For those of you who aren't aware, I love quotes from movies. So I'm going to post some now.
From How to Train Your Dragon -
Astrid: [Referring to Toothless] I bet he's really frightened right now... what are you gonna do about it? Hiccup: Ehhh... probably something stupid. Astrid: Good, but you've already done that. Hiccup: Then something crazy...! Astrid: That's more like it!
Gobber: Meet the Terrible Terror! Tuffnut: Ha! It's like the size of my... [the Terror leaps onto his face] Tuffnut: OH, GET IT OFF!
the Viking teens enter the training grounds] Tuffnut: I hope I get some serious burns. Ruffnut: I'm hoping for some mauling, like, on my shoulder or lower back. Astrid: [sarcastically] Yeah, it's only fun if you get a scar out of it. Hiccup: [walking up behind them, with dry wit] No kidding, right? Pain. Love it. Tuffnut: Oh great! Who let him in?
Tuffnut: Oh, I'm hurt! I am very much hurt!
Hiccup: You just gestured to all of me!
Astrid: It's a mess. You must feel horrible. You've lost everything, your father, your tribe, your best friend... Hiccup: Thank you for summing that up.
Fishlegs: I'm okay! [the Gronkle he's riding flips over and lands on top of him] Fishlegs: Less okay!
Hiccup: [about Berk's dragon problem] Most people would leave, but not us. We're Vikings. We have stubbornness issues.
Gobber: Look for its blind spot! Every dragon has one. Find it, hide in it, and strike! [Tuffnut and Ruffnut huddle in front of the dragon's face] Ruffnut: [sniffing] Ugh! Do you ever bathe? Tuffnut: You don't like it, then just get your own blind spot! Ruffnut: How about I give you one...! [the dragon notices them. They scream and run for cover] Gobber: Blind spot, yes. Deaf spot? Not so much.
Astrid: [hanging from a tree branch] Hiccup! Get me down from here! Hiccup: You have to give me a chance to explain. Astrid: I am not listening to *anything* you have to say! Hiccup: Then I won't speak. Just let me show you. [softer] Hiccup: Please, Astrid. [Astrid lifts herself up and gingerly climbs onto Toothless's back] Astrid: Now get me down. Hiccup: Toothless, down. *Gently.* [Toothless spreads his wings, and the wind slowly lifts them into the air] Hiccup: See? Nothing to be afraid of... [Toothless launches himself into the sky at top speed, Astrid begins screaming] Hiccup: Whoa! Toothless! What is wrong with you? Bad dragon! [Almost losing her grip, Astrid lunges forward and wraps her arms and legs around Hiccup] Hiccup: [laughing nervously] He-he's not usually like this... [Toothless banks... ] Hiccup: Oh, no... [... and dives straight down toward the ocean, and Astrid screams louder, as Toothless plunges in and out of the ocean] Hiccup: Toothless, what are you doing? We need her to like us! [Toothless flies into the sky again and starts doing aileron rolls] Hiccup: And now the spinning. Thank you for nothing, you useless reptile. Astrid: [terrified] Okay, I am sorry! I'm sorry! Just get me off of this thing!
[first lines] Hiccup: [voice-over] This is Berk. It's twelve days north of Hopeless and a few degrees south of Freezing to Death. It's located solidly on the Meridian of Misery. My village. In a word? Sturdy, and it's been here for seven generations, but every single building is new. We have fishing, hunting, and a charming view of the sunset. The only problems are the pests. You see, most places have mice or mosquitoes. We have... [aloud] Hiccup: Dragons!
Hiccup: You, sir, are playing a dangerous game! Keeping this much raw viking-ness contained! There will be consequences! Gobber: [deadpan] I'll take my chances.
From A Series of Unfortunate Events -
Count Olaf: I'm gonna get you kids. No matter where you go, no matter what you do, I'll *find* you! Oh, you are so deceased!
Klaus Baudelaire: Did Ike die in a fire? Aunt Josephine: No, no, silly boy... he was eaten by leeches. Sunny: [non-subtitled] Okay.
Count Olaf: Why aren't you orphans in the kitchen preparing dinner? Violet Baudelaire: Dinner? Count Olaf: It's the French word for the evening meal.
Klaus Baudelaire: This is ridiculous! Violet's only 14! She can't be legally married! Count Olaf: She can if she has the permission of her guardian. And who's that? Oh, yes. Me! [laughs maniacally] Count Olaf: Look it up, bookworm!
Klaus Baudelaire: Aunt Josephine? Violet Baudelaire: Never heard of her. Klaus Baudelaire: Doesn't it strike you odd that none of our relatives are related to us?
Count Olaf: I will raise these orphans as if they were actually wanted!
The Detective: [to Violet] Little girl, the big cage door is open. No snake. Dead guy. You know what I'm thinking? I'm thinking who woke me up at nine in the morning for this?
From The Parent Trap -
Hallie: I have a brilliant beyond brilliant idea!
Annie: That girl is without a doubt, the lowest, most awful creature to ever walk the planet! Hallie: [watching from outside, impersonating Elvis] Thank you, thank you very much!
Hallie: You wanna know the *real* difference between us? Annie: Let me see... I know how to fence and you don't... Or I have class and you don't. Take your pick. Hallie: Why I oughta!
Annie: [Hallie is getting ready to cut Annie's hair] Don't shut YOUR eyes! Hallie: Okay, sorry. Got a little nervous! Annie: YOU'RE nervous? An 11 year-old is cutting my hair! Hallie: Hey, you sounded just like me! Annie: Well, I'm supposed to, aren't I?
Meredith Blake: You know, from the way your father talked about you, I expected a little girl, but you are so grown-up. Annie as Hallie: I'll be twelve soon. How old are you? Meredith Blake: [chuckling] Twenty-six. Annie as Hallie: Only fifteen years older than me! How old are you again, Dad? Nick Parker: Wow, suddenly you're so interested in math!
Nick Parker: I told Hallie. Meredith Blake: You did? And? Nick Parker: She went ballistic. She started yelling in French. I didn't even know she spoke French.
Annie: This is Martin, our butler Hallie: [in shock] We have a butler?
Did anyone laugh? Even a little?