The 12 Most Quotable Movies of All Time

I am one of those people who talks in quotes. It might be annoying at times, but I think we can all appreciate a shared reference every now and then. So we wondered, what are the most quotable movies of all time?

Here’s some of the best answers I could find from the movie lovers of the internet.

Mean Girls

Mean Girls.
Image Credit: Paramount Pictures.

Long before “On Wednesdays we wear pink” became a pop culture staple (thanks Gen z for bringing that back!) Mean Girls was a movie we loved to quote.

Just as long as you’re not trying to make fetch happen, because it’s never going to happen. Ok?

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Terry Gilliam in Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975).
Image Credit: Sony Pictures.

“‘Tis but a scratch”, “Bring out your dead”, “I didn’t vote for you”… How many iconic lines were in this movie?

From the hilarious opening sequence with the subtitles “We apologise for the fault in the subtitles. Those responsible have been sacked.” to “Alright, that’s enough.” at the end, every moment of Monty Python and The Holy Grail is quotable.

The Big Lebowski

Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski (1998).
Image Credit: Gramercy Pictures.


Well that’s your opinion, man!

Actually, it’s a lot of people’s opinion – The Big Lebowski is a great movie when it comes to quotes. Anyway, enough talking about this. Let’s go bowling.

Office Space

Office Space.
Image Credit: 20th Century Fox.

I admit that I only first saw this movie a couple of years ago and I had no idea what I was missing. It’s also way too real. I mean really, how many people around the office where you work could actually answer, “What would you say… You do here?”.

If you could just answer that one question, and come in on Saturday, that would be greeeeat.

The Princess Bride

The Princess Bride.
Image Credit: MGM.

It would be inconceivable to leave The Princess Bride off this list! After all, what’s more quotable than the “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die!” line.

Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction
Image Credit: Miramax.

This one is quotable, but sadly I can’t share any of my favorites on here while keeping things PG.

So I’ll leave you with this great, almost safe for work quote: “I hate to shatter your ego but this isn’t the first time I’ve had a gun pointed at me.”

Hot Fuzz

Hot Fuzz.
Image Credit: Universal Pictures.

Yarp! Any of the Cornetto trilogy (yes, that’s what the trio of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and World’s End is called) is super quotable, but this is definitely the stand out of the three.

I probably say “Nobody Tells Me Nothin’!” from this movie at least once a week.


Image Credit: Columbia Pictures.

“People don’t forget.”

They sure haven’t forgotten about Superbad, that’s for sure. Still highly quotable, even now. Especially if it was one of those movies that shaped your high school years.

Super Troopers

Super Troopers.
Image Credit: 20th Century Fox.

So many great one-liners in this one, especially when they’re pulling people over. “These snozzberries taste like snozzberries” is probably one of the most easily recognizable lines, but there’s also the one about asking a chicken lover for their license and registration that cracks us up too.

A Christmas Story

Bob Clark and Darren McGavin in A Christmas Story (1983).
Image Credit: MGM.

“You’ll shoot your eye out” trying to stop quoting this cult classic! So many quotes from this movie have made it into our everyday language that it’s easy to forget where they actually came from.

“Oh my god I shot my eye out!”

Napoleon Dynamite

Napoleon Dynamite.
Image Credit: Searchlight Pictures.

I remember when this movie came out and everyone was saying “Vote for Pedro”. Personally, I wasn’t even a fan of the film, but I still quote it often enough – which says a lot about its lasting power and quotability.

The Fifth Element

The Fifth Element.
Image Credit: Sony.

Last but certainly not least considering it’s my favorite movie is The Fifth Element. If you meat popsicles haven’t seen this one you’re missing out on being able to say “multipass” every time you hold up a ticket or ID card.

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Fuller House Season 2.
Image Credit: Michael Yarish/Netflix.

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Hotel Rwanda.
Image Credit: United Artists.


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Walter White (Bryan Cranston) - Breaking Bad _ Season 5, Episode 13 - Photo Credit: Ursula Coyote/AMC.
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