Famous Last Lines in Movies Quiz



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Hollywood screenwriters love to leave audiences with one final, memorable quip. Do you know these famous last movie lines?

"You met me at a very strange time in my life."

Chuck Palahniuk wrote "Fight Club," which was turned into a film starring Brad Pitt.


"I was cured all right.”

Criminals steal the spotlight in the violent and mentally disturbing "A Clockwork Orange."


"One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach, all the damn vampires."

In 1987, Corey Haim and Jason Patric starred in "The Lost Boys," in which a gang of vampires vexes a California town.


"Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads."

In 1985, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd teamed up for this famous scene from "Back to the Future."


"The truth is … I am Iron Man."

The "Iron Man" adventure was just beginning when the first film emerged in 2008.


“Well, nobody’s perfect.”

In addition to its famous last line, "Some Like It Hot" was groundbreaking in its acceptance of then-taboo sexual concepts.


"That'll do, pig. That'll do."

And then he makes bacon out of the poor pig. Just kidding, the ending of "Babe" is a happy one for both pigs and humans.


"For it is plain as anyone can see. We're simply meant to be."

Jack Skellington happens upon Christmastown in "The Nightmare Before Christmas."


“Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.”

This is the very famous last line of "Casablanca" which starred Humphrey Bogart, Paul Henreid and Ingrid Bergman.


"Goodnight, you princes of Maine. You kings of New England."

Tobey Maguire ventures out into the world for the first time in "Cider House Rules."


"A man's got to know his limitations."

A cop named Harry Callahan delivers that line during "Magnum Force" in 1973.


“Kevin, what did you do to my room?”

More than one room gets wrecked during "Home Alone," which turned Macaulay Culkin into a brand name.


"I’ll go home, and I’ll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day!”

Hope you got this one right. Scarlett O'Hara just can't give up on Rhett Butler in "Gone With The Wind."


"Looks like I'm walking."

Jack Walsh (Robert De Niro) says this line as a cabbie ditches him in "Midnight Run."


"Now, where was I?"

Amnesia and flashbacks add to the psychologically challenging "Memento."


"As you wish."

"As you wish" is a repeating line in "The Princess Bride," a whimsical adventure from 1987.


"It's not like that at all. He's my brother."

Princess Leia says this one to Han Solo right before she kisses him in "Star Wars: Episode VI -- Return of the Jedi."


"They say they're going to repeal Prohibition." "What will you do then?" "I think I'll have a drink."

Eliot Ness took on Al Capone in the action-packed movie "The Untouchables."


"I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner. Bye."

Yes, he meant that he was eating another person for dinner, the perfect ending to "The Silence of the Lambs."


"Say friend, ya got any more a that good sarsaparilla?"

A Western narrator utters many of the best lines from "The Big Lebowski."


"Ernest Hemingway once wrote, 'The world is a fine place and worth fighting for.' I agree with the second part."

Morgan Freeman delivers this unforgettable line at the end of "Seven."


"So long... partner."

Tom Hanks (as Woody) makes millions of kids (and adults) sob at the end of "Toy Story 3."


"Hang on a minute, lads. I've got a great idea."

Michael Caine's character speaks the famous line as a bus teeters on the edge of a cliff in "The Italian Job."


"I'm not even gonna swat that fly. I hope they are watching. They'll see. They'll see and they'll know and they'll say, 'Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly'…"

"Mother" speaks those creepy lines as Norman rots in a cell at the end of "Psycho."


"A polar bear fell on me."

It was a goofy ending to a violent movie called "Road House," starring Patrick Swayze.


"The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist. And like that – poof – he’s gone!”

The movie, "The Usual Suspects," features one of the most memorable plot twists in recent Hollywood history.


"The horror, the horror…"

"Apocalypse Now" follows the insanity brought on by the Vietnam War.


"Some men get the world. Others get ex-hookers and a trip to Arizona."

Kim Basinger won Best Supporting Actress for her role in "L.A. Confidential."


"Where we go from there … is a choice I leave to you … "

Keanu Reeves sets up the final two movies in the trilogy with this last line from "The Matrix."


"Let's just wait here awhile, see what happens."

In "The Thing," waiting around usually winds up with people dying in horrible ways.


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