Imagine Me & You is a 2005 British-American Romantic Comedy about a newlywed who finds herself falling in love with someone else - the lonely woman who arranged the wedding flowers. As she's walking down the aisle to her husband-to-be.The film stars Piper Perabo as Rachel, Lena Headey as Luce, Matthew Goode as Heck, and Anthony Head as Rachel's father Ned.
Cooper: Did you see that flower girl out there? Later we are going to fall madly in bed. Heck: So it is going well for you then? Cooper: Very well. Heck: She is a lesbian. Cooper: Is that right? Cool. Heck: Doesn't that slightly thwart your plan for seduction? Cooper: Anyone can change teams... Not anyone, cause I would never, you know...hmm... (starts gulping down his drink)
A woman comes into the flower show and breaks down crying because she is pregnant and her boyfriend doesn't know. Later, during the end credits we see Cooper walking around with a baby.
Heck mentions early in the film that he wants to write a book about partying around the world. Later Heck does just that.
Luce puts the missing ring on Rachel's finger.
Flower Motifs: Pretty much inevitable, in a Rom Com starring a florist, but most important is Rachel's favorite, the lily, which Luce translates as "I dare you to love me". Also consider the origin of the term "Yuri" in the context of the film.
Flowers of Romance: Heck (aka Hector) goes to pick up flowers for his bride Rachel, as a way of apologizing for not being present all the time for her. All this happened just after Rachel and Luce kissed in the flower shop.
Ned: I love the smell of hot dogs in the evening. Smells like... hot dogs.
Indulgent Fantasy Segue: During H's science act, Rachel happens to barely touch Luce's hand, then she brushes Luce's hair off her face, and then they spend several moments deeply gazing into each other's eyes with very tender music playing, leaning closer, and closer, and... the lights come on with a loud snap, Luce's still watching the act and no touching has taken place.
I Want Grandkids: One of the reasons why Tessa tries to talk her daughter Rachel out of the whole "being gay"-thing.
Heck:(Trying to set her up with his best friend) Anyway, are you married? Been married? Ever going to be married... Luce: Umm... no, no, and maybe now when the law has changed. Heck: How do you mean? Luce: I'm gay. Heck:(laughs at her joke; realizes she is not joking)...Hmm...lovely. Well done! (Cue Luce's confused WTF-face, and Heck quickly excusing himself)
H: What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
Luce: It never happens. If there's a thing that can't be stopped, it's not possible for there to be something else which can't be moved, and vice versa. They can't both exist. You see? It's a trick question, is the answer.
And later, when Heck has decided to leave Rachel because he knows that she's in love with Luce:
Heck:I want you to be happy. More than anything else, I wanted to be the cause of happiness in you. But if I'm not, then I can't stand in the way. Do you see? Because what you're feeling now, Rachel, is the unstoppable force... which means that I've got to move.