50 Greatest Movie Title-Drops

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    • AlfredsDream098

      Oct 12th 2012, 6:27

      Why aren't the other two LOTR movies in here?

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    • Hadouken76

      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.

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    • thedanieljson

      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.

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    • SiMan

      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.

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    • apo1978

      Oct 12th 2012, 12:35

      To quote Aretha Franklin, "The Blues Brothers????........sheeeiiiit"

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    • FBGHeidler

      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.

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    • nkutzler

      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?"

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    • FBSDeMorgan

      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).

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    • Bandit1

      Oct 12th 2012, 17:23

      No "Ghostbusters"?? Every list about (good) movies must have Ghostbusters on...

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    • bijitbarat

      Oct 12th 2012, 18:28

      "Good luck... Harry Potter."

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    • MrDimples

      Oct 12th 2012, 18:31

      What about Kill Bill?

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    • cc1129

      Oct 15th 2012, 11:19


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    • cc1129

      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."

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    • dbuchanan

      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

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    • franksmith

      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.

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    • franksmith

      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.

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    • seepeejay

      Jan 12th 2013, 13:46

      zombieland, kickass, skyfall, drive? all said with some emphasis! this is now "The United States Of Zombieland" I'm Kickass Skyfall.....Done I don't carry a gun. I drive.

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