Netflix’s Mixtape drops on the streaming service on Friday, December 3rd. I will have a review of the movie coming soon, so make sure to stop back by to check it out. It will be linked down below. In the meantime, I wanted to share a list of some of the best quotes from the film. Check out this list of 55+ of the best Netflix Mixtape movie quotes.
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Mixtape Movie Quotes
Mom, dad, I wish you were here right now.
I bet the world would be better if people shot fireworks every night.
Poems are just weird ideas people forget to keep to themselves.
Time waits for no one.
You can’t spell poetry without “try.”
That basement isn’t going to turn itself into a bunker.
You can’t just pop back into the ’80s and pick a tape up there.
Anti pretty much everything, including you.
When she was little, she wanted to be a Solid Gold dancer.
It’s supposed to be soft rock. Make it soft.
Your lunch money isn’t going to buy anything in this store.
The last thing people want to see when they walk into a hip establishment like this is Punky Brewster.
No one really talks to me.
Animals wearing people’s clothes is pretty much my favorite thing in the whole world.
I’m Ellen. I have a 3.87 GPA, all my shots, and parents who’d never let me watch junk television.
My grandparents lived through war and famine, so I’m not allowed to complain about my homework.
My dad actually hopes that everything goes haywire and that our debt gets erased.
It’s called “babies having babies.” I saw it on Maury.
A message from your parents.
I know she loved them, but maybe she blamed them for messing up their lives.
It’s this new thing called Napster. All the songs are free.
I have to listen to it in order. It’s like mix tape law. And if there really is a message, then I need to listen to it the way my parents made it.
He sounds kind of like my uncle who’s always trying to quit smoking.
I even asked Jeeves and I couldn’t find anything.
Unless you want some nerd bird for our mascot, I’d stay away from this one.
Anyone can be a j*rk; it’s practically how this country was founded.
Are you multiplying?
That’s my favorite thing actually is getting up with the Village Of The Damned standing over me.
I just feel like any message from my parents might be slipping away.
You can’t just go talk to her, she’s like an animal.
Oh look, it’s goat girl. And owl face.
You let mom dress however she wanted.
I wanna know about mom.
You want to know more about your parents, right? You have to live how they lived.
If there are any spirits out there who have known them, would they have liked me?
Ready to swing to heaven?
Your parents were great.
I don’t know if they would’ve liked me, but I would’ve liked them.
I like the new one. She gets it.
Lookingis for windows. When you come inside, the point is to purchase stuff.
You dare hustle me in my own store?
Have you guys not heard of stranger danger?
Are you aware there is a no talking rule in this car?
Either I’m getting older or the girls are getting younger.
He said her mom’s a screw-up and a loser.
Your mom was totally memorable.
Whatever happened tonight, you just have to remember that people like that, washouts, losers, they’re gonna try and tell you who you are and what to do your whole life. Don’t let them.
It’s well known that rock and roll causes kids to worship Satan and hate sweaters.
That’s what happens when you take it easy. People die.
All kids ruin their parents lives.
Your mom didn’t make a mistake.
You’re like, next level grounded. You’re not going to see your friends anymore. Like ever.
It just seems like everyone in this family is either unhappy or dead.
You have no idea who I am.
What I regret the most is I hid from the people that were there, and I stopped noticing them and letting them notice me.
We haven’t met you yet, but we already know you are gonna be twice as cool as we are.
I think it’s just beginning.