Girl Most Likely Movie Quotes

"Girl Most Likely" movie quotes provide the laughs in the comedy movie that follows a girl who is forced to return to her roots after a rough patch. Using a screenplay written by Michelle Morgan, Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini teamed up to direct the film. "Girl Most Likely" was released into United States theaters by Roadside Attractions on July 19, 2013.

In "Girl Most Likely," Imogene (Kristen Wiig) is a playwright whose time in the spotlight is weaning, as her personal life. She stages a suicide with the hopes of getting her ex-boyfriend back but instead awakens to news that she's being held in a psychiatric ward and will soon be released into the custody of her inattentive at best mother, Zelda (Annette Bening).

When Imogene returns to her mother's house, she learns that things have changed considerably. Her brother, Ralph (Christopher Fitzgerald), is still there but a young man named Lee (Darren Criss) is now renting her old bedroom and what appears to be a compulsive liar named George Bush (Matt Dillon) is sleeping with her mother. Through all the chaos and with little support from her mother, Imogene is forced to start a new chapter of her life and move forward. Luckily, she meets some new allies who help her through the process.

"Girl Most Likely" hit theaters during the peak summer movie season already packed with hits like "Red 2," "R.I.P.D.," "Pacific Rim," "Grown Ups 2," "The Lone Ranger," "Despicable Me 2," "The Heat," "White House Down," "World War Z," "Man of Steel," "This Is the End," "After Earth," "Fast and Furious 6," "The Hangover Part III," "The Great Gatsby," "Oblivion," "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," "Olympus Has Fallen," and "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone."

  • 1
    4 VOTES

    You've Had a Meltdown

    You've Had a Meltdown
    Video: YouTube

    Dr. Chalmers: "Imogene, you've had a meltdown."
    Imogene: "Really?!"

    Dr. Chalmers: "Mrs. Duncan, would you be willing to assume responsibility for your daughter?"
    Zelda: "Well, I have to be somewhere later."
    Dr. Chalmers: "The best thing for your daughter would be to be in the care of a loved one."
    Zelda: "She said she loved me?"
    Dr. Chalmers: "No, but we have more critical patients that need her bed."

    Following her suicide attempt, Imogene finds herself in a hospital where the doctors have arranged for her to be released to her mother, Zelda. Neither Imogene or Zelda are excited about this and it shows.
    4 votes
  • 2
    1 VOTES

    Is That Your Version of An Apology?

    Zelda: "If I say I'm sorry I'm worried that you'll just get all mad and yell at me for ruining your life."
    Imogene: "Is that your version of an apology?"

    Zelda tries in the best way she knows possible to apologize for her strained relationship with daughter Imogene. It does not go over too well at all.
    1 votes
  • 3
    1 VOTES

    Did You Guys Have Sex?

    Did You Guys Have Sex?
    Photo: flickr / CC0

    Zelda: [Walks in on Imogene and Lee in bed] "Did you guys have sex?" [Lee seems indifferent] "Thank you"

    Usually when a parent walks in on a child having sex under the parent's roof, the reaction is not favorable but in this case, when Zelda walks in on Imogene and Lee together, she's actually happy to see them together.
    1 votes
  • 4
    1 VOTES

    Dream Situation

    Dream Situation
    Photo: Metaweb / CC-BY

    Tony Awards Presenter: "And the Tony Award for Best Play goes to… Imogene Duncan."
    Imogene: "Oh, thank you so much. Oh my gosh. There's so many people who I want to thank, most importantly, my wonderful dutch husband Peter." [Awkwardly speaks Dutch]

    As a playwright, getting the Tony Award for Best Play sounds like a dream situation. In fact, for Imogene, it's exactly that as she soon awakes in a hospital on a psychiatric hold after a failed suicide attempt.
    1 votes
  • 5
    1 VOTES

    I'm Getting Resistance

    George: "You shouldn't be mad at your mother."
    Imogene: "And what exactly qualifies you to say that to me?"
    George: "In a Samurai tradition, when a man loves a woman he becomes a spiritual guardian for her offspring… I'm getting resistance."
    Imogene: "Yeah, a little bit. That's accurate."

    George confronts Imogene about her ill will towards mother Zelda, citing some obscure Samurai tradition. Imogene is not buying any of it, especially since she thinks George is a compulsive liar, and does not welcome his advice.
    1 votes
  • 6
    2 VOTES

    You Left Me in the Backseat of Your Car

    You Left Me in the Backseat of Your Car
    Video: YouTube

    Imogene: [Yells in the middle of a casino] "Mom!"
    Zelda: "Bring me a joker!"
    Imogene: "You left me in the backseat of your car!"
    Zelda: "I locked the doors."
    Imogene: "In a casino parking lot?"

    After taking custody of Imogene, Zelda shows little interest in actually caring for her, as evidenced by her choice to leave her locked in the backseat of her car while she gambles. Imogene is not impressed, especially after she's forced to wander a casino in her hospital gown in search of her mother.
    2 votes