Top 10 Most Memorable Movie Lines


We’ve all heard movie lines that have been stuck in our head for days. Some never go away. Either way, one can really appreciate a memorable movie line whenever they hear one. Let’s take a look at the top 10 classic movie lines of all time.

 

10. Gone with the Wind: “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn”


These are the final words of Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind. In the movie, the couple realized that their marriage was beyond repair when their child died. As Rhett began to pack his things and leave, Scarlett began to ask about what she would do and where she would end up. That is when Rhett delivered the unforgettable line. Gone with the Wind is a must-see for movie lovers.

 

9. Casablanca: “Play it again, Sam”


This is arguably one of the most known movie lines of all time. And the funny part is that the quote never actually appears in the movie itself. The actually quote was somewhat different. It was recorded as the above quote in 2005 when it made its way onto the list of Top 100 Movie Quotes. Either way, the movie is phenomenal and the quote is one that will probably be around for a long time.

 

8. Dirty Dancing: “Nobody puts Baby in a corner”

At the end of Dirty Dancing, Johnny (Baby’s dancer partner), returns to the resort so that he can perform his final dance of that season. As he approaches Baby, they are all sitting at a table, with her family in front. That is when he delivers the famous line. Afterwards, he brings Baby onstage so that they can dance together. It was an epic ending to an unforgettable movie.

 

7. Dead Poets Society: “If you listen real close, you can hear them whisper their legacy to you”

This Academy Award winning film is quite impressive and can really dare someone to follow their dreams. In this film, Robin Williams plays an English professor. Basically, he doesn’t like the schools conformity and instead would like students to follow their passions. The quote itself is taken when he takes his class outside of the school for a talk and exploration. Throughout the remainder of the movie, the students use this quote as motivation.

 

6. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: “Right or wrong, I’m going to defend it”


If you’ve ever see this 1986 film then you’ve also probably heard the quote as well. The movie itself is about a boy named Ferris Bueller who decides to spend the day skipping school and exploring the lovely city of Chicago. He ends up borrowing his father’s Ferrari and puts a dent in it. And all the meanwhile, the principle of the school is out to get him. The line is amazing and the movie is a must-see.

 

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