Latin Quotes From Movies About Love And Hate

Tuesday, September 13 by Jessica Fletcher

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	These Latin quotes from movies about love are all great quotes to keep in mind. Each of them has a unique message that makes it great to remember. Whether you love romance films or the Latin <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/language/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>language</a>, any of these quotes are a perfect choice.</p>
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	<strong>"You've got a chance to get your status quo vadis back," from "Strictly Ballroom."</strong></p>
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This is a great Latin quote from a movie about love that references the phrase "Quo Vadis," meaning "Where are you going." It's an assertive quote from this romantic ballroom dancing film. The Latin phrase makes this quote stand out as powerful and exciting.

"Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary," from "The Dead Poet's Society."

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This is one of the most popular quotes from American cinema. This Latin quote from a movie about love, showcases Knox who uses poetry to capture Chris' heart. This quote appropriately represetns the film's spirit of life, poetry and love.

"Judgment of any system, or a prior relationship or phenomenon exists in an irrational, or metaphysical, or at least epistemological contradiction to an abstract empirical concept such as being, or to be, or to occur in the thing itself, or of the thing itself" from "Love and Death."

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	This is a wonderful Latin quote from a movie about love that shows a great example of the film's many mock debates. This film has a great sense of comedy and romance, emphasized by the sense of <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/gravity-826/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>gravity</a> and irony in quotes such as these. "A prior," meaning "former," serves to highlight this quote's sophisticated level of language, thus making the quote more of a mockery.</p>
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	<strong>"Wait, I thought Johnny Potsmoker was MY alter ego," from "Dude Where's My Car."</strong></p>
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	Although common to the <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/english/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>English</a> language, "alter ego" is a Latin phrase meaning "other I." Thus, it shows the movie characters' disconnection to reality and simple-minded thinking. The clever use of this phrase makes this a great quote from a movie about love.</p>
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	<strong>"Cui bono? Who benefits? / Cui gives a shit. It's got a freakin' bow on it," from "The Departed."</strong></p>
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This is an excellent quote filled with attitude and comedy. The second character from the movie responds mocking the Latin phrase to ridicule the question. It is truly one of the greatest Latin quotes from movies about love.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             -Jessica Fletcher

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