Movie-Word

'FALLEN' in a movie sentence | examples for 'FALLEN' from movies

Joey: Yeah, it must’ve fallen out a few blocks back. I just figured we hit a dog.

"Friends", season 4, episode 7

Monica: Okay, here’s your milk. What do you want to talk about? (She sees that Chandler has fallen asleep and slams the door loudly to wake him up.)

"Friends", season 7, episode 12

[Scene: Ross’s bedroom, he has fallen asleep waiting for Emily to call. He is awaken by the phone.]

"Friends", season 4, episode 17

[Scene: Monica and Chandler's apartment. Emma has fallen asleep in her playpen, and Chandler has fallen asleep right next to her on the floor. He's even sucking on a pacifier.]

"Friends", season 9, episode 14

Ross: (answering the phone) Hello? (Listens) Hey Mon, how’s the packing going? (Listens) Ben? He’s fine. Yeah, he’s right—Oh my God! (He looks over at the fake Ben and notices that the head has fallen off.) Get your head of your shirt there son! (He tries to push the pumpkin through the neck hole.) What? (Listens) Yeah, it’s a pumpkin. I’ll come pack.

"Friends", season 6, episode 6

[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Chandler has fallen asleep reading a book. Monica calls from the bedroom and wakes him up.]

"Friends", season 6, episode 13

[Scene: Ross’s birthday, night has fallen and Joey and Ross are walking by where his car is parked to find that both cars blocking him in have left.]

"Friends", season 7, episode 14

Rachel: Oh good God! I’ve fallen down! (She trips and falls.)

"Friends", season 7, episode 23