The Title-Drop: “No! It can't be; I just sent you back to the future!”
If They Wanted To Avoid It: “Hey! You’re meant to be in 1955!”
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Oct 12th 2012, 6:27
Why aren't the other two LOTR movies in here?
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Oct 12th 2012, 7:27
No Lethal Weapon? As is " I guess we're gonna have to register you as a..." Plus, stop asking Alex Zane to write the 'funny' version. STOP IT.
Oct 12th 2012, 10:06
I Know Who Killed Me: "I know who killed me!" raised a chuckle. The Gone Baby Gone one is my all time favourite title drop though.
Oct 12th 2012, 11:03
Surely 95% of all movies ever made will include the title in it somewhere. Otherwise, why call it by that if it has no reference to the movie? I mean Groundhog Day - seriously? If they didn't mention that it was Groundhog Day at any point you'd think the title was moronic.
Oct 12th 2012, 12:35
To quote Aretha Franklin, "The Blues Brothers????........sheeeiiiit"
Oct 12th 2012, 12:40
Numbers 3 and 4 are wrong, sorry to be pedantic, but at both points they're in 1955, so the "If they wanted to avoid it" line should say 1985. Again, I know it's pedantic but come on, I'm not the one working for a film publication here. Plus I agree with SiMan all the titles have something to do with the film otherwise it's pointless really.
Oct 12th 2012, 13:38
There are a lot, you could probably do another 3 lists and still only have great movies. "What do you know about Inception?"
Oct 12th 2012, 14:56
I think there's a difference between a 'name drop' and 'shamelessly crow-barring the title into the script', which is certainly the case with Face/Off (along with that ridiculous, ritualistic family habit of running their hands all over their children's faces).
Oct 12th 2012, 17:23
No "Ghostbusters"?? Every list about (good) movies must have Ghostbusters on...
Oct 12th 2012, 18:28
"Good luck... Harry Potter."
Oct 12th 2012, 18:31
What about Kill Bill?
Oct 15th 2012, 11:19
Oct 15th 2012, 11:23
You couldn't even get the Goodfellas quote right?
"You know, we always called each other good fellas. Like you said to, uh, somebody, :You're gonna like this guy. He's all right. He's a good fella. He's one of us.: You understand? We were good fellas. Wiseguys."
Oct 30th 2012, 4:10
Silence of the lambs? "Have the lambs stopped screaming yet?" may not be the exact title but it ties very well with the title itself, as it's supposed to
Jan 12th 2013, 13:19
One of my favourites is s****h, when he says to the dog 'Don't s****h!' about the squeeky toy. It's funny, random and unexpected because the films title is actually a reference to the s****hing of the diamond.
Jan 12th 2013, 13:21
s****h by guy ritchie, it's been blanked out by the website because of another use of the word which i swear we don't even have in my country.
Jan 12th 2013, 13:46
zombieland, kickass, skyfall, drive? all said with some emphasis!
this is now "The United States Of Zombieland"
I don't carry a gun. I drive.
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