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Romantic Lines
Clark Gable in Gone with the Wind as tami noted
2. Love means never having to say your sorry...Love Story
3. Ditto ...Ghost
4.“Me? I’m scared of everything. I’m scared of what I saw, I’m scared of what I did, of who I am, and most of all I’m scared of walking out of this room and never feeling the rest of my whole life the way I feel when I’m with you.” Dirty Dancing

A Facebook User

Great quotes!

Elisa McKenna (Jane Seymour) to Richard Collier (Christopher Reeve) in "Somewhere In Time" - There is so much to say... I cannot find the words. Except for these 'I love you'.

Libby Wiers

The only romantic line I could remember without looking at the other posts was the "You had me at hello" line from Jerry Maquire.

But I also liked the lines from Dirty Dancing, Ghost, Love Story and Notting Hill - all favorite romantic movies. Another favorite is French Kiss with Meg Ryan - love the scenery from the French wine country, but don't remember the lines...


Clueless for an answer. I haven't watched a romantic movie in at least a decade, maybe longer. This is not a category that appeals to me nowadays. Being cheated on and unexpectedly divorced after 34 years tends to leave one jaded....I preferred watching Disney movies with grandkids over a romance. I love to read romance because they have happy endings and if I don't like the characters or how it is going and I throw them in garbage.. LOL

Andrea Fisher

I've been trying to get this done all evening...there are some great lines in great movies, but here's a few of my fav's.

1. From "Sweet Home Alabama" Melanie "Carmichael" (Reese Witherspoon) says to Andrew, the "groom" (Patrick Dempsey) in the middle of the wedding aisle: "Andrew, you don't want to marry me" "I don't?" "No, no you don't, not really...you see the truth is...I gave my heart away a long time ago...my whole heart...and I never really got it back...."

2.From "Straight From the Heart" Terry Polo as Jordan, a photographer, Andrew McCarthy as Tyler, a rancher. Final scene of the movie, a silhoutte of a cowboy walking a pony through the night streets of NYCity, enters a swanky Art Gallery where Jordan is a "success" at her western photo collection. Tyler comes through the door with the pony and says, "She do for a Bride Price?" a stunned Jordan tearing up nods her head slightly takes the extended halter from Tyler, moves toward him and the movie ends with a kiss.

3.In "Music and Lyrics" the final scenes at the concert. Alex Fletcher (Hugh Grant) sings a song he has composed for Sophie Fisher (Drew Barrymore) (Lyrics not being his forte) kinda corny, but sweet..with lines like "you've killed all my plants" the song it's self is the romantic moment/line with the title line of "don't write me off just yet" being the clincher in this little ditty of apology from Alex.

It's also hard to forget the scene that goes with that line of Gable's in "Gone with the Wind" Tami referenced...yes, indeed, a very good line!


* "I would rather share one lifetime with you than face all the ages of this world alone." (Arwen to Aragorn, The Lord of the Rings)

* "I want to go somewhere I've never been, and I'd like to go with you." (Trillian to Arthur, The Hitchhicker's Guide to the Galaxy)

* "You like me because I'm a scoundrel. There aren't enough scoundrels in your life. / I happen to like nice men. / I'm nice men. / No you're not, you're... :KISS:" (Han & Leia, Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back)

* "As you wish." (Westley to Buttercup, The Princess Bride)

* "Where I come from, when two people... well, sort of love each other... oh never mind. / Well? What do they do when they "sort of love each other"? / Well, one of them says, "Why don't we get married?" / Really? / Yeah, and sometimes it's even the man." (Fanny Brice & Nick Arnstein, Funny Girl)

* "You know that place between sleep and awake? That place where you still remember dreaming? That's where I'll always love you... Peter Pan. That's where I'll be waiting." (Tinkerbell to Peter, Hook)

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