19 Movie Lines That Are So Cringey, You'll Want To Hide Under Your Covers And Never Come Back Out

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Recently, in a thread on the subreddit r/movies, redditor u/Sufficient_Season_61 asked fans, "What was the cringiest moment or line that took you out of a movie?" and movie lovers really came through with some great responses!

An old man cringing
An old man cringing

Warner Bros. Pictures

So, with that in mind, here are just a few of the most popular responses shared:

1.Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

A man saying "Somehow, Palpatine returned"
LucasFilm Ltd.

"One of the cringiest moments, especially in context, was sitting in a theater at the opening weekend, and hearing Oscar Isaac spit out the line: 'Somehow, Palpatine has returned.' The problem was that there was still two hours to go. I've rarely witnessed a whole audience laugh at a scene that wasn't supposed to be funny. I'm glad that I'm not into Star Wars because that must have been horrifying for fans."

u/Sufficient_Season_61

You can watch the cringey moment here:

2.Suicide Squad (2016)

A group of men, with one man screaming "I lost one family, I'm not going to lose another one!"
Warner Bros.

"When Diablo says something like, 'I’ve already lost one family, I ain’t gonna lose another!' He said that to a crew of mercenaries he met earlier that same fucking day."

u/dutch9494

You can watch the cringey moment here:

3.Twilight (2008)

A man telling a woman "'You better hold on tight spider monkey"
Summit Entertainment

"'You better hold on tight spider monkey...'"

u/BlondePuppyDoctor

You can watch the cringey moment here:

4.Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

A man yelling "Save Martha" at another man
Warner Bros.

"I'm still wondering why the hell Superman would refer to his mom by her first name."

u/Astrosimi

You can watch the cringey moment here:

5.Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)

A man saying "I don't make love. I fuck...HARD."
Universal Pictures

"When Christian says, 'I don't make love. I fuck...HARD.' I still shiver every time those words are in my head."

u/eedoamitay

You can watch the cringey moment here:

6.X-Men (2000)

A woman asking, "Do you know what happens to a toad when it's struck by lightning? The same thing that happens to everything else."
20th Century Fox

"The only one that always comes to mind is, 'Do you know what happens when a toad gets hit by lightening?'"

u/Yabanjin

You can watch the cringey moment here:

7.Arrival (2016)

"Do you want to make a baby?"
Paramount Pictures

"I love this movie, but having Jeremy Renner half-whisper, 'Do you want to make a baby?' during the film's ending was a pretty awful wording choice."

u/bigtimetimmyjim92

You can watch the cringey moment here:

8.Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)

A man asking "Harry, did you put your name in the Goblet of Fire?!"
Warner Bros. Pictures

"'HARRY, DID YOU PUT YOUR NAME IN THE GOBLET OF FIIYYAAHH???!!!'"

u/Gil-GaladWasBlond

You can watch the cringey moment here:

9.The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013)

A woman asks, "Why does it hurt so much" and a man responds "Because it was real"
New Line Cinema

"When the elf is crying asking the elf lord why 'it hurts so much [to be in love]' and he replies, 'Because it was real.' I die every time. Those movies are terrible, but that line takes the cake."

u/Emieosj89

You can watch the cringey moment here:

10.Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

A man in a mech suit shouting, "You guys are so screwed now!"
Marvel Studios

"Thor arriving in Wakanda with Stormbreaker is one of my all-time favorite scenes in all of the MCU, but when Banner says, 'You guys are so screwed now,' it's just so jarring, and takes me out of the scene. I wish there was a cut that would take his line out."

u/swfc1482

You can watch the cringey moment here:

11.Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

A woman asking a man, "Is it still raining? I hadn't noticed."
Rank Film Distributors

"Andie MacDowell's line: 'Is it still raining? I hadn’t noticed.'"

u/quantril

You can watch the cringey moment here:

12.Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)

A man saying "Sorry love. Got to save the world." and a woman responding, "If you save the world, we can do it in the asshole."
20th Century Fox

"The ass sex line. It was so pointless, added nothing to the movie, and just seemed like a stupid, juvenile, cheap attempt at wedging an unneeded laugh into a movie that was otherwise well-written, funny, and witty."

u/LoveEffective1349

You can watch the cringey moment here:

13.Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)

A woman asking "Mother? You're alive?" and another woman responding "Too bad you...will die."
New Line Cinema

"'Too bad YOU...will die.'"

u/x00669

You can watch the cringey moment here:

14.Gigli (2003)

A woman lying on a bed saying, "It's turkey time. Gobble gobble."
Sony Pictures Releasing

"Bad movie."

u/LWSNYC

You can watch the cringey moment here:

15.Death Race (2008)

A woman saying, "Okay cocksucker. Fuck with me, and we'll see who shits on the sidewalk."
Universal Pictures

"There is just no shrugging that off. It haunts you to the end credits, then they played it again."

u/240Nordey

You can watch the cringey moment here:

16.The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

An orc saying, "Looks like meat's back on the menu, boys!"
New Line Cinema

"When the Orc says, 'Looks like meat's back on the menu boys!'"

u/kev_121

You can watch the cringey moment here:

17.Jupiter Ascending (2015)

A man saying, "I have more in common with a dog than I have with you." and a woman responding "I love dogs. I've always loved dogs."
Warner Bros. Pictures

"The 'I love dogs' line stands out as one of the worst lines I can remember hearing, and thinking, 'Oof, that was really, really bad' to the point of being distracted."

u/romxilda

You can watch the cringey moment here:

18.The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

A woman lays dying in an over-the-top fashion
Warner Bros.

"All of Marion Cotillard's last moments on-screen."

u/JITRE10

You can watch the cringey moment here:

And finally:

19.Daredevil (2003)

A man and a woman struggle while fighting
20th Century Fox

"Not a single line, but a whole scene of dialogue: when Daredevil meets Elektra and they fight. It's the cringiest scene ever. I almost died of cringe overload."

u/Kakashi168

You can watch the cringey moment here:

All right, you've read their picks, but now it's your turn! Which ones did they miss? In your humble opinion, what's the cringiest movie line of all time? Share in the comments below!

Some responses were edited for length and/or clarity. H/T: Reddit.