I watched Country Strong this past weekend. I haven't reviewed it yet (but I did put a bunch of work into the Chiles Stanton page - someone want to explain to me why there is a Chiles Stanton page? or why I bothered?) It was a movie with two stories in it. There was the main story with Gwyneth Paltrow which didn't really tell a story and then there was the backup romance. Anyway this is not my point. At one point the character Beau is talking to Kelly (played by Paltrow) to which she replies to him "Sometimes you have no idea how to talk to a woman." This particular line got me thinking as to what exactly that means. I guess I have heard this used in real life, but unlike in real life this is usually used in movies as sort of a throwaway line, meaning "this conversation is over." In real life this means "this conversation is just beginning." It seems to me though that this use in Country Strong is the norm not the exception that it is always a throwaway line.
I was trying to think of more though, but can't come up with any off the top of my head. Any ideas?