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Speaker/Context
10 Things I Hate About You
In this modern Shakespeare adaptation (another?), Kat (Julia Stiles) waxes poetic about beloved boyfriend, a boy first hated and then loved and then lost and hated again and soon to be loved again.
12 Angry Men
The vote becomes 9-3 in favor of not guilty, and Juror #10 (Mykelti Williamson), already irascible toward his fellow jurors, suddenly shows his true colors as a loathsome bigot.
100 Girls
Matt (Jonathan Tucker) is confronted by a tense situation: Dora the (lonely) Smart Girl (Marissa Ribisi) is standing on the ledge of the dorm's roof, staring off into space.
100 Girls
College freshman Matthew (Jonathan Tucker) has found his true love, the woman of his dreams, his dream girl. Now all he has to do is find her again. And if he doesn't find her, he'll die (eventually, as we all do).
101 Dalmatians
The dastardly evil Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close) promises the runaway puppies that she will have the last laugh and obtain her puppy-skin coat; she'll win the wardrobe.
127 Hours
Aron Ralston (James Franco), an outdoor enthusiast trapped in an isolated canyon, pretends he's on a talk show to stave off boredom and loneliness.
21 Grams
Through a twist of fate, Paul (Sean Penn) was given a second chance in life. Now he means to make the best of it with the woman he desperately loves, Cristina (Naomi Watts).
The 25th Hour
When he's good, he's very very good. But when he's mad, he's brilliant. Up the creek without a paddle, Monty Brogan (Edward Norton) curses everything and everyone around him.
2001: A Space Odyssey
The supercomputer HAL (voice of Douglas Rain) discovers--to his horror and confusion and fear--that his mind is going and he can feel it.
300
Three monologues from this historical epic: Queen Gorgo (Lena Headey) pleads on behalf of her husband's improvised army; the over-accessorized Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro) lures the deformed hunchback Ephialtes over to his side; Dilios (David Wenham), a general of Leonidas' army, sings the praises of his king.
About Schmidt
The future looks bleak for recent retiree Warren Schmidt (Jack Nicholson). Warren tries to bring some meaning to his life by sponsoring a Tanzanian boy named Ndugu, but he ends up writing a completely inappropriate (but honest) letter.
About Schmidt
After meeting his daughter's future mother-in-law, the outspoken Roberta Hertzel (Kathy Bates), timid widower Warren Schmidt (Jack Nicholson) wishes that he hadn't.
About Schmidt
He's lost his wife (whom he no longer loved). Now Warren Schmidt (Jack Nicholson) loses his daughter to an idiotic waterbed salesman - but he tries his best to be a gracious loser when it's time to give a toast.
About Schmidt
Writing Ndugu another letter the young boy won't understand, Warren (Jack Nicholson) believes that he hasn't made a difference in anyone's life. He believes his whole life has been for nothing.
The Abyss
Lindsay (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) relays a message to her husband Bud, on a mission several thousand feet under the sea, endangering himself to the extreme. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
The Accused
Deputy D.A. Kathryn Murphy (Kelly McGillis) prosecutes the men who encouraged the rape of her client.
Adaptation
Screenwriter Charlie Kaufman (Nicholas Cage) launches his own film with an aria of self-loathing.
Adaptation
Eccentric orchid poacher John Laroche trudges through the Florida everglades with journalist Susan Orlean, educating her on his ardent obsession and his philosophy.
Addams Family Values
A true representative of the family name, Wednesday Addams (the prodigy Christina Ricci) brings unforeseen chaos down upon a Thanksgiving pageant at summer camp (huh? shrug.)
Addams Family Values
Scheming "black widow" Debbie Jellinsky (Joan Cusack) picked the wrong family to pick on -- and she certainly picked the wrong rich bachelor when she set her murderous sights on Uncle Fester.
The Adventures of Robin Hood
Fed up with the prosecution of the people under the false king, noble-turned-outlaw Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) rallies men together to fight alongside him.
The African Queen
Still at a complete impasse, rough-edged ship captain Charlie Allnut (Humphrey Bogart) tries his best to gain the favor of the forever-dignified lady-like Rose (Katherine Hepburn) and break her ice-cold silence.
Agnes of God
Hallucinating after being under hypnosis, disturbed mysterious Agnes (Meg Tilly) remembers things from her past.
Air Force One
President James Marshall (Harrison Ford) decides to crack down on international terrorism, no longer willing or able to sit back and watch horrors happen, as if unable to do anything.
Aladdin
An Arab merchant (voice of Robin Williams) ecstatically introduces us to the movie, in this modern Disney classic.
Aladdin
He's a Genie (voice of Robin Williams) in a bottle, you've got to rub him the right way. Or, rather, he's in a lamp. Or was.
Ali
Two monologues. Once and future "greatest of all time," Muhammad Ali (Will Smith) prepares for his landmark fight with Joe Frazier and in the second monologue, disputes his conviction for refusing the US military draft.
Alien 3
Medical Officer Clemens (Charles Dance) confesses his past sins to an ill and trusting Ripley (Sigourney Weaver). Only available upon request. Please reference alien333.html in your email.
Alien 3
Self-imposed prisoner Dillon (Charles S. Dutton) delivers an eulogy for his fallen comrades, killed by the Alien, commiting their bodies to a molten pit of fire. Only available upon request. Please reference alien3.html in your email.
All the President's Men
Newspaper editor Ben Bradlee (Jason Robards) lectures on protocol to his two reporters who've just discovered a possibly big story behind a heist at a certain hotel.
Almost Famous
Rock critic Lester Bangs (Philip Seymour Hoffman) all but attacks the DJ with his views on the art of rock.
Almost Famous
Eccentric magazine editor Lester Bangs (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) warns young William against the dangers of making friends with the rock star prey.
Almost Famous
Worried about her son's new life with rock stars, Elaine (Oscar nominee Frances McDormand) tracks him down a hotel room and is promptly reassured (kind of) by "band-aid" Sapphire (Fairuza Balk).
Almost Famous
William (Patrick Fugit) defends the lovely and fragile band-aid Penny Lane (Kate Hudson) to the band, specifically talking to the lead guitarist who threw her love away.
Amadeus
Angry at the world and God and mad with jealousy, Antonio Salieri (F. Murray Abraham) studies Mozart's music for the first time.
Amadeus
Having abandoned God, Antonio Salieri (F. Murray Abraham) plots the death of his immature rival.
American Beauty
Depressed, disillusioned dysfunctional-family man Lester (Kevin Spacey) introduces the cast of characters and their imperfect world.
American Beauty
Young eccentric documentarian Ricky Fitts (Wes Bentley) shares one of his favorite bits of footage with his neighbor, confidante, and lover. Simple everyday beauty: look closer.
American Beauty
Ricky (Wes Bentley), prompted by his girlfriend Jane (Thora Birch), tells the story of how he landed (and was forgotten for awhile) in a mental hospital.
American Beauty
The finale of the beautiful film: at his end, Lester (Kevin Spacey) finds what he has been looking for throughout the film--and probably all his life.
American Gangster
Crime lord Frank Lucas (Denzel Washington) is not the least bit intimidated by this New York City detective.
American History X
Working side-by-side with a unrepetent Neo-Nazi in prison, Lamont (Guy Torry) makes friends by making jokes.
American History X
His eyes no longer covered by a thick veil of hate, Danny (Edward Furlong) concludes his history paper as the sun rises on a brand new day.
American Pie
Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) seals a pact with his best buds that they all lose their virginity before graduation. Ah, the return of the horny teenager sex-comedy, we missed you so.
The American President
A decision President Shepherd (Michael Douglas) made has cost Sydney Ellen Wade (Annette Bening), his girlfriend, her job, and she storms out, angrily.
The American President
President Andrew Shepherd (Michael Douglas) is being pestered by his opponent and just lost his girlfriend: so, on the record, he delivers a slam-bam speech to the press.
American Psycho
Mad-as-a-hatter Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) goes through his egocentric morning regimen. But how can you have an ego when you don't even really exist?
American Psycho
Praising the pop-music of Phil Collins and Genesis and instructing two whores simultaneously, Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) relishes in his sin.
American Psycho
Soulless Wall Street yuppie and hatred-filled killer, Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale), in a hysterical fit, confesses his bloody nightly activities to his attorney from a payphone.
American Psycho
At the film's finale, our title character Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) reflects on the world as he lives in it and sees it, albeit through his diseased mind.
American Splendor
The quintessesentially cynical comic writer Harvey Pekar (Paul Giamatti) broods on what it means to be him and the nature of identity.
Analyze This
Psychiatrist Ben Sobel (Billy Crystal) slips on the mafia mantle with comedic ease, successfully stalling and confusing the collection of gangland leaders.
And Justice For All
Facing a moral and legal dilemma, Arthur Kirkland (Al Pacino) rages against a courtroom case that's screwed up from the very beginning, as his client he's defending has admitted his guilt.
Animal Crackers
Groucho Marx as Capt. Jeffrey Spaulding, relates his exciting exploits in the depths of Africa to the party guests.
Animal House
Professor Jennings (Donald Sutherland) unsuccessfully lectures to his bored apathetic students on "Paradise Lost."
Animal House
As Delta House faces disciplinary action from the student council, frat-brother "Otter" (Tim Matheson) makes a speech in defense of the fraternity.
Animal House
One of the leaders of the Delta House, Bluto (John Belushi) rallies his frat brothers together against the square preppies and the college that wants to shut them down.
Annie
Diminutive foster child Annie (Aileen Quinn) hates to reject Daddy Warbucks' latest gift, but she has her reasons.
Annie Hall
Alvy (Woody Allen) accidentally stumbles into the room of Duane Hall (Christopher Walken, in one of his first roles) and almost immediately regrets it.
Annie Hall
At the beginning, Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) reflects on his state-of-mind, beginning the whole brilliant romantic comedy with a strange joke.
Annie Hall
At the end, Alvy reflects on the past relationship with Annie, summing up the whole brilliant romantic comedy with a strange joke.
The Anniversary Party
Troubled celebrity couple novelist Joe (on his way up) (Alan Cumming) and actress Sally (on his way out) (Jennifer Jason Leigh) come to an understanding at the end of their star-studded party
Another Earth
Rhoda (Brit Marling) has established a friendship with the troubled man whose house she cleans, weekly. He's also the person whose family she killed, while she was driving drunk, although he does not know this. She tells him a story about the first man in space and a unidentifiable sound.
Antwone Fisher
Antwone Fisher (Derek Luke), a young man with an agonizing past, speaks to the mother he never knew. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Antz
Neurotic drone Zee (Woody Allen) contemplates his humdrum pathetic life with his psychiatrist.
Any Given Sunday
Hardened aging football coach Tony D'Amato (Al Pacino) rallies his troops/players before the big game/battle.
Anywhere But Here
Teenager Ann August (Natalie Portman) resents her mother's immature behavior and imitates her here, ridiculing. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
The Apartment
Bud (Jack Lemmon) surveys his life in the overwhelming New York, ending with his pleasant nicely-located much-sought-after bachelor apartment.
The Apartment
A victim of the "love 'em and leave 'em" cliche, elevator girl Fran Kubelik (Shirley MacLaine) slides into a depression.
Apocalypse Now
Driven psychotic by the war, Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando) tells about the "horror" in this Francis Ford Coppola masterpiece.
Apollo 13
An old television interview has stranded astronaut Jim Lovell (Tom Hanks) recalling another desperate moment -- but he still found a way to make it home.
Arlington Road
The irrational Oliver Lang (Tim Robbins) explains his motivation to college professor Michael Faraday (Jeff Bridges), who has discovered his dark secrets.
Armageddon
A big ol'rock is on its way towards Earth and the President (Stanley Anderson) gives a speech of hope and courage as the mission to save the planet leaves.
Army of Darkness
The story so far from Ash (Bruce Campbell), a recently captured slave, recently transported through time to medieval England in 1300 AD (where more evil dead are waiting).
Army of Darkness
Oh no, you've made Ash (Bruce Campbell) angry. You wouldn't like Ash when he's angry, especially when he's wielding a boomstick from S-Mart.
Army of Darkness
Waxing poetic on the subject of good and evil, this is a monologue from the legendary screen icon/general bad-ass Ash (Bruce Campbell), cut from the final product of the movie. Groovy.
As Good As It Gets
In danger of her walking-out on him, highly-disturbed Melvin (Jack Nicholson) manages to pay Carol (Helen Hunt) the best compliment of her life (on their first date).
As Good As It Gets
Artist Simon (Greg Kinnear) has turned people-watching into an art: able to see the humanity in normal everyday humans.
As Good As It Gets
In love but she doesn't know it yet: Carol (Oscar winner Helen Hunt) has one of those revelations required by law to be in romantic comedies by one or both of the main characters.
As Good As It Gets
Melvin (Jack Nicholson) makes it crystal-clear to his neighbor that he is not ever ever to be disturbed.
As Good As It Gets
Speaking to the woman he loves, Melvin considers his perspective of her as the greatest woman on the face of the earth, something no one else gets to see.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Mild mannered would-be-adventurer Milo Thatch (voice of Michael J. Fox) applies for funding from the museum where he works (in the basement).
Atonement
In a tell-all interview at the end of the film, an older and terminally ill Briony Tallis (Vanessa Redgrave) explains why she wrote an altered version of her autobiographical story.
Austin Powers
The notorious Dr.Evil (Mike Myers) relates the story of his typical childhood to a father-son group therapy session.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
In an earlier draft of the screenplay (but not the final movie), Doctor Evil (Mike Myers) confesses to his deep dark secrets on the Jerry Springer show.
Avalon
Grandfather Sam (Armin Mueller-Stahl) opens the film, telling the story of when he first arrived at America to children on Thanksgiving.
Avalon
Many many years later, Sam (Armin Mueller-Stahl), a shadow of his former self, discovers that almost nothing that he remembers is still around--and struggles to remember the stories.
The Avengers
Two monologues from Joss Whedon's masterpiece: Norse god Loki taunts S.H.I.E.L.D agent Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) from inside a Hulk-proof cage; Colonel Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) gathers his compatriots after a tragedy befalls their team.
Away from Her
On the way to a long-term care facility (for her advancing Alzheimer's disease) with her husband, Fiona (Julie Christie) digs a skeleton out of their closet.
Back to the Future
Eccentric (to say the least) Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) relates the origin of the flux capaciator--which makes the time machine zoom.
Back to the Future III
The 1955 Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) read a letter of explanation from himself, that is, the himself stuck in 1855. Aw, just see the series.
Bananas
Deep within a screwball comedy, Fielding Mellish (Woody Allen) is now the president of San Marcos, after originally joining their revolutionary group -- to impress a girl.
Barbershop
Old and outspoken barber Eddie (Cedric the Entertainer) defends the old neighborhood barbershop that the reluctant Calvin (Ice Cube) has inherited from his father.
Be Cool
Music mogul "Sin" LaSalle (Cedric the Entertainer), backed by his posse, enforces his policies with the help of a gun.
The Beach
In front of an audience, free-spirit Richard (Leonardo DiCaprio), a man constantly looking for adventure, unfolds the tale of him against a shark.
Beautiful Girls
Paul (Michael Rapaport) explains why he's so obsessed with the creatures known as supermodels: the power of 'beautiful girls.'
Beautiful Girls
Gina (Rosie O'Donnell) launches a tirade against the unreal so-called "beautiful" women of the world.
A Beautiful Mind
Troubled genius (is there any other kind?) John Nash (Russell Crowe) credits his Nobel Prize to the woman who saved him: his wife and love of his love.
Beauty and the Beast
Before we begin, there's some backstory that we need to know. Good thing that this is a Disney film and we have a narrator (voiced by David Ogden Stiers).
Because I Said So
Milly (Mandy Moore) breaks things off with supposed "perfect guy" Jason, after her meddling mother set them up together.
Because of Winn-Dixie
This monologue begins with pet store manager Otis (Dave Matthews (as in, The Dave Matthews Band)) sucking on a cough drop and he goes on to talk about being in prison. From this description alone, you wouldn't think this was a childrens movie. But it is. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Beetlejuice
The ghost with the most, baby. Betelgeuse (Michael Keaton) advertises his trade: scaring the hell out of the living for desperate lost souls (in this case, Geena Davis & Alec Baldwin).
Before Sunrise
Jesse (Ethan Hawke) convinces a beautiful stranger on a train Celine (Julie Delpy) to hang out in Vienna with him for the day.
Before Sunrise
More spontaneity from Jesse (Ethan Hawke) to Celine (Julie Delpy) during the course of their one-day relationship.
Being John Malkovich
Very much the terminal loser, Craig (John Cusack) shares his secret with Maxine (Catherine Keener) , the sexy scheming co-worker he's fallen for.
Ben-Hur
After being maimed during the chariot race, Messala (Stephen Boyd) tries to redeem himself with his former friend before his inevitable death.
Best In Show
Writer-director-star Christopher Guest (as hound-dog fan Harlan Pepper) espouses the joys of nuts in all senses of the word.
Beverly Hills Cop
Detroit cop Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) proceeds to talk his way into the swankiest hotel in Beverly Hills with no problems whatsoever.
Beyond Borders
Doctor Nick Callahan (Clive Owen), a doctor in a relief camp in Ethiopia, explains why he avoids intimacy after witnessing countless tragedies.
Big
Living the big-city-life on his own in New York City has become surprisingly easy and fun for Josh Baskin (Tom Hanks) now that he's big. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
The Big Chill
Obviously frustrated Meg (Mary Kay Place) gives a run-down of (only) some of the problems she's had with men.
Big Fish
The bigger-than-life character Edward Bloom (Albert Finney) maintains his sometimes-wicked sense of humor, even when on his deathbed.
The Big Kahuna
At dramatically different points in their lives, an aging salesman Phil (Danny DeVito) imparts words of wisdom to a young salesman Bob (Peter Facinelli).
The Big Lebowski
On a bluff overlooking the ocean, Walter (John Goodman) tries to give a sentimental eulogy to his fallen friend, but once again manages to somehow relate things to Vietnam. Then he screws it up more.
The Big Sleep
Hard-boiled Phillip Marlowe philosophizes on the so-called "big sleep" of the title in this film-noir classic.
Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss
Struggling photographer Billy (Sean Hayes) tells the story behind his first Polaroid camera and how it conceded with him accidentally "outing" himself (without even knowing he was doing it).
Black Hawk Down
Sgt. Eversman (Josh Hartnett) mourns his fallen comrade, Corporal Jamie Smith (Charlie Hofheimer).
Blade Runner
Two monologues from this science fiction classic: Deckard (Harrison Ford) shatters Rachael's memories and the famous words by Batty (Rutger Hauer) at the movie's end. Many people have emailed me in the last ten years to include this latter one. It isn't much of a monologue, but it's emotionally powerful and Rutger Hauer is speaking really slow (so it seems longer).
The Blair Witch Project
From the Sundance Film Festival version of the film, the famous extreme-closeup confession from hysterically scared and crying Heather (Heather Donahue).
Blazing Saddles
The drunk former-gunslinger Jim, The Waco Kid (Gene Wilder) tells his sad (yeah right) story.
Blood Diamond
Solomon Vandy (Djimon Hounsou) attempts to reconnect with his kidnapped and subsequently brainwashed son Dia.
Blood Diamond
Idealistic journalist Maddy Bowen (Jennifer Connelly), writing an exposť on the diamond trade, refuses to give in to her source's cynicism.
Blow
The penitent former-entrepreneur George Jung (Johnny Depp) composes a letter to his hard-working father, who tried to steer him in the right direction (and failed).
Blues Brothers 2000
Original Blues Brother Elwood Blues (Dan Aykroyd) tries to talk the band out of mutiny by explaining the power of the blues.
Blue Chips
College basketball coach Pete Bell (Nick Nolte) takes the others down with him as he admits breaking the rules to get athletes to stay competitive.
Body Snatchers
There's been four different versions of the "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" story. This one from 1993 has Meg Tilly (as Carol Malone) guilty of heavy psychological torture after being taken over by the alien spore. It also has Gabrielle Anwar naked and a terrible ending.
The Boiler Room
Ambitious young stockbroker Seth Davis (Giovanni Ribisi) can't deny that he's in it for the money.
The Boiler Room
"Anybody tells you that money is the root of all evil, doesn't have any," says evil ruthless stockbroker Jim Young (Ben Affleck), and he has a smile ear-to-ear -- and a whole lot of money.
The Boiler Room
Sounding uncannily like our ol' friend Gordon Gekko, Jim Young (Ben Affleck) berates his young employees to no end, no mercy, no sale, no money.
Bonnie & Clyde
Smooth talking thief Clyde Barrow (Warren Beauty) charms the socks (and the pink uniform) off Bonnie (Faye Dunaway). They rob banks.
Bonnie & Clyde
Doomed but blind to this, Clyde (Warren Beatty) attempts, futilely, to reassure Bonnie's mother that they'll be fine.
Boogie Nights
Dirk Diggler has come back to his "family" after being in the depths of despair: he "preps" himself for the filming of his latest movie.
Boogie Nights
Drug addicted, musically-untalented porn stars Dirk Diggler (Mark Wahlberg) and Reed Rothchild (John C. Reilly) try to talk rationally with a record producer.
The Boondock Saints
They're on a mission from God. Vigilante brothers Connor and Murphy MacManus (Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) swear by their blood oath.
Born on the Fourth of July
In this very powerful scene (not a monologue), disabled Vietnam veteran Ron Kovic (Tom Cruise) comes home drunk and immediately incites chaos.
Bound
Violet (Jennifer Tilly) schemes against her Mafia boyfriend with her lesbian lover (Gina Gershon)--to the tune of two million dollars.
Boys and Girls
Ryan (Freddie Prinze Jr.) sleeps with his best friend on the eve of her leaving to go to Italy. What could possibly go wrong? What about love?
The Boys in the Band
At a birthday party that turns nasty, Emory (Cliff Gorman) talks about his first and only love: Doctor Delbert Botts: a bad name, but a beautiful man.
Boyz N The Hood
Hardcore gangsta Doughboy (Ice Cube), in a moment of resigned lucidity, ponders his life in South Central L.A. to his college-bound friend Tre (Cuba Gooding Jr.)
The Brady Bunch Movie
By some displacement of time and space, the Brady family is deposited in the 1990's and Mike Brady (Gary Cole) must defend his home and neighborhood with his usual simple wisdom.
Braveheart
William Wallace's (Mel Gibson) passionate call for Scotland to rise up against their oppressors. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Breakfast at Tiffany's
To beat away the mean reds (not at all comparable to the blues), Holly (Audrey Hepburn) advises a trip to Tiffany's.
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Paul (George Peppard) expresses his frustration and utter dislike of the cowardly, flighty behavior of his best friend Holly.
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) talks to her best friend about Jose, a rich Brazillian businessman who proposed marriage to her.
The Breakfast Club
High school jock Andrew (Emilio Estevez) explains how he landed himself in Saturday detention--with a very surprising result.
The Breakfast Club
Brian (Anthony Michael Hall), reading the essay he wrote to Mr. Vernon on behalf of the group, telling him who they think they are.
Brian's Song
Football running back Gale Sayers (Billy Dee Williams) eulogizes his dead friend Brian Piccolo when accepting the George S. Halas Award for Courage.
Brideshead Revisited
In two separate monologues, lovers Charles (Matthew Goode) and Julia (Hayley Atwell) suffer through their respective existential crisises
Bridget Jones's Diary
With her characteristic foot-in-mouth timing, Bridget Jones (Renée Zellweger) declares her affection for Mr. Darcy (Colin Firth) right before his engagement is announced.
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men
Ryan (John Krasinski) recounts to his girlfriend the exact details of his infidelity, his motives behind it, and explaining why their relationship had to end. She watches him unblinkingly the entire time, and he keeps his gaze fixed on her as well. Neither smiles; the mood is very tense.
Brigadoon
In a town that only appears once every century, Jeff (Van Johnson) frets over the fact his friend Tommy (Gene Kelly) has fallen for a lass of the town and wants to stay.
Bringing Out the Dead
Sometimes embittered and haunted paramedic Frank Pierce (Nicholas Cage) finds God -- in himself -- when able to save a life.
Brokeback Mountain
What is this thing called love? Every time the clandestine lovers Ennis (Heath Ledger) and Jack (Jake Glyenhaal) say goodbye, they die a little.
Brokeback Mountain
Ennis' wife, Elma (Michelle Williams), exposes her husband's ongoing extramarital affair with his purported fishing buddy.
The Brothers McMullen
Dedicated bachelor Barry (Edward Burns) makes a comparison between a banana and the male unit. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Buffalo '66
A victim of stupidity and fate, Billy (Vincent Gallo) calls his distracted mother from the hallway of a dance studio. She believes he's married and has been working for the government for several years. (He's been in prison.)
Buffalo '66
Kidnapped dance student Layla (Christina Ricci) masquerades and improvises as Billy's fictional wife Wendy, all for the sake of his terrible parents.
Bull Durham
Crash Davis (Kevin Costner) explains his belief system to baseball fan Annie (Susan Sarandon).
Bull Durham
Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) opens the movie with an explaination of the church she belongs to.
Bull Durham
Crash David (Kevin Costner), minor league catcher, remembers the twenty one days he spent in the Show (the Major Leagues).
Bully
Constantly abused by his sadistic "best friend" Bobby, Marty (Brad Renfro) remembers a particularly horrific day. Based on a true story.
Bully
Planning Bobby's murder with her new friends, disturbed teenager Heather (Kelli Garner) sheds some light on her warped behavior.
Bulworth
Fiery African-American activist Nina (Halle Berry) engages the rogue senator Bulworth (Warren Beatty) in a frank discussion about politics. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.

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