There seems to be some chronological arrogance involved in the selections, since every line is from a movie made in the late '80's forward. But it's hard to argue with any of the selections (though I could quibble with the order; nothing, but nothing tops "Nobody puts Baby in the corner"). They are:
1). Titanic: Leonardo DiCaprio’s “I’m the king of the world!”
2). Dirty Dancing: Patrick Swayze’s “Nobody puts Baby in the corner.”
3). Four Weddings And A Funeral: Andie McDowell’s “Is it still raining? I hadn’t noticed.”
4). Ghost: Demi Moore’s “Ditto,” to Patrick Swayze’s “I love you.”
5). Top Gun: Val Kilmer to Tom Cruise: “You can be my wingman anytime”
6). Notting Hill: Julia Roberts’ “I’m just a girl... standing in front of a boy... asking him to love her.”
7). Independence Day: Bill Pullman’s “Today we celebrate our Independence Day!”
8). Braveheart: Mel Gibson’s “They may take our lives, but they will not take our freedom!”
9). Jerry Maguire: Renee Zellweger to Tom Cruise: “You had me at hello.”
10). The Postman: A blind woman says to Kevin Costner: “You’re a godsend, a savior.” He replies: “No, I’m a postman.”
Okay, maybe I can argue a little. The number 8 line from Braveheart is actually a terrific line, in my own humble but most accurate opinion. And I think "You complete me" is an even cornier line from Jerry Maguire than the one they selected.
A few more:
So what are some of your choices for corniest movie line?