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How Hollywood says "I love you"
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How many ways can you express a love story?

M. Belinkie cut up and mashed together a whole slew of love scenes (95 clips) from famous Hollywood films to create the ultimate 'I Love You' message.

I've been doing a lot of thinking, and the thing is, I love you.

You are the epitome of everything I've ever looked for in another human being.

Love is too weak a word for the (way I feel). I lurv you. I loave you. I luff you.

I sort of feel like I'm on drugs when I'm with you. Not that I do drugs, unless you do drugs, in which case I do drugs all the time.

There's only one place in the world I call home and it's because you're there.

I'd feel better sitting outside your apartment on the curb than any other place I can think of or imagine.

I'm not waking up another morning without being able to look at you next to me.

I would rather share one lifetime with you than face all of the ages of this world alone.

Can't you see what I'm trying to tell you.

Very much.

No other love but you.

I love you.

Like a sickness and its cure together.

I love you.

I should have told you every day from the moment I met you.

You complete me.

Te adoro, Maria.

I love you Chicken.

I love you Honey Bunny.

I think that's the only thing I've ever been really sure of in my entire life.

You are the woman that I want.

How many more times do I have to say it?
One more time would be nice.

You have bewitched me, body and soul.

Whatever I am... I'm yours.

I am so in love with you.

You're the only one for me.

I'm not a smart man, but I know what love is.

Love means never having to say you're sorry.

Love is a many-splendored thing. Love lifts us up where we belong, all you need is love!

Some people search all their life for this and never find it.

You think this happens everyday?

I love you dream woman!

What do I have to do to prove it to you? Huh?

You want the moon?

You want me to renounce my throne?

The wooing, the spooning, I am all in!

Because when you find the one... you never give up.

All I ever wanted... was you!

I love you.
I love you.

I love you.

I've loved you more than any woman's ever loved a rabbit.

I love you more than anyone has ever loved.

I love you more than my life.

I love you more than band music and cookie-making.

[I want to be with you]

I made up my mind you were the only woman for me.

I've loved you since the first day I met you, and I'll never stop.

I'll love you always.

Until your heart stops beating.

'Til the stars turn cold.


I've never felt that before.

I love you. Can't believe how many times I'm saying it!

I love you.

Because I came alive when I met you.

And there's only one person that makes me feel like I can fly.

So I will wait forever for you, okay? I will wait the rest of my life.

I want all of you, forever, you and me, every day.

I love you.

I love you.

I love you!

I love you!

I love you.

I always have.

And I always will.

I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of the life to start as soon as possible.

Just shut up... you had me at "hello."

Video upload and explanations by Marimistasin.

EPITOME= /ɪˈpɪtəmɪ/ A representative or perfect example of a class or type.

HUMAN BEING= A person.

SORT OF: (informal) In a way, to some degree, more or less.

I'M ON DRUGS= (informal) I consume drugs.

DO DRUGS= If you do drugs, you consume drugs, you're on drugs.

UNLESS= /ʌnˈles/ Except in that particular case.

CURB= The edge of the pavement (BrE), the edge of the sidewalk (AmE) (see picture)

WOULD RATHER= Prefer. In expresssions of preference 'rather' is commonly preceded by 'would': We would rather rent the house than buy it outright. In formal style, 'should' is sometimes used: I should rather my daughter attended a public school.

DITTO= Likewise. The same as stated above or before.
Word History: Ditto, which at first glance seems a handy and insignificant sort of word, actually has a Roman past, for it comes from dictus, "having been said," the past participle of the verb dicere, "to say." In Italian dicere became dire and dictus became detto, or in the Tuscan dialect ditto. Italian detto or ditto meant what "said" does in English, as in the locution "the said story." Thus the word could be used in certain constructions to mean "the same as what has been said"; for example, having given the date December 22, one could use 26 detto or ditto for 26 December. The first recorded use of ditto in English occurs in such a construction in 1625. The sense "copy" is an English development, first recorded in 1818.

TE ADORO= (Spanish) I love you so much; I adore you.

HONEY BUNNY= Something sweet. (Honey Bunny is a female rabbit cartoon character designed by Robert McKimson, as the girlfriend of Bugs Bunny for merchandising purposes in the late 1950s)

BEWITCH= Attract and fascinate; enchant.

SMART= (AmE) intelligent (BrE= elegant)

LOVE LIFTS US UP= Love lifts or raises our spirits or mood; love makes us happy.

WOOING= /ˈwu:ɪŋ/ A man's courting of a woman; seeking the affections of a woman, usually with the hope of marriage.

SPOONING= (Informal) To spoon is to engage in amorous behavior, such as kissing or caressing. The spooning is the act of doing those things.

I'M ALL IN= (informal) I really want to do it.

GIVE UP= Surrender.

MADE UP MY MIND= (informal) Made a decision.

SHUT UP= (to cause someone) to stop speaking; silence.

YOU HAD ME AT "HELLO"= I fell in love with you at the very beginning, at the moment when you said "hello" to me.

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