Not actually one line, but it's an awesome, laconic line nonetheless from a comic that should be a TV series. Spider Jerusalem is defending a young man from a group of fundamentalists who want to stone him because said young man watched a porn film with his girlfriend. Spider pulls out his trademark weapon, and asks the fundamentalists if they know what it is. They don't, and his response is excellent:
"This is a bowel disruptor. And you are SO full of sh**."
A line that impressed me deeply and 'nicely' shows the insanities of war is from Apocalypse Now. "We train young men to drop fire on people,but their commanders won't allow them to right f*ck on their aeroplanes...because...it's obscene!" Marlon Brando did the voice very well at least. To stay in the gin-joint arena i always got a laugh out of : "They think i'm the doctor,they put me in charge of medication." by Tommy Chong in Nice Dreams(http://youtu.be/WISFFhU9hVc. One old favourite is quite obvious,but what the....
'It's just like crop circles. No matter how many aliens own up to making them, there are always a few diehards who believe that humans go out with garden rollers in the middle of the night-'
Michael Caine in The Italian Job - the classic "You were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!" and I'm also fond of "You lost him his no-claims bonus!" (after the Mafia had bulldozed his sports cars down the side of a cliff) and the final line "Hold on lads - I think I've got an idea... err..."
Why don't you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don't you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don't you say something righteous and hopeful for a change? ~~ Oddball
This one's from a video game (Kingdom Hearts II), but it's spoken by Christopher Lee. Not an awesome line, but a rather cruel line that says a lot about the character, when another character (the character you're playing as) tells him he has a right to know about things.
DiZ: A Nobody doesn't have a right to know. Nor does it even have the right to be.