Funny Movie Quotes Of All Time
The best funny movie quotes of all time come from some of the greatest comedies ever made. When people quote the funny movie quotes of all time in a conversation, it is sure to get a laugh and a response. See how many of the funny movie quotes of all time you recognize and how many of these movies you have seen.
- "Animal House" (1978) - "Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?" When John Blutarski (John Belushi) first uttered this in the movie "Animal House" (1978), it instantly became one of the funny movie quotes of all time. Ever since the movie was released, this line has become associated with trying to rally a group into action.
- "Caddyshack" (1990) - "Au revoir, gopher." There is a long list of Carl (Bill Murray) quotes from the movie "Caddyshack" (1990) that could have made the list of funny movie quotes of all time. But when Carl utters this French phrase right before trying to blast a gopher with a sniper's rifle, it just became the one classic from the movie.
- "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" (1975) - "Tis but a flesh wound." When the Black Knight (John Cleese) used this line to describe his status after losing both of his arms in a sword fight with King Arthur (Graham Chapman), he created one of the funny movie quotes of all time. The line is still used by men all over the world to describe something that looks painful but really is no big deal.
- "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" (1997) - "Do I make you horny?" Austin Powers (Mike Myers) believes he is the world's greatest swinger. What he always fails to realize is that he is popular with women because he makes them laugh, not because he makes them horny. This is one of those immortal movie quotes that has been used by men all over the world since the day the movie was released.
- "Wayne's World" (1992) - "If you blow chunks and she comes back, she's yours. But if you spew and she bolts, then it was never meant to be." Ah, the mysteries of love and life as explained by Wayne Campbell *(Mike Myers). Wayne used this line when explaining the uneasy stomach that love gives to his friend Garth (Dana Carvey). This eloquent explanation of the butterflies cause by love is definitely one of the funny movie quotes of all time.