Hollywood's 10 Most Memorable Coffee Quotes
|Parker Posey in Best in Show|
5. Best in Show (2000):
Meg Swan (Parker Posey): We met at Starbucks. Not at the same Starbucks, but we saw each other at different Starbucks across the street from each other.
Nora Ephron Tom Hanks at Starbucks in You've Got Mail
4. You've Got Mail (1998):
Joe Fox (Tom Hanks): The whole purpose of places like Starbucks is for people with no decision-making ability whatsoever to make six decisions just to buy one cup of coffee. Short, tall, light, dark, caf, decaf, low-fat, non-fat, et cetera. So people who don't know what the hell they're doing, or who on earth they are, can, for only $2.95, get not just a cup of coffee but an absolutely defining sense of self: Tall. Decaf. Cappuccino.
3. Good Morning Vietnam (1987):
Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams): Picture a man going on a journey beyond sight and sound. He's left Crete. He's entered the demilitarized zone. All right. Hey, what is this "demilitarized zone"? What do they mean, "police action"? Sounds like a couple of cops in Brooklyn going, "You know, she looks pretty to me." Hey, whatever it is, I like it because it gets you on your toes better than a strong cup of cappuccino.
illuminaut A photo inspired by the scene in which Agent Kujan learns the idenity of Keyser Söze
2. The Usual Suspects (1995):
Verbal (Kevin Spacey): Back when I was picking beans in Guatemala, we used to make fresh coffee -- right off the trees, I mean. That was good. This is shit. But, hey, I'm in a police station.
1. Airplane! (1980):
Young Boy with Coffee: Excuse me, I happened to be passing, and I thought you might like some coffee.
Little Girl: Oh, that's very nice of you, thank you.
Little Girl: Oh, won't you sit down?
Young Boy with Coffee: Thank you.
Young Boy with Coffee: Cream?
Little Girl: No, thank you, I take it black...like my men.