Ok I am sure anyone who has spent any decent amount of time on these boards, especially in this forum, has heard thousands of cult movie ‘one liners’.
Case in point:
“My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die…”
We all know where those lines came from, because the movie, now a cult film - that is still up for debate - but there are countless other one liners that some people can incorporate into everyday life.
Historically, the most famous one liner that most people know is: “…It’s alive, IT’S ALIVE!!..” from Frankenstein.
So anyone know any others, maybe some you use in daily life, or at certain moments…
“I’ll be Back” … to check in soon
“Pardon me, while I whip this out”
“I must have something’s flesh!”
the brilliant Richard E Grant in Withnail and I…and yes, I use this expression…
Ash in Evil Dead 2 after customizing his arm to include a chainsaw.
“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned for Sega”
Fuck me gently with a chainsaw Heather, who do I look like mother fucking Theresa?!?!
whoops. Didn’t read the OP closely enough. So, one-liners we use in our daily lives?
Wait… I’ll need that…
It’s gone, McReady!
It’s only a model.
and if you don’t recognize them, then I guess they aren’t cult movies to anybody but me…
“I wouldn’t suck your lousy little dick if I was suffocating and you had oxygen in your balls!”
—Mink Stole in Female Trouble
[sarcastic voice]“Whoah! Nice shootin, Tex!”[/sarcastic voice]
“I don’t know. I just got here myself.”
And from the 1976 “King Kong:”
“It would be a ghastly situation for the whole congregation.”
“Fargin’ bastages” and “icehole” from “Johnny Dangerously.”
“You stoopid fo¢k! Loook at you now!” from “Scarface.”
(In a Sean Connery voice:)
“Thish one a-grancha, wush not a [whatever situation].” In “The Name of the Rose,” though, the word was “suicide.”
(I can’t say “daily,” but I do use those."
“On the run from Johnny Law. It ain’t no trip to Cleveland.”
“Why is there a watermelon there?”
Actually I may be wearing this one out. I’m starting to get weird looks in the produce section.
Number: you could switch to using “Don’t tug on that–you don’t know what it’s attached to…”
Billy Crystal…“That wasn’t flirting, that was have a pleasant restful evening.”
Bruno Kirby…“No, that was I like your ass can I wear it as a hat.”
From Peter Jackson’s Dead-Alive (or Brain Dead), my all-time favorite:
“I kick ass for the LORD!”
The Blues Brothers:
We’re on a mission from God. (In a Chicago accent, so more like “Gahd”.)
These get more use than one might think.
From The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension! (with accents, usually).
“I’m sure in the miserable annals of the Earth you will be duly enshrined.”
“Oh. The deuce you say.”
“Of course. If it was a snake it’d have bit me.”
“So whaaat? Beeg Deal.”
From Big Trouble in Little China.
“I can see things no one else can see. Do things no one else can do.”
“You were not put upon this earth to ‘get it’, Mr. Burton.”
From Glengarry Glen Ross.
“Put. That coffee. Down. Coffee is for closers.”
“Not in the mood? Moods are things for cattle and love play! Now guard yourself for true!”
“Usul has called a big one!”
From Blade Runner
“Nothing’s worse than having an itch you can never scratch.”
“You’ve done a man’s job, sir!”
“It’s a trick, get an axe”