Here are some great movie lines. Sprinkled among them are some really sappy ones too. I’ll leave you to decide which is which. Let me know if I’ve left your favorite off the list! 😉
Oh, poor creatures. They’ve lost their equilibrium because they’ve lost their faith in love. Oh l’amour, l’amour.
Countess de Lave [Mary Boland] (The Women, 1939)
Everything seems like nothing to me now, ’cause I want you in my bed. I don’t care if I burn in hell. I don’t care if you burn in hell. The past and the future is a joke to me now. I see that they’re nothing. I see they ain’t here. The only thing that’s here is you – and me.
Ronnie Cammareri [Nicolas Cage] (Moonstruck, 1987)
I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.
Harry Burns [Billy Crystal] (When Harry Met Sally, 1989)
Those toenails dry yet, sweetheart? We got some dancin’ to do.
Sailor [Nicolas Cage] (David Lynch’s Wild at Heart, 1990)
Say it again, it keeps me awake.
“I love you.”
Alicia [Ingrid Bergman], Devlin [Cary Grant] (Notorious, 1946)
Now that was when people KNEW how to be in love. They knew it! Time, distance… nothing could separate them because they knew. It was right. It was real.
Annie Reed [Meg Ryan] (Sleepless in Seattle, 1993)
You know, Bud; pride is one of those seven deadly. I almost lost Corrine and the kids before I got a throat big enough to swallow mine. It choked some goin’ down, but I realized that without her and them kids I’d just be another pile of dog shit in the canteloupe patch.
Uncle Bob [Barry Corbin] (Urban Cowboy, 1980)
Paul, I think I’m gonna be a lousy wife. But don’t be angry with me. I love you very much — and I’m very sexy!
Corie Bratter [Jane Fonda] (Barefoot in the Park, 1967)
Do you have any reaction at all to my telling you I love you?
“I was just inches from a clean getaway.”
Aurora Greenway [Shirley Maclaine], Garrett Breedlove [Jack Nicholson] (Terms of Endearment, 1983)
It’s amazing, Molly. The love inside, you take it with you.
Sam Wheat [Patrick Swayze] (Ghost, 1991)