Movies are not just a play of scenes with your favorite character performing some breathtaking scenes of plotting some of the best examples of vengeance, victory or love. Some movies just stir; they instill in you sometimes a sense of fear or just sometimes a sense of satisfaction. Sometimes, they move and inspire and help you plan your best romantic moves. Some movies laded with best dialogues just happen to sometimes change our lives or we even put that quote at least for a while as our wallpaper or status. Here’s bringing you some classic quotes from some known famous and not so famous movies, to take you back in those scenes and split second moments which may have changed an inch of you and may have made that character more relatable to you, so much so that you saw yourself play and say those words in your own way. These quotes, we bring to the Top 10 that sort of changed the way you do things or will do things for a long time now.
10. “Do, or do not. There is no “try”.”
This classic quote by Yoda from The Empire Strikes Back, pretty much sums up the ‘Never give up’ and ‘Do or Die’ situations in life. We often find ourselves struck in situations where we convince ourselves to not take up the job or not pursue something as diligently as we would have by using the word ‘try’. An easy three letter word, said and gotten away with it. Not unless you push yourself up to a point where there is nothing but wall on either of your sides, crushing you and leaving you just enough space for you to only breath-you haven’t tried well enough. So every time you are in such a dilemma, hear Yoda say it for you once and for all.
9. “Think of love as a state of grace, not the means to anything, but the alpha and omega. An end in itself. “
This Quote from ‘Love In The Time Of Cholera’ by Javier Bardem, stops your heart still for a while when you hear him say it with all the feelings that one could hold at once. It absorbs the very essence of love. You can feel it, you know you have it in you, you know it’ll spring from the fountain of your ultimate emotions and yet it’s not the end. It’s a state of bliss, it’s an event, and it lies at the moment just right at the moment of your last breath when you say those lines, over and over again to yourself. It is an unconditional and the undeniable love for a person. Love as a state of grace, a blessing, it’s what all in one’s life you keep striving for and then you release the end that it is sought to be. And it becomes, ‘And end in itself’, as he rightly says.
8. “Introduce a little anarchy. Upset the established order, and everything becomes chaos. I’m an agent of chaos. Oh, and you know the thing about chaos? It’s fair! “
The Joker from The Dark Knight. The epitome of all chaos and evil in the world, the Joker was a character of a kind. He questioned all our set of believers not only in the way we are governed but also the way we let ourselves be governed. It is our acceptance of everything unorganized and unknown. The way we let ourselves free to the will of the world, the chaos that surrounds us, with unanswerable question and unattainable truths. Take control of your life, take control of chaos, for it’s the only injustice you should not tolerate. There is ‘The Joker’, in all our lives; we just need to awaken the good spirited Batman sooner or later.
7. “It used to be about trying to do something. Now it’s about trying to be someone. “
Margaret Thatcher in ‘The Iron Lady’ utters with such conviction these words of wisdom. All of us in our lives are just trying to be someone, an incessant obsession to leave your mark, to leave a name on the face of this Earth. That if one day you shall perish, the name at least the name should stay. This first woman British minister, stand testament to the unbreakable idea of a human. It is the idea, the work that you do on this Earth that should stand to matter. Your commitments and contributions should come before your name, before which you are. It is what you have indeed done, that is important.
6. “Doubt is useful; it keeps faith a living thing. After all, you cannot know the strength of your faith until it is tested.”
Pi Patel from the Life of Pi. The adult version of Pi Patel, gives these words of advice to the writer while narrating his story. This is something we often forget in our lives, doubt is useful. Doubt doesn’t always have to have a negative connotation. At least it keeps the mystery in your endeavors alive. You have to go as far beyond as you can be taken to, to test your abilities and capabilities. Faith has many cages and compartments, the door to every one of them has to be opened and to finding the key, lies in your search for faith amongst the sea of doubts. Doubt shall and will always stay, it’s for you to use it for you or use it against you.
5. “My Mama always said, “Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.” “
Forrest Gump from the movie ‘Forrest Gump’. This wonderful tale of innocence and honesty that still survives somewhere in this world, is starkly revealing. It makes you painfully conscious of all the beautiful moments you miss out in life, just in the anticipation of tomorrows. Live life just as it, because any way you wouldn’t know what serves you next. Life is indeed like a box of chocolate, which is only so much comforting as so when you relish it in your mouth and not from the look of it.
4. “If you love someone, you say it; you say it right then, out loud. Otherwise the moment just passes you by.”
Julianne in the movies “My Best Friend’s wedding”. Julianne says this to her best friend, who she feels is marrying the wrong person and that he, should marry her instead. For those of you, who have seen the movie you will know the feel of it. Julianne loses that moment of her life and regrets not having had confessed her love for her best friend, before. It’s just a true story. Never let that moment pass you, hold on to it and make the most of it.
3. “It’s better to look at the sky than live there. Such an empty place; so vague. Just a country where the thunder goes and things disappear.”
Holly Golightly in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, brings back that incredible innocent magic back to the reel life. Holly is not much a character in this as much a force of nature. With beautiful deliveries like these Liners, she beckons to the good sense of all. Reinstalling the fact that the ‘Grass is greener on the other side of the hill’.
2. “Why can’t I be like you Jack? Just head out for the horizon whenever I feel like it. “
Rose to Jack, in the historic classic movie ‘The Titanic’. Jack introduces Rose to world of unexpectedness and living right at the moment with taking risks and exploring the unexpected. All of us should remember to keep this flame in our lives alive, to keep the mystery and to head out for the unseen, with confidante.
1.“Dear George, remember no man is a failure who has friends. Thanks for the wings, Love Clarence”
Clarence, the angel to George in the movie, ‘It’s a wonderful life’. This dialogue needs no explanation. It is the best quotes of a lifetime and immensely needed today. It is something, must and always must remember, about life, friends and victories.