Most quotable movie lines: The top 20
Welcome to the final 20 quotes from our epic 80 Most Quotable Movie Lines of the 80s list. They're not the greatest lines from 80s movies -- just the ones that you've quoted the most over the years.
Today's big winner: Fan favorites "Caddyshack" and "Top Gun" -- easily two of the most quoted movies of the last 27 years.
But there are some mind-benders in here as well, including everyone's favorite line from one of John Cusack's most obscure movies.
Enjoy the list. Leave some feedback at the end. Check out the other 60 lines linked above, and always remember ... well, "I could tell you, but I'd have to kill you."
80 MOST QUOTABLE MOVIE LINES OF THE 80s: The Top 20
20. "Take me to bed or lose me forever." (Top Gun)
19. "Corn dog!" (Night Shift)
18. "Khhaaaaan!" (Star Trek 2)
17. "Demented and sad, but social." (Breakfast Club)
16. "I could tell you, but I'd have to kill you." (Top Gun)
15. "Cinderella story. Outta nowhere. A former greenskeeper, now, about to become the Masters champion. It looks like a mirac... It's in the hole! It's in the hole! It's in the hole!" (Caddyshack)
14. "I pity the fool." (Rocky 3)
13. "Bueller?...Bueller?" (Ferris Bueller's Day Off)
12."Heeeerrrre's Johnny!" (The Shining)
11. "Go ahead, make my day." (Sudden Impact)
10. "Wax on, wax off." (Karate Kid)
9. "I'll be back" (The Terminator)
8. "Shall we play a game?" (War Games)
7. They're heeere." (Poltergeist)
6. "I must break you!" (Rocky 4)
And the top 5...
5. "Game over, man, game over!" (Aliens): Bill Paxton's bit role in a largely forgettable movie gives him a line for the ages. (And surely a great sound clip for shutting down your computer.)
4. "Be the ball" (Caddyshack): Chevy Chase could have a top 80 list of his very own. But his "Be the ball" advice to Danny in Caddyshack now is a standard piece of advice during any friendly sporting event. ("Where did it land?" "Right in the lumberyard.")
3. "Yippee Ki-yay, [email protected]#$%!!" (Die Hard): Bruce Willis, you dirty dog -- this line can't enjoy its full impact on a family-friendly blog. And I nearly cried when he resurrected it for "Live Free or Die Hard."
2. "I want my two dollars!" (Better Off Dead): You remember the line, but probably not the character's or actor's full name. (It was "Johnny Gasparini" played by Demian Slade, whose only other memorable role was Frankie Avalon's son in 1987's "Back to the Beach.)
1. "Say hello to my little friend!" (Scarface): The "f-word" is repeated more than 200 times in the 1983 movie, but it's this "little" line by Al Pacino that people always imitate. Why? Because it can be used a hundred different ways -- including as a punchline on a popular gnome t-shirt.
There we are. Let the debate start. What lines are over-hyped? What lines did we leave out?