liners and funniest quotes, spanning contemporary movies to Hollywood classics.
Best funny quotes from movies
1. “I’ll have what she’s having.” —Woman in diner, When Harry Met Sally
Look to iconic romantic comedies for funny movie quotes that’ll get you chuckling every time you hear them. Estelle Reiner, director Rob Reiner’s mom, actually delivered this side-splitting line after Meg Ryan, as Sally, effectively proves to Harry (Billy Crystal) that he doesn’t understand women as well as he thinks he does.
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2. “These people are so posh and snobby, they’re snoshy.” —Peik Lin Goh, Crazy Rich Asians
Funny movie quotes abound in this hit rom-com about a Chinese American woman who accompanies her boyfriend to Singapore for a family wedding and discovers he’s basically sought-after super-rich royalty. Constance Wu plays the heroine, with Awkafina as the bestie giving her advice on how to dress and act around the elite family who is definitely about to judge everything about her. Crazy Rich Asians features glorious, high-key weddings that go extra.
3. “Well, nobody’s perfect.” —Osgood Fielding III, Some Like It Hot
In Billy Wilder’s witty gender-bender, Jack Lemmon plays a musician who poses as a woman to thwart the mobsters on his tail. He’s pursued throughout by a millionaire, and when he finally gives up the ruse, the tycoon, Osgood, delivers a rejoinder that offers a progressive quip at the moment the two flee conventional society.
4. “Bye, Felicia.” —Craig, Friday
Ice Cube, as anti-stoner Craig, utters “Bye, Felicia” with a casual, deadpan zing—he doesn’t even give his annoying neighbor, Felicia, a chance to ask for favors before he cuts her off and sends her on her way. The line from 1995’s Friday went on to become one of the most popular funny movie quotes, a now-ubiquitous catchphrase used to dismiss annoyance and shut down a conversation. Time for some 1990s nostalgia!
5. “It’d be a lot cooler if you did.” —Wooderson, Dazed and Confused
Matthew McConaughey delivers one of the most enduring funny movie quotes as the adult stoner, Wooderson, who hobnobs with high schoolers in the 1970s nostalgia comedy Dazed and Confused. While War’s song “Low Rider” rolls in the background, Wooderson picks up a freshman boy, asks him for a joint, and when he discovers the kid doesn’t have one, out rolls the now-famous catchphrase. Dazed and Confused also features a movie soundtrack that will take you back.
6. “Oh right, to call you stupid would be an insult to stupid people … I’ve worn dresses with higher IQs.” —Wanda, A Fish Called Wanda
Kevin Kline plays Otto, an imbecilic criminal who hates to have his stupidity pointed out to him and always tells his girlfriend, Wanda (Jamie Lee Curtis), “Don’t call me stupid.” But Wanda always does, and with good reason, as the two have a tête-à-tête, featuring a wit and an “ape.” An ape who reads philosophy—not that he understands it! Check out the movies that have hilarious titles in other countries.
7. “Look like a bedazzler threw up on that thing … donate it to the My Little Pony Motorcycle club.” —Dina, Girls Trip
Tiffany Haddish shines as Dina in this comedy about four 40-something ride-or-die college friends who go on a girls trip and get a little rowdy. At the airport, when Lisa (Jada Pinkett Smith) presents embellished retro jean vests she made for her squad, Dina keeps it real. Girls Trip travels to New Orleans, and here are the most iconic movies set in each state so you can take a cinematic road trip from your very own couch.
8. “Oh, I don’t know. I suppose it doesn’t help that underneath our clothes our entire bodies are covered in scales.” —Bridget Jones, Bridget Jones’s Diary
A smug-married couple teases Bridget, the quintessential funny, lovable “singleton,” and asks her why so many like her are unwed. Renee Zellweger as Bridget delivers the line with her signature wry and dry wit, and yes, Mr. Darcy (Colin Firth) takes note across the stuffy dinner party table. This hit comedy was adapted from Helen Fielding’s bestselling novel.
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9. “Big mistake. Big. Huge.” —Vivian, Pretty Woman
It’s payback and comeback-line time in Pretty Woman when Julia Roberts as Vivian revisits a chichi Beverly Hills boutique and delivers this line to the snooty saleswoman who previously turned her away. She’s dressed in designer duds and laden with shopping bags, and the snob has lost a big commission. Big. Huge.
10. “The numbers all go to 11.” —Nigel Tufnel, Spinal Tap
Christopher Guest, an auteur of hilarious mockumentaries like Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show, stars as Nigel, the hard rocker whose amp knobs don’t stop at 10. They’re one notch louder, as he explains to Rob Reiner, who plays the fictional documentarian following the legendary metal band “Spinal Tap.”
11. “He slimed me.” —Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters
Bill Murray utters the clever one-liner as scientist Peter Venkman in this classic comedy about paranormal wisecrackers saving the big city from monsters. Venkman squirms like a capsized insect after a close encounter with the computer-animated, crass, potato-esque ghost.
12. “I am serious, and don’t call me Shirley.” —Dr. Rumack, Airplane
Leslie Nielsen perfects his deadpan, serious-guy routine in the hit comedy Airplane, which is filled with funny movie quotes. The series lampoons ’70s-era disaster flicks while bouncing from gag to gag with comical glee. Airplane goes for slapstick and absurdity, but word puns also play for laughs, as when Nielsen as Dr. Rumack responds to “Surely, you can’t be serious” with this silly, but chuckle-worthy, retort.
13. “Bueller … Bueller … Bueller … Bueller?” —Economics teacher, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Ben Stein’s epic wooden delivery of taking attendance captures the almost existential ennui of the high school classroom experience. Matthew Broderick plays the iconic high-schooler who skips class and gets the audience rooting for any and all similar escapees. Your kids just might get inspired by the plot.
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14. “How the hell did you get the beans above the frank?” —Mary’s dad, There’s Something About Mary
Keith David plays the dad sent into the bathroom to check on his daughter’s prom date in the raucous comedy There’s Something About Mary. Ben Stiller plays the hapless teenager who accidentally zips up his pants in such a way as to ensnare body parts within the usually smooth-moving, enclosing apparatus.
15. “Try more gum!” —Albert, The Birdcage
Nathan Lane emits comic dazzle as Albert the stage diva partnered with Armand (Robin Williams) in this uproarious comedy about being true to yourself in the face of conservative stodginess and hypocrisy. Armand gives stage direction to a subdued, gum-chewing dancer who claims the gum helps him think. Williams performs a great riff on dance style, but the guy says he doesn’t get it. Albert tosses the gum zinger in a comedy filled with great setups and funny movie quotes. The funny, happy ending is one of the best.
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16. “I have nipples, Greg. Could you milk me?” —Jack Byrnes, Meet the Parents
Ben Stiller plays the nervous Greg, who accompanies his fiancee home to meet her parents. Robert De Niro plays her stern, impossible-to-impress father, who pushes Greg into expanding on white lies about growing up on a farm and milking cats. After Greg mimes milking cats he claims you can milk anything with nipples, and De Niro’s dad character clarifies with further questioning.
17. “I’ll be taking these Huggies and whatever cash you got.” —H.I. McDunnough, Raising Arizona
Nicolas Cage plays H.I., an ex-con who can’t seem to leave his criminal past behind even after he marries a police officer and becomes a parent—through kidnapping a baby. He falls back into his old ways in the hilarious scene where he pulls pantyhose over his face and robs a convenience store while his wife and child wait in the car.
18. “Welcome to earth! (*pulls out a cigar*) Now that’s what I call a close encounter.” —Captain Steven Hiller, Independence Day
Will Smith delivers this crowd-pleasing zinger after he shoots down an alien ship, parachutes to safety, then stomps to the crashed UFO and socks the slimy alien in the face. Finally, Smith’s fighter plane captain takes a brief repose with a celebratory cigar on top of the spacecraft.
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19. “Face it, girls. I’m older, and I have more insurance.” —Evelyn, Fried Green Tomatoes
Kathy Bates plays Evelyn, a woman who’s finding her inner voice and natural strength—through a little road rage. After two younger women steal her parking space, they quip that they’re younger and faster. Evelyn goes full-throttle and thrashes their small convertible with her much more substantial sedan. Next, she zings them with her fearless one-liner.
20. “You relax. You’re the dead guy.” —Oda Mae Brown, Ghost
Whoopi Goldberg plays the psychic medium Oda Mae Brown in Ghost, a performance that won her a Best Supporting Actress Oscar. She banters with Sam (Patrick Swayze as the titular ghost) as the two go back and forth over how to communicate with Molly, played by Demi Moore, as she looks on confused while Oda Mae appears to be talking to herself.
21. “Napoleon, don’t be jealous that I’ve been chatting online with babes all day.” —Kip Dynamite, Napoleon Dynamite
Napoleon Dynamite is flippin’ funny. Jon Heder plays the miserable and adorable Midwestern high-schooler with an artistic streak, a unique dance style and a brother named Kip. After Napoleon chastises him for eating all the freakin’ chips, Kip offers this rejoinder. Besides, he’s training to be a cage fighter. Napoleon’s dance number may put you in the mood for something a little less weird. Follow up with the best dance movies of all time.
22. “If we get any more white people in here this is gonna be a suburb.” —Motormouth Maybelle, Hairspray
John Travolta’s in drag as Edna when she walks into a joint run by Queen Latifah’s Maybelle, who doles out the witty remark. The white kids already said they were scared to be there, and Maybelle points out that Black people are the ones who have something to fear in this musical with themes of integration and racial equality.
23. “Damned alligator just popped up, cut me down in my prime. He got me, but I tore one of that bastard’s eyes out though.” —Chubbs Peterson, Happy Gilmore
Adam Sandler stars as a hockey player turned golfer whose unorthodox ways ruffle the golfing community. Carl Weathers gives a brilliant comedic performance as an injured pro, Chubbs Peterson, delivering this line to explain his prosthetic hand, with an eyeball jar as proof.
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24. “Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.” —Margo Channing, All About Eve
All About Eve drips with biting snark and spirited jabs. Bette Davis and Anne Baxter play warring actresses, and Davis as Margo tosses martinis and wit during a cocktail party filled with rapid repartee. Marilyn Monroe made her major film debut, delivering a few one-liners herself in this wry classic.
25. “Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?” —Indiana Jones, Raiders of the Lost Ark
They’re actually quite dangerous asps, as reported by Indiana Jones’s sidekick, Sallah (John Rhys-Davies). Harrison Ford plays the wisecracking adventurer in this classic hit that punctuates action with comic relief, as in this scene where they’re close to the ark with only Jones’s No. 1 fear standing in their way.
26. “You’d never know it. They look just like new.” —Lorelei Lee, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Marilyn Monroe quips this breathy punchline in response to hearing that heirloom diamonds have been in a family for ages. She stars with Jane Russell as Lorelei, a showgirl caught up in a diamond brouhaha on a cruise ship.
27. “Shut up and deal.” —Miss Kubelik, The Apartment
Billy Wilder wrote and directed this edgy love story, boundary-pushing in its day, that offered sweetness and romance in the midst of cynicism and despair. Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine play star-crossed paramours who fall in love but can’t quite express it. In the film’s final moments, Lemmon’s junior exec guy finally declares his love, and MacLaine as the spunky Miss Kubelik claps back with wit and a smile that takes the sting out.
28. “The fall will probably kill ya!” —Butch Cassidy, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Screen idols Robert Redford and Paul Newman star as the famed outlaws on the run who deliver witty banter before the infamous cliff jump scene. Newman as Butch finally figures out why the kid doesn’t want to take the leap: He can’t swim—which doesn’t matter, since the fall will probably do him in.
29. “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” —Chief Brody, Jaws
Jaws was one of the original blockbusters, both mesmerizing and terrorizing audiences in the summer of 1975, when it first premiered. Filled with tension, Roy Scheider’s line as Chief Brody cuts the suspense with comic relief after the audience’s first jump-scare sighting of the shark.
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30. “You were never four and a half, you were born 26.” —Paula McFadden, The Goodbye Girl
Quinn Cummings was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar as the precocious daughter (born 26) of single mom Paula (Marsha Mason), who’s ditched by her boyfriend right before they’re all supposed to move to L.A. Richard Dreyfuss shows up as the man who sublets her apartment in this Neil Simon comedy filled with fast-paced witty dialogue.
31. “You know, you drive almost slow enough to drive Miss Daisy.” —Mike Lowrey, Bad Boys
Will Smith as Mike ribs his partner Marcus (Martin Lawrence) as the two patrol Miami in this high-octane thriller that makes use of stylized action and destruction. Director Michael Bay’s first major feature film uses one-liners, a rock score and beautifully lit cinematography to infuse this buddy-cop film with humor and flair.
32. “That’s called the ‘quart of blood’ technique. Do that, a quart of blood will drop out a person’s body.” —Billy Ray Valentine, Trading Places
In one of Eddie Murphy’s early breakout roles, he plays Billy Ray Valentine in Trading Places. He impresses fellow detainees in jail by demonstrating his absurdly adorable, not to mention hilarious, ways of combating enemies. They’re outrageous, but so, so, funny—just like the rest of this comedy about giving the rich a taste of the revenge they deserve.
33. “We’re werewolves, not swear-wolves.” —Werewolves, What We Do in the Shadows
Jermaine Clement and Taika Waititi co-wrote, co-directed and star in this clever, side-splitting mockumentary about vampire roommates making their way in modern times. It’s now adapted into a hit TV series about supernatural beings, including werewolves. In one riotous confrontation, the vampires razz werewolves by pushing all their buttons, like their code against cursing.
34. “Look at the size of that. I’ve taken sponge baths in smaller bowls than that.” —Buck Laughlin, Best in Show
Christopher Guest’s hilarious mockumentary lampooning dogs and the owners who love them features a funny finale sequence at an esteemed dog show, where the cast convenes. Fred Willard stars as a hilarious, but out-of-bounds and totally inappropriate announcer who adds commentary in contrast to the strait-laced canine expert at his side, played by Jim Piddock. Best in Show will probably get you in the mood for pooch movies.
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35. “That, and I’ll just snowball on top of that, also Fight Club. Female fight club. We grease up, we pull in. Lillian doesn’t know, so it’s ‘Surprise! We’re gonna fight!'” —Megan, Bridesmaids
Melissa McCarthy plays Megan, the groom’s sister, who makes for an unconventional bridesmaid in this uproarious comedy. The women decide on a theme for the bridal shower, and after dressing up as a favorite Pixar character gets suggested, Megan snowballs forward with her hilarious idea.
36. “That is my least vulnerable spot.” —Captain Renault, Casablanca
Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine reminds Captain Renault (Claude Rains) that he’s got a gun pointed right at his heart. The unflappable Captain quips back with this witty line that belies any vulnerability. Have you seen this Best Picture winner filled with famous one-liners? Believe it or not, it’s one of the movies that people lie most about watching.
37. “By all means move at a glacial pace, you know how that thrills me.” —Miranda Priestly, The Devil Wears Prada
Meryl Streep brims with shade, sarcasm and sinister wit as fashion magazine commander, Miranda Priestly, the quintessential nightmare boss who demands perfection. Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt play the assistants who receive verbal jabs as they try and fail to meet expectations.
38. “Oh my God. She’s so drunk.” —Shaun, Shaun of the Dead
Millennial malaise gets the zombie treatment in this comedy that upends the genre and makes monster mayhem funny. Simon Pegg plays Shaun, who loses his girlfriend, grapples with his sad-sack roomie best friend and tries to save the world. It takes a while for Shaun to realize the apocalypse has started, and first he thinks the walking dead are either hungover or wasted.
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39. “Please. Have mercy. I’ve been wearing the same underwear since Tuesday.” —Neal Page, Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Steve Martin and John Candy star as businessmen on their way home for the holidays who find themselves enduring mishap after mishap in a cross-country odyssey filled with zippy one-liners, absurd setups and a surprising amount of heart. In one scene, Martin’s exec Neal pleads with the motel desk guy to give him a room even though he doesn’t have the cash and his credit cards are still smoking from a recent fire.
40. “There are no teams.” —Royal Tenenbaum, The Royal Tenenbaums
Gene Hackman plays the notorious patriarch Royal in Wes Anderson’s quirky family comedy. In a flashback scene, he aims a BB gun at his young son Chas, who’s about to be ambushed by siblings. “We’re on the same team, ” cries the youngster as his dad fires a scarring shot in a scene that mixes wry hilarity with pathos.
41. “They’re like dogs. You have to clean them and feed them. They’re just like these nervous creatures that jump and slobber all over you.” —Cher, Clueless
That’s Alicia Silverstone as the iconic chichi high-schooler Cher, describing teenage boys in Clueless. Right on cue, one of them approaches, and she pushes him off with her signature catchphrase: “As if!”
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Funny Christmas movie quotes
42. “Keep the change, ya filthy animal!” —Kevin, Home Alone
The infamous child left home alone, Macaulay Culkin as Kevin in Home Alone shows legendary ingenuity when he uses the pause and fast-forward buttons on his VCR to freak out a pizza delivery guy. He’s blasting the dialogue from a fictional, old-timey gangster movie to the deliverer just outside the door, who first hears “Leave it on the doorstep” and finally has to tear away to a barrage of bullets after being told his guts will be pumped full of lead.
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43. “Well, I don’t know what to say, except that it’s Christmas and we’re all in misery.” —Audrey, Christmas Vacation
The Griswolds try to get through a family holiday amid all manner of mayhem and hilarity. Juliette Lewis is teen daughter Audrey, complaining about all the sacrifices she’s making hosting relatives. Beverly D’Angelo plays mom Ellen, who tosses off this quip with a cheerful lilt that says it all while she lights a stress cigarette.
44. “You stink. You smell like beef and cheese. You don’t smell like Santa.” —Buddy the Elf, Elf
Will Ferrell plays Buddy the Elf in this modern classic filled with funny Christmas movie quotes. In this scene, he faces the horror of an imposter department-store Santa. He de-beards the guy, even as a child sits on his lap, and a chase ensues in this Christmas comedy all about true belief and the real magic of Mr. Claus and his North Pole helpers. These are more of the best Christmas movies to watch during the holiday season.
45. “Yeah, I mean there’s nothing more erotic than concealing your authentic selves.” —John, Happiest Season
Dan Levy steals his scenes as the BFF of a woman who goes home with her girlfriend for the holidays and tries to convince her parents they’re both straight. Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis play the couple, and Levy is John, who counsels Stewart to give up the ruse and be true to herself.
46. “4:00, wallow in self-pity; 4:30, stare into the abyss; 5:00, solve world hunger, tell no one; 5:30, jazzercize; 6:30, dinner with me—I can’t cancel that again; 7:00, wrestle with my self-loathing … I’m booked. Of course, if I bump the loathing to 9, I could still be done in time to lay in bed, stare at the ceiling and slip slowly into madness.” —The Grinch, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
In this live action adaptation of Dr. Seuss’s beloved story, Jim Carrey hilariously plays the Grinch as an over-the-top reclusive curmudgeon. The Grinch eventually learns the true meaning of Christmas with the help of Whoville, but before his heart swells three sizes, he plots out his daily calendar for himself.
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47. “Call me elf one more time.” —Buddy the Elf, Elf
Peter Dinklage plays Miles Finch, a bestselling children’s book author. Buddy offends Miles in an important meeting by mistaking him for an elf because of his height. Dinklage delivers this iconic line before launching himself across the table to fight Buddy.
48. “Does it sound like I’m ordering a pizza?” —John McClane, Die Hard
This unconventional holiday movie follows New York cop John McClane, played by Bruce Willis, as he tries to end a hostage situation at a company Christmas party. He calls for help to report the terrorist takeover, and when a security agent informs him he is using a channel reserved for emergency calls only, he replies with this frustrated (but hilarious) response.
49. There are children throwing snowballs instead of throwing heads, they’re busy building toys and absolutely no one’s dead.” —Jack Skellington, The Nightmare Before Christmas
In this Tim Burton flick, Jack Skellington, the pumpkin king, gets tired of his life as the hero of Halloweentown, where monsters prepare for Halloween all year. When Jack slips through a portal into Christmastown, he can’t believe his eyes! But his newfound love for Christmas is at odds with his Halloweentown identity in this sad but sweet seasonal film.
50. “You’ll shoot your eye out, kid.” —Santa, A Christmas Story
Poor Ralphie. All he wants in this Christmas classic is an official Red Ryder carbine action BB gun, but his mother warns him that he can’t have it because he’ll shoot his eye out. Ralphie is dead set on it anyway and finally works up the nerve to tell Santa what he wants for Christmas. Woe of woes: Santa echoes his mother’s advice!
Funny love quotes from movies
51. “I know.” —Han Solo, The Empire Strikes Back
The inimitable Carrie Fisher as Leia tells Harrison Ford’s Han Solo she loves him. The princess throws out “I love you” just as the noncommittal rogue descends into carbonite. He lobs back the ultimate wisecrack, and it’s funny and heartbreaking at once, making it one of the best funny love quotes from movies.
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52. “Snap out of it!” —Loretta, Moonstruck
Cher plays Loretta, a bride-to-be who accidentally falls for the brother of her intended. When the lovestruck bro (Nicolas Cage) tells Loretta “I’m in love with you,” she delivers the famous line after two hard slaps across his face to drive the point home.
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53. “So, you’re telling me there’s a chance!” —Lloyd, Dumb and Dumber
Jim Carrey as the hapless and idiotic Lloyd tries to find out if there’s any way he’ll ever end up with Mary (Lauren Holly). She gives it to him straight: He has a one-in-a-million chance. He’s excited by those odds!
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54. “Love is patient, love is kind, love means slowly losing your mind.” —Kevin, 27 Dresses
In this romantic comedy, Katherine Heigl stars as Jane, a woman who has been a bridesmaid in 27 weddings but hasn’t found love for herself. She meets wedding reporter and marriage cynic Kevin in a taxi, and Kevin tries to impress with this line. But despite their rocky beginning, the two find themselves growing into an unlikely relationship.
55. “Here’s the deal. I love you. I know I do, because I’ve never been so scared in my entire life, and I once shared an elevator with Saddam Hussein. Just me and Saddam, and this is way scarier. I love you.” —Charlotte, Long Shot
In this rom-com, free-spirited journalist Ben (Seth Rogen) meets sophisticated politician Charlotte (Charlize Theron) and realizes that she was his childhood crush, now grown up. Charlotte impulsively makes Ben her speechwriter for her presidential run as they navigate their relationship.
56. “As you wish.” —Westley, The Princess Bride
In this iconic ’80s movie, Westley is a farm boy in love with the beautiful Buttercup, whom he works for. All he ever says to her is “as you wish,” which really means “I love you.” The two are separated when Westley seemingly dies, only for them to be reunited in time for Westley to try to save Buttercup from mortal danger—and her loathed betrothal to Prince Humperdink.
57. “I hate it when you lie. I hate it when you make me laugh, even worse when you make me cry. I hate it when you’re not around, and the fact that you didn’t call. But mostly I hate the way I don’t hate you. Not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all.” —Kat, 10 Things I Hate About You
In this Shakespearean-based rom-com, Patrick (Heath Ledger) is paid to date the cantankerous Kat (Julia Stiles), but the two end up actually falling in love. When Kat finds out about the money, she dumps Patrick. But when she reads her poetry assignment in front of her English class, this poem reveals that she still loves him despite it all.
58. “I can’t believe it. I’m in love. I’m in love with a young, handsome, talented duke.” —Satine, Moulin Rouge
In Moulin Rouge, courtesan Satine (Nicole Kidman) falls in love with Christian (Ewan McGregor), who Satine believes to be a wealthy duke. The only catch? Christian is actually a writer, a totally broke bohemian. A love triangle between Christian, Satine and the real duke ensues in this campy, tragicomic jukebox musical.
Funny Disney movie quotes
59. “You’re a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity.” —Buzz Lightyear, Toy Story
Buzz Lightyear gives it to Woody straight after he tries to convince him he’s actually a toy and not an astronaut. Tim Allen and Tom Hanks give voice to the smart-aleck toy characters in this heartwarming animated classic that’s both funny and sweet.
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60. “I’m Ant-Man.” —Ant-Man, Ant-Man
Only Paul Rudd could deliver the movie title as a great punchline, and Rudd’s comedic genius goes full-throttle as the unlikely superhero Ant-Man. The actor’s signature sheepish, sweetheart persona infuses the hapless heroics as he learns the ropes of being the ultimate good guy.
61. “There is no way I’m kissing a frog and eating a bug in the same day.” —Princess Tiana, The Princess and the Frog
Talk about a rough day! In this modern-day Disney classic, hardworking Tiana is kissed by a frog—who is really Prince Naveen, a victim of evil magic. But instead of Prince Naveen turning back into a human, Tiana also turns into a frog, sending them on an adventure to return to human form (and eat a couple bugs on the way).
62. “I’m surrounded by idiots. ” —Scar, The Lion King
Scar is the villain in The Lion King for killing Mufasa, lion king of the Pride Lands, in an attempt to take over power. But nobody said it’s easy being evil! This famous line about Scar’s hyena henchmen is a show-stealer.
63. “Wrong lever!” —Yzma, Emperor’s New Groove
Yzma and her lovable but not very smart henchman Kronk are descending into their evil lair. That is, until Kronk pulls the wrong lever, and instead of bringing them to the lair, it opens a trapdoor below Yzma and she falls into a pit. She returns moments later with a crocodile biting her, grumbling, “Why do we even have that lever?”
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64. “I’m gonna hit you so hard, it’ll make your ancestors dizzy.” —Yao, Mulan
When Mulan first enters the soldiers’ camp disguised as a man, dragon Mushu (Eddie Murphy) directs her how to walk and talk to blend in. Following Mushu’s advice on how to make friends, Mulan punches soldier Yao then slaps his butt. Yao promptly threatens to clobber Mulan, but they end up being friends anyways.
65. “‘Greater good’? I am your wife! I’m the greatest good you are ever gonna get!” —Frozone’s wife, The Incredibles
Trying to respond to a report of danger, ice hero Frozone can’t find his super suit—his wife has hidden it and won’t give it back, because they have a date planned. She insists, “Don’t you think about running off doing no derring-do. We’ve been planning this dinner for two months!” When Frozone argues he needs his suit “for the greater good,” his wife responds with the best line of the entire movie.