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映画 - 【セレンディピティ Serendipity (2001)】英語

セレンディピティ~恋人たちのニューヨーク~ [DVD]

セレンディピティ~恋人たちのニューヨーク~ [DVD]


  • Director: Peter Chelsom
  • Writer: Marc Klein
  • Stars: John Cusack(Jonathan Trager), Kate Beckinsale(Sara Thomas), Jeremy Piven(Dean Kansky), Bridget Moynahan(Halley Buchanan), Eugene Levy(Bloomingdale's Salesman), Molly Shannon(Eve)


Serendipity Official Trailer #1 - (2001) HD



  • serendipity : ふとした偶然をきっかけに幸運をつかみ取ること、good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries

    Sara : Serendipity. It's one of my favorite words.
    Jonathan : It is? Why?
    Sara : Uh-huh.
    'Cause it's such a nice sound for what it means: a fortunate accident.

  • crush on : 一目惚れ

    Jonathan : So you're gonna meet your boyfriend now or what?
    Sara : No, I think he's probably out doing what you're doing.
    Jonathan : Getting a crush on someone else's girlfriend?

  • climb the charts : ランキングの順位を上げる

    Sara : Um, favorite New York moment.
    Jonathan : This one's climbing the charts.
    Sara : I'm flattered.

  • fair skin : 白い肌

    Sara : It's the curse of the English, I'm afraid.
    Fair skin and bad teeth.

  • on a scale of A to B : AからBまでの段階で

    Halley : How drunk is he on a scale of one to ten?
    Jonathan : Twelve.

  • run into : 偶然出会う

    Jonathan : I'm telling you, I keep running into her.
    I keep finding it.
    It keeps happening.

  • pipe dream : 空想的な考え・希望、A fantastic notion or vain hope

    Dean : Think about it. Why would you risk your relationship with Halley... just to search for some pipe dream?

  • sequel : 続編、後編

    Jonathan : It's like Halley is The Godfather, Part ll.
    Dean : She's what?
    Jonathan : Godfather, Part ll.
    That was an incredible movie.
    Might be better than the original. All right?
    But no matter how much you love The Godfather, Part ll, you still have to see the original... to understand and appreciate the sequel, don't ya?

  • get cold feet : 腰が引ける

    Jonathan : Maybe I am just getting cold feet.

  • Epictetusの引用台詞

    Dean : Do you remember the philosopher Epictetus?
    You remember what he said?
    He said, "If you want to improve, be content to be thought foolish and stupid."
    That's what you've done.

  • obituaries : (新聞などに掲載される)死亡・追悼記事

    Dean : You know, the Greeks didn't write obituaries.
    They only asked one question after a man died:
    "Did he have passion?"