This line is from the film Jerry Maguire, directed by Cameron Crowe (1996). If you listen very carefully, you can hear the distinct sound of millions of people making gagging noises. Okay, so yeah… this one’s up there when it comes to cheesy rom-com lines.
Summer sais “You had me at buon giorno” [You had me at hello” is a famous line from Jerry Maguire.]
This line is spoken by Dorothy Boyd, played by Renée Zellweger , in the film Jerry Maguire, directed by Cameron Crowe (1996).
When someone says ‘ you complete me ‘, it means they are incomplete without you which means they need you to be a complete person which eventually leads to the conclusion that without you , the person can not grow. One person needs the other for his own needs.
You Had Me at Hello – Jerry Maguire (7/8) Movie CLIP (1996) HD.
” You had me at” is a jocular way of “I was yours at the very moment you ..”, or ” You had my heart at the moment..”. The original was ” You had me at ‘hello ‘”, meaning “I was in love with you from the moment I met you “; you didn’t have to say anything more than ” hello “: I was immediately enchanted.
Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. Leigh William Steinberg (born March 27, 1949) is an American sports agent. Steinberg is often credited as the real -life inspiration of the sports agent from Cameron Crowe’s film Jerry Maguire in 1996.
‘ still makes bank. When the romantic comedy Jerry Maguire hit theaters Dec. 13, 1996, it featured a career-altering performance by superstar Tom Cruise and the breakthroughs of Cuba Gooding Jr.
Summaries. When a sports agent has a moral epiphany and is fired for expressing it, he decides to put his new philosophy to the test as an independent agent with the only athlete who stays with him and his former colleague. Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) is a successful sports agent.
The happy ending is brought about when Jerry starts being the husband he said he’d be and when his client, Tidwell, scores an $11 million contract.
The best movie I have seen this summer is “Jerry Maguire ,” a 1996 film that was released to home video in late spring. It was a popular film in the theaters, it has been at the top of the video sales charts for the last month, and, mark my words, in repeat viewings, it looks more and more like a movie classic .