Aladdin Quotes Ain’t Never Had A Friend Like Me

Monday, September 19 by Corey Vasey

If you are a Disney fan or a child of the 90s you’ll probably be familiar with the best "Aladdin" quotes. The Disney animated movie “Aladdin” was released in 1992 and is full of wonderful dialogue. Here are the five best quotes from the movie.

 

“I'm history. No, I'm mythology. Ah, I don't care wha I am, I'm free!” – Genie  This is a classic line from “Aladdin’s” most entertaining character. This is a great quote because it works for both children and adults. While children may not understand the history and mythology behind the story, they do relate to the energy and jubilation in which it is delivered.

“Look at this. I'm so ticked off that I'm molting.” – Iago  Jafar’s evil parrot henchman is the owner of this quote. After his plans are spoiled he quickly loses his cool and begins to lose his feathers as well. Iago, voiced by Gilbert Gottfried, is very funny and a great personality to add to the story. Gottfried’s unique, and let’s face it awful, voice is perfect for the character.  

“You're speechless, I see. A fine quality in a wife.” – Jafar   Jafar delivers this line with that classic evil attitude. This quote is not only funny but rather relevant to the culture and time period for which the story takes place, adding a little something extra.

“Trouble? No way. You're only in trouble if you get caught.”- Aladdin   Aladdin is represented so well by this quote. The character is a bit rebellious but has only the best intentions in the end. This really shines through when he explains his theory on trouble to the princess.

“But oh, to be free. Not to have to go "Poof! Whaddaya need," "Poof! Whaddaya need," "Poof! Whaddaya need?" To be my own master. Such a thing would be greater than all the magic and all the treasures in all the world.” – Genie  Definitely a memorable moment, this quote comes near the end of the movie when Aladdin uses his last wish to set the genie free. These are words of wisdom and lay out one of the movie’s major motifs. It is also a great feel good moment to see the story’s hero doing a completely unselfish act for a friend.

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