By Sara

Matthew McConaughey has entered a golden time. His work in “The Wolf of Wall Street”, “Dallas Buyers Club”, and “True Detective” has ushered in a McConaissance.

But once, long ago, he put himself on the map with a small role in a cult movie called “Dazed and Confused”. In his short screen time, McConaughey uttered classic lines like, “That’s what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.”

But “Dazed and Confused” was also the birthplace of McConaughey’s inescapable “All right, all right, all right.” How did it happen, and why three in a row? Matthew explained its origins in this 2011 interview.

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