Movie quotes

  • Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
    • 00:14:19 comes the event that will change her life for ever.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:13:57 such as: "How many couples are having an orgasm now?"

      • 00:14:11 Fifteen.

      • 00:14:19 comes the event that will change her life for ever.

      • 00:14:23 Lady Di, Princess of Wales, died in a car crash in Paris last night

      • 00:14:28 with her companion Dodi Al Fayed...

    • 00:16:14 A boy? Come and have a glass of port.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:16:06 The girl from the 5th floor! We don't see much of you.

      • 00:16:09 Would you know of a boy who lived in my flat in the '50s?

      • 00:16:14 A boy? Come and have a glass of port.

      • 00:16:18 - No, thanks. - Come in! Close the door.

      • 00:16:21 Boys? I've known so many.

    • 00:16:18 - No, thanks. - Come in! Close the door.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:16:09 Would you know of a boy who lived in my flat in the '50s?

      • 00:16:14 A boy? Come and have a glass of port.

      • 00:16:18 - No, thanks. - Come in! Close the door.

      • 00:16:21 Boys? I've known so many.

      • 00:16:25 They're cute until they discover snowballs and chestnuts.

    • 00:16:31 - When did you come here? - In '64.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:16:25 They're cute until they discover snowballs and chestnuts.

      • 00:16:29 I've known so many boys.

      • 00:16:31 - When did you come here? - In '64.

      • 00:16:35 You'll have heard the story.

      • 00:16:38 No, I don't think so.

    • 00:26:44 Come up. Third floor.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:26:37 - Yes? - Hello.

      • 00:26:40 I'm looking for Dominique Bredoteau for the European census.

      • 00:26:44 Come up. Third floor.

      • 00:26:57 Hello, kitten.

      • 00:27:01 Earl Grey?

    • 00:27:22 There. I'm coming.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:27:05 What will you have?

      • 00:27:12 I'm working.

      • 00:27:22 There. I'm coming.

      • 00:27:25 Do you know where I can find Dominique Bredoteau?

      • 00:27:29 Oh, my poor dear!

    • 00:27:56 Come in.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:27:51 You need

      • 00:27:53 a glass of mulled wine.

      • 00:27:56 Come in.

      • 00:27:58 Come on in.

      • 00:28:03 I've lived here for five years. This is the first time we've met.

    • 00:27:58 Come on in.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:27:53 a glass of mulled wine.

      • 00:27:56 Come in.

      • 00:27:58 Come on in.

      • 00:28:03 I've lived here for five years. This is the first time we've met.

      • 00:28:07 I never go out on the landing.

    • 00:28:18 Come in. Here.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:28:10 I'm fussy about who I meet.

      • 00:28:14 They're all creeps anyway.

      • 00:28:18 Come in. Here.

      • 00:28:20 Come in.

      • 00:28:23 They call me the Glass Man,

    • 00:28:20 Come in.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:28:14 They're all creeps anyway.

      • 00:28:18 Come in. Here.

      • 00:28:20 Come in.

      • 00:28:23 They call me the Glass Man,

      • 00:28:26 but my name is Raymond Dufayel.

    • 00:28:36 And you've come back empty-handed from your search for Bretodeau.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:28:26 but my name is Raymond Dufayel.

      • 00:28:30 - Amélie Poulain. I'm a waitress at... - The Two Windmills. I know.

      • 00:28:36 And you've come back empty-handed from your search for Bretodeau.

      • 00:28:42 Because it's not "do", it's "to".

      • 00:28:46 - Like "Toto". - Thank you.

    • 00:45:36 Come off it, Amélie. They split up two months ago.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:45:31 Joseph's not so nutty.

      • 00:45:34 He's just in pain.

      • 00:45:36 Come off it, Amélie. They split up two months ago.

      • 00:45:39 To keep on coming here every day, he must be a masochist.

      • 00:45:42 Don't say you haven't noticed.

    • 00:45:39 To keep on coming here every day, he must be a masochist.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:45:34 He's just in pain.

      • 00:45:36 Come off it, Amélie. They split up two months ago.

      • 00:45:39 To keep on coming here every day, he must be a masochist.

      • 00:45:42 Don't say you haven't noticed.

      • 00:45:47 Noticed what?

    • 00:52:30 Everyone who's come in today has given us a weather report.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:52:26 Strange weather today.

      • 00:52:28 What's so funny?

      • 00:52:30 Everyone who's come in today has given us a weather report.

      • 00:52:33 We pass the time of day to forget how time passes.

      • 00:52:37 We do it to keep us from talking crap.

    • 01:45:02 - Can you come back? - OK.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:44:55 She's at her father's.

      • 01:44:56 It's awkward. I'd like to speak to you, but... I finish work at six.

      • 01:45:02 - Can you come back? - OK.

      • 01:45:05 See you later.

      • 01:45:06 4:08: Docking scheduled.

    • 01:45:46 How come?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:45:06 4:08: Docking scheduled.

      • 01:45:41 The blond guy in a camel coat. He's very absent-minded, too.

      • 01:45:46 How come?

      • 01:45:49 He came back three times the same afternoon.

      • 01:45:52 1:12:

    • 01:46:01 My rash has come back! Look, Suzanne!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:45:56 Camel coat.

      • 01:45:58 - 4:17: Camel coat. - Stop it!

      • 01:46:01 My rash has come back! Look, Suzanne!

      • 01:46:05 My rash is back. He's driving me nuts.

      • 01:46:08 Lay off!

    • 01:47:38 Back he comes, and hey presto! Out they go.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:47:34 The note in the coat pocket,

      • 01:47:36 4:08.

      • 01:47:38 Back he comes, and hey presto! Out they go.

      • 01:47:46 - I'm worried for Amélie because I like you. - What do you mean?

      • 01:47:50 By and large, the men I like are mentally unsound.