Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.— Clark Gable
Simplistic Popular Movie quotations
Do not exchange your dignity for popularity.
May the Force be with you.
I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse.
Avoid popularity; it has many snares and no real benefit.
Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make!
I don't have any illusion that The Creeper is as popular or will ever be as popular as any of the classic movie monsters, but I think in the heart of every young horror fan is his desire to create his own creature.
I'll make him an offer he can't refuse.
No! Try not. Do, or do not. There is no try.
You can't handle the truth!
The comics of course, help the movies, because all of the comic fans want to see the movies. And the most amazing thing about it is these movies seem to appeal to young people, to old people, and to people all over the world. They're as popular in China and Latin America as they are here. That's really amazing and gratifying.
You know, what's popular? Okay, vampires are very popular.
Let me make my vampire movie. I'm not saying you can't make a vampire movie. But if you're going to do one do something crazy. I mean don't just get a bunch of, like I said, models and make them into vampires so you'll get an audience. You know maybe get some ugly vampires for a change.
I'm not interested in a realistic look - not at all, not ever. Every film should look the way I feel.
My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die!
I'm not interested in popular culture.
I hate Quentin Tarantino. I rarely go to movies. I hate rock 'n' roll. I work. I think. I listen to classical music. I brood. I like sports cars.
Ibiza is a popular vacation place for a lot of the players in Spain.
If you go in the summer, there are some of the world's most famous movie and music stars, so nobody cares about soccer players.
Great moments are born from great opportunities.
Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night!
Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room.
To me, movies are valuable as an art form and as a wonderful means of popular entertainment. But I think movies have gone terribly wrong.
All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun.
I'm absolutely positive it's in our human nature to want to know about the past.
The two most popular movies of all time, while not historically accurate, are about core historic events: 'Gone With the Wind' and 'Titanic.'
I was never a fanatical movie person.
There are many popular films I absolutely love like anyone else. Having said that, I don't have time to go to the movies very much. I work a lot of different things, I'm always busy. But I'm always happy to see a popular movie.
It just sort of happened. I wrote like what I'd always read and what was in the movies... I'm sure popular music is supposed to be like this.
Life is a giant popularity contest
By...our readiness to allow arms to be purchased at will and fired at whim; by allowing our movie and television screens to teach our children that the hero is one who masters the art of shooting and the technique of killing...we have created an atmosphere in which violence and hatred have become popular pastimes.
The immense popularity of American movies abroad demonstrates that Europe is the unfinished negative of which America is the proof
As popular culture becomes more presentist, we move away from entertainment as the vicarious experience of a narrative - as watching someone else's story - and much more toward enacting one's own story. Moving away from myths and toward fantasy role-playing games, away from movies and toward videogames.
I think movies are getting dumber, actually. Where it used to be 50/50 and it's 3% good and 97% stupid.
It's sad that women characters have lost so much ground in popular movies.
Didn't 'Thelma and Louise' prove that women want to see women doing things on film? Thelma and Louise were in a classic car; they were being chased by cops; they shot up a truck - and women loved it.
If a movie is nominated for, say, an Academy award, that movie will instantly become popular in Japan. There's always been a bit of a complex the Japanese have about being taken seriously in the West.
I make unpopular versions of popular things.
I make a horror film and it's not a horror film. None of my genre movies function as genre movies.
To make a great film need three things - the script, the script and the script.
When I was a kid, I was watching the movies my parents wanted to watch.
I came from a working class family, not specifically educated, so we were watching popular movies. My dad liked cowboy movies, so we were watching cowboy movies. Some of them were amazing. It’s a genre of movie I like very much.
I've done movies with Oliver Stone and Michael Mann.
And I've done quite a few dramas in my time, from the theatre to film work. I just think the audience is used to seeing me on 'Saturday Night Live,' and 'K-9,' and 'Curly Sue' and of course, 'According to Jim.' I think that my comedies have been the most popular.
The popularity of disaster movies expresses a collective perception of a world threatened by irresistible and unforeseen forces which nevertheless are thwarted at the last moment. Their thinly veiled symbolic meaning might be translated thus: We are innocent of wrongdoing. We are attacked by unforeseeable forces come to harm us. We are, thus, innocent even of negligence. Though those forces are insuperable, chance will come to our aid and we shall emerge victorious.
In America, the only truly popular art form is the movies.
Most people consider painting a hobby and literature, schoolwork.
I was surprised that the TV series was popular itself, but after that it went on to become more popular over the years and thus it seemed eventually that they would turn it into a movie.
With a movie you're creating from the beginning this particular work, let's not call it work of art, because very few movies are works of art, let's just call them bits of popular culture, whatever they are, sometimes very rarely by accident a movie becomes a work of art.
I've had some movies that have been ridiculed, but that's OK with me.
I don't feel that really defines me. Should I change who I am to be popular?
American films are terribly popular all over the world and American movie stars are terribly important. I don't know why.
I feel more influenced in my own work by dreams than I do by other writers' works in a way. Or by popular culture, movies - what else is there to write about than love and loss?
In the Rodgers and Hammerstein generation, popular hits came out of shows and movies.
The love of Christ is not a pretend love.
It is not a greeting-card love. It is not the kind of love that is praised in popular music and movies.