Here are some really interesting and sizzling one liners that were meant to catch the eye of lovers and others.
“Well, Max, here we are: middle-aged man reaffirming his middle-aged manhood and a terrified young woman with a father complex. What sort of script do you think we can make out of this?” – Faye Dunaway to William Holden in Network, 1976.
“You know the sort of girl who doesn’t sleep with a man on a first date? Well, I’m not one of those.” – Emma Thompson to Jeff Goldblum in The Tall Guy, 1990.
“I’ve arrived at the age where a platonic relationship can be sustained on the highest moral plane.” – Charlie Chaplin to Claire Bloom in Limelight, 1952.
“Let’s get married and if that doesn’t work out we’ll live together and if that doesn’t work out we’ll date.” – Randy Quaid in Lightning, 1996.
“Well, I’ll tell you the truth now. l ain’t a real cowboy, but I’m one helluva stud.” – Jon Voight in Midnight Cowboy, 1969.
“How about coming up to my place for a spot of heavy breathing?” – Walter Mathau to Carol Burnett in Pete ‘n’ Tillie, 1972.
“Why don’t you get out of that wet coat and into a dry martini?” – Robert Benchley to Ginger Rogers in The Major and the Minor, 1942.
“You’re the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen, which doesn’t say much for you.” – Groucho Marx in Duck Soup, 1933.
“I used to live like Robinson Crusoe, shipwrecked among eight million people. Then one day, I saw a footprint in the sand, and there you were.” – Jack Lemmon says this to Shirley MacClaine in the Apartment, 1960.