This context comes from the movie "The Aviator" by Martin Scorsese.
It's a scene in which Katharine Hepburn And Howard Hughes arrive on a plane to Howard's house, after a date. Katherine kisses him unexpectedly and they start to take off their clothes and move to Howard's study.
Kate: What room do you like?
Howard: My study.
Kate: Take me there ...
(She kisses him again ... they kiss as he leads her through the house ... they float through the house, little kisses and embraces along the way ...)
Howard: You're the tallest woman I know ...
Kate: And all sharp elbows and knees, beware •..
Is this an idiom such as one of these?
-(spoken) used for showing that you are considering the whole of a situation I thought we’d go for a ride, with it being nice weather and all. (Macmillan dictionary)
-a. British informal as well; too
and you can take that smile off your face and all(Collins Dictionary)