Lost in Austen (2008)
Tom Mison: Mr. Bingley
Mr. Bingley : Darcy regards all forms of sudden locomotion as emblematic of ill-breeding. Hunting, tennis, rising precipitately from a chair...
Mr. Darcy : When Miss Price and I dance, sir, there shall be nothing sudden.
Amanda Price : I can't dance this sort of dance.
Mr. Darcy : Nor I. Together we shall make a shambles. But we shall do it with such authority that everyone will stare at us to learn the step.
Mr. Bingley : Damn you! Damn you and damn everyone who won't put a light in his window and stay up all night damning you!
Mr. Bingley : [to Jane] In America, we shall be recreated. Married, by liberal Episcopalians. We shall have 25 children and name them all Amanda. Even the boys.
Mr. Darcy : [Bursts into room] Ah! Well met, well met! Bingley, Miss Lydia and I have just now returned from the opera...
Mr. Bingley : Darcy.
Mr. Darcy : ...And the problem with the opera of course, is one cannot...
Mr. Bingley : [interrupts] Sir, will you have done? Your subterfuge is well-meaning but it is puerile and demeans us all. There is no opera in Hammersmith. You've just arrived from god-knows-where, that much is plain.
Mr. Bingley : We shall have 25 children and name them all Amanda, even the boys.