Anna Kendrick’s stranglehold on the title of Queen of the Internet has never been stronger. She just took home the coveted Lip Sync Battle championship belt, and, oh yeah, she’s fighting for women’s rights on social media. But she’s also an amazing actress who has appeared in several notable films over the last few years, including the somewhat recently released Pitch Perfect 2. So, with that in mind, here are some of Anna Kendrick best movie quotes.
“Men get such hard-ons from putting their names on things. You guys don’t grow up. It’s like you need to pee on everything.” – Up in the Air
The role that put Anna Kendrick on the map. Also, heh, she said hard-on. I mean MEN ARE JUST AS MATURE AS WOMEN.
“Maybe next time, we don’t date the girl with eleven evil ex-boyfriends.” – Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
It’s a credit to how entertaining Scott Pilgrim is that most people forget that Anna Kendrick is even in this movie. Additionally, this is just solid advice.
“What? You have juice pouches and Rocky!” – Pitch Perfect
If she doesn’t want that, I don’t know what to do. Shut it down guys. I don’t think our moves are going to work.
“You can’t change who your parents are. The only thing you can change is how you deal with them.” – 50/50
Another movie that you probably forgot Anna Kendrick was in. I’m all for more movies starring her and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but I think the pure cuteness would kill us all.
“I can’t concentrate until you cover your junk.” – Pitch Perfect
It’s a testament to how funny this scene is that you forget Brittany Snow and Anna Kendrick are supposed to be naked.
“My father’s house was a nightmare, your house a dream. Now I want something in between.” – Into the Woods
“They’re all together, like TOGETHER together. Uh, the blonde girl, that’s Rosalie, and the big dark-haired guy, Emmett, they’re like a thing. I’m not even sure that’s legal.” – Twilight
Now we know the other thing that probably bothers Anna when it comes to Game of Thrones.
“I don’t want to say anything that is anti-feminist. I really appreciate everything that your generation did for me.” – Up in the Air
This isn’t a light moment, so it’s a little bit of a left turn. It also isn’t, in and of itself, a great quote, but it’s worth mentioning because it’s a killer scene that shows why Anna Kendrick is so impressive as an actress. Here, she deals with the end of a relationship and the start of a sinking feeling that her plans aren’t going to work out as she had hoped. The interplay between the young Natalie and the older, more sage Alex (Vera Farmiga) and Ryan (George Clooney) is a pretty great example of how priorities can shift as time flies by.