Top 10: Most Quotable Chick-Flicks (Since 2000)
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Mean Girls is one the most quotable chick-flicks of all time. All of the one-liners from “…And none for Gretchen Wieners. BYE.” to “BOO, you whore!” are appropriate for cheering up nearly any occasion, or even just to lie in bed while watching on a lazy Saturday. In all honesty, the film never stops being funny. Maybe it’s the fact that nearly everyone can relate to a similar high school experience at some point, or that it’s so utterly ridiculous that it’s too fantastical. Either way, it works.
Without a doubt, RENT is one of the most effortlessly simple films to quote in its entirety, from both the dialogue to the musical arrangements. “Will I lose my dignity, will someone care?” is practically the perfect line to wail and cry to at any moment in time. Similarly, as soon as you hear “This akita, Evita, just won’t shut up…” is an excellent time to break out your theater skills and join Angel Dumott Schunard in “Today for You, Tomorrow for Me.”
Sex and the City
This at times heart wrenching chick-flick is perfect for any girls’ night. It’s hard not to learn every line of this film since it’s so easy to watch over and over… and over. Even for those who didn’t necessarily follow Carrie and Big for all 94 episodes of the series, it’s entirely too easy to fall in love with the story on screen and feel every high and low Carrie experiences through the movie, thus making it all too easy to watch compulsively.
Who doesn’t love Noah and Allie? The Notebook is just about every girl’s dream romance. With the nostalgic and dreamy setting of the old South paired with Noah’s undying – almost obsessive – love for Allie, The Notebook formulates the ideal love story. When you fall this deeply in love with the characters on screen, it’s essentially second nature to speak all of the lines with them. Honestly, who doesn’t scream “IT STILL ISN’T OVER!” every time Allie runs back in to Noah’s arms in the pouring rain?
This comedic classic holds a special place a lot hearts. How can you not fall in love with Elle Woods? Not only is she adorable, but watching her grow on screen from a ditzy superficial blonde to a law school graduate with honors makes anyone _____. Not to mention her unforgettable one-liners. Remember, “Bend… and SNAP!”
Bring It On!
Part of the reason Bring it On is so memorable is because it still has that certain 90’s flare of crude sexual comedy and the exploitation of teenage stereotypes. It’s still a perfect chick-flick for any occasion; even nearly 15 years later, shouting “I’M STILL. BIG. RED,” or simply stating “Your school has no gymnastics team; this was a last resort,” brings about an immediate feeling of cinematic nostalgia. Watching Bring it On feels like hearing an old song – as soon as it comes on, you realize you still know all the words.
Not only do the incredibly entertaining musical arrangements make everyone watching suddenly want to be a “Bella,” but the hysterical antics stick with the audience forever. “Yeah, no. Don’t put me down for cardio,” and “Sometimes I have a feeling I can do crystal meth, but then I think ‘hmm, better not,” are two of many Pitch Perfect sayings that have since been put on t-shirts and are embedded in pop-culture history.
While this musical only has a handful of speaking lines, the soundtrack, despite its astoundingly melancholic nature, is so catchy and memorable that you can’t NOT sing along with Anne Hathaway as she has a complete meltdown while belting “I Dreamed a Dream.” Not to mention the fact that the cast itself is so aesthetically pleasing that no one can watch the film just once.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Smith is easily one of cinema’s most quotable movies. Even if you can get past gawking at Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie together on screen, you can’t get past the clever, witty, and sometimes downright precious lines. From “MOM! We are on HIGH ALERT here! I almost killed you right then! You do not even know!” to “You looked like Christmas morning,” Mr. and Mrs. Smith is another film you more or less have to watch more than once, but you instantly feel like you’re in.
Okay, we all know Twilight isn’t necessarily cinematic greatness, but even the most harsh film critic can agree that it’s an insanely quotable film. “And so the lion fell in love with the lamb,” is just one of many cheesy, guilty-pleasure-esque lines that spectators fall in love with. Even when you don’t actually want to watch Twilight, it’s easy to find yourself caught up in the film and repeating lines in your head such as “How long have you been 17?”
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