Question of the day

What movie do you know the most words (catch phrases) to?

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7 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Laura says:

    Wow. This is a toughie. I am constantly spouting off lines from movies and from TV shows. Heck, just today, over on “Unwind”, I said, “My Scentsy Arrived! My Scentsy Arrived!” – it’s a play on a line from Night Court, “My yak hair arrived! My yak hair arrived!” Half the stuff I quote entertains me only, because people don’t know I’m even doing it. Steve catches most of it, though. I don’t know if I could even begin to name all the movies/tv shows I quote from.

    • Laura says:

      And for the record, I regularly use 24 out of those 150 featured in the clip. Some more than others, like, “Bueller… Bueller…” (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off), “It goes to eleven” (This Is Spinal Tap. Classic), “Inconceivable…” (Princess Bride. Another classic), “Resistance is futile” (with this administration, how do you NOT use that phrase?), and “May the Force be with you” (I live with Josh. what do you expect?)

  2. Sue says:

    I have no idea. I remember lines but not what movies they’re from.

  3. SKL says:

    A lot of them. The Wizard of Oz might be the biggie, although I quote from lots of others. I’m just drawing a big blank right now.

    I used to have a boss who thought the Wizard of Oz was the source of all wisdom. Hey, at least he had a sense of humor.

  4. Nikki says:

    Mr.Destiny. Pretty close to word for word.

  5. SKL says:

    Oh, I think I might have read the question wrong. I know some movies word for word all the way through. The Wizard of Oz, Jesus Christ Superstar, West Side Story, and probably others. I notice the ones I know so well all have a lot of singing in them.

  6. Joy says:

    I know a whole lot of words for the Wizard of Oz. I think we all do. Bridges of Madison County. I love that movie. It’s such a wonderful cry. I know it’s not a movie but I know pretty much all the Little House On The Prairie episodes. Dumb and Dumber has some pretty funny lines as does Liar Liar. Splendor In The Grass is another one I can almost repeat fully. Mary Poppins.

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