Entertainment Weekly has 'Top 12 Best Movie Lines Ever' as chosen by Rob Reiner. Well, no, actually chosen by a reader survey, but since the first four are inexplicably all from 'The Princess Bride' I figure he must have been stuffing the ballot box or the sample for this poll consisted of the movie's cast... I'll let the "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." line stay. But the best line in that movie is this exchange with Cary Elwes/Andre the Giant, "No more rhymes now, I mean it." "Anybody want a peanut?"
The rest of the list is atrocious. I mean, Anna Chlumsky in 'My Girl' makes the cut?
The EW Editors then add five of their own, and go (maybe) 3 for 5. The lines from 'On the Waterfront' and 'The Graduate' are a given.
If I were making this list it would be half from 'Midnight Run' and 'The Outlaw Josey Wales', but that's just me. But for classic lines, where's 'Dirty Harry' or 'The Godfather' or 'The Wizard of Oz' and 'Gone With the Wind' for crissakes? An awful job all around.