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Dumb & Dumber should of made the list
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10.) Napoleon Dynamite - Has no business being in Top 10. It was a decent movie with limited replay value. A lot of the quotes lose the punch after the first couple times saying it.
9.) Clueless - Really?
8.) Glengarry Glen Ross - Never saw, can't comment
7.) Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Truth. Probably could have been higher. I think the movie is a little overrated by some, but definitely up there.
6.) The Wizard of Oz - WHAT? I rarely (never) find myself saying "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas any more."
5.) Top Gun - Top 10? Probably not, but it is quotable. Haven't seen it in a very long time
4.) The Godfather - Yeah this should probably be up there, though again, quotable to me means movies that you continuously say quotes from during your daily life. This isn't entirely practical here.
3.) Casablanca - For people 90 and over, sure.
2.) Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy - Not a big fan of this movie, but it HAS to be up there. Everyone quotes this movie.
1.) The Big Lebowski: Agree with top 10, though not so sure about the number 1 spot. Another one that everyone quotes.
Most glaring admission: Pulp Fiction. This movie has the most real dialogue in cinema and is the easiest to quote.
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I quote Anchorman and Dumb and Dumber probably at least twice a week in my daily life.
How the **** was Forrest Gump left off? That should be number one, in my opinion.
There's been countless times I have heard "Run, Forrest! Run!", "ice creeeam, Lieutenant Dan!", "I gotta pee", " Life's like a box of chocolates", "my name's forrest gump.. people call me... forrest gump", "stupid is stupid does", "bubba gump shrimp", "i got shot in the buttocks", "i love you jenny"
Easily is number one.
Last edited by Buckwheat; 06-14-2011 at 12:53 AM.
Dumb and dumber for sure should of been up there, I think we all have the movies that we regularly quote within particular circle of friends. For me they would have to be Friday, and fear and loathing.
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I'm not as in love with Anchorman or The Big Lebowski as most people I know, but those were the first two I thought of when I saw this title.
I agree with Bucky about Forrest Gump. I might throw Office Space and Star Wars (the original 3) in there too.
And God, I hated Glengarry Glen Ross.
I don't get how Pulp Fiction wasn't on that list, everybody knows about the quarter pounder in france. Star Wars could be on there (how many people made/make Luke I am your father jokes), Snakes On A Plan ("I'm Sick of these mother****ing snakes"...), Dumb And Dumber, Forest Gump, Billy Madison ("I award you no points and may god have mercy on your soul"). Just my humble opinion on some films that should be on there.
Uhhh...A Few Good Men??? Jesus...
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One memorable line from a movie doesn't make it one of the most quotable, fellas. The Hangover was more quotable than some movies being mentioned and I hated that movie.
At least they got #1 right.
Am I the only one who feels like Zoolander is a glaring admission!?! God, I feel like I'm taking crazy pills!
He woulda been ****ed in Washington...
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How about The Sandlot?
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Rocky Balboa. That movie is basically Sylvester Stallone tossing out quotes
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