Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Kirsten Dunst: Mary Jane Watson
Mary Jane Watson : Tell me again. Was I really good? I was so nervous. My knees were shaking.
Peter Parker : Your knees were fine.
Mary Jane Watson : The applause wasn't very loud.
Peter Parker : Yes, it was. Well, it's the acoustics. It's all about diffusion. It keeps the sound waves from grouping. You see when the sound waves, they propogate, then it's like an...
Mary Jane Watson : You are such a nerd.
Mary Jane Watson : We've all done terrible things to each other, but we have to forgive each other. Or everything we ever were will mean nothing.
Mary Jane Watson : That was OUR kiss!
Mary Jane Watson : Let me ask you something. When you kissed her, who was kissing her? Spider-man, or Peter?
Peter Parker : [walking over the bridge in Central Park] You look beautiful!
Peter Parker : [MJ doesn't respond, Peter shows some flowers] Peonies
Peter Parker : [looks at MJ as he can sense something is wrong with her] You okay?
Mary Jane Watson : No! There's something I need to tell you right now, Pete!
Peter Parker : [confused] What?
Mary Jane Watson : 'Tis not working! You and Me!
Peter Parker : [confused and quite shocked] What?
Mary Jane Watson : I don't wanna see you anymore!
Peter Parker : [still confused in despair] You kidding me, right?
Mary Jane Watson : No! I kid not, Pete! I don't love you anymore!
Peter Parker : What are you mean! What are you talking about?
Mary Jane Watson : I'm all alone! I'm lonely and you aren't there for me! It's all over!
Peter Parker : No! MJ, Please don't say that! I know I haven't been myself lately but listen! I can do better and I can change!
Mary Jane Watson : Pete! It is not that simple!
Peter Parker : But we love each other! I love you! If people have problems don't they sit down and talk it all through together!
Mary Jane Watson : [covers her face]
Peter Parker : [goes into his pocket to get the engagement ring his Aunt May gave him] MJ! I've got something to show you!
Mary Jane Watson : What?
Peter Parker : [shows MJ the engagement ring] Look! Do you see this ring?
Mary Jane Watson : [gasps]
Peter Parker : Do you realise what I've always wanted to do to you?
Mary Jane Watson : There's someone else! I've fallen for someone else!
[Mary Jane arrives at Peter's door, brandishing a newspaper with a review of her Broadway debut]
Mary Jane Watson : The review.
Peter Parker : Oh!
Mary Jane Watson : They hated it. They hated me.
Peter Parker : Well, they can't hate you.
Mary Jane Watson : [quoting] The young Miss Watson is a pretty girl, easy on the eyes, but not on the ears. Her small voice didn't carry past the first row.
Peter Parker : That's ridiculous! I was right there.
Mary Jane Watson : You were in the first row.
Peter Parker : Yeah, but that's - listen. You were great. That's a critic. This is something you're gonna have to get used to. Believe me, I know. Spider-Man gets attacked all the time.
Mary Jane Watson : This isn't about you. This is about me. It's about my career.
Peter Parker : I know, and I'm just saying, you can't let it, you can't let it bring you down. You just gotta believe in yourself and you pull yourself together. You get right back on the horse.
Mary Jane Watson : Don't give me the horse thing! Try to understand how I feel.
[He's still smiling at her, but she sits down glumly]
Mary Jane Watson : It's just, I look at these words, and it's like my father wrote them.