'God Bless America' movie quotes are the best lines from this dramedy, directed by Bobcat Goldthwait and starring Joel Murray (Bill Murray's brother) as Frank, a man who decides he's had just about all he can take of reality TV. Frank has a brain tumor, and his own future is uncertain (at best). While watching a reality TV show, he snaps. He decides to go on a killing spree, with the idea of targeting reality television stars. This list includes some of the funniest and most amusing quotes from 'God Bless America,' but it is definitely not complete. Know of a great God Bless America movie quote that's missing? Add it. And be sure to vote for the quotes you think are the best.
Frank's plan to do away with all the horrible reality TV stars takes an interesting turn when he meets Roxy (Tara Lynne Barr). Roxy decides she's totally on board with Frank's plans, and agrees to help him kill. Together, they target anyone and everyone who represent the worst in society (to them), including reality show stars, fringe religious groups, and people who act rudely in movie theaters. No one is safe!Interested in more great quotes from popular movies? Check out these lists for the best lines from 'Dark Shadows,' 'Bernie,' 'The Five-Year Engagement,' 'The Three Stooges,' 'Damsels in Distress,' 'American Reunion,' 'Wanderlust,' 'The Sitter,' 'The Descendants,' 'Goon,' '30 Minutes or Less,' 'Young Adult,' 'Think Like a Man,' and 'Darling Companion.'
Movies Cell Phone
Among the people Frank and Roxy target to kill: People who are rude in movies. You know those people: They're the ones who leave cell phones on, talk through the whole film and/or throw popcorn just to be obnoxious tools. After Roxy takes aim and kills several of these people, they spare one person -- the girl who didn't talk and turned off her phone.
Frank (to annoying moviegoer, after Roxy's just killed her three friends): "Thanks for not talking during the feature. And thanks for turning off your cell phone."
Girl in Movies: "You're welcome."
Roxy sees Frank kill Chloe, and is instantly intrigued. She's a 16-year-old girl who agrees with Frank that the world is completely screwed up, and the mean, stupid people must be eliminated by any means necessary.
Roxy (to Frank, who runs by her): "Did you just kill Chloe?" (Frank keeps running) "Awesome."
No Longer Civilized
As Frank sees it, America has gone to hell in a hand basket. And really, if you think about it, he's got a point: People are just not nice anymore. Frank decides he's going to do something about it. He's going to kill those people that deserve it.
Frank: "Why have a civilization anymore if we no longer are interested in being civilized?"
The Chloe Tragedy
Frank decides his first victim will be reality TV show brat Chloe -- an ungrateful 16-year-old princess who throws a monster tantrum when her parents get her the wrong luxury car for her birthday.
Frank: "Don't move and don't make a sound."
Chloe: "If you want the car just take it. My parents got me the wrong one anyways."
Frank: "Yeah, that's a f**kin tragedy."