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Starring: George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Billie Lourd, Kaitlyn Dever, Lucas Bravo, Maxime Bouttier
Romantic comedy directed and co-written by Ol Parker. Ticket to Paradise (2022) follows divorced parents (George Clooney and Julia Roberts), who impulsively married each other. So when their daughter, Lily (Kaitlyn Dever), goes on a post-graduation trip to Bali and decides to marry a local, Gede (Maxime Bouttier), the two fly out to talk her out of making the same mistake they once did.
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Ex-Wife: I’m sorry. I think your things are in my seat.
Flight Passenger: Oh, sorry.
Ex-Wife: [as she notices her ex] Oh, come on.
Ex-Husband: You’ve got to be kidding me.
Ex-Wife: [to the flight attendant] Excuse me, ma’am, I need to sit somewhere else. We used to be married.
Ex-Husband: Worst nineteen years of my life.
Ex-Wife: We were only married for five.
Ex-Husband: I’m counting the recovery.
Ex-Wife: [to the passenger sat between them] In four days time.
Ex-Husband: Our daughter is going to marry a guy she just met in Bali, millions of
miles from home.
Ex-Husband: She’s throwing her career away.
Ex-Wife: Just like her mother did. So I’m the only one who can stop her. She doesn’t listen to him.
Flight Passenger: Oh, champagne.
Ex-Wife: [to the flight attendant] Oh, two, please.
Ex-Husband: Just leave the bottle. Thank you.
Lily: [to Gede] I just really want to kiss you.
Lily: It’s like I looked up for the first time and realized everything I ever wanted was right in front of me.
Ex-Wife: I won’t let her throw her life away. We need to trick her into dumping him. As much as this will pain us both, we have to call the truce to make this work.
Ex-Husband: Got to be in lockstep.
Lily: Did you make a pact to not murder each other until you murder me first?
Ex-Wife: We are here for you, my love.
Ex-Husband: Yes, we’re in lockstep.
Lily: [over phone] Promise, no mean comments. No arguing. No passive aggression.
Ex-Wife: What about aggressive aggression?
Ex-Wife: [to her ex] Pretty sure you don’t win anything for eating the whole pig.
Ex-Wife: Try to keep the snoring down.
Ex-Husband: I have a nasal strip.
Ex-Wife: It’s a mystery you’re still alone.
Lily: Mom, Dad, this is Gede.
Ex-Wife: Om suastiastu, Gede.
Ex-Husband: You learned that to make me look bad.
Ex-Wife: You don’t need my help there.
Ex-Husband: Are you sure they’re not sharks?
Ex-Wife: Come on. Don’t be a chicken.
Ex-Husband: You might be working with the sharks.
Ex-Wife: Come on.
Ex-Husband: I can’t believe I got bit by a dolphin!
Ex-Husband: So, what’s the plan?
Ex-Wife: I say we steal the rings.
Ex-Husband: How do they look?
Ex-Wife: Do you think we’re wrong?
Ex-Husband: We’re not wrong.
Ex-Wife: Who are we to say that Lily doesn’t know what’s best for herself?
Lily: I cannot believe you.
Ex-Husband: What are you talking about?
Ex-Wife: She found the rings.
Lily: In mom’s bag.
Ex-Husband: I knew it.
Ex-Husband: [to his ex] You clean up pretty good.
Gede: Here you go. It’s not for the faint of heart.
Ex-Wife: This is not his first rodeo.
Ex-Husband: Okay, let’s go. Let’s go.
Wren Butler: Can we get something a little more age appropriate for these two?
Ex-Husband: Here we go. Which one?
Ex-Wife: There’s only one.
Ex-Husband: I see two.
Ex-Husband: [as she places her hand over his eye] Oh, yeah.
Lily: [as her parents start dancing] Oh, no, no. Dad, please stop doing that. Oh, my God. I am praying for an asteroid.