When in Rome (2010)
Beth's Dad: You could get your heart broken or... you could have the greatest love affair the world has ever known. But you're never gonna know unless you try.
Al: The whole point of love is to put someone else's needs above your own
Beth: Dad. When you married Mom, did you ever think that you wouldn't make it?
Beth's Dad: Elizabeth Ann. Honey, you cannot learn from my mistakes. You're going to have to go out there and make your own. Now, you could get your heart broken or you could have the greatest love affair the world has ever known, but you're not going to know unless you try.
Beth: But what if there was a guarantee that you'd never get hurt?
Beth's Dad: Baby... the passion is in the risk. It's like I always say, If you're going to be a bear...
Beth: ...be a grizzly.
Beth: It's like, I meet a guy, and I think it's great, and anyone else would just be thinking about how much greater it's going to get. And I'm constantly waiting for the other shoe to drop.
Nick: You know, lightning does strike once in a while, Beth. Trust me, I know.
Nick: I've got a question... why do you keep giving me my poker chips?
Beth: Because you deserve to have it back. You threw them into the fountain and wished for love, and I don't want to keep it anymore!
Nick: [looking confused] No I didn't.
Beth: You didn't?
Beth: Then who did?
Nick: I have no idea.
Beth: Then this... is all real?
[Nick starts to answer and then stops himself. He climbs into the fountain with Beth and drops the poker chip in the water]
Nick: How's this for real?
Father Dino: [falling to his knees at the edge of the plaza] Ay, Dio mio! Free from temptation! Grazie!
Beth: [grinning in amazement as the Priest dashes off] Didn't you say, at Umberto's bachelor party...
Nick: ...the padre cleaned me out at the poker table? Yeah.
Joan Martin: His name's Umberto. Umberto! How sexy is that? We met on a flight to Italy two weeks ago, and now we're getting married. In Rome!
Beth: Wow. That... Joan. Wow.
Joan Martin: He's the one, Beth. I know it, I can't wait until you meet him.
Beth: And when I do, I will have known him for... almost as long as you have.
Joan Martin: You know what? You're not exactly a role model when it comes to relationships.
Beth: Okay, maybe not. But that is because I have a relationship with my job. I love my job. And when I find a guy that I like more than my job, that's how I'll know he's the one.
Joan Martin: Okay, so basically what you need is a male version of yourself.
Beth: Well, he doesn't have to be blonde.
Beth: [to Antonio, who's rambling incoherently] I don't know what you're saying.
[Beth turns to the Hansom Cab driver]
Beth: What's he saying?
Hansom Cab Driver: I don't know. I don't speak idiot.
Hansom Cab Driver: It only takes a moment to see true beauty.
Stacy: You have a date, huh?
Beth: It's not a date.
[They both look at a model for the museum exhibit, who turns her head toward them]
Stacy: So, what are you gonna wear?
Beth: My navy blouse, a pencil skirt, and some open-toe slingbacks.