The Very Thought of You (1998)
Airport Information Clerk: I do this in the name of sports-watching, romantically-minded men; a maligned, misunderstood minority.
Pedersen: You didn't come to see me to make a decision. You came to me because you didn't like the decision you'd already made.
Martha: I've heard you British guys are all gentleman. You are British aren't you?
Daniel: English actually.
Daniel: [to Martha] You are coming to London because it's 99 dollars?
Daniel: Really Frank, if you can't afford it stay at home. It really is embarrassing.
Laurence: Of course I wasn't alright. I'd just been knocked unconscious and now an American, who'd never driven a stick shift, was driving my car down the wrong side of the road.
Frank: [to Laurence about Daniel] I didn't know he wore khaki trousers.
[Making up after their fist fight]
Frank: This is what women feel like when they give birth.
Daniel: Yeah, except my hand kind of hurts.
Martha: [to Frank] I'm a little bit older than six. The only people interested in you are six year old girls.
Laurence: When I get nervous, I never say anything. I just sit there and get uptight.
Laurence: In finding the right person you need someone with all the right similarities, yet all the right differences. Someone to read your mind instinctively, yet cover your weaknesses.
Daniel: And one of the rooms they called it the library and they filled it full of books. Thousands of books on every subject and they're all second-hand. You know why?
Martha: It was cheaper?
Daniel: No. It's so it looks like they've been read.
Daniel: [of his professionally decorated flat] I have the home of a widely-read, widely-travelled, deeply interesting man with taste.
Martha: And that's not you.
Martha: [raising an eyebrow] Not even the interesting bit?
Frank: There's nothing more boring than looking at paintings. Only reason anyone ever comes to an art gallery is to get laid.