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2009-05-05 06:00:39 PM  
"Rosebud" made it, that's all I care about.

/suck it, haters.
 
2009-05-05 06:04:52 PM  
When both Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider show up in the first fifteen seconds, that is a steaming pile of fail.
 
2009-05-05 06:13:09 PM  
Nabb1: When both Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider show up in the first fifteen seconds, that is a steaming pile of fail.

Especially when there's no Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday....
 
2009-05-05 06:22:26 PM  
That's a lot of Jack.
 
2009-05-05 06:28:14 PM  
"The hardest part about playing chicken is knowing when to flinch."

Hmm... anything else they missed? I'll have to think about it.
 
2009-05-05 07:03:28 PM  
"Leave the gun. Take the canoli."
 
2009-05-05 07:04:26 PM  
Well he shoulda have armed himself, if he's gonna decorate his saloon with my friend.
 
2009-05-05 07:05:43 PM  
"Want a beer?"
"It's ten o'clock in the morning!"
"Scotch?"
 
2009-05-05 07:13:51 PM  
"You can be blasé about some things, Rose, but not about Titanic. It's over a hundred feet longer than the Mauritania and far more luxurious."
 
2009-05-05 07:15:15 PM  
You know what ol' Jack Burton always says at a time like this?
 
2009-05-05 07:24:59 PM  
Jesus Christ, half of those aren't even the best lines in the movies (or movie franchises) they're taken from. And the presence of Rob Schneider makes me want to vomit.
 
2009-05-05 07:33:55 PM  
Soylent green is people?
 
2009-05-05 07:38:58 PM  
Not a single line from "Blazing Saddles" in the comedy section? Not a single line from "Casablanca" in the drama section? I can think of dozens of similar omissions. This collection seems a bit, I dunno, random, doesn't it?
 
2009-05-05 07:48:43 PM  
Cyberluddite: Not a single line from "Blazing Saddles" in the comedy section? Not a single line from "Casablanca" in the drama section? I can think of dozens of similar omissions. This collection seems a bit, I dunno, random, doesn't it?

They really should just rename it "100 of the most memorable movie lines out of 1000 that memorable movie lines based on taste and age in 200 seconds" and be done with it.
 
2009-05-05 07:49:18 PM  
Or something.....

/one too many thats
 
2009-05-05 07:58:02 PM  
Alternate titles:

"100 most memorable lines from movies we could download from bittorrent in the two hours it took to slap this video together, upload to YouTube and submit to Fark."

or...

"MPAA, you can contact us c/o YouTube..."
 
2009-05-05 08:07:50 PM  
I was looking for Rhett Butler's line and I was not disappointed.
 
2009-05-05 08:36:15 PM  
"Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."

"There was a demon who lived in the air...."

"You trying to say Jesus Christ can't hit a curveball?"

"Bueller? Bueller?"

"Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!"
 
2009-05-05 08:38:25 PM  
I was trying to find their source for the list and couldn't. But I did find this gem:

American Film Institute 100 Greatest Movie Quotes
 
2009-05-05 08:41:15 PM  
It's all ball bearings nowadays
 
2009-05-05 08:57:44 PM  
Chef Boy R Dee? It's spaghetti in a can.
 
2009-05-05 09:01:36 PM  
The Jerk?
Dumb and Dumber?
//??
 
2009-05-05 09:02:14 PM  
If you want awesome movie lines....watch Commando.

"Let off some steam Bennett!"


"you leave anything for us?"
"just bodies"
 
2009-05-05 09:05:42 PM  
Got 3/4 guesses. No "I must break you" though. Disappointed.
 
2009-05-05 09:08:21 PM  
Cyberluddite: Not a single line from "Blazing Saddles" in the comedy section? Not a single line from "Casablanca" in the drama section? I can think of dozens of similar omissions. This collection seems a bit, I dunno, random, doesn't it?

Casablanca was in there.
 
2009-05-05 09:08:51 PM  
Cut me Mick.
 
2009-05-05 09:09:28 PM  
MuadDib: Nabb1: When both Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider show up in the first fifteen seconds, that is a steaming pile of fail.

Especially when there's no Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday....


The list is pretty good, but I gotta side with you on the Doc Holiday thing. As a matter of fact, it's my personal opinion that Tombstone is - as a single unit - the most quotable movie in the world. It's loaded to the gills with awesome lines - a lot of which belong to Doc.
 
2009-05-05 09:10:25 PM  
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/must break this list
 
2009-05-05 09:11:48 PM  
haemaker: Alternate titles:

"100 most memorable lines from movies we could download from bittorrent in the two hours it took to slap this video together, upload to YouTube and submit to Fark."

or...

"MPAA, you can contact us c/o YouTube..."



Ahh, the Den of Fail model. Now I understand.
 
2009-05-05 09:15:11 PM  
"Welcome to the party, pal" instead of "yipee-ki-yay, motherfarker?" I don't THINK SO.

/that was fun
 
2009-05-05 09:15:11 PM  
Linger: You know what ol' Jack Burton always says at a time like this?

The check is in the mail.

\5 by Arnold and no Kurt Russell or Bill Murray?
 
2009-05-05 09:17:23 PM  
Glad they had it:

"Go ahead, make my day." - Sudden Impact

Should have been included:

"I ain't got time to bleed." - Predator
"Well do ya, punk?" - Dirty Harry
 
2009-05-05 09:18:51 PM  
I approve
 
2009-05-05 09:19:44 PM  
"Yeah. Let's go get sushi and not pay."

or

"Didn't ask for a dime. Two dollars."

or

"You're rather attractive for a beautiful girl with a great body. "
 
2009-05-05 09:19:54 PM  
At #28, from Total Recall:
"Give these people air."

Um, what?
 
2009-05-05 09:20:09 PM  
SurfaceTension: I was trying to find their source for the list and couldn't. But I did find this gem:

American Film Institute 100 Greatest Movie Quotes


Some of them seem to suffer from the "Oh gee that was a great movie, so we have to toss it a bone" syndrome.

If you are going to pick a quote, it needs to be a quote that transcends the film it was from and enters the vernacular.

"I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse". THAT, is a good quote, because everyone knows it, and how to use it. You mention it, and it conjures up an image.

Contrast that with this quote,

"Plastics"

Recognize it? You might, but it certainly isn't a quote that 90% of the population would recognize, even if you have seen the movie it comes from. And that's one of the later movies.

"Plastics"...
 
2009-05-05 09:21:02 PM  
I like that The Big Lebowski was there, though that wasn't nearly the best line in it. I suppose they had to keep it PG, though.

/This is what you get when you find a stranger in the Alps
 
2009-05-05 09:21:05 PM  
too many cut short!!!
 
2009-05-05 09:21:41 PM  
TheWizard: "Plastics"


The Graduate
 
2009-05-05 09:21:47 PM  
"Hey Ridley, you got any Beeman's?"
 
2009-05-05 09:23:22 PM  
pnjunction: Well he shoulda have armed himself, if he's gonna decorate his saloon with my friend.

"Deserves got nothin' to do with it."

And no "Do you feel lucky, punk?"

Overall, not a horrible list. Could've been a lot better, though.
 
2009-05-05 09:26:05 PM  
I killed the president of Paraguay with a fork. How are you?
 
2009-05-05 09:27:07 PM  
Dr. Nick Riviera: At #28, from Total Recall:
"Give these people air."

Um, what?



Yeah, a whole lotta FAIL there.

I think they just picked an arbitrary line.

/consider dat a divorce
 
2009-05-05 09:27:28 PM  
MEIN FUHRER! I CAN WALK!

All those moments will be lost in time, like, tears in the rain.

Back. And to the left. Back. And to the left.

Open the pod bay doors, HAL.

We all float down here.

That's just pulling a few out of my ass from looking at the ole DVD collection. Link list sucks.
 
2009-05-05 09:27:54 PM  
I cry foul. Not only did they omit some really great lines ("welcome to the party, pal" instead of yippy-kay-yay motherfarker?) But a lot of these lines weren't complete. By which I mean they were not presented in the way they're normally quoted. For example, "I'm sorry Dave" should also include "I'm afraid I can't do that" and the first rule of Fight Club should immediately be followed by the second rule of Fight Club. And the Warriors, after being called, should be invited to "come out and playyyayyy."
I therefore declare this list bullshiat.
 
2009-05-05 09:28:43 PM  
where the hells the smelt?
 
2009-05-05 09:29:03 PM  
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"That's it man, game over man, game over!"
 
2009-05-05 09:29:37 PM  
Holy Grail is pretty widely quoted. Princess Bride has some gems. Blazing Saddles as mentioned above... oh and

"Coffee is for closers"
 
2009-05-05 09:29:47 PM  
A. Always. B. Be. C. Closing.
Always Be Closing.
 
2009-05-05 09:30:39 PM  
Beat me by ten seconds. That's what I get for formatting text.
 
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