It’s no secret pregnancies often steal the show. Pop some popcorn, put your feet up, and laugh alongside some of cinema’s best baby-inspired dialogues. *Dirty Dancing (1987) Father of the Bride Part II (1995) “How […]
It’s no secret pregnancies often steal the show. Pop some popcorn, put your feet up, and laugh alongside some of cinema’s best baby-inspired dialogues.
*Dirty Dancing (1987)
Father of the Bride Part II (1995)
“How would you like to go through life with the name Cooper Banks-Mackenzie? The kid’s gonna sound like a law firm.”
“I’m pregnant … Can you pass the turnips?”
Look Who’s Talking (1989)
“Why don’t you try squeezing something the size of a watermelon out of an opening the size of a lemon and see how hot you look?”
Knocked Up (2007)
Ben: Pregnant … with emotion?
Alison: Pregnant with a baby.
Baby Mama (2008)
“Can I just spray a little PAM down there right before the baby comes out?”
“Sometimes I think it’s harder to raise a husband than it is a baby.”
The Hangover (2009)
Stu: So, uh, are you sure you’re qualified to be taking care of that baby?
Alan: What are you talking about? I’ve found a baby before.
Stu: You found a baby before?
Alan: Coffee Bean.
Stu: Wait, what?
Gone with the Wind (1939)
“I don’t know nothin’ about birthin’ babies!”
Baby Boom (1987)
“I can’t have a baby. I have a 12:30 lunch meeting.”
“Nah, I mean, I’m already pregnant. What other kinds of shenanigans could I be up to?”
What to Expect When You’re Expecting (2012)
“You pee on a stick. It’s pretty idiot proof.”
Where the Heart Is (2000)
“This old gypsy woman once told me that if you jump backwards nine times before the sun come up you won’t be pregnant. Well, I jumped so far I had to take a bus back and then I had twins.”
Meet the Fockers (2004)
“Look, Little Jack was crying so I picked him up and gave him some hugs. Then I went into the kitchen to answer the phone and when I came back, he had let himself out of the play- pen, put on Scarface and glued his hands to the rum bottle. OK?”
Nine Months (1995)
“Your water broke? Well, we’ll buy you another one.”
Three Men and a Baby (1987)
“Babies. All they do is eat, sleep and poop.”