Well-known movies always seem to creep their way into conversations. You're probably willing to let it slide the 70th time your mom says "Alrighty then!" She' old and small, and doesn't know any better. That fucktard office comedian from the Marketing department, on the other hand, is a completely different story.
With the arrival of awful SNL comedies in the last decade, this phenomenon has only worsened, resulting in the all-too-common awkward social situation where one person says something from an Adam Sandler movie and everybody else feels immensely, immensely sorry for them. So, as a public service, CRACKED has compiled the most commonly used movie quotes, along with a description of when they should actually be used in conversation.
Let us pitch you a sitcom ...
What does the person who has everything buy for themselves?
Sometimes the follow-up is worse than original headline-grabbing story.
Some people in entertainment don't even bother trying to come up with fresh ideas.