The Top Ten Most Quotable Movies

There are movies and then there are quotable movies. It starts with the writer of the screenplay who puts the words down on paper and it ends with the delivery by the actor. All the movies on this list are comedies, which let’s face it, are hands down more quotable than any other genre.
1. Office Space
Mike Judge is a comedic genius, well known for his Beavis and Butthead cartoon that aired on MTV. This is one of the funniest movies of all-time (and is more than a cult classic), especially if you have ever worked in an office before. Great characters, great story line, and hilarious lines.

Best Line: “Excuse me, I believe you have my stapler…” – Milton Waddams

2. The Big Lebowski

Word for word the most funny lines in a movie, even though half of those words are swear words. Jeff Bridges as “The Dude” goes down as a Top Ten coolest movie character and John Goodman gives the performance of his career (although not hard when you are the Dad from Coyote Ugly and King Ralph). The movie from start to finish is quotable, only wish I had the talent to do so. John Turturro delivers some of the best lines as Jesus.

Best Line: “Let me tell you something, pendejo. You pull any of your crazy shit with us, you flash a piece out on the lanes, I’ll take it away from you, stick it up your ass and pull the fucking trigger ’til it goes “click.” – Jesus Quintana

3. Anchorman
Between Ron Burgundy, Brian Fantana, Champ, Brick, and Veronica Corningstone you have enough one liners to last a lifetime. This is the most quotable Will Ferrell movie, which is saying a lot.

Best Line: “Discovered by the Germans in 1904, they named it San Diego, which of course in German means a whale’s vagina.” – Ron Burgundy

4. Billy Madison
The best Adam Sandler movie and the height of his career, which is sad since it was also his first starring role. It did however give birth to string of quotable movies including Happy Gilmore, The Wedding Singe, The Waterboy, and Big Daddy.

Best Line: “No I will not make out with you. Did ya hear that? this girl wants to make out with me in the middle of class. You got Chlorophyll Man up there talking about God knows what and all she can talk about is making out with me. I’m here to learn, everybody, not to make out with you. Go on with the chlorophyll.” – Billy Madison

5. Napoleon Dynamite
An instant classic, the dry humor and ridiculous characters help deliver some of the most absurd and funny lines. The delivery by Napoleon is hard to top.

Best Line: “Whatever I feel like I wanna do. Gosh” – Napoleon Dynamite

6. Old School
A comedic masterpiece, Old School provides some of the most laugh out loud scenes and line of any movie. Will Ferrell’s Frank the Tank is incredible and along with Vince Vaughn’s Beanie, they make a movie that belongs in everyone’s collection.
Best Line: “We’re… We’re going streaking!” – Frank The Tank
7. Dumb and Dumber
It doesn’t get much better than following two of the dumbest characters in movie history. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are ridiculous as they serendipitously make it through the story line, and along the way spit some of the funniest lines known to man.

Best Line: “Austria! Well, then. G’day mate! Let’s put another shrimp on the barbie!” – Lloyd

8. Happy Gilmore
The sophomore movie to Billy Madison is pretty much the same movie but instead of the classroom it takes place on a golf course. Christopher McDonald as “Shooter” McGavin is arguably the best comedy movie villain ever.

Best Line: “Son of a bitch ball. Why can’t you go home? Aren’t you good enough for your home? ANSWER ME! Suck my white ass ball!

9. Dazed and Confused
This movie follows a star-studded cast of teenagers in Texas after school is out for summer. We all wish our high school days were so cool and that our friends were so funny.

Best Line: “That’s what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.” – Wooderson

10. Superbad
Michael Cera and Jonah Hill are budding superstars of comedy and shw off their ability to deliver some of the funniest lines. As good as they are, they definitely get out shined by none other than McLovin!

Best Line: “No you’re not. No one’s McLovin. McLovin’s never existed because that’s a made up dumb FUCKING FAIRY TALE NAME, YOU FUCK” – Seth

Honorable Mentions: Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, Austin Powers, American Pie, 40 Year Old Virgin, The Hangover, Wedding Crashers, Zoolander.

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The Top Ten Most Quotable Movies


The Top Ten Mustaches

This list is dedicated to the best mustaches ever worn, not mustache styles that can be copied by anyone lucky enough to have the genetics to support it. The mustache doesn’t wear the man, the man wears the mustache. Let’s begin our trip down mustache memory lane.

1. Burt ReynoldsWith over 300 credits to his name (most to his mustaches as well), you have gotten a good chance over the years to catch a glimpse of his signature ‘stache. Who could forget him as Bo “Bandit” in “Smokey and the Bandit”?

2. Alex Trebek

He’s the man with all the answers (technically questions) for over 25 years on the show Jeopardy. His mustache has been along for the ride for the majority of that. Currently he has is shaved off, concurrently ratings for the show have dropped.
3. Geraldo Rivera
The perfect example of the facial hair you want to have if you are an aggressive babbling journalist. This mustache creeped out thousands of trashy Americans for 11 years on his self-titled show.
4. Charlie Chaplin
The Chaplin ‘stache was enormously important given that it was around the era of the silent movie. Whereas the other’s could tell you that their mustache was awesome, you had to know that just by seeing it. Hitler would ruin the style years later.
5. Rollie Fingers
You have to be a badass pitcher to have the guts to where this thing while playing in front of thousands of people. Mr. Finger’s never divulged the grooming secrets of ‘stache, sorry guys and gals.
6. Tom Selleck
It is arguable that Magnum PI would not have been a success, let alone picked up, without the mustache that screams “I am the manliest man of the 80s”. They also changed the title of the movie to “Three Men and a Baby” from “Three Men, a Baby, and the Damn Finest Mustache You’ve Ever Seen”.
7. Groucho Marx
The mustahce is what set Groucho apart from his brother Harpo and Chico, and may be the reason why be became more famous. He loved facial hair so much he thickened his eyebrows.
8. Mike Ditka
The only thing more legendary than his coaching career is his mustache. Before he came around, mustaches didn’t exist in the Midwest (that’s not actually true, but it didn’t hurt popularity).
9. Bill Cower

Very underrated mustache that could be hte result of typically being obscured by spit. Even though he has stopped coaching, the mustache lives on through network TV.

10. Wade Boggs

Boggs was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005. Bogg’s mustache was inducted in the Mustache Hall of Fame when he was 15 can could grow one. Even his Cooperstown plaque exhibits the famous ‘stache.

Honorable Mention: Chuck Norris

Chuck’s mustache has infinite power and awesomeness, thus it cannot be quantified in a list.

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The Top Ten Mustaches

The Top Ten Macrobrew Beers

There has been a movement towards microbrews and many people in America are turning into beer snobs. But I say give me something that is relatively cheap and that I can drink a lot of without feeling like I ate an entire buffet. Microbrews hate on Macrobrews because they are so popular, but guess what, it’s because they’re good.

1. Samuel AdamsThe most popular once-microbrew, is now a macrobrew because you can get it anywhere. Taste really good and their seasonal beers are excellent.

2. Pabst Blue Ribbon

The ultimate American light beer, it has really come back into favor. PBR was around since the days of pull-top beer cans, good to see an old friend back in the mainstream.

3. Heineken

A global macrobrew that is one of the few beers that come in a green glass. It also comes in cans and mini-kegs (pictured above).

4. Guinness

A lot of people have the misconception that Guinness has a lot of alcohol, but it is actually a pretty light dark beer. The frothy head gives it a nice finish.

5. Miller High Life

You kinda feel like trailer trash when you drink a high life, but you really don’t mind because it will get you drunk after a dozen of them. They don’t call it the Champagne of Beers for no reason.

6. Stella Artois

Great tasting beer with a really cool bottle that includes a paper wrapping over the top. Definitely seen more people drinking this beer in recent years and noticing it on tap more as well.

7. Newcastle

An English beer that is unpretentious and for the masses. Excellent rich taste and in the class of premium macrobrews.

8. Bud Light

Taste great, less filling. Which means you can drink a lot of if out of a funnel.

9. Pyramid Hefeweizen

Borderline macrobrew, but c’mon, you can get this just about anywhere now. Places stock lemons just for this beer.
10. Miller Light
Very little difference between this beer and Bud Light, except for light is spelled “Lite”, cool. Basically, buy this beer when it is on sale or cheaper.

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The Top Ten Macrobrew Beers

The Top Ten People Named Michael (or Mike)

The name Michael comes from Hebrew origin that mean “Who is like God?” Well, there certainly have been some God-like Michaels in recent times, here are the top ten.

1. Michael Jordan

“I want to be like Mike!” The greatest basketball player to ever play the game, His Airness, business man, Hanes model (ok spokesperson). Definitely deserving of the #1 spot.

2. Michael Phelps

8 Gold medals in a single Olympics is legendary. He is a freak of nature, has a total of 18 olympic medals (16 are Gold), and holds the world records in 200 m Freestyle, 100 m Butterfly, 200 m Butterfly, 200 m Individual Medley, 400 m Individual Medley, 4 x 100 m Freestyle Relay, 4 x 200 m Freestyle Relay, and 4 x 100 m Medley Relay.

3. Mike Ditka

The heart and soul of the Chicago Bears, he was a legendary coach with a legendary personalty. Q: Ditka vs. God? A: God, but it’s close” | Da Bears!

4. Mike Meyers

One of the funniest comedians to pass through the machine that is Saturday Night Live, he has made comedy classics like “Wayne’s World”, “So I Married An Ax Murderer”, “Austin Powers”, and “Shrek”.

5. Michael Jackson

The King of Pop and arguably the greatest entertainer to have ever lived. The music, the moves, and the mystique all lead him to be not only one of the Top Ten Michael, but one of the most iconic figures in history.

6. Michael J. Fox

We first fell in love with him in “Back To The Future” and Family Ties, and he has continued his amazing life as he works tirelessly as an uncurable optimist spreading awareness for Parkinson’s Disease. Quite an amazing human being.

7. Michael Economy

Programmer extraordinaire, he built with his bare hands (and Ruby on Rails). If you enjoy the site, then you have this classy fellow to thank.

8. Mike Jones

Don’t act like you don’t know the name. One of the coolest rappers, he has one of those flows that is absolutely unique. “Back then hoes didn’t want me, now I’m hot hoes all on me”, Genius!

9. Mike Tyson

In his prime he was a guarantee for a first round KO, at his lowest he was getting arrested and biting people’s ears off. Either way he is one of the most interesting and phenomenal Michaels. Check out his cameo in “The Hangover”, he’s still got it.

10. Michael Johnson

Never has a pair of gold shoes flashed around a track faster. 4 Gold medals, 8 time World Champion, and world record holder of the 400 M (his 200 M record stood for 12 years until last year) make him one of the greatest US Track and Field Olympians in history.

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The Top Ten Tom Cruise Movies

Tom Cruise gets hated on a lot for being a pretty boy and a weirdo (if you’ve never actually researched Scientology, then please do before you make judgement that he is not crazy). He still gets some of the best roles and does more than a decent job at them. He is an Oscar worthy actor given the right roles, but he just makes too many blockbuster summer flicks to build a serious portfolio to have him go home with a statue., At least as a consolation he gets to go home with Katie Holmes.

1. Top Gun

A classic that belongs in anyone DVD collection. The scenes of the fight simulations, as well as the real thing, are way cool even the 100th time you watch it. Kelly McGillis is a bonafide 80s hottie and brings out one of the best serenades in movie history with “You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling”. Tom is incredible as Maverick, who lives up to his name as a lone wolf chasing the ghost of his father.

2. Mission Impossible 1

Tom does a great job bringing suspense and sophistication to an old favorite. Honestly, I think the movie was better than the television series, I guess the budget was a lot bigger too. To shows that he could be a perfect James bond, if only he were British.

3. Rain Man

A great story line coupled with stellar performances from both Tom and Dustin Hoffman make for ne of the most referenced movies in pop culture, even today (see the Hangover). You really feel the tension and personal struggle that Tom has with his relationships and with his own morality. A complete shame he wasn’t even Oscar nominated for this performance.

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The Top Ten Tom Cruise Movies

The Top Ten Junk Foods

This is in order of my favorite junk foods, not how bad or good they are for you.

1. Doritos
The best massed produced tortilla chip available, comes in a variety of addictive flavors or now combination of flavors. It is incredible how easy it is to eat an entire bag in one sitting.

2. Ho Hos
Not only is it fun to eat, it is fun to say. Chocolate on the outside, creamy filling on the inside, happiness all around.

3. Cheetos
Crispy, airy, and cheesy, basically the perfect snack. Only downside is that your fingers turn orange, good side is that it tastes so good when you lick it off. Chester Cheetah is also one the of the best mascots for a food, eat your hear out Tony the Tiger.

4. Twinkies
Soft spongy goodness filled with a sweet cream is the recipe for a satisfying snack in any season. Try to look at the picture without your mouth watering.

5. Ice Cream
Sweet, creamy, cold, and smooth; Ice Cream is a classic that is sure to be a highly sought treat till the end of time. There are endless flavors to choose from and is perfect on those hot summer days.

6. Hostess Cupcakes
As you can see, Hostess is the Tiger Woods of cake snacks (#4 is also a Hostess product). The cupcake has the same secret ingredient filling, but is wrapped in a delightful chocolate cake, topped off with a chocolate coating and signature swirl. Mmmm, mmmm, mmmm.

6. Fritos
Arguably the best food product made from cord, fritos have a nice crunchy texture and salty corn taste. Their shape lends to easy dipping, which is good because they go great with sour cream, salsa, guacamole, 7-layer dip, and just about anything else you can stick a chip into.

7. Chocolate Fudge Brownies
Biting one of these takes you away to chocolate heaven. I still can’t decide which part of it is better, but it doesn’t really matter because together it is a sure fire way to spark fireworks in your mouth.

9. French Fries

Fried food is inherently good, but the king of them all is the French Fry. Hot, crispy goodness from the first one to the last. They also have quite a variety, everyone has their favorite, but even the worst are still pretty darn good.

10. Taco Bell Tacos
Taco Bell makes a mean Taco, which is obvious since they are the most popular taco shop in the world. Whether your enjoy the crispy crunch of the hard taco shell, or the soft tortilla wrapping, it’s impossible to deny the pleasure of biting into one.

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The Top Ten Junk Foods

The Top Ten Famous Fat People

Some of these people have since lost weight, but they are still famous for being fat at one time or another.

1. Oprah Winfrey

2. Chris Farley

3. Notorious BIG

4. Rosanne Barr

5. John Candy

6. Al Roker

7. Queen Latifah

8. Rosie O’Donnell

9. Fat Joe

10. Missy Elliot

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The Top Ten Famous Fat People

The Top Ten 80’s Sitcoms

1. Doogie Howser
Everyone wanted to be a boy genius saving lives and living the dream. Who could forget all the endearing coming of age moments with sidekick Vinny Delfino. From the intro music to the final computer diary entry, this sitcom was packed with 80’s TV glory.

2. Full House

The opening credits made you want to go to San Francisco to take in the Golden Gate Bridge and the Painted Sisters. The Full House Family made you want to stay there forever. Hilarious family hijinks, Olsen twins, Uncle Jesse, and of course the anchor Bob Saget: enough said.

3. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Will Smith basically played himself, a cool street-wise kid who is transplanted into Bel-Air. This show really highlighted his talent and brought hip-hop into maintstream TV.

4. Growing Pains

Alan Thicke leads this family through some great story lines and Kirk Cameron’s performance in 80s legend. What ever happened to anybody in this cast?

5. Silver Spoons

As a kid, you always wanted to be Ricky Schroeder, what a sweet life. Indoor train sets were all the rage. Yet another 80s sitcom that Alfonso Rivera was in, he’s gold.

6. Different Strokes

What you talkin’ ’bout Willis?

7. Charles In Charge

Scott Baio was on top of the world being the live in nanny. He made being a male nanny cool somehow.
8. Alf

How could you not be entertained with a smart mouthed furry alien? If aliens were like Alf, we’d have nothing to fear.

9. Out Of This World

The ability to freeze time, c’mon, best idea ever. Don’t tell me you never tried to put your fingers together in an opportune moment.

10. Cheers

Looking back, I wish every bar was like Cheers. I know some funny people, but not like this crew of wisecrackers.

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The Top Ten 80’s Sitcoms

The Top Ten 80’s and 90’s TV Theme Songs

These are mostly from sitcoms I remember, and ones that have lyrics and are just music (e.g. The Simpsons). Feel free to add any you think should be on there. You can actually hear them all on this nifty website:

1. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
2. Full House
3. Charles in Charge

4. Growing Pains

5. Cheers

6. Saved By The Bell

7. Family Guy

8. Friends

9. Duck Tales

10. Family Matters
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The Top Ten 80’s and 90’s TV Theme Songs