Landon: Do you love me? Will you do something for me, then?
Landon: Will you marry me?
Mr. Darcy: Are you so severe on your own sex?
Elizabeth Bennet: I never saw such a woman. She would certainly be a fearsome thing to behold.
Priestess: I held on to it, all these years. To remind me everything they stripped away from us. Our honor, our abilities, our faith. Today when we ride I want you to remember our power doesn’t come from the church, it comes from god. With or without the clergy we’re still priests.
Priest: I can’t.
Priestess: When I heard what happened to Shannon, I prayed for her salvation. And then I prayed for mine. Because in the darkness of my heart I hoped her death would free you at last.
Burke: I happen to know a thing or two about people. You get approached a lot. Probably have since the day you strapped on your first training bra. But you’re smart, and you’re creative, and you’re caring and big… But, how come the guys only see the package it comes in, sure… you’re flattered. But ultimately, ultimately it’s tiresome because it has nothing to do with you. You were born that way, you can’t take credit for it. Your insides though, that’s yours. That’s what you want someone to truly see. Even a stranger. Ergo… you fake a handicap. Rather than to have a conversation with a fellow human being. You prefer sign language? Fine.
Bryce Loski: When she walked out of the door, I felt back to the first time I saw her. How could anybody, ever, have wanted to run away from Juli Baker?
Juli Baker: He looked at me with those eyes, those once again dazzling eyes, and I knew, that Bryce Loski is still walking around with my first kiss. But it wouldn’t be for long.
Penelope: The game will be over, your Queen’ll be dead.
Max: My King’s still pretty… active. You know?
Penelope: Once the Queen is dead, the King is useless.
Max: What’s that about?
Penelope: I don’t know. Maybe he’s too depressed to fight. He really loved her, you know.
Max: Yeah, I can see that.
Penelope: You shit! You lied to me! I guessed piano and you said that…
Max: I’m sorry.
Penelope: I know.
Max: No, I don’t have the power to break the curse
Penelope: That’s okay. Turns out, I did.
Erik Lehnsherr: This is what they wanted, for us to turn against each other. I tried to warn you. You did this.
Professor Charles Xavier: No Erik, you did.
Erik Lehnsherr: I want you by my side. We’re brothers, all of us. We want the same thing.
Professor Charles Xavier: Oh my friend, we do not.
Keria Knightley: So the first time, um, Darcy touches Elizabeth is when he helps her into the carriage, which is a really beautiful moment. Because it’s the first skin on skin touch, and I think today we don’t think twice about that at all.
Elizabeth Bennet: And that put paid to it. I wonder who first discovered the power of poetry in driving away love?
Mr. Darcy: I thought that poetry was the food of love.
Elizabeth Bennet: Of a fine stout love, it may. But if it is only a vague inclination I’m convinced one poor sonnet will kill it stone dead
Mr. Darcy: So what do you recommend to encourage affection?
Elizabeth Bennet: Dancing. Even if one’s partner is barely tolerable.
Professor Charles Xavier: You know, I believe the true focus lies somewhere between rage and serenity. Would you mind if I…?
Erik Lehnsherr: What did you just do to me?
Professor Charles Xavier: I access the brightest corner of your memory system. Was very beautiful memory Erik, thank you.
Erik Lehnsherr: I didn’t know I still have that.
Professor Charles Xavier: There is so much more to you than you know, not just pain and anger, there’s good too, I felt it. When you can access all that, you’ll possess a power no one can match, not even me.