50 First DatesDVD - 2004 | Widescreen special edition.
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EPLGreatStuff_MandyS Feb 09, 2015
When bachelor Henry (Adam Sandler) meets artist Lucy (Drew Barrymore) there is an instant connection. Too bad the next time they meet she has no memory of him. Thus, begins his quest to make her fall in love with him every single day. The two leads have great chemistry and the supporting cast is ... Read More »
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Henry: It's gonna be alright, Luce.
Lucy: [to Henry] Don't call me Luce. I barely know you.
Marlin: Sweetie, you're sorta dating him.
Lucy: [Lucy looks at Henry]
Henry: Sorry I'm not better looking.
<Sandler is with Barrymoore in the back seat of a car with her father and brother in the front. He's just told her, again, that they're in a relationship> Lucy: "Wait, do we have sex?"
<Both the father and brother turn around and glare at Sandler>
Henry: Pardon me. Sorry to interrupt, but I notice we were both eating alone and I thought perhaps I could sit with you, maybe build a syrup Jacuzzi for your waffle house?
Lucy: Oh, that would be nice, but I have a boyfriend. I'm sorry.
Henry: You're making up a boyfriend so you can get rid of me?
Lucy: No. I'm not.
Henry: What's his name then?
Henry: Is his last name, Starr?
Lucy: No. McCartney.
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Sexual Content: It is a romantic film after all, and there are some sexual related humour in this movie.