Daily Hilarity: 100 Cheesiest Movie Quotes

These are so hilarious but I feel obligated and embarrassed to admit a good handful of the more melodramatic lines were ones I rather liked when I first saw them.

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  • http://1minionsopinion.wordpress.com 1minion

    Some of these movies I almost want to watch now. Not Wicker Man, though. The bees were great, mind you, but even getting it free from my library, I still wouldn’t want to put myself through it. I also see why Travolta’s revolting love song to L. Ron Hubbard got panned, too. Yikes.

  • Cameron Xavier McLinden

    Love how almost every word Arnold said in that Batman movie was included. Of course, I don’t find some of these cheesy at all. You can take any climactic words in a love story out of context and it’ll sound pretty damn cheesy. I think about 25% of this is fairly good writing and is just taken out of context. No one writes for those who aren’t engaged in the characters or love story, only for those who are.

    What the hell was that at the end? “I’m exhausted.” “Yeah, me too. But, I’m wired. Whattya say we go to my place and I eat your pussy?” hahaha. what!?

  • Agatha J.

    Some of these are amazingly cheesy and unintentionally laughable, yes, but others are INTENTIONALLY funny. The screenwriter was clearly attempting to be funny there.

    Why did they include things that were MEANT to be wisecracks? :S

    • Daniel Fincke

      Why did they include things that were MEANT to be wisecracks?

      Because they are not funny as wisecracks but as lame attempts at wisecracks.

  • Agatha J.

    They also included a lot of things that were meant to be goofy, like Samuel L.Jackson’s immortal “I’ve had it with these mother—ing snakes on this mother—-ing plane!”.

  • http://www.nikoncamerabag.info Nikon Camera Bag

    the most memorable movie quote that i could think of is the one on Forest Gump ,,”


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