Warning: not sure if this still is something we have to, but there's a spoiler for Breaking Bad in here. So if you still haven't seen Breaking Bad, be careful. Also, what's wrong with you? Go watch it.

 

10. Boondock Saints

Before Daryl Dixon was crossbowing zombies and having an inappropriately-coiffed post-apocalyptic hairdo, he was one of two Irish brothers hunting down evildoers in Boston in The Boondock Saints (aka "The Official Movie of College"). But the stand-out use of the ol' F-bomb comes from the brothers' accomplice Rocco, aghast at the bloodbath that surrounds him. Bonus points for the ending line that winks at the audience a bit

 

9. X-Men: First Class

It's a pretty well-known thing that PG-13 movies are allowed a single "fuck." Why? No one really knows. Seems kinda arbitrary. Anyways, the point is PG-13 movies have to VERY carefully choose where to utilize their lone f-bomb. And X-Men: First Class made the very smart move of giving Wolverine only a single line, and for that line to be 33% "fuck".

 

8. Anchorman

Remember the thing about PG-13 movies only getting one "fuck"? Anchorman, despite being in the crowd of the notoriously swear-heavy Apatow group, is relatively tame - except for Will Ferrell's oft-quoted "Go fuck yourself, San Diego." The great part about THIS fuck is that it informs the character of Ron (who says literally anything he reads on a teleprompter) and serves as a major plotpoint in the film, as Ron Burgundy's career implodes after his extremely well-used "fuck".

 

7. South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut

"Shut Your Fucking Face, Unclefucker" is majestic in its execution - it's the first time the word "fuck" appears uncensored in the South Park universe, and then it's repeated ad nauseum, in increasingly tasteless ways WHILE a lovingly composed musical number comprised of farts plays out in front of a group of impressionable children. Not only is it a great song, uses the word "fuck" to an incredible degree, but it serves as a parody of what parents thought South Park was (fart jokes and swearing). And then the entire plot hinges on this song - since it's what inspires the kids to up their swearing to include f-bombs more regularly and starts the whole Canadian war/Satan plot.

 

6. Dexter

Doakes 4ever.

Also, this.