Catchphrases from Catchy Movie Characters

Super stars are full of super phrases and some of them were so super good that we super put them in this super 5 list. You can be caught in such situations every now and then so we have compiled a list of phrases which can be used to salvage such ‘not so super situations’…



  • Super Star Trek

Beam Me Up Scotty! If people around you look techie and are a big fan of Star Trek this popular phrase is the perfect way to show that you have similar interests. “Beam me Up Scotty!” was never actually used in Star Trek series in this context. It is used when you want to order someone to get you out of someplace or want to tell that you are ready to get moving. As Scotty was a teleport in Star Trek this phrase was used in that perspective.




  • Super Johnny Depp (You cannot forget THIS!)

“Forget about it” has been explained by Johnny Depp in depth in his 1997 movie “Donnie Brasco”. He explains how you can use it in denial, in sarcasm and in agreement as well. You can use it in every emotional or hyper situation. This phrase is a must use for situations where you don’t want to add any further comments or perhaps change the topic. A lot of times you have to give message to the people to leave one thing and focus on other things. “Forget about it” is a situation when you want people to pay any attention to a particular topic and you want them to just “Forget about it”. There are many phrases which are as classy for similar situations but not as famous:

  • Let slip from Memory
  • Escape from your Memory
  • Turn a Deaf Ear
  • Dismiss from Mind
  • Have no use for
  • Turn a blind Eye
  • Pay No Heed to
  • Take No Notice Of
  • Shut eyes to
  • Leave out of Account
  • Turn back on
  • Tune Out
  • Pay No Mind
  • Consign to Oblivion
  • Lose sight of
  • Laugh Off

  • Super Phrasal Jerry Maguire

Show me the money! 1996 movie Jerry Maguire can be accredited of bringing this important phrase to mass media. It’s a good humorous way to ask for money in informal settings without sounding too greedy. “Show me the money”, can be used when negotiating with someone for money and also when discussing a lucrative deal.

  • Super Jerry Confession

You had me at HELLO! It’s a best compliment to get and a risky compliment to give. “You had me at Hello” is used when you want to tell them you are really impressed. It means I was impressed with you from the start or your first look or impression worked on me. This romantic line was also used in the movie Jerry Maguire in 1996 in which Dorothy replied with “You had me at hello” to Jerry’s long confession.

  • Super Harry Threatens! 

Go Ahead, Make My Day! This powerful phrase can turn a conversation upside down but you need to have the perfect swag to use this phrase. “Go Ahead, Make My Day!” is used to encourage someone to keep going with their behavior so that you can punish them for it. The phrase originated from the movie ‘Sudden Impact’ in which policemen Harry Callahan dared the villain to fire so that he can fire back in self defense and kill him.




  • Super Arnold Terminates 

Hasta La Vista! If you want to bid farewell to someone the best way is the Spanish way. When everyone is using “See You Later”, “Good Bye”, “Till Next Time”, you can use this to sound a bit hip and differentiate yourself. The term “Hasta La Vista, Baby” got popular when Arnold Schwarzenegger’s used it in Terminator Some other catchy phrases and words to bid “Hasta La Vista” are:

  1. Send Off
  2. Cheerio
  3. Ciao
  4. Take Off
  5. Hit the Road
  6. Count Ties

Start with these 5, Incorporate them in your daily life and we will come up with more in other articles!!

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Catchphrases from Catchy Movie Characters

Super stars are full of super phrases and some of them were so super good that we super put them in this super 5 list. You can be caught in such situations every now and then so we have compiled a list of phrases which can be used to salvage such ‘not so super situations’…



  • Super Star Trek

Beam Me Up Scotty! If people around you look techie and are a big fan of Star Trek this popular phrase is the perfect way to show that you have similar interests. “Beam me Up Scotty!” was never actually used in Star Trek series in this context. It is used when you want to order someone to get you out of someplace or want to tell that you are ready to get moving. As Scotty was a teleport in Star Trek this phrase was used in that perspective.




  • Super Johnny Depp (You cannot forget THIS!)

“Forget about it” has been explained by Johnny Depp in depth in his 1997 movie “Donnie Brasco”. He explains how you can use it in denial, in sarcasm and in agreement as well. You can use it in every emotional or hyper situation. This phrase is a must use for situations where you don’t want to add any further comments or perhaps change the topic. A lot of times you have to give message to the people to leave one thing and focus on other things. “Forget about it” is a situation when you want people to pay any attention to a particular topic and you want them to just “Forget about it”. There are many phrases which are as classy for similar situations but not as famous:

  • Let slip from Memory
  • Escape from your Memory
  • Turn a Deaf Ear
  • Dismiss from Mind
  • Have no use for
  • Turn a blind Eye
  • Pay No Heed to
  • Take No Notice Of
  • Shut eyes to
  • Leave out of Account
  • Turn back on
  • Tune Out
  • Pay No Mind
  • Consign to Oblivion
  • Lose sight of
  • Laugh Off

  • Super Phrasal Jerry Maguire

Show me the money! 1996 movie Jerry Maguire can be accredited of bringing this important phrase to mass media. It’s a good humorous way to ask for money in informal settings without sounding too greedy. “Show me the money”, can be used when negotiating with someone for money and also when discussing a lucrative deal.

  • Super Jerry Confession

You had me at HELLO! It’s a best compliment to get and a risky compliment to give. “You had me at Hello” is used when you want to tell them you are really impressed. It means I was impressed with you from the start or your first look or impression worked on me. This romantic line was also used in the movie Jerry Maguire in 1996 in which Dorothy replied with “You had me at hello” to Jerry’s long confession.

  • Super Harry Threatens! 

Go Ahead, Make My Day! This powerful phrase can turn a conversation upside down but you need to have the perfect swag to use this phrase. “Go Ahead, Make My Day!” is used to encourage someone to keep going with their behavior so that you can punish them for it. The phrase originated from the movie ‘Sudden Impact’ in which policemen Harry Callahan dared the villain to fire so that he can fire back in self defense and kill him.




  • Super Arnold Terminates 

Hasta La Vista! If you want to bid farewell to someone the best way is the Spanish way. When everyone is using “See You Later”, “Good Bye”, “Till Next Time”, you can use this to sound a bit hip and differentiate yourself. The term “Hasta La Vista, Baby” got popular when Arnold Schwarzenegger’s used it in Terminator Some other catchy phrases and words to bid “Hasta La Vista” are:

  1. Send Off
  2. Cheerio
  3. Ciao
  4. Take Off
  5. Hit the Road
  6. Count Ties

Start with these 5, Incorporate them in your daily life and we will come up with more in other articles!!

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