10 Quotes from the MCU We Use A Little Too Much

10 Quotes from the MCU We Use A Little Too Much ...

May the force be with you. He will make him an offer he cant refuse. Heres looking at you, kid. Great movie quotes are a way of transforming our daily existence and resurrecting the films they originated from. Be it a great insult, a lovely piece of romantic poetry, or a simple line to say repeatedly, movie quotes are often helpful. The MCU has surpassed some of the greatest in recent times.

With its impressive characters and massive action sequences, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has continued to grow since its incorporation with Iron Man in 2008. Despite its reputation for its lovable characters and massive action sequences, the MCU has a slew of iconic lines that have drew the audience attention, which have also expanded to include classic sentences. These quotes have proved to be as reusable as they are memorable, from sharp and snappy one-liners to character-defining phrases.

Thor is an inventor of Thor''s house, then known as ''Thor: Ragnarok.''

Taika Waititis'' interpretation of the Norse God superhero may not have had the most dramatic dialogue in the MCU, but it certainly had the most hilarious. When Thor (Chris Hemsworth) prepares to battle the Grandmasters (Jeff Goldblum) champion of his arena, he gives out a cheer when he sees it''s his old friend, the Hulk/Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo).

Explaining his glee to the furious onlookers by announcing the combatant as a friend from work was the pitch-perfect hit of goofy comedy to leave fans in hysterics. It also gives us a great approach when we see our coworkers out and about in public.

He may have been your father or boy, but he wasn''t your daddy Yondu, the ''Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol.2'' or the latter.

Despite only having two films of their own (so far, at least), the Guardians of the Galaxy have given us plenty of laughs, thrills, and remarkable lines along the way. Coming from the delightfully fun sequel, this particular quote may not have much resonance in everyday life, but it''s simply too good not to say when Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 opens in conversation.

As comical as the line is, it''s the perfect inflection on the films that emphasis on the importance of family. Yondu, thanks to Michael Rookers'' delivery and his Im Mary Poppins, and his all-time favorite, was characterized as a fan favorite we all wish we had to see more of before he left.

Steve Rogers, your left, says ''Captain America: The Winter Soldier.''

The quip made by Steve Rogers to Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) was a fantastic start to what would become one of the most powerful and authentic friendships in the MCU. The light-hearted banter has also become one of the most well-known and beloved gags from the franchise.

In any range of competitive endeavors, it has been re-used as Sam Wilson/Red Falcon spearheaded the emergence of heroes assembling to compete against Thanos (Josh Brolin) forces since the end of Avengers: Endgame.

Mr. Stark, I am not feeling so good Peter Parker, and ''Avengers: Infinity War'' is a film directed by Peter Parker.

When asked if Peter Parkers was (Tom Holland) angst, he discovered his demise as one of the victims of The Snap. Terrified of being turned to dust, he clung to his mentor as he was begging to be spared from his terrible fate.

The narrative had an impressive emotional value, which has been embodied in Spider-Man''s honest yet straightforward line, once again by fans in (hopefully) less severe situations. Still, the sentiment is that something has gone askew, and we cannot accept it.

Thanos: ''Avengers: Endgame'' is a dangerous game.

Despite Thanos'' abilities, he provided this memorable quote as a sign of his own unyielding desire, but also as a warning that Earths heroes will be powerless to stop him.

While the infamous boast was disappointing for the Mad Titan, it hasn''t kept fans from using it regularly. Watch out for your Marvel-loving friends if they comment on their inevitability; chances are they''re about to gloat.

Tony Stark, Iron Man, and Avengers: Endgame I am Iron Man.

Thanos may have been inevitable, but Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) was Iron Man. The legendary line was the perfect stamp on the MCU debut film way back in 2008 and had a strong resonance when used again as Stark vanquished Thanos and his armies.

Showing just how far Tony had grown over the course of his career, what initially a groin apology of his accomplishments became the characters'' final words before making the ultimate sacrifice.

Because that''s what Thor do, Thor, and ''Thor: Ragnarok'' are heroes.

Thors line has become an unmet symbol of gratitude for everyday people who have made the world a better place. It''s easy to forget that in the context of the film, the God of Thunder was talking about himself.

While trying to convince Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) to join him in reclaiming his throne, he emphasizes his courage only to cut himself off by hitting himself in the head with a ball. Thor vowed to protect his homeland and put smiles on faces while doing it because thats what hero do.

''Avengers: Infinity War'' is a cover story for Dr. Steven Strange, who is in the endgame.

It was initially a disgruntling response when Tony asked why Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) gave up Thanos'' infinity stone, but it all made sense soon enough. Not only did the sorcerers line go on to present the title for the climactic Avengers film, but it also bled into everyday use amongst the fans.

As we see the screenshot, the quote from Dr. Stranges has been used in memes with a broad range of meanings and levels of appropriateness. It is always funny how we hear Cumberbatchs delivery; in fact, we have all probably used the line a few times ourselves.

No, I do not believe I''ll see him again - Steve Roger and ''Avengers: Endgame.''

There is no doubt that Steve Rogers was a great kid. Evans mastered exactly how he met Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) in his half-smile. He was capable of conveying everything we need to know.

Another of the MCUs lines which has been encased as a cultural landmark during excessive memeing has undoubtedly popped up in countless discussions. If you are not interested in doing something, leaving Caps one-liner might assist you out.

Captain.I''m always dissatisfied with Bruce Banner and "The Avengers."

Bruce Banner faced a daunting (and rapid) Hulk transformation while he remained on the move. This would become one of the most often referenced lines of dialogue from any film this century. Captain America suggests it might be time for Banner to be disgruntled, and the rest is history.

While "angry" can and has been re-expressiond with other emotions or emotions depending on what is relevant to the game, when someone begins saying, thats my secret, captain you know immediately what theyre quoting. These memes have been used at some time or another by the majority of MCU users.

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