21 Movie Lines That Were Meant To Be Serious But Are Actually Hilarious
"If he dies, he dies."
We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the best movie lines that weren't written to be funny...but were absolutely hilarious. Here are some of the best responses.
Let's start with this Twilight classic, an immortal line that Edward said right before leading Bella on a, like, climbing and jumping-around expedition.
Also in Twilight, when Edward showed Bella his skin in the sunlight for the first time.
In X-Men, when Storm spoke this victorious line right before defeating Toad.
In Pretty Woman, when Edward and Vivian essentially exchanged weird romantic clichés.
When Ivan Drago in Rocky IV said the least empathetic and most obvious thing I've ever heard.
In Thor, when the God of Thunder and his dad, Odin, got into a shouting match filled to the brim with wit.
This unimaginably unsexy line from 50 Shades of Grey that's a strong argument for just banning sex altogether.
Also in Fifty Shades of Grey, when Christian opened up and also just happened to basically say the title of the movie.
In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, when the two men ceased fighting and became BFFs because their mothers have the same first name.
In Con Air, when Cameron Poe made a looming threat that sounded like it belonged more in a cartoon.
When Dalton from Road House turned down local anesthesia for the most bonkers reason.
In xXx, when Xander Cage really wanted to defeat the bad guys in style.
This very disturbing and affecting line from the apocalyptic film Snowpiercer that is also, frankly, so funny.
This famous line from Four Weddings and a Funeral that I don't hate, but, yeah, I get why so many people recoil.
In Robocop, when Lewis was lying in a puddle after having been shot multiple times, and she was way more chill than I would be in that situation.
In The Kissing Booth 2, when Elle tried to be flirty, but it ended up being so cringeworthy, it's hard to even read.
Anakin's hilariously stilted response to learning of Padmé's death in Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith.
In Armageddon, when Colonel Willie Sharp said this bananas line to reprimand Rockhound.
In Camp Rock, when Mitchie was blown away by the lamest techno-ish music known to humankind.
In Jupiter Ascending, when Jupiter, who is a space princess, pleaded with her part-dog love interest.
And in Predator, when Blain was legitimately injured but couldn't have cared any less.