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* ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''

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* ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy''

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* ''Film/BagdadCafe'': "Magic!"


* ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'': "You can shine no matter what you're made of."

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'':
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"You can shine no matter what you're made of."


* ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'': "You can shine no matter what your made of."

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'': "You can shine no matter what your you're made of."
** "See a need, fill a need.
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** "Get up/get back up."


*** "When is a bomb not a bomb?" "A bomb is not a bomb [[spoiler: when it's a [[SuperPowerMeltdown misfire]]."

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*** "When is a bomb not a bomb?" "A bomb is not a bomb [[spoiler: when it's a [[SuperPowerMeltdown misfire]]."]]"

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** ''Film/IronMan3''
*** "You know who I am."
*** "We create our own demons." May also be applicable to [[spoiler: Avengers: Age of Ultron, given its premise.]]
*** "When is a bomb not a bomb?" "A bomb is not a bomb [[spoiler: when it's a [[SuperPowerMeltdown misfire]]."


* One for every ''Dirty Harry'' movie:


*** "Soldiers".



*** Variants on "avenge" (In addition to the title and The Avengers Initiative, there's the unspoken but implied last word of Coulson's assertion that the team were never going to work together "if they didn't have something [[KilledMidSentence to...]]" and finally Tony's threat to Loki that they will avenge the world if they can't save it.)

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*** Variants on "avenge" "avenge". (In addition to the title and The Avengers Initiative, there's the unspoken but implied last word of Coulson's assertion that the team were never going to work together "if they didn't have something [[KilledMidSentence to...]]" and finally Tony's threat to Loki that they will avenge the world if they can't save it.)

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* ''Franchise/{{Saw}}''
** "I want to play a game."
** "Live or die. Make your choice/The choice is yours."
** "Game over."


* ''Film/Idiocracy'': "Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way." Joe prefers to get out of the way and his CharacterDevelopment involves him learning that sometimes being neutral isn't an option.

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* ''Film/Idiocracy'': ''Film/{{Idiocracy}}'': "Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way." Joe prefers to get out of the way and his CharacterDevelopment involves him learning that sometimes being neutral isn't an option.


** If there are any arc words for the franchise as a whole, or at least Iron Man's character arc, they would be "I am Iron Man". Said in Iron Man I to admit he was responsible for everything in the film, Iron Man III after he spent the whole movie showing us that he was more than his suits, and [[spoiler: Endgame [[ShutUpHannibal in defiance of Thanos's "I am inevitable"]] [[FacingTheBulletsOneLiner right before]] [[HeroicSacrifice he snaps his fingers.]]]]

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** If there are any arc words for the franchise as a whole, or at least Iron Man's character arc, they would be "I am Iron Man". Said in Iron Man I to admit he was responsible for everything in the film, Iron Man II [[ObstructiveBureaucrat at congress]] to defend his continued control of his suits, Iron Man III after he spent the whole movie showing us that he was more than his suits, and [[spoiler: Endgame [[ShutUpHannibal in defiance of Thanos's "I am inevitable"]] [[FacingTheBulletsOneLiner right before]] [[HeroicSacrifice he snaps his fingers.]]]]


** If there are any arc words for the franchise as a whole, they would be "I am Iron Man". Said in Iron Man I to admit he was responsible for everything in the film, Iron Man III when he realized that he was more than his suits, and [[spoiler: Endgame [[ShutUpHannibal in defiance of Thanos's "I am inevitable"]] [[FacingTheBulletsOneLiner right before]] [[HeroicSacrifice he snaps his fingers.]]]]

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** If there are any arc words for the franchise as a whole, or at least Iron Man's character arc, they would be "I am Iron Man". Said in Iron Man I to admit he was responsible for everything in the film, Iron Man III when after he realized spent the whole movie showing us that he was more than his suits, and [[spoiler: Endgame [[ShutUpHannibal in defiance of Thanos's "I am inevitable"]] [[FacingTheBulletsOneLiner right before]] [[HeroicSacrifice he snaps his fingers.]]]]

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** If there are any arc words for the franchise as a whole, they would be "I am Iron Man". Said in Iron Man I to admit he was responsible for everything in the film, Iron Man III when he realized that he was more than his suits, and [[spoiler: Endgame [[ShutUpHannibal in defiance of Thanos's "I am inevitable"]] [[FacingTheBulletsOneLiner right before]] [[HeroicSacrifice he snaps his fingers.]]]]


* ''Film/ChristopherRobin'': Two contrasting phrases are brought up throughout the film and recur frequently: "Nothing comes from nothing" and "Doing nothing often leads to the very best kind of something."



** ''Film/DirtyHarry'': "Do you feel lucky, punk?"

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** * ''Film/DirtyHarry'': "Do you feel lucky, punk?"



* ''Film/GetOut2017''
** From the trailer: "A mind is a terrible thing to waste".
** From the film itself, variations on "just like one of the family".
** "Dead by the side of the road" comes up a lot it's how Chris' mother dies, how the deer Chris and Rose hit with their car dies, what Dean says he thinks should happen to all deer, and how [[spoiler: Chris leaves [[ManipulativeBitch Rose]] at the end]].



* ''Film/Idiocracy'': "Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way." Joe prefers to get out of the way and his CharacterDevelopment involves him learning that sometimes being neutral isn't an option.



* ''{{Mongol}}'': All Mongols fear thunder.

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* ''{{Mongol}}'': ''Film/{{Mongol}}'': All Mongols fear thunder.


** In ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', the word "dream" crops up a lot, most notably when Rapunzel asks the thugs in the [[BadGuyBar Snuggly Duckling]] if they've ever had a dream, as a plea to get them to release Flynn. Not only does this sway them to her side, but leads into a whole ''musical number'' about them sharing their dreams. Later, after Rapunzel has finally lives her own dream and is sitting with Flynn on the boat, she ask him what does she do with her life now. His response? "Well, that's the good part I guess. You get to go find a new dream." Then finally, during Flynn's [[spoiler: DisneyDeath, he tells Rapunzel "You were my new dream."]] "And you were mine."

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** In ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', the word "dream" crops up a lot, most notably when Rapunzel asks the thugs in the [[BadGuyBar Snuggly Duckling]] if they've ever had a dream, as a plea to get them to release Flynn. Not only does this sway them to her side, but leads into a whole ''musical number'' about them sharing their dreams. Later, after Rapunzel has finally lives lived her own dream and is sitting with Flynn on the boat, she ask him what does she do with her life now. His response? "Well, that's the good part I guess. You get to go find a new dream." Then finally, during Flynn's [[spoiler: DisneyDeath, he tells Rapunzel "You were my new dream."]] "And you were mine."

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