->''"But what did we really, sincerely, expect anyway, from a movie in which Slim Pickens plays a character named 'Tex'? If you can think of a single line of dialog that Slim Pickens, as 'Tex,' wouldn't say in ''[[ThePoseidonAdventure Beyond the Poseidon Adventure]]'', please do not miss this movie, which will be filled with amazements and startling revelations."''
-->--'''Creator/RogerEbert'''

->''"Their car breaks down, leaving them stranded in a small town called Conejo Springs (''conejo'' being Spanish for 'rabbit'—and [[{{Anvilicious}} watch out for that anvil]])"''
-->-- '''''TheAgonyBooth''''', ''S. Darko: A DonnieDarko Tale''

->''"''Film/TheMatrix'' is not what you'd call a subtle movie...when the film wanted to hint that [[TheMole Pantoliano will turn traitor]], it named his character after the spelling variant of 'cipher,' which means, among other things, 'zero.' In binary terms, [[GeniusBonus 'zero' is the opposite of 'one,']] which is how everybody refers to Neo, which in turn would make anyone named 'Zero' the polar opposite of the supposed hero of the movie. And doesn't that describe Cypher perfectly? Because he wasn't ''just'' a villain: He represented an entirely different philosophy of dealing with the machines, preferring [[HappinessInSlavery blissful ignorance]] over fighting for [[WasItReallyWorthIt a desolate piece of rock]] with a permanent layer of sun-blocking depression surrounding it."''
-->--'''''{{Website/Cracked}}''''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-movies-plots-given-away-by-characters-names_p2/#ixzz33LvWGIPf "5 Movies Plot Given Away by the Character's Names"]]

->''"What does it matter what your name is? Take on whatever you wish, make it your own. But know this: a thousandfold names can not [[ArcWords change the nature of a man.]]"''
-->-- '''Dak'kon''', ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment''

->''"Didn't anybody hear that? ''Phil Mygrave''? Isn't anyone going to make a joke about that name?"''
-->-- '''{{C|oolCar}}AR''', ''WesternAnimation/TheReplacements''

->''"Hard. Head. It's not just a name, you know."''
-->-- '''{{Hard|Head}}head''', ''{{Transformers}}: Revelation''

->Margaret is greek you geek\\
It means pearl\\
I'm a pure girl...
-->-- '''[[EarWorm Philistine]]''', ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' 2 OST

->''"Believe it or not, one of the most difficult tasks you face as Dungeon Master is dreaming up cool names for all those places, [[OddJobGods gods]], [[OurMonstersAreDifferent monsters]], and {{NPC}}s you create. As superficial as this chore might seem, nothing kills interest in an ''[[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons AD&D]]''[[TradeSnark ®]] game faster than goofy names. The minute your players are attacked by Gargathrank the Unclean, a great deal of the credibility you've carefully fostered flies straight out the window. Don't forget that the players' first impressions of your game world are based, in part, on the names you choose."''
-->-- '''Ray Winninger''', "Dungeoncraft", ''Magazine/{{Dragon}} Magazine'' (May 1999)

->''"[=DuBois.=] -- It's a French name. It means woods and Blanche means white, so the two together mean white woods. Like an orchard in spring! You can remember it by that."''
-->-- '''[=Blanche DuBois=]''', ''AStreetcarNamedDesire''

->"My name is Alice, but--"\\
"It's a stupid name enough!" Humpty Dumpty interrupted impatiently; "What does it mean?"\\
"Must a name mean something?" Alice asked doubtfully.\\
"Of course it must," Humpty Dumpty said with a short laugh...
-->-- '''Creator/LewisCarroll''', ''Through the Looking-Glass'' [[note]]Interestingly enough, it is largely because of this work that the name Alice [[AliceAllusion does mean something]]. (More literally, it means "of nobility".)[[/note]]

->''"Eino Leino! It was an Finnish Homopoet who was extremely negative: "Ei" means No in Finnish, and "No" means No in English. So his name was '''No No Lei No!''' And what Lei means, no one knows."''
-->-- '''Robert Gustavsson''', as the Homofobic Herman Ers majestät, in one of his sketches.

->''"Geddit? ''Know'' ''me'' - I'm alone! Genius!"''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick''' on ''[[{{Showgirls}} Nomi Malone]]'' and dripping with sarcasm.

->''[[AltumVidetur Nomen est omen]]''
-->-- '''[[BilingualBonus Latin proverb]]'''

->''"When a reader reads that Armand de Bois-Tracy met Nob, he or she will have no problem with distinguishing which one is a viscount and which one is a miller."''
-->-- '''[[Franchise/TheWitcher Andrzej Sapkowski]]''', quoted [[http://witcher.wikia.com/wiki/Proper_Names_in_Translation here]].

->''"His name is ''Brute''? Yeegh, [[GenreSavvy that doesn't sound too promising.]]"''
-->-- '''Jack''', ''ComicBook/RapunzelsRevenge''

->'''Terry:''' What's the creepy lady's power?\\
'''Tamara:''' I don't know, but they call her 'Bombshell'.\\
'''Terry:''' [[GenreSavvy Oh,]] ''[[DeadpanSnarker that's]]'' [[LampshadeHanging encouraging]].
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''

->'''Clumsy:''' Just because your ''name'' is Grouchy doesn't mean you always have to ''be'' grouchy!
->'''Grouchy:''' Uh, yeah. It does.
-->--''Film/TheSmurfs''

->''"In the midst of all this, there was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernie_madoff Bernie Madoff]]. An embezzler named "made off". Hmm... Was the name not a clue? Did he have to be with the accounting firm of Dewey, Fuckyou, and Howe?"''
-->-- '''Creator/RobinWilliams''', on Bernie Madoff and the 2008 financial crisis, ''Weapons of Self Destruction''.

->''"Ooh, a potential father to a new wave of humanity is named Adam - bet that was an all-night brainstormer!"''
-->-- '''[[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw]]''' in his review of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution''

->''"His parents locked in his career when they named him “[[TheJeeves Jeeves]]”"''
-->-- A comment on ''WebVideo/FiveSecondFilms'' short [[http://5secondfilms.com/watch/butlers_behaving_boldly "Butlers Behaving Boldly"]]

->'''Maurice:''' Well hi there, son, what's your name?
->'''Chip:''' Chip![[note]]He's a teacup.[[/note]]
->'''Maurice:''' ''*examines large "chip" in his teacup body*'' Figures.
-->-- ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' (stage version)

->'''Johnny Blaze:''' You know the local top cop, Wyatt?
->'''Wyatt Wingfoot:''' Captain Tyrell Manhunter, appropiate name, huh?
-->-- ''Blaze'' #4

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