Hope Springs (2012)
Kay: He is everything. But I'm... I'm really lonely. And to be with someone, when you're not really with him can... it's... I think I might be less lonely... alone.
Kay: I hate golf. I do. I think it's boring. And watching it; that's even worse. It's like being married to ESPN or something. And when you eat ranch chips... your breath smells.
Arnold: I tell you one thing. We're going to Florida to see my mother next year for the full two weeks.You have forfeited your right to complain.
Kay: Think you can change your marriage?
Eileen, Kay's Friend: Change your marriage? What do you mean? Like, you mostly eat in on Fridays, and then you eat out?
Dr. Feld: All right. This is good.
Arnold: Good for you. The more we tear each other apart, the more money we have to pay you to put it back together.
Eileen, Kay's Friend: You marry who you marry, and you are who you are. Why would that change?
Kay: Well, if you wanted it to?
Eileen, Kay's Friend: No. I think for that to happen, it would have to be so bad, that somebody was willing to risk everything just to shake things up, and then it might not come down your way. No, change is hard. No, marriages don't change.
Arnold: If you want to go to intensive couples counselling all by yourself, I'll see you when you get back.
Arnold: Is there a building in this place that does *not* have shutters? The whole town looks like it was built by Hansel and Gretel.
Arnold: We're not in the same tax bracket as your other patients.
Dr. Feld: What does that word mean to you?
Arnold: It means we have a marriage licence and I pay all the bills.
Karen, The Bartender: Trying to get the old magic back?
Karen, The Bartender: Did you ever have it?
Dr. Feld: Ultimately, I think you have to ask yourself "Is this person worth more to me than my pride?"