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  • In a scene in Scary Movie 4 parodying The War of the Worlds, Tom is discussing the alien invasion with a man holed up in house. Then the man throws this line out there:
    "This ain't a war, anymore than there's a war between men and maggots. Or, dragons and wolves. Or, men riding dragons, throwing wolves at maggots."
  • In Up in Smoke, Cheech tells a border guard that he and Chong have been in Mexico "A week. I mean a day," before settling on "a weekday."
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  • Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End:
    "Shoot him!"
    "Shoot him AND cut out his tongue, and shoot his tongue... and trim that scraggly beard!"
  • Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny. Kage orders the fried chicken, the steak, and the chicken-fried steak.
  • DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story:
    • White Goodeman introduces his dodgeball team.
      "Blade... Laser... Blazer..."
    • Lampshaded near the end with a character remarking, "They got Razor, Tazer, and all kinds of 'azers..."
  • Dog Soldiers: "Spiders. And women. And... spider-women."
  • When the Pike brothers in Blind Fury realize that things are going to go very wrong, they give us this response:
    Lyle: Shit!
    Tector: Fuck!
    Both: Shitfuck!
  • In Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure:
    Bill: This armor's heavy.
    Ted: Like metal.
    Both: Heavy metal! [air guitar]
  • In Liar Liar, Fletcher Reede confesses to a traffic cop his List of Transgressions: "I sped. I followed too closely. I ran a stop sign. I almost hit a Chevy. I sped some more. I failed to yield at a crosswalk. I changed lanes at the intersection. I changed lanes without signaling while running a red light and speeding."
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  • In Walk Hard, Dewey is seen in rehab while his nurse is asking for blankets to give him. First, she asks for more blankets. Then, she asks for less blankets. Then, she asks for more blankets AND less blankets.
  • From Kung Pow! Enter the Fist:
    "Killing is wrong. And bad. There should be a new, stronger word for killing. Like badwrong, or... badong. Yes, killing is badong."
  • From the original Arthur:
    Arthur: Hot baths are wonderful. Girls are wonderful!
    Hobson: Imagine how wonderful a girl who bathes would be?
  • Iron Man:
    Rhodey: Why do you sound out of breath?
    Tony Stark: I'm not. I was just jogging in the canyon.
    Rhodey: I thought you were driving.
    Tony Stark: Right, I was driving... to the canyon... where I'm gonna jog.
  • Hot Fuzz:
    Andy: Everybody and their mums is packing 'round 'ere.
    Nicholas: Like who?
    Andy: Farmers.
    Nicholas: Who else?
    Andy:' mums.
  • Mrs. Doubtfire has a notorious sequence of the son finding out the British nanny who watches over him and his sisters is actually his divorced dad in disguise. (It's a long story.) He is so shocked that he can barely speak, and while trying to explain the situation to his older sister he splutters: "He's a she! No, she's a he! No, he's a he-she!"
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  • A variation in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, when discussing the mutants Tokka and Razar, Shredder says they're stupid, the scientist insists they're just infants, but then is forced to concede that they're stupid infants.
  • In Dave, Kevin Kline's titular character is calling his real secretary to let her know he won't be available for a while, leading to the following:
    Dave (after saying that he's met a woman): She's great. She's really exotic! She's a princess! She's Polynesian - well, half Polynesian, and half American. She's... an Amnesian.
  • Used for the tagline for Syfy movie Sharknado:
    Sharks. Tornado. Sharknado. Enough said.
  • The Great Debaters has one with its cast, starring Denzel Washington, Forest Whitaker, and Denzel Whitaker.
  • Hysteria:
    Edmund: [making a toast] To the telephone.
    Mortimor: To the Queen.
    Edmund: To calling the Queen on the telephone.
  • Damsels in Distress:
    Rose: Priss is a rat. A bitch. A rat bitch.


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