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The best pickup lines in Hollywood

Published: Monday, June 2, 2008, 9:23 [IST]

[an error occurred while processing this directive]'You're 38 and you look it' the line Aaron Eckhart delivers while talking to Helena Bonham Carter in 'Conversations With Other Women,' has landed the top spot in Network Video's list of the 'Worst Pick Up Lines of Hollywood Movies'. The line from the 2005 movie is followed by Julia Roberts' dialogue in 'Pretty Woman' "I appreciate this whole seduction thing you've got going on here, but let me give you a tip: I'm a sure thing," reports News.com.au.

At number three is 'Are you stalking me? Because that would be super' the dialogue delivered by Ryan Reynolds to Tara Reid in 'Van Wilder.' Nathan Fillion"s line 'I could find the whole meaning of life in those sad eyes' to Kerri Russell in 'Waitress' stood fourth. Rounding off the top five was 'You think I'm gorgeous... you want to kiss me... you want to hug me... you want to love me... you want to smooch me ...' from Sandra Bullock to Benjamin Bratt in 'Miss Congeniality'.

[an error occurred while processing this directive]Claiming the top position is Jerry Maguire's "We live in a cynical world. A cynical world. And we work in a business of tough competitors. I love you. You ... complete me." The second slot was grabbed by Groucho Marx to Margaret Dumont in 1937's 'A Day at the Races': "Marry me, and I'll never look at another horse."

Billy Bob Thornton's sweet words: "I want to take care of you" to which Halle Berry replies: "Good ... 'cause I really need to be taken care of', in 'Monster's Ball' secured third position. Ryan Gosling to Rachel McAdams in 'The Notebook': "I want all of you. Forever. Every day," and Clark Gable to Jean Harlow in 'Red Dust': "Mind if i get drunk with you?" rounded off the top 5 pick line list.

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