The Princess Diaries (2001)
Hector Elizondo: Joe
Joe : I have never put on pantihose before, but it sounds dangerous.
Joe : [speaking to Mia] Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent.
[trying to recall the names of Lana and friends]
Joe : Anna, Falana, Banana, Bandana, Montana...
Lilly : Michael, don't always think you could get a ride with us and...
[sees Mia's new look]
Lilly : Oy. Who destroyed you?
Mia : Oh. You-you think it looks that bad?
Lilly : You look ridiculous. You should sue.
Mia : Well um... I know it's a little straighter and shorter and...
Lilly : Weirder!
[Get's in limo]
Michael : An attractive weirder.
Lilly : No, it's not attractive!
Joe : Seat belts, please.
Lilly : What I really can't understand is that you ditched me again yesterday when I really needed your help at the greenpeace petition.
[picks up bag]
Lilly : These bags! You HAVE one of these bags? You know, we could hock that and feed a whole third world country!
[Looks at Michael]
Lilly : Am I right?
Michael : No.
Joe : If there are no more passengers, I think we should close the door.
Mia : [voiceover] Dear Diary, today is my first official day as Princess of Genovia. We'll land in a few hours, and I'll meet Parliament and the people before beginning my royal duties. Mom is, of course, moving to Genovia with me, and we'll continue painting - without the balloons. Lilly and Michael are planning to spend their summer vacation at our - can you believe it - palace. They're even having my Mustang brought over, which I can legally drive in two weeks. Grandma's so glad to be going home, and Joseph - well, he's watching nearby as usual. Everybody's got pre-coronation jitters, including me. Everybody that is, except Fat Louie. He's totally adapted to being a royal. I guess he was one all along.
Joe : [voiceover] Princess, look out the window... and welcome to Genovia.
Mia : Hey, Joe?
Joe : Mm-Hmmm?
Mia : I'm gonna turn the backseat into a dressing room so I can change into a proper outfit for Madame, OK?
Joe : OK. And don't forget your shoes.
Mia : Ahh, thanks.
Joe : Strange town, San Francisco. When I purchased the pumps, they asked if I wanted them wrapped or if I was going to wear them.
Joe : No matter how many times you press that, it will still go up and down the same way.