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The Best Worst Lines In Movie History

by Emmy Griffiths Published on 11 March 2014
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Some screenwriters get things so, so wrong. Some actors deliver lines so, so badly. Whether it’s poorly written sex talk, cheesy romantic drivel, or simply appalling lines from movies that shouldn’t have been made – these movie lines are entertaining, but probably not for the right reasons!

Gigli

Time to get in the mood with the line “It’s turkey time…gobble gobble.” Argh, really JLo?!

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Star Wars Episode II

Why Hayden Christensen as Anakin? Why did George Lucas write this script? Why did no one intervene?

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The Wicker Man

Nicholas Cage: good or bad? It’s a question we know we can’t answer. He’s won an Oscar, but then there’s THIS.

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Troll 2

This guy’s reaction to his imminent death just doesn’t seem that plausible to us…

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Taffin

THEN MAYBE YOU SHOULDN’T BE LIVING HEEEEEEERE. Enough said.

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Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

There are some serious mother/daughter issues here. The wording of this is…well…beyond words, actually.

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Batman & Robin

Not everyone can pull of this horrendous line with so much charm. Robin can get away with it though!

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X Men

Halle Berry! What are you doing? This line could have been…well…not great, but not horrendously, awfully terrible either.

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Twilight

What even is this line? What the hell were they thinking? SPIDER MONKEY?!

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The Room

Every line. Every line from this film is just the worst. Could we suggest that it’s so bad it’s good? Nah. This film transcends the ‘it’s so bad it’s good’. It’s just awful.

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by Emmy Griffiths

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