What is the best spoken line in any movie?

 The history of making movies in Hollywood is quite long. We've had a lot of decent movies since the birth of Hollywood. There were also many prominent dialogues in these movies. Here are some of my favourite lines:

1. "Why so serious?"

Outstanding dialogue delivery of Heath Ledger may responsible for why this line always wrapped up No. 1 among fans of this movie, who are aged 20- 40.

2. "I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse."

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A widespread and famous line from all of three Godfather movies. Screenwriter Mario Puzo and director Francis Ford Coppola were on distinct coasts at the time of co-writing the story for the first film.

3. "The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club."

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Edward Norton and Brad Pitt were exceptionally serious for the film Fight Club. They showed an unprecedented dedication for the movie. Both received training in boxing, tae kwon do, grappling and researched hours on UFC programming. Pitt was regularly consulted by a dentist to have front tooth chipped.

4. "Bond. James Bond"

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The James Bond series was developed in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming. The writer focused on a fictional British Secret Service agent, named in the series title and featured that character in twelve novels and two short-story collections.

"By God, [that] is the dullest name I've ever heard," Fleming told about the lead character's name, once.

5." Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer."

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This dialogue is widely cited to Sun Tzu, Machiavelli and an Arabian saying, this particular line received directly from the writings of screenwriters Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola.

6. "I'm the king of the world"

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Director James Cameron acknowledged "making a fool of" himself by repeating the line as he got the prize in best picture category, Oscar for the movie ‘Titanic'.

7. "Run Forest Run"

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Adolescent Jenny Curran, played by Hanna R. Hall, in the movie, Forrest Gump, was delivered this dialogue (directed by Robert Zemeckis, 1994). Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) was born with a birth defect on his legs, so his doctor (who is either a dumbhead or just as awry as Forrest's back) pressures him to wear leg braces.

8. "I wish I knew how to quit you"

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Jack and Ennis, atypical lovebirds, (Movie: Brokeback Mountain) both realize it would be easier if they didn't have the feelings for each other that they do, which is why Jack—after verbally laying into Ennis—turns his back and mutters, "I wish I knew how to quit you.

9."You complete me".

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In Jerry Maguire, the movie of 1997, there was a remarkable scene, where Jerry (Tom Cruise) is striving to reconcile with his wife, Dorothy (Renee Zellweger). He is trying to convince her that his life is superficial without her.

10."Every Man Has His Breaking Point."

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This is the excerpt uttered by Red (Shawshank Redemption) just before the sequence plays out that leads to Andy's escape. There is no better path to interpret how Andy was feeling just before he escaped Shawshank and began his new life.

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