20+ Famous Toasts From Movies and TV Shows

Looking for famous toasts from movies and TV shows?  This collection is full of heartfelt, hilarious, and memorable lines from some of your favorite films and shows, including: Blow, and many more.

The next time you’re feeling stumped and speechless, feel free to use any  of these and you’re sure to get a few laughs (or blank stares)  and a few raised glasses.

You can also read: 10 Most Famous Toasts in History


“Here's to health, a son to the house of Frankenstein... Here's to jolly good health to young Frankenstein.”

Baron Frankenstein, toasting his son Henry Frankenstein, from the original 1931 “Frankenstein” movie.

“This is a sacrament. And no, I ain’t lost my mind. We are drinking to new life.”

Sharon Rivers (Regina King) as she breaks the news that her daughter is pregnant in the movie If Beale Street Could Talk.

“True love is the soul’s recognizing of its counterpoint in another.”

With the backdrop being a movie about an epic adventure of two guys who crash weddings to pick up women, one wouldn’t expect such a moving toast. But that's what Rachel McAdam’s character gives when giving her quote.

“I am as ever in bewildered awe of anyone who makes this kind of commitment that Angus and Laure have made today. I know I couldn’t do it and I think it’s wonderful they can.”

Hugh Grant's during a wedding on his breakthrough 1994 British romantic comedy film Four Weddings and a Funeral.

“This is supposed to be exciting. It’s your wedding — you only get a few of these!”

Alison Brie delivers a  wedding toast with a dose of humor in the movie “The 5-Year Engagement”

“Here’s to the husbands who’ve won you, the losers who’ve lost you, and the lucky bastards who’ve yet to meet you.”

Dermot Mulroney as Nick Mercer in the movie, The Wedding Date.

"Michael O’Sullivan: Take a drink and remember the man.

Jackie O’Shea: And raise your spirits to the sky. Raise them to Ned Devine. God bless you Ned, and may we be forever in your debt.

Pig Finn: To Ned Devine."

David Kelly, Ian Bannen, and James Nesbitt, in  “Waking Ned Devine”, a movie about national lottery winners Ned Devine, so taken by his good fortune that he died from the shock of it.

"Sometimes you love a person because of all the reasons they’re not like you. And sometimes you love a person just because they feel like home."

Renée Zellweger in Bridget Jones’s Baby.

"In my opinion, the best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are. Good mood, bad mood, ugly, pretty, handsome, what have you, the right person will still think the sun shines out your ass. That’s the kind of person that’s worth sticking with."

J.K. Simmons as Mac MacGuff in Juno a 2007 American coming-of-age comedy-drama.

"George Jung: May the wind always be at your back and the sun upon your face.

Fred Jung: And may the wings of destiny carry you aloft to dance with the stars. Cheers, Georgie.

George Jung: Cheers, pop."

George Jung's (Johnny Depp) emotional words to his dad (Ray Liotta) in the movie Blow.

"A toast before we go into battle. True love. In whatever shape or form it may come. May we all in our dotage be proud to say, ‘I was adored once too."

The second toast from the movie Four Weddings and a Funeral. This time it’s Simon Callow.

"I don’t know how your story ended but if what you felt then was true love then it’s never too late. If it was true then, why wouldn’t it be true now? You only need the courage to follow your heart."

Vanessa Redgrave as  Claire in the movie, Letters to Juliet

"The heart’s not like a box that gets filled up. It expands in size the more you love."

Samantha (Scarlett Johansson), an artificially intelligent virtual assistant personified through a female voice in the movie Her

"People call these things imperfections, but they’re not,  that’s the good stuff. And then we get to choose who we let into our weird little worlds."

Sean (Robin Williams) talking to  Will (Matt Damon) in the 1997 film Good Will Hunting

"To a lady of grace, a woman of strength, and a bride of astonishing beauty. My wife, Claire Fraser."

Jamie (Sam Heughan) as he tries to reassure his new wife with a lonely toast after their wedding in Season 1 of Outlander.

"May their days be long and full of happiness; may their children be many and full of health; and may they live in peace… and freedom."

Charles B. Fitzsimons as Hugh Forbes in The Quiet Man.

"I know it’s a cornball thing, but love is passion. Obsession. Someone you can’t live without. I say fall head over heels. Find someone you can love like crazy, and who’ll love you the same way back. How do you find ’em? Well, you forget your head and you listen to your heart."

Anthony Hopkins as William Parish in Meet Joe Black.

"I’d like to propose a toast, to my son. He is eighteen today. He has just ordered his first drink. Before he drinks it, I’d like to wish him a long life, a wife as fine as his mother, and a son as fine as he’s been. To my son!"

Robert Duvall in The Great Santini

"To life! To the magnificent, dangerous, brief, wonderful life… and the courage to live it!"

Otto (Lionel Barrymore) talking to Baron (John Barrymore) in the Grand Hotel

"May you live for as long as you want, and never want for as long as you live!"

Bud Abbott in Abbott and Costello

"Cent’ anni. (may you live 100 years)."

Al Pacino, “The Godfather”

"I’d like to propose a toast to all the special ‘f’ words – to friends, family, fate, forgiveness, and forever."

Leelee Sobieski, “My First Mister”

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