Yeah, Baby, Yeah: The Top 15 Movie Catchphrases

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By Wesley Oliver,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 4, 2009 2:21 AM CDT

As time goes by, movie catchphrases become a dime a dozen. Luckily, Film.com lists the top 15 one-liners, and as lists go, you must remember this:

  • “Here's looking at you, kid.” (Casablanca, 1942)
  • “Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me aren't you?” (The Graduate, 1967)
  • “You talking to me?” (Taxi Driver, 1976)

  • “May the Force be with you.” (Star Wars, 1977)
  • “La-di-da, la-di-da …” (Annie Hall, 1977)
  • “You can't handle the truth!” (A Few Good Men, 1992)
  • “Show me the money!” (Jerry Maguire, 1996)
  • “You are the cheese to my macaroni.” (Juno, 2007)
  • “Why so serious?” (The Dark Knight, 2008)
For the full list, click the link below. (Read more movies stories.)

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