Jerry McGuire is one of those movies I can watch again and again.
It has a great storyline, it is funny, inspiring, and has good acting. It also has some real gems of dialogs.
Who can forget Jerry shouting "Show me the the money" at the top of his voice as he tries to save his contract with Rod Tidwell. Or Jerry's wife telling him to shut up because "you had me at hello" as he tries to woo her back.
Another bit of dialog that hit me while I was watching it for umpteenth time (thank you cable) happens as Rod is complaining after another match. He's going on and on about how everything is so difficult and how hard he's playing. Jerry finally confronts him and tells him to stop complaining and just play with his heart.
"Just shut up. Play the game", he tells him.
"Shut up. Play the game. " Good advice. Stop ranting, stop moaning, stop worrying about how the world has not arranged itself to your liking. All you have is your game, all you can do is play it, and let the rest flow from there.