《返老还童》经典台词语录

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第一篇:《《返老还童》经典台词》

第二篇:《《返老还童》经典台词》

1.Some people, were born to sit by a river. 无论什么肤色,什么体型,人们都是孤独的。但可怕的不是孤独,而是惧怕孤独。其实 孤独没什么不好,真的。 NGUNDA OTI: Plenty times you be alone. You different like us, it's gonna be that way. But I tell you a little secret. Fat people,skinny people, tall people, white people... they just as alone as us... But they scaredshitless... Not a thing wrong with being alone... no sir... 2.Some get struck by lightning. 当我瞎了一个眼睛,几乎听不见晨间喧嚣,动不动就抽搐,总是丢三落四,上帝却依然 扔下闪电来提醒我,能够活着已经是桩幸运的事了。 MR. DAWS: I'm blind in the one eye...I can't hardly hear...I get twitches and shakes out of nowhere... I lose my line of thought... but you know what... God keeps reminding me I'm lucky to be alive... 3.Some have an ear for music. 无所谓你弹奏得怎样,重要的是你弹琴时的感受……我们命中注定要失去我们所爱之 人,不然我们怎么知道他们在我们生命中有多重要? THE WOMAN: It isn't how well you play, it's how you feel about what you're playing... We're meant to lose the people we love. How else would we know how important they are to us. 4.Some are artists. 有时事与愿违,你大可以像疯狗一样咆哮,怨天尤人,诅咒命运,悔不当初……但走到 最后一刻,还是不得不安静地放手归去…… CAPT. MIKE: You can be mad as a mad dawg at the way things went... You can swear, curse the fates, regret everything you ever did.. but when it comes to the end... You have to let it go... 5.Some swim. 我一直等着,等着自己的状况变好,但我自己从未做过什么,人生就这么平白无辜地浪 费了。 ELIZABETH ABBOTT: I kept waiting, thinking I would do something to change my circumstance... Do something... But I never did... It's an awful waste, you can never get it back... wasted time... If we're going to have an affair, you're never to look at me during the day, we must always part by sunrise, and we can never say "I And when it is over I will send you a card that will simply say goodbye... Those are the rules... 6.Some know buttons. 当我还是个小孩子的时候我会早早醒来跑到湖边看日出。 那一刻的感觉, 好像全世界只 有我一个人似的。 THOMAS BUTTON: When I was a boy I would love to wake up before anybody else and run down to the lake to watch the day begin. It was as if I was the only one alive. 7.Some know Shakespeare. 看守我这衰弱的老头子的好人们,让垂死的摩提默在这儿歇一歇吧。我由于长期监禁, 肢体痛楚不堪,好像刚从刑架上拖下来的人一般。我这满头白发,是在苦难的岁月中折磨出 来的,它预示着摩提默的死期不远了。 TIZZY: "Kind keepers of my weak decaying age, Let dying Mortimer here rest himself. Even like a man new haled from the rack. So fare

my limbs with long imprisonment. And these gray locks, the pursuivants of death, Nestor-like aged in an age of care, Argue the end of Edmund Mortimer." 8.Some are mothers. 每个人对于自己的感受都不一样。我们都走向同一个方向,只是走的路不同罢了。本杰 明,你有你自己的道路。 QUEENIE: Everybody feels different about themselves one way or another. We're all goin' the same way, just taking different roads to get there... You're on your own road, Benjamin. 9.And some people, dance. 有些东西,是亘古不变的。 DAISY: Maybe some things last. There is always something that I should remember for the rest of my life. 总有一些事情是我需要铭记一生的。 You could be mad as a mad dog at the way things went. you can swear and curse the fates, but when it comes to the end, you have to let go. 你可以像疯狗那样对周围的一切愤愤不平 你可以诅咒命运 但是等到最后一刻到来之时 你还得平静的放手而去。 For what it's worth, it's never too late, or in my case, too early, to be whoever you want to be. There's no time limit, stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same. There's no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope you make the best of it. I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you're proud of. If you find that you are not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again. 一件事无论太晚或者对于我来说太早, 都不会阻拦你成为你想成为的那个人, 这个过程 没有时间的期限,只要你想,随时都可以开始,要改变或者保留原状都无所谓,做事本不应 该有所束缚, 我们可以办好这件事却也可以把它搞砸, 但我希望最终你能成为你想成为的人。 我希望你有时能驻足于这个令你感到惊叹的世界, 体会你从未有过的感觉。 我希望你能 见到其他与你观点不同的人们。 我希望你能有一个值得自豪的人生。 如果你想象的生活不一 样,我希望你能有勇气重新启程。 You never know what's coming for you! 你永远也不清楚... 接下来会发生什么 We're meant to lose the people we love. How else would we know how important they are to us? 我们注定要失去我们所爱的人,要不然我们怎么知道他们对我们有多么的重要。 What are you thinking? I was thinking how nothing lasts. And what a shame that is. Some things last. -Goodnight, Daisy. -Goodnight, Benjamin. 你在想什么呢? 我在想没有什么东西能持续到永远的... 我们也不例外 有些东西就是会持续到永远的 - 晚安,黛西 - 晚安,本杰明

第三篇:《返老还童经典台词》

Daisy: Are you sick

Benjamin Button: They said I was gonna die soon but, maybe not. Daisy: You're odd. 黛西:你生病了吗? 本杰明·巴顿:他们说我快要死了,好像又不是。

黛西:你真古怪。

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Benjamin Button: Daisy. It's me, Benjamin.

Daisy: Oh my God!

本杰明·巴顿:黛西,我是本杰明。

黛西:我的天哪。

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Benjamin Button:Good night , Daisy

Daisy: Good night , Benjamin

本杰明·巴顿:晚安,黛西。

黛西:晚安,本杰明。

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You can be as mad as a mad dog at the way things went, you can swear and curse the fates, but when it comes to the end, you have to let go.

你可以像疯狗一样对周围的一切愤愤不平,你可以诅咒命运,但是等到最后一刻,你还得平静的放手而去

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Our lives are defined by opportunities, even the ones we miss.

我们的生命被命运所决定,即使是我们错过的那个人。

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Benjamin Button: Sometimes we're on a collision course, and we just don't know it. Whether it's by accident or by design, there's not a thing we can do about it.

A woman in Paris was on her way to go shopping, but she had forgotten her coat - went back to get it. When she had gotten her coat, the phone had rung, so she'd stopped to answer it; talked for a couple of minutes. While the woman was on the phone, Daisy was rehearsing for a performance at the Paris Opera House. And while she was rehearsing, the woman, off the phone now, had gone outside to get a taxi. Now a taxi driver had dropped off a fare earlier and had stopped to get a cup of coffee. And all the while, Daisy was rehearsing. And this cab driver, who dropped off the earlier fare; who'd

stopped to get the cup of coffee, had picked up the lady who was going to shopping, and had missed getting an earlier cab. The taxi had to stop for a man crossing the street, who had left for work five minutes later than he normally did, because he forgot to set off his alarm. While that man, late for work, was crossing the street, Daisy had finished rehearsing, and was taking a shower. And while Daisy was showering, the taxi was waiting outside a boutique for the woman to pick up a package, which hadn't been wrapped yet, because the girl who was supposed to wrap it had broken up with her boyfriend the night before, and forgot. When the package was wrapped, the woman, who was back in the cab, was blocked by a delivery truck, all the while Daisy was getting dressed. The delivery truck pulled away and the taxi was able to move, while Daisy, the last to be dressed, waited for one of her friends, who had broken a shoelace. While the taxi was stopped, waiting for a traffic light, Daisy and her friend came out the back of the theater.

本杰明·巴顿:有些时候我们就活在即将发生冲撞的轨道上,浑然不知。无论它是意外发生的还是蓄谋已久的,对此我们都无能为力。一个住在巴黎的女人正在去购物的路上,但是她忘记拿她的大衣,便回去取了。当她去拿衣服时,电话铃响了,所以她停下来去接电话,并聊了几分钟。就在那个女人打电话的时候,黛西就在为巴黎大剧院的演出而排练。就在她排练时,那个女人打完了电话,离开了屋子去叫一辆出租车(但错过了一班)。现在一个出租车司机由于这班工作完的比较早,便停下来去喝杯咖啡,与此同时黛西还在排练。这个提前完成了这趟工作喝了杯咖啡的出租车司机,接了那个错过一班出租车的去购物的女人。出租车被迫因为一个横穿道路的人急停了一下,因为一个男人比原来上班的时间晚起了五分钟,由于他忘记了上好闹钟。而就在那个晚起的,忘记上闹钟的男人过马路时,黛西也完成了排练,正在冲澡。而就在黛西洗澡的时候,那个出租车司机在精品店外,等那个女人去拿她的商品。那个商品还没有被服务员提前包装好,因为昨天晚上那个服务员刚刚和男朋友分手,把这件事情忘的一干二净。当商品被包好后,那个女人回到车上,车租车又被一辆运货车挡了一下,此时此刻黛西也梳妆完毕。在运货车离开后,出租车终于可以行驶了。当黛西最后一个打扮完后,便等待她其中一个鞋带断了的朋友。就在出租车停着等候红绿灯时,黛西和她朋友从剧院出来了。

Benjamin Button: And if only one thing had happened differently: if that shoelace hadn't broken; or that delivery truck had moved moments earlier; or that package had been wrapped and ready, because the girl hadn't broken up with her boyfriend; or that man had set his alarm and got up five minutes earlier; or that taxi driver hadn't stopped for a cup of coffee; or that woman had remembered her coat, and got into an earlier cab, Daisy and her friend would've crossed the street, and the taxi would've driven by. But life being what it is - a series of intersecting lives and incidents, out of anyone's control - that taxi did not go by, and that driver was momentarily distracted, and that taxi hit Daisy, and her leg was crushed.

本杰明·巴顿:如果只有那么一件事情,并没有按原来发生的话,如果那个鞋带没有断掉;或者如果那辆货车提前几分钟开走;如果那个商品早早就被包装好,因为她没有和他的男朋友分手;如果那个男人的闹钟提前上了五分钟;如果那个司机没有停下来去喝杯咖啡;如果那个女人没有忘记她的大衣,而坐上了早一班的出租车,黛西和她的朋友就将穿过马路,出租车也只会擦肩而过。但是生活就是这么不可预测,在一系列的交错层叠的人与事中,没有谁能掌控它们,而出租车没有碰巧开过去,那个司机也有些精力不集中,那个出租车还是撞到了黛西,她的腿被撞伤了。

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Some people, were born to sit by a river.

有些人就在河边出生长大。【《返老还童》经典台词语录】

Some get struck by lightning.

有些人被闪电击中过。

Some have an ear for music.

有些人对音乐有着非凡的天赋。

Some are artists.

有些人是艺术家。

Some swim.

有些人游泳。

Some know buttons.

有些人懂得纽扣。

Some know Shakespeare.

有些人知道莎士比亚。

Some are mothers.

有些人是母亲。

And some people,dance.

还有些人,跳着舞。

第四篇:《返老还童经典台词》

《返老还童》经典台词

1.Some people, were born to sit by a river.

无论什么肤色,什么体型,人们都是孤独的。但可怕的不是孤独,而是惧怕孤独。其实孤独没什么不好,真的。

NGUNDA OTI: Plenty times you be alone. You different like us, it's gonna be that way. But I tell you a little secret. Fat people,skinny people, tall people, white people... they just as alone as us... But they scaredshitless... Not a thing wrong with being alone... no sir...

2.Some get struck by lightning.

当我瞎了一个眼睛,几乎听不见晨间喧嚣,动不动就抽搐,总是丢三落四,上帝却依然扔下闪电来提醒我,能够活着已经是桩幸运的事了。

MR. DAWS: I'm blind in the one eye...I can't hardly hear...I get twitches and shakes out of nowhere... I lose my line of thought... but you know what... God keeps reminding me I'm lucky to be alive...

3.Some have an ear for music.

无所谓你弹奏得怎样,重要的是你弹琴时的感受„„我们命中注定要失去我们所爱之人,不然我们怎么知道他们在我们生命中有多重要?

THE WOMAN: It isn't how well you play, it's how you feel about what you're playing... We're meant to lose the people we love. How else would we know how important they are to us.【《返老还童》经典台词语录】

4.Some are artists.

有时事与愿违,你大可以像疯狗一样咆哮,怨天尤人,诅咒命运,悔不当初„„但走到最后一刻,还是不得不安静地放手归去„„

CAPT. MIKE: You can be mad as a mad dawg at the way things went... You can swear, curse the fates, regret everything you ever did.. but when it comes to the end... You have to let it go...

5.Some swim.

我一直等着,等着自己的状况变好,但我自己从未做过什么,人生就这么平白无辜地浪费了。 ELIZABETH ABBOTT: I kept waiting, thinking I would do something to change my circumstance... Do something... But I never did... It's an awful waste, you can never get it back... wasted time... If we're going to have an affair, you're never to look at me during the day, we must always part by sunrise, and we can never say "I And when it is over I will send you a card that will simply say goodbye... Those are the rules...

6.Some know buttons.

当我还是个小孩子的时候我会早早醒来跑到湖边看日出。那一刻的感觉,好像全世界只有我一个人似的。

THOMAS BUTTON: When I was a boy I would love to wake up before anybody else and run down to the lake to watch the day begin. It was as if I was the only one alive.

7.Some know Shakespeare.

看守我这衰弱的老头子的好人们,让垂死的摩提默在这儿歇一歇吧。我由于长期监禁,肢体痛楚不堪,好像刚从刑架上拖下来的人一般。我这满头白发,是在苦难的岁月中折磨出来的,它预示着摩提默的死期不远了。

TIZZY: "Kind keepers of my weak decaying age, Let dying Mortimer here rest himself. Even like a man new haled from the rack. So fare my limbs with long imprisonment. And these gray locks, the pursuivants of death, Nestor-like aged in an age of care, Argue the end of Edmund Mortimer."

8.Some are mothers.

每个人对于自己的感受都不一样。我们都走向同一个方向,只是走的路不同罢了。本杰明,【《返老还童》经典台词语录】

你有你自己的道路。

QUEENIE: Everybody feels different about themselves one way or another. We're all goin' the same way, just taking different roads to get there... You're on your own road, Benjamin.

9.And some people, dance.

有些东西,是亘古不变的。

DAISY: Maybe some things last.

There is always something that I should remember for the rest of my life.

总有一些事情是我需要铭记一生的。

You could be mad as a mad dog at the way things went. you can swear and curse the fates, but when it comes to the end, you have to let go.

你可以像疯狗那样对周围的一切愤愤不平,你可以诅咒命运,但是等到最后一刻到来之时,你还得平静的放手而去。

For what it's worth, it's never too late, or in my case, too early, to be whoever you want to be. There's no time limit, stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same. There's no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope you make the best of it. I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you're proud of. If you find that you are not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.

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只要是有意义的事,再晚去做还是有意义的,不过如果是我说,该说“早”,再“早”去做都是有意义的。做你想做的人。这件事没有时间的限制,只要愿意,什么时候都可以开始。你能从现在开始改变,也可以一成不变,这件事没有规矩可言。你能活出最精彩的自己,也可能搞得一团糟,我希望你能活出最精彩的自己。我希望你能见识到令你惊奇的事物,我希望你能体验未曾体验过的情感,我希望你能遇见一些想法不同的人,我希望你为自己的人生感到骄傲,如果你发现自己还没有做到,我希望你有勇气重头再来。

第五篇:《返老还童经典台词总结》

Some people grow up in the river, some people have been struck by lightning, and some of the music has a remarkable talent, some people are artists, some people swim, some people know how to button, some people know Shakespeare, and some people are mothers, but also some people can dance .... 有些人就在河边长大,有些人被闪电击中过,有些人对音乐有着非凡的天赋,有些人是艺术家,有些人游泳,有些人懂得纽扣,有些人知道莎士比亚,而有些人是母亲,也有些人....能够跳舞....

《返老还童》经典台词

1.Some people, were born to sit by a river.

无论什么肤色,什么体型,人们都是孤独的。但可怕的不是孤独,而是惧怕孤独。其实孤独没什么不好,真的。

NGUNDA OTI: Plenty times you be alone. You different like us, it's gonna be that way. But I tell you a little secret. Fat people,skinny people, tall people, white people... they just as alone as us... But they scared shitless... Not a thing wrong with being alone... no sir...

2.Some get struck by lightning.

当我瞎了一个眼睛,几乎听不见晨间喧嚣,动不动就抽搐,总是丢三落四,上帝却依然扔下闪电来提醒我,能够活着已经是桩幸运的事了。

MR. DAWS: I'm blind in the one eye...I can't hardly hear...I get twitches and shakes out of nowhere... I lose my line of thought... but you know what... God keeps reminding me I'm lucky to be alive...

3.Some have an ear for music.

无所谓你弹奏得怎样,重要的是你弹琴时的感受……我们命中注定要失去我们所爱之人,不然我们怎么知道他们在我们生命中有多重要?

THE WOMAN: It isn't how well you play, it's how you feel about what you're playing... We're meant to lose the people we love. How else would we know how important they are to us.

4.Some are artists.

有时事与愿违,你大可以像疯狗一样咆哮,怨天尤人,诅咒命运,悔不当初……但走到最后一刻,还是不得不安静地放手归去……

CAPT. MIKE: You can be mad as a mad dawg at the way things went... You can swear, curse the fates, regret everything you ever did.. but when it comes to the end... You have to let it go...

5.Some swim.

我一直等着,等着自己的状况变好,但我自己从未做过什么,人生就这么平白无辜地浪费了。 ELIZABETH ABBOTT: I kept waiting, thinking I would do something to change my circumstance... Do something... But I never did... It's an awful waste, you can never get it back... wasted time... If we're going to have an affair, you're never to look at me during the day, we must always part by sunrise, and we can never say "I And when it is over I will send you a card that will simply say goodbye... Those are the rules...

6.Some know buttons.

当我还是个小孩子的时候我会早早醒来跑到湖边看日出。那一刻的感觉,好像全世界只有我一个人似的。

THOMAS BUTTON: When I was a boy I would love to wake up before anybody else and run down to the lake to watch the day begin. It was as if I was the only one alive.

7.Some know Shakespeare.

看守我这衰弱的老头子的好人们,让垂死的摩提默在这儿歇一歇吧。我由于长期监禁,肢体痛楚不堪,好像刚从刑架上拖下来的人一般。我这满头白发,是在苦难的岁月中折磨出来的,它预示着摩提默的死期不远了。

TIZZY: "Kind keepers of my weak decaying age, Let dying Mortimer here rest himself. Even like a man new haled from the rack. So fare my limbs with long imprisonment. And these gray locks, the pursuivants of death, Nestor-like aged in an age of care, Argue the end of Edmund Mortimer."

8.Some are mothers.

每个人对于自己的感受都不一样。我们都走向同一个方向,只是走的路不同罢了。本杰明,你有你自己的道路。

QUEENIE: Everybody feels different about themselves one way or another. We're all goin' the same way, just taking different roads to get there... You're on your own road, Benjamin.

There is always something that I should remember for the rest of my life.

总有一些事情是我需要铭记一生的。

For what it's worth, it's never too late, or in my case, too early, to be whoever you want to be. There's no time limit, stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same. There's no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope you make the best of it. I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you're proud of. If you find that you are not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.

一件事无论太晚或者对于我来说太早,都不会阻拦你成为你想成为的那个人,这个过程没有时间的期限,只要你想,随时都可以开始,要改变或者保留原状都无所谓,做事本不应该有所束缚,我们可以办好这件事却也可以把它搞砸,但我希望最终你能成为你想成为的人。

我希望你有时能驻足于这个令你感到惊叹的世界,体会你从未有过的感觉。我希望你能见到其他与你观点不同的人们。我希望你能有一个值得自豪的人生。如果你想象的生活不一样,我希望你能有勇气重新启程。【《返老还童》经典台词语录】

You never know what's coming for you!

你永远也不清楚... 接下来会发生什么【《返老还童》经典台词语录】

We're meant to lose the people we love. How else would we know how important they are to us?

我们注定要失去我们所爱的人,要不然我们怎么知道他们对我们有多么的重要。

What are you thinking? 你在想什么呢? I was thinking how nothing lasts. 我在想没有什么东西能持续到永远的... And what a shame that is. 我们也不例外 Some things last. 有些东西就是会持续到永远的

-Goodnight, Daisy. - 晚安,黛西

-Goodnight, Benjamin. - 晚安,本杰明

Death is a frequent visitor here, people come here and quietly leave, you can feel that it was left, when the house is always silent, this is a worthy growth in this wonderful place, in this place, people throw opened all the contradictions of life, left to discuss the day's weather, the temperature of bath water a day when the sun is drawing to a close, for a dead person's room, another person will be re-filled up。

死亡也是这里的常客,人们来到这里,又安静离去,你可以感觉到有人离开了,那时房子里总是寂静无声,这是个值得在此成长的美好的地方,在这个地方,人们抛开了所有生命中的矛盾,而去讨论当天的天气,洗澡水的温度,一天行将结束时的阳光,对于一个去世了的人的房间,另外一个人便会重新填补上来。

Midnight hotel is a magical place, mice run off in the distance, heating furnace hiss sound, rustling curtains in such a scenario allows you to feel a quiet, even warm, you know you love people who were sleeping at the moment, while there is little it can hurt them .

午夜的旅馆是一个神奇的地方,老鼠在远处跑跑停停,暖气炉发出嘶嘶的响声,窗帘在沙沙作响,这样的场景让你感觉到安静,甚至是温暖,你知道你所爱的人此刻正在熟睡之中,而没有什么可以伤害到他们...

I do not mind, I listened to the house to breathe, surrounded by all of us are sleeping, so I feel safe ... 我并不介意,我在聆听这个房子的呼吸,周围所有人都在睡觉,让我感到... 安全

Our lives were determined by the opportunity, even if we miss the person

我们的生命被机遇所决定,即便是我们错过的那个人

Sometimes, I find it laughable that those in our memory occupy a small fraction of people are often left us with a most impressive。

有些时候我觉得很可笑,那些在我们记忆力占据着很小一部分的人们,却往往给我们留下了最深刻的印象

Sometimes we live in the orbit of an imminent collision, the unaware, whether it is accident or a premeditated manner to which we are powerless。

有些时候我们就活在即将发生冲撞的轨道上,浑然不知,无论它是意外发生地还是蓄谋已久地,对此我们都无能为力

And if only one thing had happened differently, if that shoelace hadn't broken, or that delivery truck had moved moments earlier, or that package had been wrapped and ready , because the girl hadn't broken up with her boyfriend, or that man had set his alarm and got up five minutes earlier, or that taxi driver hadn't stopped for a cup of coffee, or that woman had remembered her coat and had gotten into an earlier cab, Daisy and her friend would have crossed the street. And the taxi would have driven by. But life being what it is, a series of intersecting lives and incidents, out of anyone's control, that taxi did not go by, and that driver was momentarily distracted. And that taxi hit Daisy. 如果只有那么一件事情没有按原样发生的话 如果那个朋友鞋带没有松 如果那辆货车提前几分钟开走 如果那个服务员没和她的男朋友分手,商品被提前包好 如果那个男人的闹钟提前上了五分钟 如果那个司机没有停下来去喝杯咖啡 如果那个巴黎女人没有忘了拿大衣,而坐上早一班的出租车 那么黛西和她的朋友穿过马路时,出租车也只会和他们擦肩而过……

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