Before We Go movie quotes follow two strangers who spend an unexpected night together in New York City. The romantic comedy-drama marks the directorial debut of Chris Evans, who also stars in the film. Using a screenplay by Ronald Bass, Before We Go opened in theaters on September 4, 2015.
In Before We Go, a distraught Brooke (Alice Eve) rushes through Grand Central Station in Manhattan in an attempt to make a train home to Boston. She misses the train, but does attract the eye of street trumpeter Nick (Chris Evans) who, later, asks if she is okay. Brooke explains that she was mugged of her purse, her cell phone is broken and she is trapped in the city with no money or way to get home.
Nick attempts to help Brooke, but she's not exactly open to this help, only sure that she needs to get home to her husband ASAP. But the two set out to find her purse and end up going on a number of adventures across the city. Not only do they grow closer to one another, something they did not expect, but also unexpectedly learn things about themselves in the process, allowing them to make the life-changing decisions both desperately needed.Before We Go is just one of several movies in theaters for Labor Day 2015 along with The Perfect Guy, The Visit The Transporter: Refueled, A Walk in the Woods, and No Escape.
We Love Who We Love
Brooke: Have you ever had a feeling that somebody was going to play a major part in your life?
Brooke: It's possible that you could meet someone that's perfect for you even though you know you're committed to someone else.
Nick: We love who we love. It sucks.
The Most Interesting Thing About Hotel Art
Brooke: Do you know the most interesting thing about hotel art? It's what's on the back.
Nick: 'Gotta go, the hookers are here.' We probably shouldn't touch anything in this room.
Want to Come With Me, Make a Little Adventure?
Nick: If we can find your purse we can get you home and make me a hero. Want to come with me, make a little adventure?
Brooke: I'm sure that my husband will really appreciate you helping me.
Nick: Think you might be missing some hardware.
Brooke: What is that supposed to mean?
Nick: You're not wearing a wedding ring. You know, I'm calling it like I see it.
Brooke: You can go back to whatever you were doing before I came along and ruined your night.
Nick: You didn't ruin my night.
Did You Just Correct My Grammar?
Brooke: Are you sure that you're up for this?
Nick: Yeah, yes, yes, yes, don't feel badly.
Brooke: No, I don't feel badly. I feel bad.
Nick: Did you just do that? Did you just correct my grammar.
Brooke: Oh stop it. I was teasing. Have I done that already?
Nick: You've been dying to.
Brooke: That's an interrupted verb phrase. I've been silently correcting you all night. Don't make that face!
Nick: Well, glad to know we're at that point in our relationship where you feel comfortable doing it out loud.
Brooke: It's all downhill from here.
Nick: Yeah, it's funny. I feel like I missed all the good uphill stuff.
Brooke: Oh, thank you, and what is PWC?
Brooke: Yeah, are we in the right place?
Nick: I don't even think this is a wedding.