The 100 Greatest Movie Insults of All Time

List of Movies Cited in the Above Video

000 - Roxanne, Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Gleaming the Cube, The Princess Bride, A Fish Called Wanda, Star Wars, The Wizard of Oz, Casino, Three Amigos, A Clockwork Orange

105 - Dolemite, Glengarry Glen Ross, Bad Santa, The Witches of Eastwick, The Big Lebowski, In Bruges, Full Metal Jacket, There Will Be Blood

205 - Toy Story, Casablanca, Encino Man, The Women, Predator, Army of Darkness, They Live, Uncle Buck, Big Trouble in Little China, New Jack City, Billy Madison

300 - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Departed, Carlitos Way, In the Loop, Glengarry Glen Ross, Stand By Me, Grosse Pointe Blank, Duck Soup, Caddyshack, Planes Trains & Automobiles

400 - South Park, Napoleon Dynamite, Mean Girls, The Breakfast Club, As Good as It Gets, The 6th Day, Step Brothers, O Brother Where Art Thou?, Full Metal Jacket, City Slickers, Road House, True Grit, Shot Circuit

500 - Raging Bull, The Usual Suspects, Snatch, Caddyshack, The Last Boy Scout, Ghostbusters, The Sandlot, As Good as It Gets

600 - 48 Hrs, In Bruges, Silver Streak, Glengarry Glen Ross, A Fish Called Wanda, Goodfellas, National Lampoons Christmas Vacation, The Mist, Trading Places

700 - The Warriors, Point Break, Gangs of New York, Reservoir Dogs, The Breakfast Club, The Cowboys, Full Metal Jacket, Dodgeball, Donnie Darko, Scarface, The Good the Bad and the Ugly

800 - Anchorman, Tropic Thunder, Sexy Beast, In the Loop, Get Shorty, Blazing Saddles, The Way of the Gun, Blade: Trinity, Clerks, The Boondock Saints, The Exorcist, What About Bob?, Weird Science

900 - Con Air, True Romance, In the Loop, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Lake Placid, The Front, Gone with the Wind

They Live: Obey, Consume, This is Your God

Clip from They Live, a classic from 1988.
John Carpenter's slow and deliberate immersion of the daunting and worrying fable of the corrupt, deceiving and indifferent economic, social and political society, that has wrapped itself around its people and who in turn have blindly accepted their fate. Multicultural in more forms than anticipated, are the leading and upwardly mobile alien race who have gelled themselves into the Human psyche and exploited it to its full potential. This is the story of an everyman, a no one, a Nada [Roddy Piper] who stumbles upon their secret, via an underground movement, whose mission is to sabotage their plans and awaken the world to its sinister plans. With the help of a pair of sunglasses, that shows the world as it really is, not in colour, but a black and white parallel world that the sub-conscious has chosen to ignore. With subliminal messages as "OBEY", "CONFORM", "MARRY AND REPRODUCE", "CONSUME", "WATCH TELEVISION" and "SLEEP". It is through this thought control that the aliens have this world tied up and neatly packaged for its own manipulative uses, to further themselves at the expense of the meek, mild and the lowly sufferers of a job less and hungry world. This is the battle of self-awareness and one mans struggle with a reality check that has these alien beings staging war against the up-rising and rebellious armies from the gutters and streets. They Live You Sleep; where will your consciousness take you when the sleep is washed from your eyes. Welcome to the real world.

I'm Here to Chew Bubblegum...

"I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass...and I'm all out of bubblegum."

-Ad libbed by Roddy Piper (played Nada) in "They Live"

Dirty Harry, Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan
48 hours, Nick Nolte
The Last Boy Scout, Bruce Willis
Assault on Precinct 13, Darwin Joston as Napoleon Wilson
Falling Down, Michael Douglas as D-Fens
Sudden Impact, Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan
Taxi Driver, Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle
Lethal Weapon 2, Mel Gibson as Martin Riggs
The Long Kiss Goodnight, Geena Davis
Last Man Standing, Bruce Willis
Lethal Weapon 2, Danny Glover
The Rookie, Clint Eastwood
The Brave One, Jodie Foster
A History of Violence, Viggo Mortensen
Man on Fire, Denzel Washington
Speed, Keanu Reeves
From Dusk Till Dawn, George Clooney as Seth Gecko
Invasion Usa, Chuck Norris as Himself
The Warriors, James Remar as Ajax
Army of Darknes, Bruce Campbell as Ash
Commando, Arnold Schwarzenneger
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Andrew Dice Clay
Jaws, Roy Scheider
Die Hard Die Hard 2 Die Hard: With a Vengeance Live Free or Die Hard, Bruce Willis as John McLane
The Last Action Hero, Arnold Schwarzenneger
Aliens, Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley
Air Force One, Harrison Ford as the President of United States
Cliffhanger, Sylvester Stallone
The Running Man, Arnold Schwarzenneger
Pitch Black, Vin Diesel as Riddick
Snakes on a Plane, Samuel L. Jackson
Cobra, Sylvester Stallone
Predator, Arnold Schwarzenneger
Crank, Jason Statham
The Rock, Nicolas Cage
True Lies, Arnold again.
Matrix, Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity
They Live, Roddy Piper
The Rundown, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
The End of Days, Big Arnie
Kill Bill, Uma Thurman as The Bride
Sin City, Mickey Rourke
Darkman, Liam Neeson
The Crow, Brandon Lee
Leon, The Professional, Jean Reno
Robocop, Peter Weller
Demolition Man, Sylvester Stallone
Total Recall, Arnie (he will be back)
V for Vendetta, Hugo Weaving
Rambo, Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo
Matrix, Keanu Reeves as Neo
Terminator 2, guess who
Terminator, Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor

And the directors: Don Siegel, Tony Scott, Walter Hill, Joel Schumacher, Richard Donner, Renny Harlin, Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, Mark L. Lester, Jan de Bont, Robert Rodriguez, Sam Raimi, David Cronenberg, Steven Spielberg, John McTiernan, Len Wiseman, James Cameron, Wolfgang Petersen, David Twohy, David R. Ellis, George Pan Cosmatos, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, Michael Bay, John Carpenter, Peter Berg, Peter Hyams, Quentin Tarantino, Alex Proyas, Luc Besson, Marco Brambilla, Paul Verhoeven, James McTeigue, Larry and Andy Wachowski and some guy for Invasion USA.

Music from The Rookie by Lennie Niehaus (I think) and "Fuckin' in the bushes" by Oasis.