My Last Five Girlfriends, a 2010 film from Julian Kemp starring Brendan Patricks, is a British Romantic Comedy based on pop-philosopher Alain De Botton's book, Essays In Love (U.S. title On Love).
Duncan: (about his fading relationship with Wendy) Maybe I was too clingy... or too laid back... or maybe I never really stood any bloody chance in the first place!
(Gemma grieves for Duncan after hearing he committed suicide)
Duncan: All right, so it didn't end like that...
(the film rewinds)
(Making out with Natalie, Duncan sees her toy elephant Guppy staring at her)
Guppy: (talking) What's wrong?
Duncan: Well, what d'you mean?
Guppy: Ah, you're not into it. What's up?
Duncan: I can't help thinking...
Guppy: Don't THINK, just get on with it!
Duncan: I'm trying to, but all sorts of stuff's spinning around my head!
Guppy: Look, mate, take my advice: you just got to switch THIS off!
(points at his head)
Guppy: D'you think I would be able to do this if I thought about it? Huh? Do you, huh?
(walks on air, then thinks about what he just did and falls with a holler)
Duncan: I know, but it's all a bit...
Guppy: (climbing on the bed) A bit quick, yeah! Yeah, a little bit too easy?
Duncan: I suppose.
Guppy: Then this was so easy for you, and EVERY OTHER...
Duncan: I don't want to think about THAT, but I can't help it!
Guppy: Well then, you've got to stop!
Guppy: Yeah, yeah, just stop immediately! Tell her that you respect her far too much to continue having sex with her!
Guppy: COURSE NOT, YOU MUPPET! Just enjoy it!
Duncan: Okay. Thanks, Guppy.
Guppy: Don't mention it.