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Notting Hill (film) Quotes

Notting Hill (film) is a television program that was first aired in 1970 . Notting Hill stopped airing in 1970.

It features Duncan Kenworthy as producer, Trevor Jones (composer) in charge of musical score, and Michael Coulter as head of cinematography.

Notting Hill (film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United Kingdom. Each episode of Notting Hill (film) is 124 minutes long. Notting Hill (film) is distributed by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, and Universal Pictures.

The cast includes: Julia Roberts as Anna Scott, Hugh Grant as William, Tim McInnerny as Max, Emma Chambers as Honey, Hugh Bonneville as Bernie, Rhys Ifans as Spike, Gina McKee as Bella, James Dreyfus as Martin, Yolanda Vazquez as Writer, and Alec Baldwin as Jeff King.

Notting Hill (film) Quotes

Julia Roberts as Anna Scott

  • (Julia Roberts) "You know what they say about men with big feet."
  • (Hugh Grant) "No, I don't, actually. What's that?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Big feet -- large shoes."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Can I stay for a while?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "You can stay forever."
  • (Anna's Co-Star) "God that's an enormous arse."
  • (Julia Roberts) "I'm not listening."
  • (Anna's Co-Star) "Not honestly, it's so sad, all those anorexic girls. She has enough to share around and still be big bottomed."
  • (Julia Roberts) "I would think looking at something that nice, you and your bony little excuse for an arse would be well advised to keep quiet."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Oh really? So the entire British press got up this morning and said, "I know where Anna Scott is, she's in that house with the blue door, in Notting Hill." And then you go out, in your god**** underwear --"
  • (Rhys Ifans) "I went out in my god**** underwear too."
  • (P.R. Chief) "Dominic -- if you'd like to ask your question again?"
  • (Journalist) "Yes. Anna, how long are you intending to stay here in Britain?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Indefinitely."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Rita Hayworth used to say, "They go to bed with Gilda; they wake up with me.""
  • (Hugh Grant) "Who's Gilda?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Her most famous part. Men went to bed with the dream; they didn't like it when they would wake up with the reality. Do you feel that way?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "You are lovelier this morning than you have ever been."
  • (Julia Roberts) "And don't forget -- I'm also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her."
  • (Julia Roberts) "I can't believe you have that picture on your wall."
  • (Hugh Grant) "You like Chagall?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "I do. It feels like how being in love should be. Floating through a dark blue sky."
  • (Hugh Grant) "With a goat playing the violin."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Yes; happiness isn't happiness without a violin-playing goat."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Wait, what about me?"
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Sorry, you think you deserve the brownie?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Well a shot at it at least huh?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Well, you'll have to fight me for it, this is a very good brownie."
  • (Julia Roberts) "I've been on a diet every day since I was nineteen, which basically means I've been hungry for a decade. I've had a series of not nice boyfriends, one of whom hit me. Ah, and every time I get my heart broken, the newspapers splash it about as though it's entertainment. And it's taken two rather painful operations to get me looking like this."
  • (Emma Chambers) "Really?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Really. And, one day not long from now, my looks will go, they will discover I can't act and I will become some sad middle-aged woman who looks a bit like someone who was famous for a while."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Nah, nice try gorgeous, but you don't fool anyone."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Pathetic effort to hog the brownie."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Do you wanna come up?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Well, there seem to be lots of reasons why I shouldn't."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Do you wanna come up?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Give me five minutes?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "What's so annoying is now I'm so totally fierce when it comes to nudity clauses."
  • (Hugh Grant) "You have clauses in your contract?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Yeah. "you may show the dent at the top of the artist's buttocks, but neither cheek or if a stunt bottom is being used, artists must have full consultation"."
  • (Hugh Grant) "You have a stunt bottom?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "I could have a stunt bottom, yes."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Are people tempted to go for better bottoms than their own?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Well yeah, I would. This is important stuff."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Hell of a thing to put on your passport, Occupation "Mel Gibson's bottom""
  • (Julia Roberts) "Actually Mel does his own ass work. Well why wouldn't he."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Busy tomorrow?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "I thought you were leaving tomorrow?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "I was."
  • (Julia Roberts) "What is it about men and nudity? Particularly breasts? How can you be so interested in them?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Well --"
  • (Julia Roberts) "But, but, seriously: they're just breasts. Every second person in the world has them."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Oh, more than that, when you think about it: you know, Meat Loaf has a very nice pair."
  • (Julia Roberts) "But they're -- they're odd looking, they're for milk, your mother has them, you've seen a thousand of them -- What's all the fuss about?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Actually, I can't think of what it is, really. Let me just have a quick look --"
  • (Hugh Grant) "No, no, beats me."
  • (Julia Roberts) "What do you think?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Gripping. It's not Jane Austen, it's not Henry James but it's gripping."
  • (Julia Roberts) "You think I should do Henry James?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "I think you'd be wonderful in Henry James but this writer; writers, they're pretty good too."
  • (Julia Roberts) "You never get anyone in "Wings of a Dove" saying "Inform the Pentagon we need black star cover.""
  • (Hugh Grant) "And for me the book is the poorer for it."

Gina McKee as Bella

  • (Gina McKee) "Which way are you going?"
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Down Kensington Church Street, then Knightsbridge, then Hyde Park Corner."
  • (Gina McKee) "No, crazy, crazy. Go along Bayswater."
  • (Emma Chambers) "That's right. Then Park Lane."
  • (Hugh Bonneville) "No, straight down to the Cromwell Road, then left."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Stop right there. I will decide the route. All right?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Sorry Max."
  • (Emma Chambers) "Sorry Max."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "James Bond never has to put up with this sort of s***."
  • (Gina McKee) "The more I think about things, the more I see no rhyme or reason in life. no one knows why some things work out and some things don't. Why some of us are lucky and some of us get --"
  • (Gina McKee) "Do you want to stay?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Why not? All that awaits me at home is a masturbating Welshman."

Tim McInnerny as Max

  • (Tim McInnerny) "Let's face facts, this was always a no-win situation. Anna's a goddess, you know what happens to mortals who get involved with gods."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Buggered, is it?"
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Every time."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "You haven't slept with her, have you?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "That is a cheap question and the answer is, of course, no comment."
  • (Tim McInnerny) ""No comment" means "yes.""
  • (Hugh Grant) "No it doesn't."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Do you ever masturbate?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "DEFINITELY no comment."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "You see? It means "yes.""
  • (Keziah) "No thanks, I'm a fruitarian."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "I didn't realize that."
  • (Hugh Grant) "And, ahm: what exactly is a fruitarian?"
  • (Keziah) "We believe that fruits and vegetables have feelings, so we think cooking is cruel. We only eat things that have already fallen off a tree or bush; that are, in fact, dead already."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Oh, all right. Interesting stuff. So, these carrots --"
  • (Keziah) "Have been murdered, yes."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Murdered? Poor carrots. How beastly."

Hugh Grant as William

  • (Hugh Grant) "It's as if I've taken love heroin, and now I can't ever have it again."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Calm down, have a cup of tea."
  • (Julia Roberts) "No. I don't want any god**** tea."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Is this your first film?"
  • (12-yr-old Actress) "Well -- actually it's my 22nd."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Any favorites among the 22?"
  • (12-yr-old Actress) "Working with Leonardo."
  • (Hugh Grant) "DaVinci?"
  • (12-yr-old Actress) "DiCaprio."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Of course. And is -- is he your favorite Italian director?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Sorry about the "surreal but nice" comment."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Don't worry, I thought the whole apricot honey thing was the real low point."
  • (P.R. Chief) "Next question? Yes. You in the pink shirt."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Uh, right. Miss Scott, are there any circumstances that you and he might be more than just friends."
  • (Julia Roberts) "I hoped that there would be but I've been assured that there's not."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Yes, but what if --"
  • (P.R. Chief) "I'm sorry. Just the one question."
  • (Julia Roberts) "No. It's alright. You were saying?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "I was just wondering what if this person --"
  • (Journalist) "Thacker. His name is Thacker."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Right. Thanks. What if, uh, Mr. Thacker realized that he had been a daft prick and got down on his knees and begged you to reconsider if you would -- indeed -- reconsider."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Yes. I believe I would."
  • (Hugh Grant) "That's wonderful news. The readers of Horse and Hound will be relieved."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Please, sod off."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Ok."
  • (Hugh Grant) "No, no, no. I thought you were someone else. I mean I thought you were Spike, but I'm thrilled you're not."
  • (Hugh Grant) "I enjoyed the movie very much. I was just wondering, did you ever consider having more horses in it?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Well, we would have liked to. But it was difficult, obviously, being set in space."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Whoopsidaisies."
  • (Julia Roberts) "What did you say?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Nothing."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Yes you did."
  • (Hugh Grant) "No I didn't."
  • (Julia Roberts) "You said "whoopsidaisies"."
  • (Hugh Grant) "I don't think so. No one says "whoopsidaisies" do they? Unless they're --"
  • (Julia Roberts) "There is no "unless." No one has said "whoopsidaisies" for fifty years and even then it was only little girls with blonde ringlets."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Exactly. Here we go again."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Whoopsidaisies. It's a disease I've got. It's a clinical thing. I'm taking pills and having injections. It won't last long."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Max, this is Anna."
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Hello Anna"
  • (Tim McInnerny) "Scott."
  • (Hugh Grant) "I live in Notting Hill. You live in Beverly Hills. Everyone in the world knows who you are, my mother has trouble remembering my name."
  • (Julia Roberts) "I'm also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her."
  • (Hugh Grant) "So how is he?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "I don't know. It just got to the point where I couldn't remember any of the reasons why we were together."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Can I ask you why you are wearing that?"
  • (Rhys Ifans) "Combination of factors. No clean clothes."
  • (Hugh Grant) "There never will be unless you actually clean your clothes."
  • (Rhys Ifans) "Vicious circle. And I was rooting around in your things and found this and thought groovy. Kind of -- spacy."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Was it you?"
  • (Rhys Ifans) "I may have told a few people down at the pub."
  • (Hugh Grant) "The thing is, with you I'm in real danger. It seems like a perfect situation, apart from that foul temper of yours, but my relatively inexperienced heart would I fear not recover if I was, once again, cast aside as I would absolutely expect to be. There's just too many pictures of you, too many films. You know, you'd go and I'd be -- uh, well buggered basically."
  • (Hugh Grant) "I'm sorry."
  • (Julia Roberts) "No, I love that you tried. Time was I'd have done the same thing. In fact --"
  • (Julia Roberts) "Hi."
  • (Loud Man in Restaurant) "Oh. My. God."
  • (Julia Roberts) "I just wanted to apologize for my friend; he's very sensitive."
  • (Loud Man in Restaurant) "No, I mean --"
  • (Julia Roberts) "No, leave it. I'm sure you didn't mean any harm, I'm sure it was just friendly banter, I'm sure you guys have dicks the size of peanuts. Enjoy your dinner, the tuna's really good."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Apart from the American, I've only loved two girls, both absolute disasters. The first one marries me and then leaves me faster than you can say Indiana Jones, and the second one, who seriously ought to have known better, casually marries my best friend."
  • (Gina McKee) "She still loves you though."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Yeah, in a depressingly asexual way."
  • (Gina McKee) "I never fancied you much actually."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Any horses in that one? Or hounds for that matter; our readers are intrigued by both species."
  • (Julia Roberts) "It takes place on a submarine."
  • (Hugh Grant) "If I were to employ a wet rag would I have to pay it as much as I pay you?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Would you like something to eat? Something to nibble? Apricots, soaked in honey? Quite why, no one knows, because it stops them tasting like apricots and makes them taste like honey -- and if you wanted honey, you could just -- buy honey. Instead of apricots. But nevertheless they're yours if you want them."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Now what in the world in this garden could make that ordeal worthwhile?"
  • (Hugh Grant) "Nice garden."
  • (Hugh Grant) "You'd go and I'd be -- well buggered, basically."

Rhys Ifans as Spike

  • (Rhys Ifans) "Well, isn't this a good opportunity to -- slip her one?"
  • (Rhys Ifans) "Bugger this for a bunch of bananas."
  • (Rhys Ifans) "There's something wrong with this yogurt."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Ah, that's not yogurt, that's mayonnaise --"
  • (Rhys Ifans) "Ah, right-o then."
  • (Rhys Ifans) "Just going to the kitchen to get some food, then I'm going to tell you a story that will make your balls shrink to the size of raisins."
  • (Julia Roberts) "Probably best not tell anyone about this."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Right, no one. I mean, I'll tell myself sometimes but; don't worry; I won't believe it."
  • (Rhys Ifans) "I knew a girl at school called Pandora. Never got to see her box, though."

Hugh Bonneville as Bernie

  • (Hugh Bonneville) "I'm sorry I am so late. Bollocksed up at work again, I fear. Millions down the drain."
  • (Hugh Bonneville) "What's the pay like in movies? I mean. Last movie. How much did you get paid?"
  • (Julia Roberts) "15 million dollars."

Emma Chambers as Honey

  • (Emma Chambers) "William just turned down Anna Scott."
  • (Rhys Ifans) "You daft prick."
  • (Emma Chambers) "Oh God, this is one of those key moments in life, when it's possible you can be really, genuinely cool; and I'm failing 100%. I absolutely and totally and utterly adore you and I think you're the most beautiful woman in the world and more importantly I genuinely believe and have believed for some time now that we can be best friends. What do YOU think?"
  • (Emma Chambers) "Hi Marty. Ooh. Sexy cardi."

James Dreyfus as Martin

  • (James Dreyfus) "Did you know, and this is pretty amazing, but I once saw Ringo Starr."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Where was that?"
  • (James Dreyfus) "Kensington High Street. At least I think it was Ringo, um, it could have been that guy from Fiddler on the Roof. You know, Toppy."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Topol."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Yes -- yes that's right, Topol."
  • (Hugh Grant) "Mmmhmmm. Actually, Ringo Starr doesn't- doesn't at all look like, uh, Topol."
  • (James Dreyfus) "Yes, but, he was- he was quite a long way away from me."
  • (Hugh Grant) "So it actually could've been neither of them."
  • (James Dreyfus) "Yes, I suppose, so."
  • (Hugh Grant) "It's not really a classic, anecdote, is it?"
  • (James Dreyfus) "Not a classic, no."

Alec Baldwin as Jeff King

  • (Alec Baldwin) "Can you adios those dishes and take out that trash?"

Yolanda Vazquez as Writer

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