TV & FILM
ross-merrill - August 25, 2016
You're a good guy -- a cop, a solider, a mercenary with a heart of gold, or just an ordinary citizen who Has Had Enough. You get the drop on the bad guy. You're about to kill him. But what do you say?
Luckily, movies have provided ample lessons in quips and one-liners to deliver before firing the fatal blow. Check out these favorites from film history, and add your own in the comments.
"You remember when I promised to kill you last? I lied."
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Commando
"This is Sparta!"
Gerard Butler, 300
"I got enough friends!"
Bruce Willis, Die Hard 2: Die Harder
"This is from Matilda."
Jean Reno, The Professional
"Get off my plane!"
Harrison Ford, Air Force One
"Consider that a divorce."
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Total Recall
Carrie-Anne Moss, The Matrix
"You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?"
Clint Eastwood, Dirty Harry
"You asked me to come say goodbye. Sayonara."
Hugh Jackman, The Wolverine
Sylvester Stallone, Judge Dredd
"I'm gonna make this pencil disappear. Ta-da!"
Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight
Michael Biehn, Aliens
"Buck up, bonehead, 'cause you're goin' for a ride."
Bruce Campbell, Army of Darkness
"You're terminated, fucker."
Linda Hamilton, The Terminator
"How do you like your ribs?"
Carl Weathers, Action Jackson
"Sounds like you've had a hard life. Good thing it's over."
Steve Austin, The Condemned
"Fuck you, too!"
Kurt Russell, The Thing
"You're a disease, and I'm the cure."
Sylvester Stallone, Cobra
"I got your gun."
Chris Pine, Star Trek
"Hasta la vista, baby."
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terminator 2: Judgment Day
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