24 Ridiculous Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Quotes, Ranked

Over the past 50 years, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been delivering memorable performances in Hollywood movies. First appearing in 1970's Hercules In New York, Arnie has plenty of roles that are beloved by moviegoing audiences.Whether it was his role as the T-800 in the Terminator movies, Quaid in Total Recall, Jack Slater in Last Action Hero, or Howard in Jingle All The Way, Arnie has made a living primarily playing leading roles in action movies. And with action movies, you tend to get some wild one-liners.Looking through Arnie's film career and all the one-liners that came with it, we decided to rank the 24 best quotes from his movies. However, this isn't your typical ranking, as we want to rank every movie by how fun they are to repeat, and by repeat, we mean "yell." Check out our rankings below. 24. "Can you believe how much I am in heaven?"Full quote: "Can you believe how much I am in heaven? I'm getting the feeling of c****** in the gym. I'm getting the feeling of c****** at home. I'm getting the feeling of c****** backstage when I pump up. When I pose out front of 5,000 people, I get the same feeling. So I'm c****** day and night. It's terrific, right? Ha ha ha! So, you know, I'm in heaven." From: Pumping IronThere are a plethora of Arnold quotes out there where he's playing fictional characters. This is a young Arnold quote where he acquaints lifting weights to sex in a documentary. While this is a very funny quote, it doesn't come in handy in a real life situation. Sure, you can say this to a buddy after a workout, but unless you're both super-Arnie fans, what are the chances you've both seen this movie enough times to say this? Also, why do you have this line memorized? 23. "Consider that a divorce."From: Total RecallListen, this seems like a great line to yell out at your husband or wife. However, how sure are you that your significant other knows Total Recall well enough to get the joke? Personally, I know if I said this, my wife would look at me very confused, and then, I'd have to explain the movie to her, and then she'd say something like, "I don't like sci-fi." This seems like it would be a ton of fun to say, but only if you're both on the same page with Arnie movies. 22. "You have strucked Hercules."From: Hercules In New YorkWhen digging through the archives of Arnie quotes, I almost passed on this one. It's not a particularly fun Arnie movie. There's nothing really noteworthy about it. And the quote itself has a really annoying grammatical error in it. But it's kind of perfect and silly and dumb. It's a Arnie getting punched in the stomach twice, followed by "You have strucked Hercules." There's something wonderful and endearing about it, which makes me want to yell it at my neighbor, with no context, on a Saturday afternoon. Sorry neighbor Matt, but this is happening to you every weekend until one of us moves out. 21. "Hey, Killian! Here's Subzero! Now... plain zero!"From: The Running ManWe can all agree that The Running Man is a great movie. And while there are some great one-liners in this movie, they don't work without context. Sure, the Subzero quote above needs the MOST context in order for anyone to be able to make sense of what you're saying when you randomly yell this at a local baseball game, but that's what's great about it. It's not particularly well-crafted, it's not clever, and it's not intentionally funny. What makes this so humorous is that it feels like a real phoned-in line for Arnie to yell. 20. "Let off some steam, Bennett."From: CommandoThe scene itself in which Arnie says this is a blast, as he impales someone on a broken steam pipe. Without the adding "Bennett" at the end, this is pretty fun, but it's a quote that isn't as popular as some of the others on the list--the movie isn't as popular as well. 19. "No sequel for you."From: Last Action HeroThis is a really good line, but as far as the enjoyment you get by yelling it out at someone, it's just not that high. It almost feels like saying it loudly at all borders on sounding like the "No Soup for You" guy on Seinfeld. 18. "Rubber baby buggy bumpers. Ha! You didn't know I was going to say that!"From: Last Action HeroThe most self-aware action movie to date, Last Action Hero delivers one of the weirdest one-liners in Arnie's career. We wouldn't call this a "deep cut" from his acting career, but it's not the most recognizable line from the movie. It's a funny comment on how predictable Arnie's lines can be in movies, so he says a nursery rhyme. Additionally, it's very fun to repeat. 17. "You're a f****** choir boy compared to me."From: End of DaysThis is a really solid quote, and it's a lot of fun to say. The issue is that many people will look a bit confused by it. There's a good chance they won't recognize it as an Arnie quote, and then you'll have to explain the movie, which is about Arnie and the devil and a literal moment where Arnie "falls on the sword" for the greater good. 16.

24 Ridiculous Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Quotes, Ranked


Over the past 50 years, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been delivering memorable performances in Hollywood movies. First appearing in 1970's Hercules In New York, Arnie has plenty of roles that are beloved by moviegoing audiences.

Whether it was his role as the T-800 in the Terminator movies, Quaid in Total Recall, Jack Slater in Last Action Hero, or Howard in Jingle All The Way, Arnie has made a living primarily playing leading roles in action movies. And with action movies, you tend to get some wild one-liners.

Looking through Arnie's film career and all the one-liners that came with it, we decided to rank the 24 best quotes from his movies. However, this isn't your typical ranking, as we want to rank every movie by how fun they are to repeat, and by repeat, we mean "yell." Check out our rankings below.


24. "Can you believe how much I am in heaven?"


Full quote: "Can you believe how much I am in heaven? I'm getting the feeling of c****** in the gym. I'm getting the feeling of c****** at home. I'm getting the feeling of c****** backstage when I pump up. When I pose out front of 5,000 people, I get the same feeling. So I'm c****** day and night. It's terrific, right? Ha ha ha! So, you know, I'm in heaven."

From: Pumping Iron

There are a plethora of Arnold quotes out there where he's playing fictional characters. This is a young Arnold quote where he acquaints lifting weights to sex in a documentary. While this is a very funny quote, it doesn't come in handy in a real life situation. Sure, you can say this to a buddy after a workout, but unless you're both super-Arnie fans, what are the chances you've both seen this movie enough times to say this? Also, why do you have this line memorized?


23. "Consider that a divorce."


From: Total Recall

Listen, this seems like a great line to yell out at your husband or wife. However, how sure are you that your significant other knows Total Recall well enough to get the joke? Personally, I know if I said this, my wife would look at me very confused, and then, I'd have to explain the movie to her, and then she'd say something like, "I don't like sci-fi." This seems like it would be a ton of fun to say, but only if you're both on the same page with Arnie movies.


22. "You have strucked Hercules."


From: Hercules In New York

When digging through the archives of Arnie quotes, I almost passed on this one. It's not a particularly fun Arnie movie. There's nothing really noteworthy about it. And the quote itself has a really annoying grammatical error in it. But it's kind of perfect and silly and dumb. It's a Arnie getting punched in the stomach twice, followed by "You have strucked Hercules." There's something wonderful and endearing about it, which makes me want to yell it at my neighbor, with no context, on a Saturday afternoon. Sorry neighbor Matt, but this is happening to you every weekend until one of us moves out.


21. "Hey, Killian! Here's Subzero! Now... plain zero!"


From: The Running Man

We can all agree that The Running Man is a great movie. And while there are some great one-liners in this movie, they don't work without context. Sure, the Subzero quote above needs the MOST context in order for anyone to be able to make sense of what you're saying when you randomly yell this at a local baseball game, but that's what's great about it. It's not particularly well-crafted, it's not clever, and it's not intentionally funny. What makes this so humorous is that it feels like a real phoned-in line for Arnie to yell.


20. "Let off some steam, Bennett."


From: Commando

The scene itself in which Arnie says this is a blast, as he impales someone on a broken steam pipe. Without the adding "Bennett" at the end, this is pretty fun, but it's a quote that isn't as popular as some of the others on the list--the movie isn't as popular as well.


19. "No sequel for you."


From: Last Action Hero

This is a really good line, but as far as the enjoyment you get by yelling it out at someone, it's just not that high. It almost feels like saying it loudly at all borders on sounding like the "No Soup for You" guy on Seinfeld.


18. "Rubber baby buggy bumpers. Ha! You didn't know I was going to say that!"


From: Last Action Hero

The most self-aware action movie to date, Last Action Hero delivers one of the weirdest one-liners in Arnie's career. We wouldn't call this a "deep cut" from his acting career, but it's not the most recognizable line from the movie. It's a funny comment on how predictable Arnie's lines can be in movies, so he says a nursery rhyme. Additionally, it's very fun to repeat.


17. "You're a f****** choir boy compared to me."


From: End of Days

This is a really solid quote, and it's a lot of fun to say. The issue is that many people will look a bit confused by it. There's a good chance they won't recognize it as an Arnie quote, and then you'll have to explain the movie, which is about Arnie and the devil and a literal moment where Arnie "falls on the sword" for the greater good.


16. "See you at the party, Richter"


From: Total Recall

You don't have to know anyone named Richter to execute this line with perfection. All you need is a friend that you will be seeing later in the day. Where this quote loses some traction is that yelling it feels unnatural, and therefore, takes away from the impact of the line.


15. "You've just been erased."


From: Eraser

Is there a better line for an Arnie movie than this one? If this was a list of Arnie quotes that made you want to high five the hell out of your friends in the movie theater, this would be it. The only thing that could top it would be Arnie saying, "Now that's some collateral damage" at the end of Collateral Damage--that line NEVER happens. However, this is a list of ranking how fun these are to yell, and it's middle of the pack.


14. "Put that cookie down now!"


From: Jingle All The Way

Now, this line from America's favorite Christmas movie featuring professional wrestler Paul Wight is Arnie yelling, so any time you have to repeat the line--in which Arnie's character is yelling into a payphone and Phil Hartman's character who is having an orgasmic experience eating his neighbor's cookies--you have to scream it.


13. "I did nothing. The pavement was his enemy."


From: Twins

Twins is a pretty weird movie, but it does give us a really good Arnie line, where he "accidentally" clotheslines someone, they fall to the ground, and he says this. What makes this such a good line is that you can yell it out any time someone is laying on the ground. It doesn't matter if they slipped on the ice or you shoved them to the ground like a monster--please don't shove people.


12. "If it bleeds, we can kill it."


From: Predator

Earlier in the movie, Jesse Ventura's character says, "I ain't got time to bleed." Speaking of blood, there is another line from Predator is pretty cool too, which is about killing things that bleed. But wait, if you don't have time to bleed, and bleeding is an indicator that you can be killed, is simply "not having time to bleed" mean you're immortal?


11. "It's turbo time."


From: Jingle All The Way

Prior to the Hollywood gods delivering this fine piece of cinema to us, the phrase "it's turbo time" was rarely used--unless you had an NES controller with turbo on it, and if so, you were a cheater. Now, that kinda iconic phrase brings up images of a young Anakin Skywalker lamenting over the fact his favorite superhero knows his name. This quote is a lot of fun to randomly say, regardless if Anakin is your son or not.


10. "It's not a tumor."


From: Kindergarten Cop

Imagine a world where you are worried about your own health, and you go to see your local doctor, and he gives you the best news in the world, doing his best Arnie impression, saying "It's not a tumor." Well, maybe doctors shouldn't be delivering life-altering news with hot open mic material, but for this slide in this ridiculous gallery, it's a beautiful hypothetical situation.


9. "I eat green berets for breakfast, and right now, I'm very hungry."


From: Commando

You don't need to be surrounded by green berets in order to say this--unlike Arnie's character from Commando. This can simply be your morning expression as you go out to breakfast, as you coldly look your waitstaff in the eyes and say this. After they tell you that they don't offer green berets for breakfast, you can lower your head in sadness or simply tell them, "Then my hunger shall remain."


8. "Let's kick some ice!"


From: Batman & Robin

Being a human from the Midwest, winters are a thing that last roughly 10 months of the year. So the literal act of kicking ice is something we do quite often. And because of this, it becomes a lot of fun to yell as you kick the snow out of your wheel well. And while Batman & Robin has a ton of great quotes from Arnie--in fact, we have a whole piece dedicated to Arnie's one-liners in this movie--this is the one that's the most fun to say out loud.


7. "Who is your daddy, and what does he do?"


From: Kindergarten Cop

Everyone knows this is an Arnie quote, and everyone knows exactly how to say it; however, many people forget it comes from Kindergarten Cop, that movie where Arnie's character goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher. It's a very fun line to say out loud, and one of the few movie quotes that's always appropriate to say. One of the best parts about this line is that it happens seconds after the Arnie says "It's not a tumor" for the first time.


6. "Hasta la vista, baby."


From: Terminator 2: Judgment Day

A direct translation from Spanish to English is "Until the view… baby." However, it just means "bye." Terminator 2's most famous line taught us all a little bit of Spanish, and for that, we're thankful. In addition, it's a line we can all easily say, right before we go to the bathroom at a party. Sure, Arnie doesn't yell it in the movie, but you're going to want to, so you really get your point across.


5. "Get to the choppa!"


From: Predator

You probably don't own a helicopter, but if you do, hi--I want to take a trip on your helicopter. The common slang term for a helicopter is chopper, something Arnie's character in Predator yells out at one moment. While most of the people reading this don't own a helicopter--unless this is getting passed between fancy people at a helicopter convention--there are few things more satisfying than yelling "Get to the choppa" as you and your friends head to the car.


4. "You want to be a farmer…"


Full quote: "You want to be a farmer? Here's a couple of acres!"

From: Last Action Hero

In the grand scheme of Arnie movie quotes, this is by far the one reaching the most. However, it takes place in Last Action Hero, which in itself is a parody of '90s action movies. Jack Slater says this line right before kicking a man between the legs. Now, this shouldn't be a line you should be saying--as it implies you're about to kick someone in the balls--but it would be a ton of fun to say out loud should that action ever happen.


3. "I'll be back."


From: Terminator

The T-800 has said this line in every Terminator movie--and Jack Slater said it in Last Action Hero. It's Arnie's most well-known quote, so why isn't it the most fun to say? Well, "I'll be back" is a pretty common phrase, so you end up missing out on giving that classic T-800 delivery.


2. "Come with me if you want to live."


From: Terminator 2: Judgment Day

If you want to get someone's attention and have them go somewhere with you, you'll probably say this. It's one of Arnold's more recognizable one-lines from his action movies, and frankly, it's a lot of fun to say. It's almost as fun to say as "Have you seen this boy?" which the T-1000 says in Wayne's World. That's right. Wayne's World, not Terminator 2.


1. "Dillon, you son of a bitch!"


From: Predator

The chances of you having any friends named Dillon is probably pretty slim. According to the Official Social Security Website, 1992 and '93 were the two most popular years for that name with that name being the 73rd and 90th most popular name of the year. 5,062 boys with that name were born in 92. You probably don't know a Dillon, but you probably say this line a lot, which is always followed by an exceptionally strong clasping of hands with a friend, which also flexes off your very toned biceps.