“How to Deal” quotes(2003)
Plot – Halley is a disillusioned high school student who has seen too many broken relationships. Her parents are divorced and the father has a new girlfriend. Her mother is always alone and her sister is so busy organizing her wedding that she doesn’t care about anything else. In addition to this situation, the superficiality of every girl and boy in her school convinces Halley that finding true love is impossible. However, a tragic accident makes her meet Macon and suddenly Halley realizes that true love can arrive in unusual circumstances.
All actors – Mandy Moore, Allison Janney, Trent Ford, Alexandra Holden, Dylan Baker, Nina Foch, Mackenzie Astin, Connie Ray, Mary Catherine Garrison, Sonja Smits, Laura Catalano, Ray Kahnert, Andrew Gillies, John White, Alison MacLeod, Bill Lake, Charlotte Sullivan, Philip Akin, Claire Crawford, Ennis Esmer, Thomas Hauff, Darryl Pring, Patrice Goodman, Audrey Gardiner, Jayne Eastwood, Judi Croon, Sandi Ross, Gabrielle Ashry, Dana Reznik, Darrin Brown, Darrell Hicks, Jon Hyatt, François Klanfer, Sharlene Yuen, Jeff White, Peter Gallagher, Inna Korobkinashow all
“How to Deal” Quotes 12 quotes
“- Macon Forrester: You're afraid to go out with me because you might actually like me?
- Halley Martin: No... but that's a good theory I guess if you want to protect your fragile male ego because you can't handle rejection.”
“First loves are never really over. Nobody's perfect. But that doesn't mean it wasn't worth your while.”
“Some people fall in love. I had to crash into it.”
“You have to learn to walk. You have to learn to talk. You have to wear that totally ridiculous hat your grandma bought you. And when you get a little older, even though you get to choose your hats, you don't get to choose what they put in those meatballs in the cafeteria, or when to fall in love. Sometimes things happens and you just have to deal.”
“If you are ready to jump, I will be here to catch you.”
“The quickest way to ruin a relationship with someone is to actually try to have a relationship with them.”