Famous Lines From English Films

Have you read Hugot Lines from English Films? If not, then I tell you that you have to! If yes, then thank you very much and expect that there’s part two. Well, the second part won’t focus anymore to hugots because we already tackled that and I realized that movie lines can be famous even it’s not a hugot, so what we have here are famous lines from English films. Through having movie marathons as our hobby, as what I’ve said in Unforgettable Lines From Pinoy Movies, we are stunned to these lines of the characters that is perfectly uttered in the movies. To add on that, the effective trailers make the viewers have LLS on it. Yes, LLS! If we have the LSS, we also got LLS which meas Last Lines Syndrome. Read on to know what’s on my LLS.

 

“Nobody’s Perfect” – Joe E. Brown, Sombody Like It Hot

Somebody Like It Hot

Nobody’s Perfect – one of the quotes that I always see in high school yearbooks. It just means that this is one of the most common qoutations used by people without knowing where it was first mentioned. For everyone’s information, this famous quote was originated in 1959 movie, Somebody Like It Hot.

 

“The name’s Bond, James Bond.” – David Niven, Casino Royale

Casino Royale

The character of James Bond is supposed to be cool. If you want to act cool and sexy, you can say your name like this – the name’s King. Ane King. Oh! I think it’s an epic fail to my name. My last name doesn’t agree with my feminism. Well, just try it on your own.

 

“I’m flying, Jack!” – Kate Winslet, Titanic

Titanic

According to jamescameronstitanic.wikia, this line is the most famous scene in Titanic. And yes, I have to agree with it because in fact, it was the first line that came into my mind while making this article. And another fact, my friends and I always state this line whenever we are at the edge of a high terrace.

 

“Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get” – Tom Hanks, Forrest Gump

forrest gump

Actually, this should be included in the list of Hugot Lines of English Films because the deepness of its meaning can be seen as Forrest Gump states this line. It means that unexpected things happen in life. Since this line is very famous also, I also considered it to be in this list.

 

“I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” – Judy Garland, The Wizard of Oz

Wizard of Oz

Dorothy, here, is whisked away from her home in Kansas to the fantasy world called Oz by a hurricane and this is the reason why she spitted this sentence. From then on, this has become people’s expression when they ended up in a strange place and they’re out of their comfort zone.

 

“Just keep swimming.” – Ellen DeGeneres, Finding Nemo

finding nemo

Yeah! Just keep swimming. Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming. What do we do? We swim, swim! Who would not forget this famous and repetitive line from Dory and this scene from the famous animated film, Finding Nemo? Everyone! Dory is just so hilarious that’s why.

 

“Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?” – Kristen Bell, Frozen

Frozen

Finally, kids this generation have their entry! The recent movie Frozen let us remember Elsa, Anna and Olaf, the snowman that they made. And I know that it’s not just the kids who got caught by this line. Everyone is singing along with Anna’s Do-you-wanna-build-a-snowman.

 

“May the force be with you” – Star Wars

star wars

The line has been said by at least one character in each of the Star Wars movie that’s why it was really imprinted in the minds of the viewers. This phrase is a their way of saying good luck and the force that they are saying gives the people strength. This line is symbolic in the Star Wars legacy.