One thing is certain: 'Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star' is a highly quotable movie! Like other Happy Madison productions, this goofball comedy contains a veritable goldmine of one-liners. And some of the best 'Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star' quotes are, not surprisingly, uttered by main character Bucky Larson (played by the always funny Nick Swardson). If your favorite 'Bucky Larson' quote is missing from this list, feel free to add it - and be sure to vote for your favorites!
Bucky Larson is living a really (really!) ordinary life when he accidentally discovers that his parents, Jeremiah and Debbie Larson (Edward Herrmann and Miriam Flynn) were once famous film stars. porn film stars! What does Bucky do? He sets out from his small, Midwestern town, for the bright lights of Hollywood, determined to become the next big thing (so to speak). Also see our hilariously negative Bucky Larson reviews.
Looking for more comedy movie quotes? Check out these lists of the best quotes from 'Our Idiot Brother,''Horrible Bosses,' 'Friends With Benefits,' '30 Minutes or Less,'' the 'Hangover Part 2' and 'Bad Teacher'!
I'm From America
Bucky: "Everyone keeps talking about my accent, but I'm from America!"Bucky's accent is pretty Midwestern, though his buck teeth add a totally new sound to his voice. An annoying, goofy sound.Should this be higher or lower?
Be a Star
Bucky: "This is my destiny! I'm gonna go to California, and I'm gonna be a star on the silver screen!"Bucky is determined to carve out a niche for himself in the movie industry. A naked niche.Should this be higher or lower?
Bucky: "Hey how are ya?"Classic Bucky porn humor from Happy Madison!
porn shop clerk: "We don't sell kiddie porn, man."
Bucky: "Oh, I'm allergic to cats..."Should this be higher or lower?
We Were Gonna Tell You
Jeremiah Larson: "We were gonna tell ya on your 50th birthday..."Bucky's parents, Jeremiah and Debbie, were huge porn stars back in the day. Bucky, of course, was oblivious to this fact until he watched a few classic skin flicks with his friends. Now that's something to bring up over dinner with the family...Should this be higher or lower?