OB40mukEXQ6QZ1740xdjwF1LEQ4 Quote to Remember: SABRINA [1995]


Saturday, January 21, 2012

SABRINA [1995]

You are Cordially Invited to the Most Surprising Merger of the Year

[Linus Larrabee]: Listen, I work in the real world with real responsibilities.
[Sabrina]: I know you work in the real world and you're very good at it. But that's work. Where do you live, Linus? 

[Linus Larrabee]: So, that really is a beautiful name. How did you get it? 
[Sabrina]: My father's reading. It's in a poem. 
[Linus Larrabee]: Oh?
[Sabrina]: "Sabrina fair, listen where thou art sitting under the glassy, cool, translucent wave, in twisted braids of lilies knitting the loose train of thy amber-dropping hair." 
It's an incredible airplane - it's beautiful. I've never seen anything like it. 
[Linus Larrabee]: Ah, yes. [return to reading his work paper]
[Sabrina]: Don't you ever look out the window? 
[Linus Larrabee]: When do I have time? 
[Sabrina]: What happened to all that time we saved taking the helicopter?
[Linus Larrabee]: I'm storing it up. 
[Sabrina]: No, you're not. 
[Linus Larrabee, pause]: So, your little poem - what does it mean?
[Sabrina]: It's the story of a water sprite who saved a virgin from a fate worse than death. 
[Linus Larrabee]: And Sabrina's the virgin.
[Sabrina]: Sabrina's the savior. 

[Sabrina]: You probably don't believe in marriage.
[Linus Larrabee]: Yes, I do. That's why I never got married.

More isn't always better, Linus. Sometimes it's just more. 

[Fairchild]: You don't deserve her. 
[Linus Larrabee]: I don't, I know that; but I need her, and I don't need anything. 

I think you know I love you. And you promised if there was anything you could ever do... 
[Linus Larrabee]

[Fairchild]: Marry me. Marry me for my money. People do it every day.
[Joanna]: I'm not amused, Thomas, and I have a great sense of humor.
[Fairchild]: Then marry me for love.


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