The 30 funniest movie phrases in history

    Do you like comedies? Action movies? Are you into ‘Tarantinian’? Well, you’re in luck, because in this selection of funniest movie quotes ever there is a bit of all this, found among the best films in the history of cinema or perhaps in the most unlikely film. In fact, it is difficult to find a movie that does not have at least one pearl that makes us smile, even the best horror films have one to reduce the tension. And, of course, the undisputed queen of laughter is comedy. It may not be the most popular genre, a place that corresponds to science fiction or action movies, but it does have something almost infallible that makes it always essential: no one is bitter about a good comedy and, while it is true that many of these phrases work in a context, many other of the most famous and iconic movie phrases in history work by themselves, with clear examples such as those of ‘A Night at the Opera’ Y ‘The Big Lebowski’.

    In comedy, two of the undisputed kings are billy wilder Y Woody Allen. Here we have them up to seven times. They both deserve to take their rightful place. Interestingly, one of Allen’s movies has one of the best opening lines in movie history, while ‘Whit skirts and being crazy’ of the good Wilder has one of the best final sentences in the history of cinema. Two geniuses united from start to finish. As it is too, but in front of the cameras, Jack Nicholson. yours in ‘Better… impossible’ was anthological, to such an extent that it has cost us a lot to choose just one, but the fact is that the speech that marks his character, Melvin Udall, before a disgruntled Simon Bishop (Greg Kinnear) is one of Jack Nicholson’s best movie quotes. The work of James L. Brooks It encompasses drama and love as well, and his are some of the most romantic lines in movie history thanks to the irresistible chemistry between Nicholson and Helen Hunt.

    There are also other examples that will amuse you, such as the one starring the endearing and grumpy ‘Mr. Potato’ in one of the funniest moments of ‘Toy Story 2’. Our beloved tuber drops one of the best lines from Disney and Pixar movies. And not one, but a thousand, are the phrases per minute with which the Merc with a Mouth can hit. We are convinced that the future ‘Deadpool 3’ from Marvel will occupy a privileged position of honor among the best Marvel phrases that every fan should know. Now, after this introduction, we only have one question: which one do you prefer?

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‘Manhattan Murder Mystery’ (1993)

‘Temptation Lives Upstairs’ (1955)

‘With skirts and crazy’ (1959)

‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ (1993)

“Either you tell me what I want to know or I’ll blow you to hell in your own house.”

“Have you ever met someone you haven’t killed?”

‘A Night at the Opera’ (1935)

‘The Big Lebowski’ (1998)

“You want a finger? I can get it.

The 50 best movies of the 90s

‘The Hangover’ (2009)

“Don’t let the beard confuse you, it’s a boy!”

‘Crimes and Misdemeanors’ (1989)

“On live black television, some whites have died and we’re leaving before they accuse us.”

‘Grab It Any Way You Can’ (1988)

“With you I have discovered things that I did not know existed. The sunsets, the walks along the beach… the traffic lights.”

‘Snatch. Pigs and Diamonds’ (2000)

‘Taking Harry Apart’ (1997)

“The two most beautiful words in our language are not “I love you!”, but “It is benign!”

‘Better… impossible’ (1997)

“Well, I work all the time! So never, never, interrupt me, okay? Not even if there’s a fire. Not even if you hear a thud in my house and a week later a guy comes out of here.” smell that can only be that of a rotting corpse, and you have to put a handkerchief to your face, because the stench is so strong that you will pass out, still, do not call here. Or, if it is election night, and you’re excited and you want to celebrate because some cocksucker you’re dating has been elected the first queer President of the United States, and he’s decided he’s going to take you crazy to Camp David, and you want someone to share that moment with, Still, don’t knock. At this door, no.”

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‘The Suicide Squad’ (2021)

‘Heist at three’ (1962)

“Fernando Galindo, an admirer, a friend, a slave, a servant.”

‘The day of the beast’ (1995)

‘Life of Brian’ (1979)

‘Crystal Jungle: Vengeance’ (1995)

‘Kick-Ass: Ready to Pound’ (2010)

‘A Fish Called Wanda’ (1988)

‘Full Metal Jacket’ (1987)

‘Crimes and Misdemeanors’ (1989)

‘There’s Something About Mary’ (1998)

“I couldn’t believe he knew my name. Some of my best friends didn’t know my name.”

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