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The 13 Best Movie Quotes About Coffee

you've got mailCoffee is the lifeblood of many busy people.  These addicted souls cannot fully function until the Java is flowing through their veins.  Buying your own unique brand of designer coffee became a statement of 1990's individuality.  As those days of Starbucks on every corner begin to fade into the economic frugality of the late 00's, we pay tribute to those halcyon days when coffee was crack.  Here are the 13 best movie quotes about life's greatest guilty pleasure.

“It's all in the grind, Sizemore. Can't be too fine, can't be too coarse. This, my friend, is a science.”
Black Hawk Down (2001) – Grimes (Ewan McGregor)

Coffee and cigarettes, that's like the breakfast of champions.”
Blue in the Face (1995) – Bob (Jim Jarmusch)

“This is espresso, you know? It's like Coffee-zilla.”
The Iron Giant (1999) – Dean McCoppin (Harry Connick Jr.)

“Talking about coffee, what's your opinion? Is it a social lubricant or a dangerous stimulant?”
Late Bloomers (1996) – Henry (Ivan Klousia)

“Life is very much like coffee - the aroma is always better than the actuality.”
Born to Kill (1947) – Albert Arnett (Walter Slezak)

“Poor man's truth serum - caffeine and sugar.”
Eye for an Eye (1996) – Sergeant DeNello (Joe Mantegna)

“They have about sixty-three kinds of coffee here with about forty-two different things to put in it and you just get a regular coffee.”
The Distinct Smell of Red (2000) – Vernon (Guilford Adams)

“There's only two things in this world that a real man needs: a cup of coffee and a good smoke.”
Johnny Guitar (1954) – Johnny (Sterling Hayden)

Coffee makes me nervous when I drink it. Mmm.”
Sling Blade (1996) – Karl (Billy Bob Thornton)

“Back when I was picking beans in Guatemala, we used to make fresh coffee, right off the trees.”
The Usual Suspects (1995) – Verbal (Kevin Spacey)

“We met at Starbucks. Not at the same Starbucks but we saw each other at different Starbucks across the street from each other.”
Best in Show (2000) – Meg Sway (Parker Posey)

“The whole purpose of places like Starbucks is for people with no decision-making ability whatsoever to make six decisions just to buy one cup of coffee. Short, tall, light, dark, caf, decaf, low-fat, non-fat, etc. So people who don't know what the hell they're doing or who on earth they are can, for only $2.95, get not just a cup of coffee but an absolutely defining sense of self: Tall. Decaf. Cappuccino.”
You’ve Got Mail (1998) – Joe Fox (Tom Hanks)

“I don't drink... coffee.”
Dracula 2000 (2000) – Dracula (Gerard Butler)

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