Pride and Prejudice (2005)

Pride and Prejudice (2005) quotes

26 total quotes (ID: 960)

Elizabeth Bennet
Mr. Darcy

Mr. Bingley: I have never seen so many pretty girls in my life!
Mr. Darcy: On the contrary, you were dancing with the only handsome one in the entire room.
Mr. Bingley: She is the most beautiful creature I have ever met! But her sister Elizabeth is very amiable...
Mr. Darcy: Barely tolerable, I should think; but not nearly handsome enough to tempt me.

Elizabeth Bennet: [refusing to visit Pemberley]He's so...he's so rich.
Mr. Gardiner: Oh, heavens Lizzy! What a snob you are! Objecting to poor Mr. Darcy because of his wealth! The man can't help it.

Georgiana Darcy: Do you play duets, Miss Elizabeth?
Elizabeth Bennet: Only when forced.
Georgiana Darcy: [to Darcy] Brother, you must force her.

Mr. Darcy: [after he sees Elizabeth at Pemberly, and follows her outside] Miss Elizabeth!
Elizabeth Bennet: I thought you were in London.
Mr. Darcy: No. No, I'm not.
Elizabeth Bennet: We would not have come if we'd known you were here.
Mr. Darcy: I came back a day early.
Elizabeth Bennet: I'm in Derbyshire with my aunt and uncle.
Mr. Darcy: And are you having a...pleasant trip?
Elizabeth Bennet: Yes, very pleasant.
Elizabeth Bennet: Tomorrow we go to Matlock.
Mr. Darcy: Tomorrow?
Mr. Darcy: Are you staying at Lambton?
Elizabeth Bennet: Yes, at the Rose and Crown.
Mr. Darcy: Yes.
Elizabeth Bennet: I'm so sorry to intrude. They said that the house was open for visitors, I had no idea....
Mr. Darcy: May I see you back to the village?
Elizabeth Bennet: No!
Elizabeth Bennet: I'm very fond of walking.
Mr. Darcy: Yes. Yes, I know.

[After Lizzy - to her own surprise - has agreed to dance with Mr. Darcy]
Charlotte Lucas: I daresay you will find him to be very amiable.
Elizabeth Bennet: That would be most inconvenient since I have sworn to loathe him for all eternity.

Mr. Darcy: Then what do you suggest, to encourage affection?
Elizabeth Bennet: Dancing, even if one's partner is barely tolerable. [turns around and leaves]

Only the deepest love will persuade me into matrimony which is why I shall end up an old maid.

I have been so blind.

Barely tolerable, I dare say, but not handsome enough to tempt me.

Mr. Darcy: I, do not have the talent of conversing easily with people I have never met before.
Elizabeth Bennet: Perhaps you should take your aunt's advice and practice?

Mr. Darcy: May I have the next dance, Miss Elizabeth?
Elizabeth Bennet: You May.