->It must have a woman, or wom'''en''' in it, I daresay. It should depict human emotions at some point. General themes of romance should be touched upon or, if possible, hammered on. Clothes should be shown, of course. It must be free of any scenes containing rocket launchers, and at no time should the lead actors punch each other in the face or kick one another's groin for any length of time. [[RatedMForManly Any scenes with exploding helicopters]] would certainly disqualify it.
-->-- '''Mike Nelson'''

->''Film/SleeplessInSeattle'' makes my balls shrivel.

->'''Rhoda:''' Anna Faris is a young professional who realizes--\\
'''Mike:''' Wait. "Young professional"? No, no, she plays an ignorant slut.
-->-- ''[[WebVideo/RedLetterMedia Half in the Bag]]'', dueling perspectives on ''Whats My Number?''

->'''Robot''': So, how'd you like the movie?\\
'''Fry''': Uh, too much love, not enough human killing.\\
'''Robot''': Yeah. It was a real ChickFlick.
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', "Fear of a Bot Planet"

->'''Peggy:''' Hank, just because it takes place on a rose farm doesn't make it a lady movie.\\
'''Hank:''' Doesn't help.
-->--''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', "Chasing Bobby"

->'''Scully:''' ''Film/{{Caddyshack}}'', Mulder?
->'''Mulder:''' It's a classic American movie.
->'''Scully:''' That's what every guy says. It's a guy movie.
->'''Mulder:''' Okay, when you invite me over to your place we can watch ''Film/SteelMagnolias''.
-->--''Series/TheXFiles'', "Je Souhiate"