You Had Me at Hello may refer to: A romantic line said in the 1996 film Jerry Maguire.
This line is spoken by Dorothy Boyd, played by Renée Zellweger , in the film Jerry Maguire, directed by Cameron Crowe (1996).
” 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.
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.
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.
You ‘ve lost me means I don’t understand or cannot follow what you are saying; I am confused or bewildered.
it means “I’m totally fooled” or ” you did a good job at fooling me .”
Either “I’ ll try to be better if you ‘ ll still have me ” or “I’ d try to be better if you ‘ d still have me “. They mean more or less the same thing, but the second version, involving the abbreviations of ‘ would ‘, implies that the person has already said they want to break up with you .