Rejected Lines From Popular Movies

Movies instantly become classics because of the way that they can connect to audiences and how they resonate with certain people – whether it’s with tear jerking lines, lines that we wish we would hear from that special someone, or a hilarious and raunchy comedy between an unlikely pairing with a wild plot.

Some of the most famous classics we are familiar with weren’t ever popular to begin with, but over time, they’ve become cult classics. Like The Breakfast Club, Caddyshack, or even A Christmas Story. Some of these films and more did horrible during their initial release, but eventually gained traction as time went on.

And no matter what movie is your favorite, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to pull out at least one line out from the film that you’ll always remember; putting it into everyday conversation. But people never think twice about the lines that didn’t make the cut into the films, and why would they? We never got to hear them. Could these lines be better, or worse? Did the directors make a mistake leaving them out?

And just for that reason, today we’re going to give you eight of the rejected lines from some of the most popular films we could find. Some are good, and some are, well… not so hot. These lines literally could make or break a film, and quite frankly we feel that if they were added, they wouldn’t have done too much justice for the rest of the movie.

1. The Italian Job: “You were only supposed to blow to blow the bloody doors off… Those birthday candles were for little Timmy’s seventh birthday.”

2. ET: “‘ET phone home’, ‘Sorry, Siri does not recognize your command. Would you like me to search the web?’”

3. Scarface: “Say hello to my little friend. Sorry, I know it’s not the most flattering nickname.”

4. Jerry Maguire: “You had me at ‘hello’… You did not need to add: Oiiii baby, fitttttyyyy!”

5. Terminator 2: Judgement Day: “Hasta la vista, baby… Sorry, there was something in my throat — pasta or pizza, baby?”

6. Dirty Dancing: “Nobody puts baby in the korma.”

7. When Harry Met Sally: “I’ll have what she’s having. That’s two pelvic examinations then.”

8. Gone with the Wind: “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a dam.”

Okay, so maybe we didn’t take these so seriously as they were being thought up of, and it probably wouldn’t have changed much about the movies popularity if it was put in or not — but, it would have been pretty amusing to see how the scenes and scenarios would’ve changed if these simple little lines would’ve been added or replaced with the original. The whole tone of the movie could’ve changed in matter of seconds, and it would be hilarious.

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