What’s the matter with Hollywood these days? They’ve been dropping so many quotable one-liners that it’s hard to keep up! Here are some of the best movie quotes by Robert Pattinson that’ll leave you laughing. Take a bow, Hollywood!

1. “I’m going down in history as the man who defeated Godzilla.”

This movie quote from 2017’s King Kong sums up the big-ticket film’s central conflict pretty well. While Peter Jackson’s blockbuster is set to reach cinemas again next year, it’s already received five Academy Award nods this year, including Best Visual Effects. Let’s just hope that the giant ape doesn’t come back even stronger!

2. “I am the king of the world!”

This might be the most famous line from the Dark Knight series, but it’s also spoken by one of cinema’s greatest villains. When we last saw the Joker (2019’s The Joker), he was declaring himself the king of Gotham. And although this wasn’t the first time he’d uttered the words, it was clearly the most important one.

Batman and the Joker are arguably two of cinema’s most unique and identifiable characters. Despite their differences, they have a lot in common. For example, both villains have an appetite for chaos and an affinity for wearing black. It would be a missed opportunity if we don’t see the Clown Prince of Crime again. The world is waiting for the next outrageous antics!

3. “We’ll always have Paris.”

The actor’s recent comment about the City of Lights sums up Love‘s central conflict perfectly. Set in Paris, Luc Besson’s 2010 melodrama tells the story of Charles (Robert Pattinson), an American who travels there to propose to his high school sweetheart Eva (Melissa George). Despite the city’s romantic reputation, the two lead characters spend most of the film coldly assessing each other’s flaws. They eventually agree to be married, but first they must overcome their misgivings about one another.

It’s a shame that Besson’s otherwise brilliant film doesn’t offer more laughter. Although the director’s previous work — The 5th Element (1997), Nikita (2000), and La Femme Nikita (2003) — aren’t known for their humor, these films are filled with sharp one-liners and amusing situations. A great action movie with a touch of romance, Love is a shame to miss out on because of its somber tone.

4. “The world is my oyster.”

It’s not often that you hear the phrase ‘the world is my oyster’, but when you do, you know that something major is going to happen. This line, spoken by Woody Allen in 2014’s Vacation, pretty much sums up the narrative of Allen’s 2014 comedy. Although the main character, Dr. Alan Bennett (Allen), is trying to keep his summer vacation light-hearted, nothing stops him from transforming into a major problem-solver.

Dr. Bennett’s wife (Katherine Keener), a neuroscientist, had predicted that his behavior would get more and more outlandish as the vacation went on. What she didn’t count on was how much fun he’d have helping people. When Alan finally returns home and tells his wife of his adventures, she breaks down in laughter. It’s one of the film’s many charming and memorable moments. It also makes us wonder what adventures Dr. Bennett will get up to next!

5. “It was great getting to work with Harry Potter!”

The last movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (2011) is widely considered one of the best of the series. It’s not hard to see why. Not only does the finale feature some of cinema’s most iconic characters, but it also manages to pack in story lines from the previous five movies! While most of the action centers on Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and his companions as they fight to save the day and everyone they care about, some of the film’s funniest moments come from outside the narrative. Characters like Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) and Dobby (Jake Mould) provide much of the humor, and when you add the ever-present Winky (Billy Boyd) to the mix, it makes for some unforgettable moments.

It’s great that the Harry Potter series has continued to resonate with audiences. Since the final installment of the film franchise was released in early 2011, it’s obvious that a lot of people have been looking for information on Harry’s adventures. In fact, the series is so popular that there’s even a Harry Potter Wiki. While that might be fun to browse, it’s also filled with spoilers! If you really want to keep some of the surprises, you shouldn’t read too much into the site’s content. As exciting as the next installment of the Harry Potter series is going to be, it’s also important that we don’t ruin any of the surprises for future viewers!

6. “My name is Kevin, and I am a heroin addict.”

Heroin isn’t something you usually find associated with comedy. But John Oliver’s 2014 documentary, How to Make Money Selling Drugs, focuses on just that issue. One of the most shocking documentaries of all time, Oliver’s film follows the buyers and sellers of illegal narcotics, including some of the most well-known drug addicts in America. With almost 50 interview subjects, the film examines the political, economical, and social roots of America’s opioid epidemic.

If you or someone you know is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction and are looking for help, visit Narcotics Anonymous or call the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Sharing your fears and doubts about treatment with a professional may also be a good idea. Talking to someone who hasn’t been in the same situation as you can also be a great support.

7. “Don’t call me Shirley.”

This might not seem like a joke, but consider the context. Shirley (Eliot Rose) is a dog from the Pixar movie, Toy Story. In a scene where Woody (Woody Allen) and Buzz Lightyear (Buzz Lightyear) visit Bo Peep’s carnival, the cowboy encounters some carnival workers who insist on calling him Shirley. He eventually tears the straw hat off the older male worker and says, “Don’t call me Shirley.” The line’s context makes it clear that it’s a sarcastic remark. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out the main character’s name is supposed to be Richard.

8. “I just met your mom. She’s hot!”

In an interview with ET, Elizabeth Taylor shares that she’s friends with the Duchess of Cambridge and that she just met Kate Middleton’s mom. “She’s very friendly, and she told me that I was the spitting image of her daughter,” Taylor said. “So, I’m not sure if that means that I’m going to be a great-grandmother or what!” We can’t decide whether or not to admit that Taylor is actually joking around here. It’s one of the most memorable moments from the actress’ 2013 documentary, Taylor Harding. It’s also one of the most frustrating. There’s no way for us to know if Taylor’s comment was meant to be a joke or a compliment! It’s one of the great tragedies of modern culture when a talented person like Taylor has to resort to joking around to make a living. The documentary follows the actress as she deals with dementia, cancer, heart disease, and more. It’s a remarkable testament to her tenacity and strength of will.

9. “Are we still friends?”

This isn’t an exact quote from the movie, but it’s one of its most memorable lines. When Richard Simmons (Jackie Marti) stumbles upon Pamela Anderson (Pamela Anderson) at Ollie’s Bar-B-Que in The Hot Chick, he teeters on the brink of a major friendship. In an interview with Parade, the model and actress recalled the moment when she first laid eyes on the fitness guru. “I was in awe. He was so sweet and kind,” Anderson said. “But I was also in awe of how tan he was. I didn’t think anyone could be that tan. He must’ve been glowing.”