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8 movies that people need to stop quoting, right now

Are you guilty of over-quoting?

ALRIGHT, ALRIGHT IT’S not exactly a crime, but people who communicate entirely through movie quotes can sometimes grind your gears.

We’re all guilty of it. But some movies are more picked-on than others…

1. Anchorman

This is the main offender – the film offers such a wealth of quotable moments that its many admirers fall back on it time and time again. Plus, despite its off-kilter improv style, the quotes do admittedly fit a wide variety of everyday occurrences.

Source: Imgur

What I now think my jokes seem like here after watching Anchorman and realizing that is where 50% of Imgur jokes originate from. - Imgur Source: Imgur


Source: Imgur

Because of Anchorman 2's release on the big screen... - Imgur Source: Imgur

2. The Big Lebowski

I’m the Dude, man.

Source: Imgur

3. Pulp Fiction

Do you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France?


4. Borat

The voice. Dear God, can people stop imitating Borat’s voice?


5. Mean Girls

“Fetch” might not have taken off, but pretty much the whole rest of the dialogue did.

Source: E!

6. Monty Python

He’s not the Messiah! He’s a very naughty boy.

Source: Imgur

7. Zoolander

He’s so hot right now. Hansel.

Source: Imgur

8. Napoleon Dynamite

Don’t be jealous that I’ve been chatting online with babes all day.


And sure, listen, the less said about 300 and Braveheart the better. What movie quotes do your head in? Let us know in the comments.

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Fiona Hyde

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