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Cheesiest movie moments #135760
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(British baker Warburtons posed the question "What are your top three cheesiest moments in film?" to 2,000 U.K. moviegoers in celebration of the launch of their new cheese-flavored crumpets.
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A Warburtons spokeswoman said: “We’re a nation of cheese lovers but these results show our love of cheese goes beyond food.”)


Top 10 cheesiest lines in film:

1 Titanic – “I’m the king of the world!” (Leonardo DiCaprio)

2 Dirty Dancing – “Nobody puts Baby in the corner.” (Patrick Swayze)

3 Four Weddings and a Funeral – “Is is still raining...” (Andie MacDowell)

4 Ghost – “I love you.” “Ditto.” (Demi Moore)

5 Top Gun – “You can be my wingman any time.” (Val Kilmer)

6 Notting Hill – “I’m just a girl...” (Julia Roberts)

7 Independence Day – “Today we celebrate our Independence Day.” (Bill Pullman)

8 Braveheart – “They may take our lives...” (Mel Gibson)

9 Jerry Maguire – “You had me at hello.” (Renee Zellweger)

10 The Postman – “You’re a godsend, a saviour.” “No, I’m a postman.” (Kevin Costner)

http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20041207/ap_en_mo/film_cheesy_movie_lines_7






Re: Cheesiest movie moments #135761
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I kinda like, "As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again."



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Re: Cheesiest movie moments #135762
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Can't remember the name of the swashbuckler but at the end the deposed prince turned mercenary turns away from his former capitol saying "Come men, we have nations to conquer, cities to loot and women to love!" and rides off sunset and all.
That sort of thing stays with you


like heartburn.


Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, and Rossini #135763
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"Well, old friend, it looks like our work here is done."

Followed, of course, by "Hiyo, Silver!" "Get-um up, Scout!"

Pa-da-bom, pa-da-bom, pa-da-bom bom bom...


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"What are your top three cheesiest moments in film?"

My cheesiest moment occurred when a stranger took her seat in a movie theatre beside me and dropped her serving of nachos and hot, sticky cheddar cheese into my lap.

This was a "wish I was there" moment I thought I would share with some of you folks.


Re: Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, and Rossini #135765
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um, the entire film "The Majestic" from start to finish?


I like cheese. #135766
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1. Die Hard: The black sergeant side-kick shoots Gudanov at the end of the movie and the wife decks the reporter.

2. Babe: "That'll do pig." (I loved the movie, though, and I particularly loved that line, cheesy though it was.)

3. Top Gun: second vote for the "You can be my wing man any time."

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Cheesiest movie moments, eh?

Hmmmmm…………

How about: anytime Jane Fonda tries to act.

No, wait! Anytime Patrick Stewart tries to act.
No, wait! Anytime Mel Gibson tries to act.
No, wait! Anytime Kenneth Branagh tries to act.

No, wait! Anytime Tom Cruise tries to be butch!
No, wait! Anytime Peter O’Toole tries to sing!
No, wait! Anytime Robert De Niro tries to act like he’s crying.

No, wait! Anytime James Cameron makes a movie.
No, wait! Anytime Oliver Stone makes a movie.

No, wait! Any movie produced by the Lifetime channel.

No, wait! There are far too many cheesy moments to pick only one!



Re: Cheesiest movie moments #135768
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Dgeigh - Talk about your "lactose intolerance"...

What about most Disney (non-animation) stuff.... or is that crossing sacred ground?


Re: Disney #135769
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What about most Disney (non-animation) stuff....

Ohhhhhhhgh! – Eeeeeech! – Ooooooogh! I can feel my arteries hardening just thinking about it!

So much cheese, so littl -- Oh! -- Darn! My leftt arrm is tingglinf!



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