15 Terrible Pieces Of Dialogue From Famous Movies

A great movie quote can define a film for generations. Just think about how often you've heard the phrase "Here's looking at you, kid" referenced throughout our pop culture.

Conversely, poor dialogue and cheesy quotes can instantly snap an audience back to reality, leaving them reeling and laughing for all the wrong reasons. Have a look and check out these 15 terrible pieces of dialogue from famous movies.

"You've got to ask yourself one question: do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?" — *Dirty Harry*

Don't get me wrong, had Clint Eastwood said this iconic line only once — I'd have no trouble leaving it alone. But Harry literally says this, word for word, at three different points in the film.

"Come on! You wanna get nuts!? Let's get nuts." — *Batman*

Whenever anyone nowadays tries to tell me that Michael Keaton was a better Batman than Ben Affleck or Christian Bale, I immediately point to this utterly ridiculous scene from Tim Burton's classic tale.

"I'm gonna take you to the bank, Senator Trent. To the blood bank!" — *Hard To Kill*

Steven Seagal might just be the worst actor in the history of Hollywood. This overblown stuntman somehow managed to stick around for decades! And Each film always winds up being somehow worse than the one that preceded it.

"Welcome to earth." — *Independence Day*

Don't hear what I'm not saying — Independence Day is a classic '90s film. But Will Smith knocking an alien out cold and then delivering this infamous line is a little on the nose, even for my taste.

"I don't know what a pear tastes like to you." — *City Of Angels*

What's even worse is that before Nic Cage utters this cringe-worthy line, he asks Meg Ryan to describe the taste of pear the way that Ernest Hemingway would have done.

"I live my life a quarter mile at a time." — *The Fast And The Furious*

The Fast and the Furious franchise is a living testament to bad action movies and proof that box office success in no way is indicative of the overall quality or merit of a film.

"Is it still raining? I hadn't noticed." — *Four Weddings And A Funeral*

This line could have been construed as romantic, were it not for the fact that actress Andie MacDowell delivers it in the most unconvincing and monotonous way. Also, it's literally freaking pouring — how could you not notice?

"Listen, you are my gift to this handsome hunka hunka! You belong to him now." — *The Suicide Squad*

Jared Leto wound up taking the brunt of the hate for Suicide Squad and somewhat unfairly so. No actor alive could have pulled off a convincing portrayal of The Joker given what Jared had to work with. Thank god he redeemed himself in The Snyder Cut of Justice League.

"Two hits. Me hitting you, you hitting the floor." — *The Breakfast Club*

When I was a kid, I remember when this used to sound menacing. Now, it comes off as a completely scripted off-the-cuff remark that would make most audiences groan with laughter.

"You had me at 'hello'." — Jerry Maguire

I really have no idea how Jerry Maguire became one of the defining films of the '90s. I'm not saying that Cuba Gooding Jr. doesn't give a stellar performance, but my goodness is this movie ever cheesy.

"Love won't save you, Padme. Only my new powers can do that!" — *Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith*

Few films have been as polarizing as the Star Wars prequels. It sounds cliche to say but you either love them or hate them — and for most, it's the latter. Hopefully, Hayden Christensen will have a chance to redeem himself in the forthcoming Kenobi series.

"I did not hit her, it's not true! It's bullshit! I did not hit her! I did not! Oh, hi Mark!" — *The Room*

A critic once called Tommy Wiseau's The Room "the Citizen Kane of bad movies." I don't know if I could give a more glowing endorsement of why you absolutely must see this movie at least once.

"I'm not a hero. I'm a drifter with nothing to lose." — *Jack Reacher*

Who uses the word "drifter" anymore? It sounds like an outdated word used to describe wandering gunslingers of the old west. Also, whoever decided to cast Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher clearly had never read a page of Lee Child's book.

"You ate my bird." — *Deep Blue Sea*

Deep Blue Sea was the Jaws of the 21st century. For the first time in decades, audiences everywhere were once again afraid to go back in the water. This near-perfect action/horror film's only blemish is this forgettable line courtesy of LL Cool J.

"I'm the king of the world!" — *Titanic*

It was a close call between Jack's infamous line and Rose's blurting out of "I feel like I'm flying!" In either case, James Cameron's opus is bursting at the ballast with insurmountable cheesiness and cringeworthy lines.