Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991)
Sylvia Hilliard: It's no time to be thinking about Lilli!
Richard: I told her I'd never hurt her.
Sylvia Hilliard: Don't feel sorry for her, Richard. She's had you all to herself. But she doesn't own you. You're not married!
Richard: We are married!
Sylvia Hilliard: But not really. A lot of made up words in the middle of the jungle doesn't count!
Richard: It does to me.
Sylvia Hilliard: Why don't you just... Follow your heart
Richard: Lilli is my heart.
Richard: With this ring, I thee wed, Lilli.
Lilli: With this ring, I thee wed, Richard.
[They exchange wedding rings]
Lilli: And now were...
Richard: One. Forever.
Lilli: You lied to me.
Richard: When did I lie to you?
Lilli: You promised you'd never hurt me.
Richard: [concerned] And when did I hurt you?
Lilli: Every time you stare at her, you hurt me.
Richard: Well, I'm sorry. It's just that she's so different.
Lilli: There's a baby growing inside me.
Richard: [excited] Lilli... How do you know?
Lilli: [smiles] A woman knows these things... that's how.
[Richard smiles excitedly at her]
Lilli: I won't let it be born in civilization. I want it to be born right here. Where there's no evil, and no lies, and no guns.
Richard: You're right. Well stay here. Just the three of us. I love you, Lilli.
Lilli: I always weather a storm well. I get that from Mother.
Richard: Yes, you do. Captain Hilliard says he wants to set sail at dawn.
Lilli: [sadly] I guess that means that Captain Hilliard's daughter wants to set sail at dawn.
Richard: I don't care what she wants. I don't care about her at all, I know that now, Lilli. Do you understand? You're the most important thing in the whole world to me.
Lilli: Well you can set sail at dawn... But we're not going.
Capt. Jacob Hilliard: We appreciate your hospitality and hope you will offer us the opportunity to repay you.
Richard: You can. You can take us with you back to civilization...
Sylvia Hilliard: I should think it must be ever so boring here.
Richard: What is the meaning of boring.
Sylvia Hilliard: Well boring's when... you have nothing whatever to do. So you're bored, like you must be here.
Richard: [suggestively] No. We're never bored!
Lilli: I'm gonna keep this forever.
Richard: What's that?
Lilli: My prize. The white bead. I think... It looks nice in my hair. Do you?
Richard: I don't care what you do with it, or how you wear it. You can hang it from you nose for all I care.
scrolling text: [first lines - scrolling text] 1897 - Fifteen years before our story begins, two children were shipwrecked on an uncharted island. The little boy and girl grew up alone in this lost paradise. As man and woman, they discovered a pure and natural love. In time, a child was born. But in a tragic accident, they were driven out to sea away from their island. Drifting for days, they believed that their lives and the life of their baby were at an end. Then a passing vessel drew near...
Lilli: Mother died six years ago.
Capt. Jacob Hilliard: How do you follow the years?
Richard: She taught us. We count the moons, we know that twelve full moon are one year.
Lilli: We have Christmas and Thanksgiving, and Easter, although we're not exactly sure we celebrate them on the right days.
Capt. Jacob Hilliard: It's utterly amazing, the two of you all these years in this remote, Godforsaken place.
Lilli: Not Godforsaken, Captain Hilliard. Not Godforsaken at all.
Sarah Hargrave: I may be young, captain, but I have spent three years in a climate of fearsome heat, with insects as big as rats and rats as big as cats! I can certainly deal with deck and down with fever!
Sarah Hargrave: [to Richard and Lilli] Someday soon after the ship comes, you'll find yourself seated at a well-appointed table in San Francisco, and you'll be expected to show proper table manners.