“Hangover Part II” was not as funny as its predecessor, but for our purposes here, we’re going to focus on the fact that it unleashed the absolute comedic delight that is Ken Jeong when he responded with this phrase.
The line “But did you die?” has become a meme and internet sensation, with many people reciting it after living through an ordeal.
"Get In, Loser. We're Going Shopping."
Rachel McAdams stars as the mean but popular Regina George in this hit teen comedy that found humor in the high school experience. "Mean Girls" has many laugh-out-loud moments and a brilliant, zinger-filled script that was penned by Tina Fey.
The impressive ensemble cast provides genuine insight when the new girl, Cady (Lindsay Lohan) finds herself faced with the school's hierarchy, where being popular means everything.
“To Infinity, and Beyond!”
“Toy Story” changed film animation forever and it turned Pixar into a behemoth animation studio. With an odd couple in the form of Woody and Buzz Lightyear, the movie is a stellar comedy that harmonizes well with touching childhood themes, and who can forget “To infinity, and beyond!”
Buzz’s catchphrase? It’s his catchphrase in the world of the movie, but now also in our world as well.
“You Can’t Handle the Truth!”
Aaron Sorkin sure knows how to pen an unforgettable line. In “A Few Good Men” there are a few of them, mostly from Jack Nicholson as he plays Colonel Jessup.
In the scene surrounding this line, Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson are having a heated exchange, when asked for the truth, to which an angry Jessup roars back “You can’t handle the truth!”
“I'll Be Back”
It's the one line from the "Terminator" franchise that everyone knows, the one that gets hammered home again and again in this action film series. Let's not forget Arnold's other line “Hasta la vista, baby.”
Sure, these lines are admittedly a little silly, but they did stand out and there's a reason why people remember them to this day. You can always trust these types of lines to be back!