Jerry Maguire

Jerry Maguire quotes

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Dicky Fox
Dorothy Boyd
Jerry Maguire
Laurel Boyd
Multiple Characters
Rod Tidwell

See, man, that's the difference. between us. You think we're fighting, I think we're finally talking!

Ya know?!

Jerry Maguire. My agent. You are my ambassador of kwan!

You should be dreaming about me baby! I should be on your mind constantly and that's how we will truely materialize the kwan!.

"Shut up. Just shut up... You had me at hello. You had me at hello." Note: ranked #52 in the American Film Institute's list of the top 100 movie quotations in American cinema.

Okay, you want to talk about practical? Let's talk about my wonderful life. Do you know what most other women my age are doing right now? They are partying in clubs, trying to act stupid, trying to get a man, trying to keep a man... not me. I'm trying to RAISE a man. I've got a 24 hour a day reminder of Roger, for the rest of my life. I have had three lovers in four years, all boring, all achingly self-sufficient, all friends of yours I might add, and all of them running a distant second to a book and a warm bath. Look at me, Laurel, look at me. I'm the oldest 26 year old in the world!

I've listened to you all tell a thousand sob stories, and I have been very judgmental. Frankly, I think you've all been way too comfortable with your pain. I've not been fair to you. Women need to stick together, and not depend on the affections of a man to "fix" their lives. Maybe you're all correct. Men are the enemy... But I still love the enemy.

Dotty -- this is not "a guy.". This is a "syndrome." It's called Early Midlife, About-To-Marry, Hanging Onto The-Bottom-Rung Dear-God-Don't-Let-Me-Be-Alone, I'll-Call-My-Newly Long-suffering-Assistant-Without Medical-For-Company Syndrome. And if, knowing all that, you still allow him to come over, more power to you.

[to Dorothy] No no. Don't cry at the beginning of the date. Cry at the end, like I do. And don't be a shoulder for him to cry on either.

[to Jerry, toasting his marriage to Dorothy] If you **** this up, I'll kill you.

Copy store clerk: That's how you become great, man. Hang your balls out there!

Marcee Tidwell: Now I don't know what you do for your five-percent, but this man, my husband has a whole plan, an image... we majored in marketing, Jerry, and when you put him in a Waterbed Warehouse commercial, excuse me, you are making him common. He is pure gold and you're giving him "Waterbed Warehouse" when he deserves the big four -- shoe, car, clothing-line, soft-drink. The four jewels of the celebrity endorsement dollar.

Marcee Tidwell: My whole life is this family, Jerry. It doesn't work without him.

Jan: I love men. I respect men. But that doesn't change the fact that most of them belong in cages.

Ray: What's wrong, mom?
Dorothy: First class is what's wrong. It used to be a better meal. Now it's a better life.