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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #50 on: 31 Jan 2007, 13:57 »

Princess Bride.

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #51 on: 01 Feb 2007, 03:43 »

Plus, you can always see him in the halls, mackin on his gross Canadian girlfriend.  I cannot believe someone actually goes for this.

Dude, be careful, you're gonna piss off our resident Canadians.  Especially the gross ones.


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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #52 on: 01 Feb 2007, 06:23 »

Actually, I didn't mean to say that she was gross because she is Canadian.  She just beat me up every day in the seventh grade, plus she makes  walking the halls an unpleasantry, seeing as how every time I walk past her, she is rutting with her human degenerate of a mate.
Plus, she is stupid.
But I really like all the other Candadians I've met. 
They're cuties.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #53 on: 01 Feb 2007, 06:36 »

Maybe I should have put a </sarcasm> at the end of my post.  It's okay, Amper.  I still think you're totally awesome.   8-)
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #54 on: 01 Feb 2007, 07:24 »

I forgot Young Frankenstein, among other Mel Brooks movies.

Vould you like to go for a roll in se hay? Voll voll, voll in ze hay.

Yes, yes! He vas my boyfriend!

Where wolf? There wolf. There castle.



ok, i'm done. i am very guilty of quoting this movie.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #55 on: 02 Feb 2007, 10:39 »

People's quoting skills are starting tax my listening-to-quotations-from-Napolean-Dynamite skills.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #56 on: 02 Feb 2007, 12:27 »

among other Mel Brooks movies.

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #57 on: 02 Feb 2007, 13:23 »

Dammit, I was going to say 'Blazing Saddles/Young Frankenstein'.  I'm as guilty as anyone of quoting these movies though.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #58 on: 03 Feb 2007, 14:39 »

The Matrix...
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #59 on: 03 Feb 2007, 15:30 »

Hellooo000??!

James Bond?
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #60 on: 03 Feb 2007, 21:37 »

The next time I'm running and someone spews Forrest Gump at me, I swear I am going to take their throat with my teeth.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #61 on: 03 Feb 2007, 22:49 »

Are your friends stuck in 1994?
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« Reply #62 on: 04 Feb 2007, 13:09 »

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #63 on: 05 Feb 2007, 02:53 »

fight club, boondock saints, donnie darko, monty python, all tarantino, yadda yadda yadda the basics...

I find boondock saints to be an odd one.  That's mainly because out of all the people I've run into I'm one of the few people who actually knew about it.

Movies don't really bother me, I just hate it when people quote comedians constantly.  This is compounded by the fact that they usually get it wrong.   That being said, there is an exception.  If someone answers a question with the answer "42" and the answer is not actually "42" I cannot be held responsible for any damage that I may visit upon their mind or body.

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #64 on: 05 Feb 2007, 04:12 »

how did we get to the second page without mentioning fucking Waynes World yet?









am i really that old?
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kokeyjoe

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #65 on: 05 Feb 2007, 04:15 »

I just said "Zang!" to Will last week.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #66 on: 07 Feb 2007, 20:29 »

wedding crashers

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #67 on: 08 Feb 2007, 17:36 »

When talking with my best friend, I believe roughly every other sentence is an Eddie Izzard quote...
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #68 on: 08 Feb 2007, 17:41 »

So slap him, it's a bad habit to have.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #69 on: 08 Feb 2007, 19:32 »

My friends and I are incredibly guilty of quoting Homestarrunner. We can have entire conversations in it.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #70 on: 09 Feb 2007, 07:34 »

what about Zero Wing?  I think its time in the sun has come and gone, but it seemed like I couldn't go out in public without seeing 'all your base' somewhere for a while.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #71 on: 10 Feb 2007, 14:47 »

When it comes to Zero Wing, I try to quote every part except the All Your Base line. I'll occasionally insert "For great justice!" into everyday conversation.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #72 on: 10 Feb 2007, 22:41 »

DAVE CHAPELLE, Super Troopers (i live in Vermont...), and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure/Bogus Journey.  Altough i question how often those last two are quoted.  Oh, and National Lampoon's Animal House.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #73 on: 11 Feb 2007, 04:06 »

"For great justice!" is a great way to express how much something needs/needed to be done.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #74 on: 12 Feb 2007, 18:26 »

We don't need no stinkin' badges!

Badgers?  Badgers?  We don't need no stinking badgers!

UHF would be overquoted if more people had actually watched it.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #75 on: 12 Feb 2007, 19:28 »

Napolean Dynamite, I cannot STAND IT at all I get so angry
and Mean Girls
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #76 on: 12 Feb 2007, 21:01 »

OK, smartass time. "We don't need no badges!" is originally from The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, an old film with Humphrey Bogart.

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Badges!? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges!

Of course, when people quote it, they're usually quoting Blazing Saddles - which, along with every other Mel Brooks film excepting Young Frankenstein, and every Python movie as well, is insufferable to actually watch, but really fun to quote...in moderation!

Hmmm...Arnold Schwarzenegger movies are just not quoted nearly enough, though. (sarcasm? I'm actually not sure)
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #77 on: 13 Feb 2007, 10:28 »

Around here, Pauly Shore movies are still way overquoted.

"Buddeeee!"

While his popularity died, his words live on through the voices of the idiot masses.

Also, I have a friend who overquotes "Hedwig and the Angry Inch", which while an interesting movie, it gets annoying the fifth or sixth time they quote it in a little under an hour.  Then again, I'm one to talk as I constantly quote the "Bring it On" and "Legally Blonde" movies.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #78 on: 13 Feb 2007, 13:30 »

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Of course, when people quote it, they're usually quoting Blazing Saddles - which, along with every other Mel Brooks film excepting Young Frankenstein, and every Python movie as well, is insufferable to actually watch, but really fun to quote...in moderation

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #79 on: 13 Feb 2007, 14:08 »

"Are you... Alice... menstrating right now?"

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #80 on: 13 Feb 2007, 14:09 »

the only thing i ever quote is "ay, where da white women at?"
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #81 on: 13 Feb 2007, 22:59 »

Apocalypse Now: "I love the smell of *enter random funny item here* in the morning."
Listen people, if you are not Robert Duvall, then you have no right mentioning that line in any way, shape or form.

Yknow what movie has a hell of a lot of great one liners that one would expect people to repeat over and over but arent? Sin City. Honestly, I was half expecting every guy who thought he was cool as Marv to incessantly keep on saying "It'll be loud and nasty...my kind of kill."
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #82 on: 14 Feb 2007, 00:38 »

its not a film,b but the tv series spaced is far too overquoted.
ah, simon pegg & co' new film 'hot fuzz' out so very soon. i bet thats going to get over quoted for a couple of months
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #83 on: 14 Feb 2007, 03:44 »

empire records, probably I'm guilty of this too, but its probably ok because its a good movie.
also bring it on, which is hideous.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #84 on: 14 Feb 2007, 13:30 »

Dane Cook with his classic "Who shit on the coats?" etc.
Anchorman/Talladega Nights "Shake and Bake!" "That just happened!" or maybe a little "I'M IN A GLASS BOX OF EMOTION"
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #85 on: 15 Feb 2007, 16:57 »

around here it depends on the crowd.  High school, it was always Donnie Darko, Boondock Saints, and a bunch of shitty vampire movies for the suburban "we're so oppressed even though we're privileged white kids" crowd.  For the "You just hate me because I'm black, even though I'm really a privileged white kid" crowd it was almost always Sky High and Half Baked.  For the "Dude, I'm like... soo... high" crowd it was Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (although I approve of that, HST is fuckwin), Mallrats, and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back.

For my crowd the "Pop-culture Junkies" it was usually the slightly less known tings, Fear and Loathing among them.  Lord of the Rings, if only for Gollum imitations during class, Red Vs. Blue (still what I quote all-too-much), and for me and me alone, High Fidelity, because I push that movie like a drug dealer on everyone I know, as a precondition to further interaction.  They don't have to like it, mind you, they just have to SEE it.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #86 on: 15 Feb 2007, 17:24 »

Oh god, Red vs Blue. If I never hear anything from that ever again it will be way too soon. Dammit people, it wasn't even that funny.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #87 on: 16 Feb 2007, 06:21 »

I just read over this thread and came to a conclusion.

Overquoted movies entirely depends on your circle of friends.

A couple people said Boondock Saints.  Now, I've said a random quote or two from the movie around friends, but there's only a handful of people on this entire campus who've seen it.  Same with Pulp Fiction.

The overquoted movie in my world is Happy Gilmore.  I bet my brothers could re-enact that movie verbatim. edit:  Oh, oh, and I can't forget Dumb and Dumber. edit edit:  For that matter, any comedy Jim Carrey has stared in.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #88 on: 16 Feb 2007, 15:33 »

Oh god, Red vs Blue. If I never hear anything from that ever again it will be way too soon. Dammit people, it wasn't even that funny.

You know, you could bitch about anything.  We're getting a tank, and you're complaining about chicks.  What chicks are we gonna pick up man?!
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #89 on: 16 Feb 2007, 19:24 »

Hmmm...Arnold Schwarzenegger movies are just not quoted nearly enough, though. (sarcasm? I'm actually not sure)

i know people who sit around and talk with an Ahnuld accent. that's usually when i walk away or yell something at them in german, because they can't understand any of it.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #90 on: 17 Feb 2007, 06:25 »

"I'm Rick James, bitch."

Single most over quoted line ever, in my opinion. 

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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #91 on: 22 Feb 2007, 03:42 »

Corky Romano.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #92 on: 23 Feb 2007, 13:24 »

i can't recall anyone ever quoting Corky Romano
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #93 on: 24 Feb 2007, 12:21 »

There's a movie called Bronx Warrior, if you are one of the like 200 people who have seen it you'll understand why it's on top of my list of overquoted films. My friends and I constantly quote Clone High and Kids in the hall, We can spend an entire car ride just letting loose random "Do you know who I am!? Do ya!? I'm Buddy Holly! Get of my way peasant, I wrote Peggy Sue!"

That's just me though...
And I totally overquote every movie I enjoy. Sorry everyone!
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #94 on: 24 Feb 2007, 16:22 »

Overquoted movies entirely depends on your circle of friends.

i agree.
its also with everything, not just movies..
too tired to explain...
bleh....
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #95 on: 25 Feb 2007, 12:35 »

Among my friends who have seen it "Bas Rutten's Lethal Street Fighting Self Defense System" is quoted on a daily basis, but there is a lot of funny quotes from that DVD.
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« Reply #96 on: 27 Feb 2007, 16:41 »

We don't need no stinkin' badges!

Badgers?  Badgers?  We don't need no stinking badgers!

UHF would be overquoted if more people had actually watched it.

It's a twinkie weiner sandwich!

"Just take this crowbar and bash my skull right in!" " You know I can't do that. You still owe me 5 bucks"

and the greatest quote from UHF "What's inside the box? Nothing! Absolutely nothing! YOU SO STUPID!!!!!!! STUPID!!!!!"
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #97 on: 27 Feb 2007, 17:08 »

But seriously though, my family tends to quote: The Emperor's New Groove, Back to the Future I,II,III, Free Wiley, Superstar, Jaws, Nacho Libre, Independence Day

My friends and I like to quote: UHF, Space Balls, (we also tend to quote QC... a lot!), we also quote anything Tenacious D, Major Payne, South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut,
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #98 on: 27 Feb 2007, 21:00 »

Anything Monty Python, agreed.  Whenever someone gets a quote run of Life of Brian going, I always throw in, "Finally! An erection from actual physical contact."

No one ever gets it.
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Re: Movies that are far too overquoted
« Reply #99 on: 27 Feb 2007, 22:03 »

My friends and I incessantly quote Talladega Nights. Sometimes I make my little brother say "I'm gonna come at you like a spider monkey" or "I'm all jacked up on Mountain Dew" just to amuse myself.
Also, my boyfriend and I quote Zorro to each other a lot.
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