Giselle Quotes in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
Jack Sparrow: Scarlet.
[She slaps him]
Jack Sparrow: I'm not sure I deserved that.
[a blond woman approaches]
Jack Sparrow: Giselle.
Giselle: Who was she?
Jack Sparrow: What?
[She slaps him]
Jack Sparrow: I may have deserved that.
Jack Sparrow: [walking Scarlett and Giselle to the Black Pearl] Granted, it tends to list to port, and has been on occasion known to frighten young women. But I promise you, you will not be disappointed.
Scarlett: [seeing a dinghy instead of the Pearl] Is that it? The Black Pearl. Not very big.
Jack Sparrow: Love, that is a dinghy. My vessel is magnificent and fierce and huge-ish. And gone. Why is it gone?
Giselle: [sees a ship in distance] Is that it there?
Jack Sparrow: Yes, there it is! Why is it there?... It's much larger up close.
Scarlett: Jack Sparrow?
Giselle: Haven't seen him in a month.
Scarlett: When you find him, will you give him a message?
[Slaps Will in the face]
Giselle: Why are you staring at me?
Robert: I don't know. It's just that... it's like you escaped from a Hallmark card or something.
Giselle: Is that a bad thing?
Robert: Oh my.
Giselle: Oh my. He's here!
Giselle: Oh my. Oh my goodness. How do I look?
Robert: Slightly stunned.
Giselle: No, I mean, how do I look?
[mean her appearance]
Robert: You look... beautiful.
Morgan Philip: Remember, when you go out not to put too much makeup otherwise the boys will get the wrong idea and you know how they are...
[off Giselle's wide-eyed look]
Morgan Philip: They're only after one thing.
Giselle: What's that?
Morgan Philip: [laughs] I don't know. Nobody will tell me.
Giselle: [after Robert has cured her, with love's true kiss] I knew it was you.
[kisses him again]
Giselle: What about you and Nancy? You know that you will live happily ever after.
Robert: I don't know if I'll make it through today, let alone a lifetime. That's what I'm trying to tell you. It's complicated.
Giselle: But it doesn't have to be. Not if she knows.
Robert: Knows what?
Giselle: How much you really love her.
Robert: Of course she does. We just don't talk about it every minute of the day, but she knows.
Robert: What do you mean, "how?"
Giselle: [singing] How does she know...
Robert: [laughs] No, don't.
Giselle: You love her? / How does she know...
Robert: People look-looking.
Giselle: She's yours?
Robert: [interrupting] Don't sing. It's OK, you know. Let's just walk. Can we walk?
Giselle: [speaks] Well, does she?
Robert: Would you like me to call someone for you?
Giselle: I don't think they would hear you from here.
Giselle: Is that the only word you know? "No?"
Robert: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I mean, No!
Giselle: "No! No! No!" Over and over! When you keep saying "No!" it just makes me so... Sometimes you make me so!... angry.
[laughs really hard]
Giselle: Now if only I can find a place to rest my head for the night.
Robert Philip: What kind of place?
Giselle: I don't know. Maybe a nearby meadow or a hollow tree.
Robert Philip: A hollow tree?
Giselle: Or a house full of dwarves. I hear they're very hospitable.
Robert: So, what's the deal with this prince of yours? How long you been together?
Giselle: [wistfully] Oh, about a day.
Robert: You mean it feels like a day because you're so in love.
Giselle: No, it's been a day.
Robert: You're kidding me. A day? One day?
Giselle: And tomorrow it will be two days.
Robert: You're joking.
Giselle: No. I'm not.
Robert: Yeah, you are.
Giselle: But I'm not.
Robert: You're gonna marry somebody after a day? Because you fell in love with him?
Robert: [laughs as she drags him away]
Robert: You know most normal people get to know each other before they get married. They date.
Robert: Yeah, you know. Date.
[Giselle shakes her head not understanding]
Robert: You go someplace special, like a restaurant, or a movie, or museum, or you just hang out and you talk.
Giselle: What do you talk about?
Robert: About each other. About yourself. About your interests, your likes your dislikes, you talk.
Giselle: Oh, you have such strange ideas about love.
Robert: Maybe we should just do what you do. You meet, you have lunch, and you get married.
Giselle: Oh, you forgot about happily ever after.
Robert: Forget about happily ever after, it doesn't exist.
Robert: [off Giselle's look] What?
Giselle: This is a very nice place.
Giselle: And we're eating dinner.
Giselle: [happily] This is a date!
[happy then realizing his mistake]
Robert: No! No. No, no, no, no. We're just, um, we're just friends.
Giselle: I was just thinking.
Prince Edward: Think-ing?
Giselle: Before we leave, there's one thing I would love to do.
Prince Edward: Well, name it my love, and it is done.
Giselle: I want to go on a date.
Prince Edward: A date!
Prince Edward: What's a date?
Giselle: Goodness, we sure had a lot of excitement tonight. Were you scared?
Morgan Philip: A little bit, but do you think Pip will be ok?
Giselle: Oh, well, I wouldn't worry about Pip. He is very brave. I remember this one time, when the poor wolf was being chased by Little Red Riding Hood around his grandmother's house, and she had an axe... oh, and if Pip hadn't been walking by to help I don't know what would've happened!
Morgan Philip: I don't really remember that version.
Giselle: Well, that's because Red tells it a little differently.
Giselle: Is this a habit of yours? Falling off of stuff?
Robert: Only when you're there to catch me.
Giselle: Nobody has been very nice to me.
Robert: Yeah, well, welcome to New York.
Giselle: Thank you.
Giselle: Oh, it's you.
Prince Edward: Yes, it's me. And you are?
Prince Edward: Oh, Giselle! We shall be married in the morning!
Giselle: What about you? How long have you known your Nancy?
Robert: Uh, five years.
Giselle: And you haven't proposed?
Robert: Well, no, I...
Giselle: Well no wonder she's angry.
Prince Edward: [singing] Yes, there's a maid somewhere I've never met/ Who was made...
Giselle: [smiles, realizes she wasn't paying attention to what he was singing]
Prince Edward: [prompting] ... who was made...
[pauses, and then prompts in a soprano]
Prince Edward: ... to finish...
Giselle: What's wrong?
Prince Edward: You're not singing.
Giselle: Oh. Oh, no I'm not. Well, I was just thinking.
Prince Edward: [perplexed] Think-ing...?
Robert: [regarding Morgan] I know she's shy. I know she doesn't have very many friends. I just want her to be strong, you know? To be able to face the world for what it is. That's why I don't encourage the fairy tales. I don't want to set her up to believe in this "dreams come true" nonsense.
Giselle: But dreams do come true. And maybe something wonderful will happen.
Robert: Yeah, well, I forgot who I was talking to.
Giselle: Well, I hope you don't forget. I like talking to you.
Nathaniel: [with an absurd French accent, setting down a glass of apple martini by Giselle] For the nice lady. From a secret admirer.
Robert: A secret admirer? How come people keep giving you free stuff?
Giselle: What is it?
Nathaniel: It's an apple martini, miss.
Giselle: Oh, apple mar... ooh! It looks yummy.
Robert: Yeah, be careful, it's poisonous.
[Nathaniel growls at him]
Giselle: You're joking.
Robert: No, they'll creep up on you, though. I'd be really careful.
Giselle: Well, I'll just have one sip.
Nathaniel: A sip is all it takes.
Giselle: [after leaving the shower] Good morning, Robert. I hope you had wonderful dreams.
Robert Philip: I think I'm still in one.
[an angry midget runs under Giselle's dress]
Grumpy: Hey! Watch it, will ya?
Grumpy: Geez, lady! Are you for real?
Giselle: I-I think so.
Giselle: [after Robert knocks on the bathroom door] Hello?
Robert: Okay, you know what? You gotta go. Look, I don't know what your deal is, if you're waiting around for Prince Charming or you're just...?
Giselle: Prince Edward.
Robert: Whatever. Look, I'll get you to a bus, a train, a plane, a whatever, then, that's it. After that, I can't... I can't get involved after that.
[Giselle emerges from the bathroom in a bright blue dress]
Robert: Where did you get that?
Giselle: I made it. Do you like it?
[Robert notices dress-shaped holes in his curtains, and looks quite shocked]
Giselle: You're unhappy.
Robert: *You made a dress out of my curtains*?
Giselle: Oh, you are unhappy!
Robert: Now she thinks that you and I...
Robert: Yeah, something like that.
[greeting Robert at the King's and Queen's Ball]
Giselle: I'm surprised. You said you couldn't dance.
Robert: I said I didn't. I never said I couldn't.
Giselle: [singing] Well, does he take you out dancing / Just so he can hold you close?
Robert: [speaking] I don't dance!
Giselle: Dedicate a song / With words meant just for you? / Ooh ooh
Robert: [speaking] And I really don't sing.
Giselle: [regarding Morgan and her mom] Does she miss her terribly?
Robert: Miss who?
Giselle: Her mother.
Robert: Um, well, we just...
Robert: We don't talk about it.
Giselle: Oh. I'm very sorry. I didn't mean to pry.
Robert: No, no, no, it's okay. It's just, um... I don't talk about it. To Morgan or to anybody.
Giselle: Because it was very sad?
Robert: Not at first.
Giselle: You were in love.
Robert: Yeah. That was the problem.
Giselle: It is magical.
Giselle: If you think that you've found someone that you can stand to be with, and she can stand to be with you even when you're both having really shitty days, and neither of you feel like shaving anything. And he looks at you like you're a Victoria Secret model in an old sweatshirt and jeans... Don't give that one up. Because if you think you're gonna find that with everyone you sleep with, you don't... I oughta know.
Giselle: The sign of the pentagram...
Jack Whittier: Oh, the Pentagon is behind all this?
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