That line, from the movie “Titanic”, has been named the cheesiest line in recent movie moments.
Although “Titanic” soared at the box office in 1997, according to a recent survey, its most memorable line – “I’m the king of the world!” – sunk.
British baker Warburtons posed the question “What are your top three cheesiest moments in film?” to 2,000 U.K. moviegoers in celebration of the launch of their new cheese-flavored crumpets.
The line uttered by Leonardo DiCaprio was followed by Patrick Swayze’s “Nobody puts baby in the corner” from 1987’s “Dirty Dancing” and Andie McDowell’s “Is it still raining? I hadn’t noticed,” from the end of 1994’s “Four Weddings and a Funeral.”
The rest of the runners-up are here…
In a Titanic display of arrogance and domination, King George Delano (sorry Vox) and his band of merry hinchmen have decided that DiCaprio is a mere Earl. After all, how many kings can you have?
Last week, the minions of George W. Bush announced, in open court, that he has the power to seize anyone on earth — even “little old ladies in Switzerland” — and imprison them forever if he so chooses, The New York Times reports. The minions said that anyone Bush declared “an enemy combatant” — even if they never took up arms against America, even if they didn’t know their actions were related to terrorism in any way — could be abducted from any nation, friend or foe, or in the Homeland itself, and held indefinitely, “at the president’s discretion,” stripped of all rights under the U.S. Constitution or the Geneva Conventions.