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25 of the Best Lines in Movie History

BEST MOVIE LINES – Everyone has a favorite one liner, quote and/or saying that they heard while watching a movie. Some of the lines were craftily written and others are just improvised like what happened in Dumb and Dumber. Jim Carrey was acting in the scene where he saw a news clipping on the wall and improvised the famous line, “We landed on the moon!”  We came up with a list of 25 of the best lines in movie history. Now 25 is not enough to get every great line but we think you would agree that these are some of the best ones. Let’s be real you can make a list of 50 great line from Anchorman alone. So without further ado, enjoy:

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1. Dr. No

(1962)

“Bond. James Bond.”

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2. The Terminator

(1984)

“I’ll be back”


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3. Die Hard

(1988)

“Yippee Ki Yay Mother Fucker”

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4. Apollo 13

(1995)

“Houston, we have a problem.”

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5. A Few Good Men

(1992)

“You can’t handle the truth”

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  • RicardoZagada

    I am pretty sure that in Casablanca, there are two lines more famous:
    -Louie, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
    -We’ll always have Paris.

    But I understand it’s not easy to pick one.

  • http://www.facebook.com/avlisdivad David Silva

    We’re gunna need a bigger boat

  • Marco Brum

    And “Army Of Darkness”?? When Ash says: “Good, bad.. I’m the guy with the gun.”

    • WoWed

      a better line from Army of Darkness would be “Hail to the king, baby”

      • asdfg12

        “Alright you primitive screw heads, listen up. This is my BOOMSTICK!!”

  • Robert

    “There’s no crying in baseball.”? Anchorman?
    Come on…there are so many better lines (and movies) than these…
    How about:

    “Every man dies, not every man lives.” — Braveheart
    “Here endeth the lesson” – The UnTouchables
    “Zed’s dead, baby” — Pulp Fiction
    “…memories washed away, like tears in the rain.” -Blade Runner

  • Paul

    I’m getting too old for this shit. Lethal Weapon or one of its sequels.

    • John Taylor

      Actually, it was Warren Oats in Stripes. Said it as he was riding the top of the assault RV.

  • bepa

    BEST….”The next time someone asks you if you are a god, you say yes”.
    Ghost busters

  • John Taylor

    They did a lot of movie and tv spoofing in the cgi series Reboot. One spoof was You can’t handle the tooth.

    • Inga

      That was originally done (‘you can’t handle the Tooth!) in a sketch on “In Living Color”.

      • John Taylor

        What year was that? If I remember Reboot correctly, it was in 97 at the start of season three.

  • Cynthia

    Lois Lane to Superman, “You’ve got me. Who’s got you?”

  • Inga

    “Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.”

  • Quadzilla

    Aaaaarmy training, Sir!

  • Quadzilla

    “I’m not your friend, palooka”. – Pulp Fiction