We all know someone who's a walking catchphrase waiting to happen; they relish that moment when they can slip in to a conversation their favorite over-used movie catchphrases. The interesting thing is that most people use the same ones, over and over again. So what are they? We've compiled the 10 most over-used movie catchphrases, and hopefully, none of them will make you cringe. We all know someone who's a walking catchphrase waiting to happen; they relish that moment when they can slip in to a conversation their favorite over-used movie catchphrases. The interesting thing is that most people use the same ones, over and over again. So what are they? We've compiled the 10 most over-used movie catchphrases, and hopefully, none of them will make you cringe.

10. "You had me at hello." ('Jerry Maguire')
As the tears build up, Renée Zellweger tells Tom Cruise to "just shut up, shut up." No, she's not angry with him. Rather, she takes a gasp and says, "You had me at hello ... you had me at hello."

Make fun of it all you want, but you know you choked up the first time you saw it!



9. "I'm the king of the world!"
('Titanic')
With dolphins jumping and beautiful blue, sunny skies, Leonardo DiCaprio stands at the bow of the Titanic, throws his hands in the air and yells, "I'm the king of the world!"

We all know know you've tried this out, don't even try to fool us.



8. "Say hello to my little friend!"
('Scarface')
Al Pacino clutches his M16A1, takes his stance and calmly shouts, "Okay, you wanna play rough? Okay ... Say hello to my little friend!" The best part about this catchphrase is that Pacino finishes the famous line the way he started it -- after he blows the doors to smithereens, he yells again, "Okay, you wanna play rough? Okay."

How many times have you heard this phrase used with an array of different accents? If you're a guy, you've mimicked the scene with any object that could pass for a weapon. I'm sure you're guilty.

7. "Run Forrest, run!" ('Forrest Gump')
As little Forrest gets pummeled by rocks being thrown at him by bullies on bikes, Jenny pushes the gimpy Forrest ahead and yells, "Run Forest, run!" Not only do the braces break off and Forrest can move his legs, but we find out that he is one fast little white boy.

If you've ever been running or seen someone run, there's a good chance you've uttered this phrase on more than one occasion.


6. "Show me the money!" ('Jerry Maguire')
Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding Jr.) tells Jerry (Tom Cruise) on the phone that he has something very important and personal that he needs Jerry to do for him. "Are you ready Jerry," asks Rod, "Show me the money." This spurs on a minute worth of "Show me the money" screaming while Rod dances in his kitchen.

See for yourself. Show me the clip!



5. "You can't handle the truth!"
('A Few Good Men')
With Col. Nathan R. Jessep (Jack Nicholson) on the witness stand, Lt. Daniel Kaffee (Tom Cruise) wants answers. He also wants the truth, but according to Jack Nicholson, "You can't handle the truth!"

Depending on the scenario and the generation, this phrase could be a lot higher on our list. But really, you just couldn't handle that.



4. "May the force be with you." ('Star Wars')
A catchphrase that has been used throughout the 'Star Wars' saga, first said by Han Solo to Luke Skywalker in Episode IV. Believe it or not, this catchphrase hasn't only been said by 'Star Wars' junkies.

Take a look at this catchphrase used between Obi Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker ... and may the force be with you.



3. "Houston, we have a problem." ('Apollo 13')
Astronaut Jim Lovell (Tom Hanks) makes a memorable performance and catchphrase in Apollo 13. When things go wrong, Tom Hanks utters, "Houston, we have a problem."

2. "... Bond. James Bond." (James Bond)
Does this really even need an explanation? For all the James Bond fans out there, this catchphrase is a part of your vocabulary. When you hear this phrase, the person is most likely making a fake gun using their pointer finger and thumb.

There can't be a better way to end a movie than with the phrase, "The name's Bond. James Bond." Check it out in this clip from Casino Royal.



1. "I'll be back." ('The Terminator')
The beauty of this catchphrase is that, well, it's said by Arnold Schwarzenegger. No one can recreate his voice, and therefore, the number of horrendous impersonations has probably led you to grimace every time you hear it. As much as you're sick of it, you can't argue with the fact that it's the No. 1 over-used catchphrase.

Now, if only we could go back in time and make a bet on The Terminator becoming a governor someday ...

Aaron Socci is a contributor from Seed.com.