Top 10 Movie Quotes 2010
Last year was full was many memorable movies as well as memorable quotes, including these top 10 movie quotes of 2010. While some quotes made the movie, others simply stand out despite the quality of the film they appear in. These are the quotes that will be remembered the most from 2010.
"I'm 6'5", 220 pounds and there are two of me." Upon hearing that his idea for The Facebook has been stolen, Tyler Winklevoss, one half of the Winklevoss twins, utters this movie quote in “The Social Network” to show that he is not a man to be messed with.
"I want one." While “Iron Man 2” may not have lived up to the first film, Tony Stark reads the thoughts of audiences around the world when he says this after being introduced to Scarlett Johansson.
"You're really ruining my Zen thing, man." The dude abides as Jeff Bridges delivers this “Big Lebowksi” throwback movie quote in “Tron: Legacy.”
"You just contact the mayor's office. He has a special signal he shines in the sky; it's in the shape of a giant cunt." Hit Girl dead pans this movie quote in the would be superhero film “Kick-Ass”, showing that they have nothing in common with Batman.
"Ooops." Aron Ralston has just fallen down a large crevasse in between the rocks in the middle of nowhere in Utah and is trapped beneath a large boulder that is crushing his arm in “127 Hours.” Ooops is an understatement.
"Not you, not you, and not you!" Comeback fighter Micky Ward let’s everyone know who is in charge as he takes control of his life from his overbearing mother and drug addict brother in “The Fighter.”
"You mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling." Pulling out a grenade launcher while saying this movie quote, forger Eames shows the newbies how to take control of their dreams in “Inception.”
“Machete don't text." He’s Mexican, he’s a badass, but he don’t text. Danny Trejo keeps it real in “Machete” with this movie quote.
“I just want to be perfect.” As she struggles to embody the sweet and seduction sides of the Black Swan, Nina continuously says these words, showing her steady descent into madness in “The Black Swan.”
“F*ck, f*ck, f*ck!” The timid King George VI resorts to simple profanity to cure the stutters in “The King’s Speech.” This simple movie quote earned the film an “R” rating, but also a boatload of awards.