Well, I may be an outlaw, darlin’, but you’re the one stealing my heart.
—J.D., Thelma & Louise (1991)
I think you got hit by the thunderbolt.
—Fabrizzio The Godfather (1972)
In the few hours we had together we loved a lifetime’s worth.
—Sarah Connors, The Terminator (1984)
You’ve gambled on everything else, why not love?
—Bill Blaine, The House on 56th Street (1933)
Love means never having to say you’re sorry.
—Oliver Barrett IV, Love Story (1970)
I never discuss love on an empty stomach.
—Eve Kendall, North by Northwest (1959)
Maybe the poets are right. Maybe love is the only answer.
—Mickey, Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
I wish I knew how to quit you.
—Jack Twist, Brokeback Mountain (2005)
I don’t want to be worshipped. I want to be loved.
—Tracy Lord, Philadelphia Story (1940)
The general wisdom is that, in the end, there isn’t just one person for each of us. —Daniel, Love Actually (2003)
Sure I like her. She fills gaps.
—Rocky, Rocky (1976)
A son is a poor substitute for a lover.
—Norman Bates, Psycho (1960)
No, we are not friends. I don’t take this shit from friends. Only lovers.
—Sandy Lester, Tootsie (1982)
New lovers are nervous and tender, but smash everything. For the heart is an organ of fire.
—Count Laszlo de Almasy, The English Patient (1996)