Supercut: “I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you.”

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08.19.10 14 Comments

Following in the footsteps of such supercuts as “We’ve got company” and “Get out of there!” comes a new one for “I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you.”  I had no idea this was such a pervasive phrase.  Then again, I also had no idea a person actually sat through Numb3rs, Wolf Creek (?), Coyote Ugly, John Tucker Must Die, Johnny English, Basic Instinct 2, Eraser, and G.I. Joe, and even remembered them afterwards.  In fact, it seems like the movies in this cut are almost universally bad.  Perhaps there’s a correlation?  Yes, I think there’s a thesis here.  (American Psycho doesn’t count, they were only using ironically, the way Gary Busey uses toilets).

I hate how they left C-Tates hanging at the end there.  He was probably about to say something really important.

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