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9 Most Misquoted Lines In Movie History That Will Make You Think!

Has anybody called you out for misquoting a famous line from one of their favourite movies? It can be an embarrassing moment if you were trying throw your cultural weight around, so we thought we’d make sure it doesn’t happen again. With classic lines by everybody from Dirty Harry to Darth Vader being spouted out incorrectly, Voolas will help you to get those quotes absolutely perfect. Here are the most misquoted lines in movie history.

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9. Wall Street

What people say: “Greed is good”

What the movie says: “The point is, ladies and gentlemen, that greed, for lack of a better word, is good.”

The most misquoted lines in movie history
Courtesy of jacobinmag.com

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James Moore
A little bit obsessed with all things film and and tennis. You can catch me binging on films and writing furiously about them, or darting around the court like a mad man.

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