Famous words of love

Love in movies is like cheese and wine. It’s refreshing, elegant, delicious, heart-warming and you’ll always want more of it. The dialogues are crafted to capture our emotion through the character and sometimes they’re done so well that we don’t hold back from using them in our own lives. It takes a true romantic to watch romance films and it takes a passionate lover to feel the words through the screen. Here are some of my favourite words of love that hold a special place in my heart, and hopefully in yours too.


1. “I’m also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her.” Notting Hill, 1999
There is no one who hasn’t heard this line before. When Anna Scott, a famous movie star (played by Julia Roberts) messes up things with Will, she comes back asking for a second chance. This dialogue is famous enough to be used in many more film and series after its time and people even use it in their own romantic proposals!

2.“I wolf you” You S2, 2019
The Netflix series You has gained plenty attention and more than the series itself, this dialogue has its own debates and fanbase. Love Quinn and Joe Goldberg come up with their very own quirky way of reaffirming their love for each other and the phrase they choose to do so is “I wolf you.” According to many people online, it’s iky and cringe. I haven’t seen many people in favor of the phrase but that’s probably why it’s so famous! Personally, I love “I wolf you,” because in their own twisted way it all makes sense! A wolf is an unforgiving beast and so are they to each other. It’s perfect!

3. “If you’re a bird, I’m a bird” The Notebook, 2004
Who doesn’t love the all-time classic, The Notebook? The romantics know that this movie (an adaptation of book) is a treasure trove of heart melting love dialogues, but the one that will stand out the most is this one. When Allie visits her country home for summer, her world is flipped over from the moment she meets Noah, a millworker who is head over heels for her. This phrase comes up when Allie and Noah are having a blast by the shores with the seagulls squawking in the distance. This moment is so perfect because Noah meant it from his heart and he stood by it. He was there with her through everything, and he truly proved he’d be a bird if she’s a bird.

4. “Edmund was the air that I breathed, and now there is no air” Bridgerton S2, 2022
Everyone swoons about the Duke and Daphne’s famous dialogue of burning for each other. Kate and Anthony made it to the top as well with their ‘Bane of my existence’ phrase. But my most favorite one is this dialogue that Violet Bridgerton says in grief of her late husband and the father of her children. Violet and Edmund’s relationship is not discussed much in the show but this one dialogue is more than enough for us to understand the understanding and love they shared. It’s just so emotional and beautiful.

5. “You are pretty much the only thing that makes me wanna get up in the morning.” Me Before You, 2016
Will Traynor and Louisa Clark are out of this world. I would like to begin with how well their relationship develops from something loathful to something so freaking beautiful. Will Traynor has not laughed or felt like alive in long time until Louisa Clark comes blasting into his life with her colorful clothes and her mean cup of teas which he surely grows to enjoy. This dialogue says everything about the transformation Louisa has brought to his gloomy days and how much he truly values her.

6. “I’ll never let go Jack. I promise” Titanic, 1997
Do we really need any explanation on this one? Jack and Rose are the Romeo and Juliet of our time, except Juliet lives for her Romeo. Jack sacrificed his life for Rose so that she gets another chance at life and Rose grasped at any and every opportunity to live her best life for her Jack. She never let go of him. In the deep depths of her heart, she was always holding on to Jack as she promised that night, floating in the freezing waters as she watched him sink into the darkness of the ocean. That movie never gets old.

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