Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Welcome to English at the Movies -- American Classics -- where we teach you American English heard at the movies. The 1996 movie Jerry Maguire tells the story of a busy sports agent. Jerry Maguire and his wife, Dorothy own a company that legally represents a difficult football player, Rod Tidwell. Dorothy has thoughts about leaving their marriage the same night Tidwell wins a big game. Jerry shares the news with Dorothy. Listen for the words "you had me at hello." Our little project, our company had a very, very big night. But it wasn't complete. I love you. You complete me. - And I just... -Shut up. Just shut up. You had me at hello. What do you think "You had me at hello" means? Is it A) I have loved you since we met or B) There is something we need to talk about? I love you. You complete me. I... Shut up. Just shut up. You had me at hello. The answer is A) I have loved you since we met. Dorothy agrees with Jerry's realization that their love is more meaningful than winning a game. And that's English at the movies.