A well-delivered line can make a movie into a masterpiece. How many lines do you recognize?
Posted on April 3, 2015, at 1:18 p.m. ET
This is one of the most misquoted lines of all time. Everyone gets the "lucky" and "punk" parts right, but the rest is usually just an approximation of the actual quote.
After Leonidas screams this line at his army of 300 Spartans, they all DO dine in hell, because they all die in battle with the God-King Xerxes.
A favorite among boys' dorm room walls across the country.
Probably the most famous bite-size bits of anastrophic wisdom from the galaxy's tiniest Jedi.
The fourth option was the correct answer. You were probably confused because the president's speech in Independence Day was as rousing as any national anthem that's ever been written.
While "You better lawyer up, asshole" is the best line in all of The Social Network, it's not how this line ends.
Aca-scuse all the a cappella puns. Of all the possible aca-outcomes, Jesse sees the pitter-patter of aca-baby feet in his and Becca's future.
It would have made this scene infinitely funnier if she had said, "Say you're a bird too," and his response had been, "You're a bird too."
Before every boys' dorm room had a Dark Knight poster on its wall, there were Borat posters. Before Borat, it was Austin Powers.
In a film filled with funny, off-the-cuff one-liners – this line really stands out.
No other movie has managed to explain Jewish law so succinctly or with so many swear words.
A ringing endorsement for a fine beer from a total psychopath.
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