Ally McBeal:
The real truth is, I probably don’t want to be too happy or content. Because, then what? I actually like the quest, the search. That’s the fun. The more lost you are, the more you have to look forward to. What do you know? I’m having a great time and I don’t even know it.

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Ally McBeal: I like being a mess. It’s who I am.

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Renée Radick: Well, don’t get me wrong, Ally…
Ally McBeal: Why does everyone say that to me? Do I get everything wrong?
Renée Radick: No, it’s just that what I am about to say may sound like an insult, so I want to buffer it.
Ally McBeal:Oh, okay.
Renée Radick: Emotionally, you’re an idiot.

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Ally McBeal: Even if I did get past all my problems, I’m just gonna get out and get new ones.

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Georgia Thomas: Ally, what makes your problems so much bigger than everybody else’s?
Ally McBeal: They’re mine.

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Billy: Maybe I’m happy and I just don’t know it.

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Ally McBeal: You loved me.
Billy: Yeah. That’s the truth. So much that sometimes, when we were apart, we used to keep an open phone line at night so while sleeping I could listen to your breath.

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Ally McBeal: [on her wardrobe] Men are constantly trying to mentally un-dress me. I’m just trying to save them some time, that’s all.

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Ally McBeal: I can’t believe my life. One minute it’s going okay, I mean… as okay as my life can get, then the gong knocks me completely off my feet.

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… When love can come as a complete surprise

Can the greatest romance of your life last only one night?

In the course of their 14-hour relationship, the two share in their love for the unrehearsed and their appreciation for the unexpected as they explore in a powerful meeting of hearts and minds.

Celine: Isn’t everything we do in life a way to be loved a little more?



Jesse: Do you believe in reincarnation?
Celine: Yeah. Yeah, it’s interesting.
Jesse: Yeah, right. Well, most people, you know, a lot of people talk about past lives and things like that, you know? And even if they don’t believe it in some specific way, you know, people have some kind of notion of an eternal soul, right?
Celine: Yeah.
Jesse: OK, well this was my thought: 50,000 years ago, there are not even a million people on the planet. 10,000 years ago, there’s, like, two million people on the planet. Now there’s between five and six billion people on the planet, right? Now, if we all have our own, like, individual, unique soul, right, where do they all come from? You know, are modern souls only a fraction of the original souls? ‘Cause if they are, that represents a 5,000 to 1 split of each soul in the last 50,000 years, which is, like, a blip in the Earth’s time. You know, so at best we’re like these tiny fractions of people, you know, walking… I mean, is that why we’re so scattered? You know, is that why we’re all so specialized?
Celine: I don’t know. Wait a minute, I’m not sure… I don’t…
Jesse: Yeah, hang on, hang on. It’s a, it’s a totally scattered thought. It… which is kind of why it makes sense.



Celine: Maybe we should meet here in five years or something.
Jesse:All right, all right, five year- Five years! That’s a long time!
Celine: It’s awful! It’s like a sociological experiment!



Celine: You know, I have this awful paranoid thought that feminism was mostly invented by men so that they could like, fool around a little more.

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What if you had a second chance with the one that got away?

They accidentalyfinally meet again …As they have only a few hours until his plane leaves, they stroll through Paris, talking about their experiences, views and whether they still love each other

If you like good dialogue, well formed characters, and aren’t quite jaded enough to have given up completely on the idea of true love, don’t miss this film.

Before Sunset becomes no longer a movie. It feels as if you are eavesdropping on two extremely developed people. It’s such an intimate environment, that you never want to leave.

Not a movie but life. Amazingly simple and deep! They were in love 9 years ago. Now when they’ve met again, there’s a lot to remember and tell each other.


Celine: [Celine’s song] Let me sing you a waltz / Out of nowhere, out of my thoughts / Let me sing you a waltz / About this one night stand / You were, for me, that night / Everything I always dreamt of in life / But now you’re gone / You are far gone / All the way to your island of rain / It was for you just a one night thing / But you were much more to me, just so you know / I don’t care what they say / I know what you meant for me that day / I just want another try, I just want another night / Even if it doesn’t seem quite right / You meant for me much more than anyone I’ve met before / One single night with you, little Jesse, is worth a thousand with anybody / I have no bitterness, my sweet / I’ll never forget this one night thing / Even tomorrow in other arms, my heart will stay yours until I die / Let me sing you a waltz / Out of nowhere, out of my blues / Let me sing you a waltz / About this lovely one night stand



Jesse:In the months leading up to my wedding, I was thinking about you all the time. I mean, even on my way there; I’m in the car, a buddy of mine is driving me downtown and I’m staring out the window, and I think I see you, not far from the church, right? Folding up an umbrella and walking into a deli on the corner of 13th and Broadway. And I thought I was going crazy, but now I think it probably was you.
Celine: I lived on 11th and Broadway.
Jesse: You see?


Jesse: Life’s hard. It’s supposed to be. If we didn’t suffer, we’d never learn anything.


Celine:It’s amazing what perverts we’ve become in the past nine years.


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Bridget Jones (Renee Zellweger) is an average woman struggling against her age, her weight, her job, her lack of a man, and her many imperfections. As a New Year’s Resolution, Bridget decides to take control of her life, starting by keeping a diary in which she will always tell the complete truth.
Can a single woman over 30, who smokes too much, drinks too much, and has a tendency to say whatever comes into her mind, find her place in the world… and a man? Bridget Jones’ life couldn’t get worse: she slept with her boss, is gaining weight and keeps screwing up in public events.

CAST AWAY

At the edge of the world, his journey begins.
CAST AWAY celebrates the idea that no matter how many obstacles are thrown in our paths, we will find ways to accept them. The story is not so much about the survival of a human being, but rather the survival of the human spirit and an illustration of the idea that surviving is easy, it’s living that’s difficult.



 

 

PEACEFUL WARRIOR

SEX AND THE CITY

THE JACKET

THE OTHERS

THE PIANIST

THE SECRET

THE TERMINAL

WHAT DREAMS MAY COME

WHAT THEW BLEEP DO WE KNOW