Undoubtedly, the internet has been the platform par excellence that has given us an infinity of material to shape many memes that we know and that we use on a daily basis so as not to get away from humor. Nowadays, any visual (fixed and moving) or audible resource serves as raw material to shape these jokes that circulate in the web, which includes movies. For this reason, we decided to make a list of the most famous memes inspired by movies, but that you probably did not know.
And where is the ghost? (2013)
Meme: “It doesn’t hurt, it burns me, it hurts me.”
We started this list with a horror and comedy movie titled And where is the ghost? under the direction of Michael Tiddes. The plot is somewhat ridiculous, as it tells the story of a man who hires a priest and a ghost hunter to proceed to exorcise his girlfriend and prevent a demonic entity from ruining his sex life. However, the feature film has one scene in particular where Ray-Ray (Affion Crockett) appears at the funeral of his second pet named Shaylo, who passed away after a safe falls on him. During the funeral, Ray-Ray can not hide his sadness, an anxiety attack invades him and he proceeds to roll on the floor, while pronouncing the following words: “It doesn’t hurt, it burns me, it hurts me”.
Meme: Jean-Claude Van Damme dancing.
The film starring Jean-Claude Van Damme tells the story of Kurt Sloane, a young man who wishes to become a kick boxing fighter and take revenge on Tong Po (Michel Qissi), who seriously injures his brother. In a scene where Kurt appears along with his teacher coach, he encourages him to dance as part of his training and it is then that the protagonist (in the middle of two girls) begins to polish the dance floor with extravagant movements. The sequence generated endless memes that have served to show happiness or just to show off how well we can have a good time at a meeting / party.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)
Meme: Cara de Willy Wonka.
The film directed by Mel Stuart and starring Gene Wilder in the role of Willy Wonka he has also given us one of the most famous and irreverent memes on the internet. In one of the scenes, the famous chocolatier asks the group of children if they are ready to meet a new sweet that he is preparing, but beyond that questioning, what triggered the meme was the pose that accompanied his face with an expression of mischief.
Vampire’s Kiss (1988)
Meme: Do not tell me?
Nicolas Cage is also part of this list thanks to his participation in Vampire’s Kiss where he plays a Manhattan literary agent named Peter Loew, who believes he is turning into a bloodsucker after a romantic encounter with a seductive vampire. The film gave us a sequence where his character has an argument with his secretary, but showing off a completely mad face while pronouncing: «You don’t say?» O “Do not tell me?” in Spanish.
And where are the blondes? (2004)
Meme: “Hell, miss, you can eat!”
Brothers Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans shared credits with Terry Crews, who played basketball player Latrell Spencer. During a scene, he goes to dinner with Tiffany Wilson, who boasts of a great appetite and while he begins to delay his meals, Latrell Spencer shows total displeasure and does not skimp on saying: “Hell, miss, you can eat!”.
Meme: “Sir, what would happen if someone released 100% of their brain power?”
Lucy tells the story of a young American woman (Scarlett Johansson) in Taiwan, who is forced to transport a strange drug inside her body. After a confrontation, the drug spreads within your body and suddenly you are already able to jump-start 40% of your brain activity, allowing you to perform activities that an average human could not yet carry out. In one scene, Professor Samuel Norman (Morgan Freeman) holds a conference to present an investigation about the capabilities of the human being, then one of the attendees questions him: “Sir, what would happen if someone released 100% of their brain power?”. The look and thoughtful expression of the actor caused a great variety of memes that showed how ingenious the human being can be for different situations of daily life.
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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
Meme: “Its not that easy”.
Remember Boromir’s speech at the Council of Elrond where you discuss what to do with the ring, as he articulates with his hand to emphasize the seriousness of the matter? Well, the meme wouldn’t exist if it hadn’t been for actor Sean Bean improvising the scene. This was revealed Peter Jackson during a meeting of the cast of the film on actor Josh Gad’s channel. «All the speech that Sean [Bean] had to pronounce at the Council of Elrond it was written the night before… we gave it to Sean the morning he arrived. What Sean did, which I think was very clever, is that he had a printed copy of the speech taped to his knee, which is why he turns down so many times. ” Now, thanks to that famous frame, it is easier to explain what is not so simple.
Discovering Neverland (2004)
Meme: Johnny Depp hugging the boy.
Johnny Depp starred alongside Freddie Highmore (The Good Doctor) the movie Discovering Neverland. The scene that inspired the meme takes place right at the end of the movie, when JM Barrie (Depp) walks over to comfort little Barrie (Highmore) and promises that he will never leave him.
Meme: “What if I tell you in Spanish?”
The film starring Keanu Reeves is also a reference to multiple memes. However, the most popular corresponds to the one starring Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), who became popular with the famous phrase: «What if I told you..?” O “What if I told you?” in Spanish.
The Big Lebowski (1998)
Meme: Am I the only one who doesn’t give a damn about the rules?
The Jeff Bridges-headed film also hosts a famous scene starring the temperamental Walter Sobchak (John Goodman), who in a fit of rage pulls out a gun to threaten a man who crossed the line while bowling, while yelling at him: Am I the only one who doesn’t give a damn about the rules?.
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Famous memes that are inspired by movies and you did not know