Quotes from You've Got Mail film 3
We're excited about your new book. When should we schedule a signing? It's being published in January. Will you be in business in January? I'm so worried. We're doing great. Aren't we? No difference whatsoever! Great. You can count on me for anything. Support, rallies, picket lines. We can get the Times to write something. Or that nut from the Observer. It's just the sort of thing to outrage him. That's not the point. She thinks my store is in trouble. Why'd she say that? There's enough business for us all. Yes, there is. We are fine. You're more than fine. You're absolutely fine. We are fine. How are you? Fine. Vince will be so happy to see you. Congratulations! This is amazing. He said: You should go to a retreat. You really should go to a retreat. Honey, will you get me another drink? It's a great place to calm down. He said that. Isn't that hilarious? Champagne, please. Stoli on the rocks. But a fresh glass, please. White wine, please. Here you go. Do you remember me? Of course I remember you. How's your aunt? She's great. Thanks. I'd better go deliver this. I have a thirsty date. She's part camel. Joe, right? Joe, isn't it? And you are Kathleen. Kathleen Kelly. Two white wine, please. I cannot believe that you were speaking to Joe Fox. Joe Fox? As in As in, he's going to take over everything. Fox? Your last name is Fox. I didn't realize I didn't know Who you were with? I didn't know who you were with. Excuse me? It's from The Godfather. Sorry, it's from The Godfather. It's when the movie producer realizes that Tom Hagen is an emissary of Vito Corleone. Just before the horse's head ends up in the bed with all the bloody sheets. Wakes up and it's... Never mind. You were spying on me, weren't you? You probably rented those children. Why would I spy on you? Because I am your competition, which you know or you wouldn't have put up the sign: Just around the corner. And you do not own the phrase around the corner. What is that? What are you doing? What are you doing? You're taking all the caviar? That caviar is a garnish. You probably sell, what, $350,000 worth of books in a year... (Share this quotes with full scene movie lines)
You're Frank Navasky, aren't you? Your last piece in the Observer about Anthony Powell was brilliant. Brilliant! I'm Patricia Eden. Eden Books. This man is the greatest living expert on Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. You really liked. This is Kathleen Kelly. My piece? I just I'm flattered. You write these things. You think somebody will mention them. The phone doesn't ring and you think: I'm a fraud. I'm a failure. You know what fascinated me about Julius and Ethel Rosenberg? Is how old they looked when they were really just our age. You know? I'm so happy to have finally met you. Have you ever thought about doing a book? It's crossed my mind, something relevant for today like the Luddite movement in 19th century England. We should talk. Call me. Have you ever had a caviar garnish? I had no idea Frank Navasky was going to be so down-to-earth. You read his stuff you think he's going to be so obscure and abstruse. He's always talking about Heidegger and Foucault. And I have no idea what it's about, really. I'm not tired. I'm not. Someone provokes you, and instead of smiling and moving on, you zing them? Hello, it's Mr. Nasty. I'm sure you have no idea what I'm talking about. I know what you mean, and I'm completely jealous. When I'm provoked I get tongue tied. My mind goes blank. Then I toss and turn all night trying to figure out what I should've said. What should I have said, for example, to the bottom-dweller who recently belittled my existence? Nothing. Then I'd never behave badly and you could behave badly all the time. And we'd be happy. On the other hand, I must warn you: When you finally say the thing you mean to say at the moment you mean to say it, remorse inevitably follows. Do you think we should meet? Meet? Oh, my God! $72.27. This is a cash only line. Cash only. I just have a credit card. I'm sorry. Is that okay?... (Share this quotes with full scene movie lines)
The violins sing with joyful ring The clarinet goes doodly, doodly, doodly, doodly det. The horn sounds so forlorn I got it.