A-B -- C -- D-F -- G-L -- M-O -- P-R -- S -- T-Z -- FEMALE MONOS. -- MISC. -- LINKS -- MAIN PAGE

Movie
Speaker/Context
Gangs of New York
Gang leader Bill the Butcher (Daniel Day-Lewis) tutors his protege Amsterdam (Leonardo DiCaprio), not knowing the young man has sworn revenge against him.
Gangs of New York
The gangworld helped build the city of New York -- here, avenger Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo deCaprio) eulogizes the fallen.
Get Real
A romance about a young gay man, Steve (Ben Silverstone), from a British prep school, struggling with coming out and falling in love.
Gettysburg
In the days before the carnage of Gettysburg, Colonel Joshua Chamberlain (Jeff Daniels) "preaches" for a moment on what the Union is fighting for in this horribly bloody war.
Ghostbusters
Desperate nerd Louis Tully (Rick Moranis) rattles on and on after "coincidentally" running into Dana (Sigourney Weaver) in the hall.
Gigli
The chauvinistic Larry (Ben "Ben" Affleck) thinks the man's thingy is better than anything women have to offer, in terms of their bodies. Rickie (Jennifer "J. Lo" Lopez), a lesbian, disagrees. Not for those easily embarassed by frank talk of human biology. Two monologues in one scene.
The Girl in the Café
Quiet lovely mysterious beauty Gina (Kelly Macdonald), met by chance by a government official in a cafe, interupts the British Prime Minister to make her own speech as to the state of the world.
Girl, Interrupted
After escaping from the institution, admittedly mentally-unstable Lisa (Angelina Jolie) abuses one of her own, resulting in dire consequences.
Girl, Interrupted
Winona Ryder has always been good at playing "lost" characters. Here, she plays Susanna, as she is discharged from the mental hospital with the wild menagerie of characters.
The Girl Next Door
This wasn't the scholarship speech that Matthew Kidman (Emile Hirsch) had originally planned to make. But between falling in love with a former adult film actress and being threatened by her tempermental ex-boyfriend, there's been a lot of changes in his life lately. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Gladiator
The elder dying Caesar (Richard Harris) tries to bring Maximus into the fold as if he was the Emperor's own son. (and thus, the heir to the empire).
Gladiator
Master gladiator Proximo (Oliver Reed) may be bloodthirsty and a vicious profiteer from the bodies of human men, but he is not without honor too.
Gladiator
Weak and his mind corrupted, Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) attempts to get close to his Emperor father -- before a committing a terrible and cowardly betrayal.
Gladiator
In the annals of history, there were many insane individuals who led entire countries--or in some cases, empires. Emperor Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix), for example.
Glengarry Glen Ross
Savage to the point of inhuman, phantom-like Blake (Alec Baldwin) delivers a do-or-die ultimatum to the "loser" staff of a real estate firm. Always be closing!
Glengarry Glen Ross
A real-estate salesman, Ricky Roma (Al Pacino), after a long day, talks about train compartments and life. This one is not for the weak of heart.
Glengarry Glen Ross
His success at stake, Ricky Roma (Al Pacino) screams and growls at his fellow employees.
Glory
Civil War soldier John Rawlins (Morgan Freeman) rebukes the young angry man Trip (Denzel Washington), a fellow soldier with an understandably poor outlook.
Gods & Generals
In this prequel to "Gettysburg," the legendary General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (Stephen Lang), promoted to division command, says farewell to the 1st Virginia Brigade.
Gods and Generals
In a rare calm before the many storms, General "Stonewall" Jackson (Stephen Lang) discusses warfare with Col. J. E. B. Stuart (Joseph Fuqua).
Gods & Monsters
Retired filmmaker James Whale (Ian McKellen) recalls an episode from his time in World War I: one of the many inner-demons that have been haunting him recently.
The Godfather
Pleading for justice for his daughter that the police will not give, Bonasera (Salvatore Corsitto) goes to Don Corleone for assistance--a different brand of justice.
The Godfather
Michael (Al Pacino), quickly changing into an entirely different person, explains his revenge strategy to his brothers.
The Godfather
Slimy hypocrite film director Jack Woltz (John Marley) makes a mistake by rudely talking back to the Don's footsoldiers about a studio decision.
The Godfather Part II
Past his prime but still a threat, Hyman Roth (Lee Strasberg) wheels and deals with Michael Corleone.
The Godfather Part II
A short but powerful monologue from Kay Corleone (Diane Keaton), the abused and bitter wife of a short but powerful Italian Don (crime boss).
The Godfather Part II
Fredo (John Cazale) pleads ignorance to his ruthless brother, after unintentionally betraying the family (and subsequently risking his brother's life).
Gone Baby Gone
Jaded police detective Remy Bressant (Ed Harris), co-investigating the kidnapping of a neglected child, tells a story from the streets that might be seen as morally ambivalent from a different person.
Gone Baby Gone
Three more monologues from this gritty inner-city drama directed by Ben Affleck: Casey Affleck as honorable private investigator Patrick Kenzie and Morgan Freeman as a mournful police chief Jack Doyle.
The Good Girl
She tried to escape her mundane life and loser husband with a passionate illlicit affair, but now things are worse, and Justine (Jennifer Aniston) has to listen to the revelation of her husband's best friend, Bubba (Tim Blake Nelson). Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Good Will Hunting
Young (and troubled) prodigy Will Hunting (Matt Damon) explains the problems he has with working for the government to a potential future employer (the NSA to be exact).
Good Will Hunting
Much requested, finally here. Sean McGuire (Robin Williams) counsels the much-hesistant and immature Will at a park bench in Boston. Williams won an Academy Award for this one!
Good Will Hunting
In his office, Sean (Robin Williams) and Will (Matt Damon) face off contemplatively regarding their respective relationships with the opposite sex.
Good Will Hunting
Chuckie (Ben Affleck), Will's best friend, tells him that his expectations of him are bigger than what they are now; hoping he'll make himself something better with his genius.
Good Will Hunting
Skylar (Minnie Driver) manages to see right through Will's defensive fears regarding intimacy and love, ultimately resulting in an argument between them.
Good Will Hunting
Showing off his intellect, Will (Matt Damon) makes a fool out of an uppity student in a discussion of U.S. history.
The Goodbye Girl
Immediately clashing and frustrated by their new living situation, new roommate/aspiring actor Elliott Garfield (Richard Dreyfuss) lays out HIS rules to single-mother Paula (Marsha Mason).
The Goodbye Girl
After a blatant misinterpretation of his words ("treat me nice"), Elliott (Richard Dreyfuss) tries to explain what he thinks of his roommate in this Neil Simon cinematic creation.
Goodbye Mr. Chips
A local icon, an old classics teacher Mr. Chips (Robert Donat) says a very fond and very sad farewell to the boys of his school.
GoodFellas
Wife to mobster Henry Hill, Karen (Lorraine Bracco) adapts to and accepts the corrupt and dangerous lifestyle--with all of its freedoms.
GoodFellas
Henry (Ray Liotta) knows very well that murdering in cold blood is a normal part of the ganster lifestyle--as he helps bury a body in the forest.
GoodFellas
Tommy, "one of their own," is being "made," and in voice-over narration again, Henry (Ray Liotta) explains what this means and the advantages of this recognition.
GoodFellas
The famous oft-quoted, oft-satired "do I amuse you?" scene from Oscar-winner Joe Pesci, playing the homicidal gangster Tommy DeVito.
GoodFellas
Having no other way out, Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) gets himself out of the "business" of being a gangster, breaking all the ties that bind.
The Goonies
Legendry 1980's cinematic icon Chunk (Jeff Cohen) spills his guts on *everything* after being captured by the Fratellis, under threat of torture.
Grand Canyon
Shallow embittered movie executive Davis (Steve Martin) explains what he sees wrong in this country. Only available upon request. Please reference grand1.html in your email.
Grand Canyon
Simon (Danny Glover) tries to reason with a gang member that is threatening another man and keeping Simon from doing his job. Only available upon request. Please reference grand2.html in your email.
The Grapes of Wrath
The classic "I'll be there..." monologue from Tom Joad (the legendary Henry Fonda) in this Steinbeck classic.Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
The Great Debaters
James Farmer Jr. (Denzel Whitaker) delivers a speech, successfully arguing for civil unrest as an alternative than violence.
The Great Dictator
Impersonating the Dictator Adenoid Hynkel, Charlie Chaplin's anonymous character delivers the anti-fascism speech that changed his career forever.
The Green Mile
Self-righteous hypocrite Burt (Gary Sinise) reaffirms his belief that the imprisoned Coffey is definitely the killer.
The Green Mile
Prison guard Paul Edgecomb (Tom Hanks) threatens the childish slimeball Percy (Doug Hutchison), guilty of behavior unbefitting an officer (to say the least).
The Green Mile
Just as he is able to dispense a supernatural power, John Coffey (Michael Clarke Duncan) is able to help Paul understand that he wants it to be this way.
The Green Mile
John Coffey (Michael Clarke Duncan) brings a degree of levity to a tragic moment in this Frank Darabont adaptation.
The Green Mile
The older Paul (Dabbs Greer), cursed with a small degree of immortality, concludes the movie, releasing the last secrets of the story.
Groundhog Day
Irritating insurance salesman Ned (Stephen Tobolowsky) accosts old vague acquaintance, highly irritable Phil (Bill Murray) on the sidewalk./CENTER>
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
John (Sidney Poiter) confronts his father, who thinks marrying a white woman is inappropriate, after he accuses him of being ungrateful for all the things he's done for John.
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
In his last role ever, Spencer Tracy (as Matt Drayton) gives his blessing to his daughter and son-in-law to-be: he can remember what it is like to love a woman like this man loves his daughter.
Guys & Dolls
High-roller gambler Sky Masterson (Marlon Brando) passes on the advice his daddy gave him before sending him out on the world (to seek his fortune).
Gypsy
Louise (aka famous exotic dancer Gypsy Rose Lee (Natalie Wood)) argues with her mother about her identity in her backstage dressing room.
Gypsy
Gypsy's mother Rose (Rosalind Russell) talks to herself on-stage, cursing her "untalented" (successful) daughter.
Half Baked
Thurgood Jenkins (Dave Chappelle) aka "Sir Smoke-a-lot" introduces himself, gets mixed up along the way, tries again, gets distracted, and finishes.
Half Baked
Freakish Brian (Jim Breuer), high as a kite, tells a story about Killer the Dog that makes little to no sense, in this comedy about...pot.
Half Baked
Legendary stoner Brian (Jim Breuer) gives a grocery list of various pothead necessities to kindergarten teacher / stoner Kenny (Harland Williams).
Halloween
Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasance) profiles the highly psychotic once-and-future-killer Michael Myers (no relation to Austin Powers).
The Hangover
Not quite right (in the head) Alan Garner (comedian Zach Galifianakis) toasts the beginning of the bachelor party with his new "wolf pack", on the roof of the hotel.
Hannah and Her Sisters
The life-affirming moments happen when you least expect them. A moment for Mickey Sachs (Woody Allen) happens when he almost kills himself (while thinking about killing himself) and then seeking refuge in a movie theater.
Hannah and Her Sisters
Married man Elliot (Michael Caine) lusts after his married sister-in-law. There's awkward, then there's Woody Allen drama-comedy awkward.
Hannah and Her Sisters
Bitter, reclusive artist Frederick (Max von Sydow) delivers a diatribe about culture to his younger lover Lee (Barbara Hershey).
Happiness
Andy (Jon Lovitz in a small but brilliant role), shows how NOT to end a relationship after his girlfriend Joy (Jane Adams) breaks up with him.
Happiness
To his psychologist, Allen (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) lusts after his neighbor: an unrequited love he can't talk to at all (except by obscene phonecalls)
Happiness
Trish (Cynthia Stevenson) admits that she never thought her awkward sister Joy (Jane Adams) would ever amount to anything: very darkly funny.
Happy Gilmore
Washed-up short-fused hockey player Happy (Adam Sandler) believes with his heart and his soul that he was put on the earth for one thing: hockey...rather than a sport like golf, for example.
Happy-Go-Lucky
Driving instructor Scott (Eddie Marsan) is the polar opposite of the unflappable Poppy (Sally Hawkins). On top of that, he's infatuated with her and mentally ill.
Hard Candy
The less said about this monologue the better (if you haven't seen the movie). Hayley (Ellen Page) is not what she seemed, and her true colors are all too clear to Jeff (Patrick Wilson).
A Hard Day's Night
A dialogue: the last thing Ringo (Ringo Starr) needs -- when he already feels excluded from the Beatles' day-to-day revelry -- is the corrupting advice of Paul's Grandfather (Wilfrid Brambell).
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
It's been a long night for these college pals and Harold (John Cho) needs to deliver a Movie Finale Pep Talk (tm) so they can muster the strength to continue.
Harold & Maude
Maude (Ruth Gordon) in two monologues expressing her lust and zest for life - and the how-why-when Harold (Bud Cort) became so obsessed with death.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Tragedy has fallen upon Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and headmaster Albus Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) delivers a moving eulogy.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Professor Snape (Alan Rickman) glares at his new students, all abuzz about a particular freshman.
Harvey
Elwood P.Dowd (my favorite actor, James Stewart) relates the story of how he and his best friend, Harvey, met. Harvey, by the way, is a 6-foot-tall invisible and magical rabbit.
Heathers
Having already offed several of their peers, the homicidal rebel JD (Christian Slater) is very disappointed when Veronica (Winona Ryder) decides to call it quits.
Heavenly Creatures
Based a true story. Pauline (Melanie Lynskey) reads a poem about her best friend and her, united by an intense and eventually dangerous fantasy life.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Hedwig (John Cameron Mitchell) from communist East Berlin tells the story of how he was once a boy named Hansel (Ben Mayer-Goodman) who met an American GI named Luther (Maurice Dean Wint).
High Fidelity
Record store owner (and compulsive list-maker) Rob (John Cusack) goes over his top-five all-time desert-island most painful breakups -- right after he breaks up with his long-time girlfriend.
High Fidelity
Rob (John Cusack) sweats and panics and freaks out when a mutual friend of his and his ex-girlfriend Laura, mentions a new man in Laura's life.
High Fidelity
Record store owner and recently dumped Rob (John Cusack) makes yet another Top Five List that are so prominent in this movie: the top five things he misses about Laura.
High Fidelity
A hilarious dialogue between the confused panicky Rob (see above) and the slobbish rock snob Barry (Jack Black) in the record store -- one of the many reasons to see this movie (and read the original book).
High Fidelity
Everything has worked out as it should; Rob's only major concern, when we see him at the movie's conclusion, is trying to make the perfect mix tape.
High Noon
Town official Jonas Henderson (Thomas Mitchell) supports the sheriff in his decision to stay and confront the outlaws, but is more worried about the town's image. One of the best Westerns ever.
Hitch
Alex 'Hitch' Hitchens (Will Smith), a professional "date doctor", tutors his disciples on female subtext.
The Holiday
Unsatisifed journalist Iris (Kate Winslet) expounds the different types of love, including the unrequited type with which she suffers.
Holy Man
Kind eccentric G (Eddie Murphy), on the search for enlightenment, tells a rather touching story from his youth. Yeah, it surprised me too.
Housesitter
Bubbly con-artist/waitress Gwen (Goldie Hawn) causes chaos in the life of Newton Davis (Steve Martin), in this amusing dialogue.
The Hours
Two monologues. Present day: Laura (Julianne Moore), a woman whose life was changed from reading the novel "Mrs. Dalloway." The year 1923: Virginia Woolf (Nicole Kidman), author of the same novel, leaves her husband at the station upon realizing the depths of her own depression.
How To Get Ahead In Advertising
A pair of rants from high-strung advertising man Denis Dimbleby Bagley (Richard E. Grant), who is, at least, a little out of his mind. And he has a second head growing on his shoulder. Really.
How to Train Your Dragon
Awkward Viking teenager Hiccup (voice of Jay Baruchel) introduces us to the dragon-infested village and island where he lives with his father Stoick the Vast and classmate Snotlout Jorgenson.
Human Traffic
In these two monologues, Jip (John Simm) raves on with his drug of choice (ecstacy) but what comes up must come down.
Hunger
Imprisoned Irish hunger striker Bobby Sands (Michael Fassbender) gives his last confession to his priest: a dark memory from his youth.
Hurlyburly
Coked-out fast-talking Hollywood agent Eddie (Sean Penn) dumps his troubles on his "friend," Bonnie (Meg Ryan).
Hurlyburly
Returning home from the funeral of one of their friends, Mickey (Kevin Spacey) tries to reassure his teetering business associate and housemate Eddie (Sean Penn).
The Hustler
Young and brash, pool shark Fast Eddie Felson (Paul Newman) is more than ready for any challenge, passionate about the thrill he gets from the game. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Identity
Old habits are hard to break for the extremely depressed ex-police officer Ed Dakota (John Cusack).
Idle Hands
After his possessed right hand kills his parents and friends, slacker Anton (Devon Sawa) presides over the makeshift funeral.
I'm Not There
Bob Dylan as the poet Arthur Rimbaud (Ben Whishaw) submits himself to a reluctant interview.
I'm Not There.
Jude Quinn (Cate Blanchett) perfectly captures the mid-60's, electric, bizarre, party-monster, self-medicating Dylan and clocks and watermelons.
In & Out
A few minutes before this monologue, Emily (Joan Cusack) was supposed to be married to Howard (Kevin Kline)..except Howard just realized he's gay...at the altar, no less.
In Bruges
Tormented rookie hitman Ray (Colin Farrell) confesses his sins while hiding out in a beautiful city in Belgium.
In Cold Blood
Based on the shocking true story documented by Truman Capote, convicted murderer Perry Smith (Robert Blake) remembers his past in the last hours of his life.
Independence Day
The speech to the entire planet by the President (Bill Pullman) before the fight against the alien invaders in "ID4" Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
The Insider
Warning: Exposing the Truth May Be Hazardous. Famous TV reporter Mike Wallace (Christopher Plummer) concerns himself with how he will be regarded after he's gone, after spending a lifetime on the huge world-changing stories.
The Insider
"60 Minutes" producer Lowell Bergman fights his associates tooth-and-nail when they try to shelve his huge, controversial, life-shattering story on big tobacco, wanting to avoid a lawsuit.
Insomnia
Quiet, calm psychopath Walter (Robin Williams) confesses to a murder to a detective -- whose mental health is also in question.
In the Line of Fire
"Booth" (John Malkovich), aspiring to kill the President, psychologically tortures his "friend," Frank (Clint Eastwood)
In the Name of the Father
Wrongly imprisoned Gerry Conlon (Daniel Day-Lewis) is joined by his father (Pete Postlethwaite) in prison, trying to help him prove his innocence.
In the Name of the Father
A true story wherein lawyer Gareth Peirce (Emma Thompson) defends innocent Gerry Conlon in a re-trial for the crime he was wrongly imprisoned for for 15 years.
Instinct
Imprisoned within a mental institution, Dr. Ethan Powell (Anthony Hopkins) attacks the cocky young psychologist Dr. Theo Caulder (Cuba Gooding Jr.), taking away his... what has he taken away?
Instinct
The life of Theo Caulder (Cuba Gooding Jr.) has been changed forever by Dr. Ethan Powell (Anthony Hopkins), but he finds himself having to say goodbye, much to his despair.
Interview with the Vampire
Louis (Brad Pitt) wasn't really in the best of moods before being turned into an nosferatu.
Into the Wild
Carine McCandless (Jena Malone), in a voice-over, remembers the family history that may have influenced the ultimately tragic path that her brother Chris chose to take.
Intolerable Cruelty
Divorce lawyer to the rich and famous Miles Massey (George Clooney) has fallen in love. And he'll never be the same again.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
The quiet California town Santa Mira isn't big enough for the pod-based, parasitical aliens and the irritating flawed human species. So states the former Dr. Dan Kauffman (Larry Gates).
Iron Man 2
Two monologues from the second movie in the Iron Man franchise. Incorrigible weapons manufacturer Justin Hammer (Sam Rockwell) gives his salesman's spiel to U.S. Air Force officers. Inventor/industrialist Howard Stark (John Slattery) sends a message to his son many decades in the Marvel Universe future.
Irreconcilable Differences
Casey (a very young Drew Barrymore) beats her constantly-fighting parents to the punch and sues to divorce herself from both of them.
The Island
Ever feel like you're one clone in a huge complex filled with other clones, all subsidized by a massive global conspiracy? Well, Lincoln (Ewan McGregor) doesn't know about any of this (yet), but he knows he hates the routine.
It Happened One Night
Dedicated bachelor and more "scoundrel" than your average Han Solo, Peter Warne (Clark Gable) talks about his philosophy on love.
It's A Wonderful Life
After his father's death, George Bailey (James Stewart) defends the Building & Loan building to cruel rich tyrant Mr. Potter (Lionel Barrymore). One of my favorite films of all-time, hands down.
It's A Wonderful Life
The warped Mr. Potter (Lionel Barrymore), tries to capture George (James Stewart) within his web, using the bait of money.
The Iron Giant
Hogarth (voiced by Eli Marienthal) has been making all sorts of new friends. First, a huge alien robot. And now, a junkyard-based Beatnik artist Dean.
JFK
In a very long monologue, New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner) sums up his argument against Clay Shaw, accusing him and others all the way up the line of power.
JFK
New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner & his amazing disappearing-reappearing Southern accent) addresses the court in this selectively true story on the aftermath of the 1963 assassination.
JFK
A secret rendezvous in Washington DC, the anonymous inside-man X (Donald Sutherland) encourages Garrison's investigation into the president's murder.
The Jacket
Phantom-esque Jack Starks (Adrian Brody) attempts to debug the past and the future, especially for the sake of the woman he's fallen for.
Jackie Brown
In the middle of a runaway crime, her future questionable, her life in constant jeopardy: the tough-as-nails yet still vulnerable Jackie Brown (Pam Grier) takes a moment to confide in her best friend.
Jackie Brown
Arms dealer Ordell Robbie (Samuel L. Jackson) makes an example of (the late) Beaumont, for the education of ex-con Louis (Robert De Niro).
Jacob's Ladder
Angelic chiropractor Louie (Danny Aiello) calms Jacob's (Tim Robbins) body and soul, relieving him from the maddening hells and devils.
Jarhead
Anthony Swofford (Jake Gyllenhaal), "lost on his way to college," goes over the day-to-day drudgery in the life of a soldier in Operaton: Gulf Storm.
Jaws
Who's going to catch and kill the terrorizing shark? Captain Quint (Robert Shaw) throws his offer out to the city council.
Jaws
Tough-as-nails ship captain Quint (Robert Shaw) tells a story of his experience during WWII when the USS Indianapolis went down--in shark-infested waters.
The Jerk
Back in his wild n'crazy days, Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin) carries on a "conversation" with an asleep Marie (Bernadette Peters).
The Jerk
The rise and fall of Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin): his life in tatters and ruins, the jerk attempts to abandon all his worldly possessions.
Jerry Maguire
Jerry (Tom Cruise) pleads with Rod (Cuba Gooding Jr.) to understand where's he's coming from, and to cut him some breaks. Help me help you!
Jerry Maguire
Fallen from the top, Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) tries his best not to flip out as he takes his leave from the office.
Jerry Maguire
Struck by the lightning bolt of inspiration, Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) needs to write down some revolutionary views on his often-twofaced profession.
Jerry Maguire
Coming home after a long separation, agent Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) is finally able to fully confess his love to his wife.
Jersey Girl
Rendered numb by the death of his wife, the now single dad (Ben Affleck) attempts a "conversation" with his infant daughter.
Joe Versus the Volcano
It's amazing what a terminal disease diagnosis will do for your self-esteem. Just ask the once mild-mannered office goon Joe Banks (Tom Hanks).
John Q
Angry father John (Denzel Washington) has resorted to extremes but now, he must say goodbye to his deathly ill son.
Judgment at Nuremberg
Col.Lawson (Richard Widmark) gives his closing statements in the prosecution of Nazi war criminals in this famous courtroom drama--based on the true story.
Judgement at Nuremberg
German doctor and judge Ernst Jannings (Burt Lancaster) confesses to the war crimes court in post-war Europe, contradicting his attorney's defense.
Junebug
Beset with a tragedy, buoyantly sunny Ashley (Oscar nominee Amy Adams) struggles to keep her composure.
Jurassic Park
Loquacious mathematician Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) tries to convince his companions that what they have created is a major mistake (because these creations are eating people).
Jurassic Park
His dream has descended into chaos, and John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) takes a moment to remember his first foray into illusion.
Just Friends
Chris (Ryan Reynolds) gets his patented Romantic Comedy Semi-Dramatic Confession Moment (tm) with his female foil (Amy Smart).
Key Largo
Gangster Johnny Rocco (Edward G. Robinson) taunts a deputy, proclaiming that he is the real power behind the local Florida government.
Kicking & Screaming
After not accompanying his girlfriend to Prague, university graduate Grover (Josh Hamilton) tries to get there too, escaping a static existence with his other grad friends.
The Kids Are All Right
Lesbian mom Jules Allgood (Julianne Moore) apologizes to her family for the recent not-all rightness in their lives.
Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Assassin/underworld leader O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu) is more than happy to receive constructive criticism -- with a particular exception.
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
The Bride (Uma Thurman) never says die. She already killed a lot of people, but there's one she's especially invested in.
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
Two monologues from Bill (David Carradine): the story of the Five Point Palm Exploding Heart Technique and his take on Clark Kent / Superman.
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
Say what you want about Bill's (David Carradine) ethics but he actually seems to be a good father to his 5-year-old daughter B.B. (Perla Haney-Jardine).
The King of Comedy
Psychotic obsessed fan Marsha (Sandra Bernhard) helps with the kidnapping of talk show host Jerry Langford (Jerry Lewis). Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
The King of Comedy
Perpetual schmo and aspiring (cheesy) comedian Rupert Pupkin (Robert De Niro) gets his moment in the spotlight. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Kingdom of Heaven
Blacksmith-turned-knight Balian of Ibelin (Orlando Bloom) defends Jerusalem... all by himself... well, he probably has a army of hundreds behind him, but his battlecries are probably appreciated anyway. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Kissing Jessica Stein
Two monologues from this delightful indie comedy (one female, one male). Jessica Stein (Jennifer Westfeldt) eludicates on what she loves about Helen, and what she doesn't like about herself. Then: usually-acerbic editor Josh (Scott Cohen) tries to start a romance with Jessica, who is otherwise involved. Only available upon request. Please email me for these monologues.
Klute
Aspiring actress turned call girl, Bree Daniels (Jane Fonda) talks to her psychiatrist about her profession and frustrations.
A Knights Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer (Paul Bettany) helps the false knight William enter the tournament as a Sir Ulrich von Liechtenstein. This is a few years before he would write the Canterbury Tales, I guess.
A Knight's Tale
A deleted scene - the dramatic Chaucer (Paul Bettany) first amuses then berates the crowd while he's in the stocks.
A Knight's Tale
After being exposed and humiliated, a mysterious knight (James Purefoy) returns William's (Heath Ledger) glory.
Kramer vs. Kramer
Ted (Dustin Hoffman) takes the stand in a court case between him and his ex-wife to decide who gets custody of their son.
L.A. Story
Harris Telemacher (Steve Martin) desperately tries to get the woman he's fallen hopefully in love with to stay with him in the City of Angels, in this wacky fantasy.
L.A. Story
Standing at a distance, L.A. weatherman Harris K. Telemacher (Steve Martin) interprets the scene within a painting -- and what it does to him.
L.I.E.
While teaching his young friend to shave, Big John (Brian Cox), a pedophile, gives the troubled Howie kindly advice on how to survive in a world that keeps smacking the poor kid down. In the screenplay but cut from the final film.
Labyrinth
Angsty and dramatic teen Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) wishes away her brother to another dimension, one ruled by the Goblin King - David Bowie, er, Jareth.
Last of the Mohicans
His love threatened by execution by fire, adopted son Hawkeye (Daniel Day-Lewis) pleads his case to the ancient chief of the Huron tribe. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
The Last Picture Show
At a fishing tank, the venerable Sam the Lion (Ben Johnson) reminisces about his experiences at the spot as young Sonny (Timothy Bottoms) listens.
The Last Picture Show
Lois (Ellen Burstyn) tells Sonny (Timothy Bottoms) of her relationship with Sam the Lion long ago.
Last Tango In Paris
Paul (Marlon Brando) breaks some of his own rules and talks about his past with his anonymous lover in this erotica classic.
Last Tango in Paris
Paul (Marlon Brando) laments over the death of his wife, a victim of suicide.
Leaving Las Vegas
Lower than low, self-destructive Ben (Nicholas Cage), in a drunken haze, parallels sex and booze as he speaks into a micro-cassette recorder, staring at the pretty bank teller as the line observes him silently.
Legally Blonde
Blondes really do have more fun, even when one of them (law student Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon)) is cross-examining the star witness in a murder trial.
Legally Blonde
Nobody thought she could do it, but Elle Wood (Reese Witherspoon) happily proved them all wrong as she graduates from Harvard Law.
The Legend of 1900
Having spent his entire life there, Nineteen Hundred (Tim Roth) tells his friend Max about his reasons not to leave the boat, even when his life is at stake.
The Legend of Bagger Vance
Mystical caddy Bagger Vance (Will Smith) tutors disillusioned golfer Junah (Matt Damon) on the secret of the authentic golf stroke -- the secret to mastering any challenge. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Les Misérables
Based on the Victor Hugo novel, young revolutionary Marius (Hans Matheson), speaks out in the street against the oppressive king, inspiring action.
Lethal Weapon 2
Tormented loose-cannon cop Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) opens up with the sad story he associates with a gold pen.
The Libertine
Two monologues. The Earl of Rochester (Johnny Depp), 17th-century poet and debauchee who died at 33 years old of veneral disease, assures us that he is not a sympathetic character. Wait, so this isn't a sequel to Edward Scissorhands?
A Little Princess
Whenever fate has unexpectedly turned cruel for young Sara Crewes (Liesel Matthews), she manages to maintain the positive and dignified spirit of a princess.
The Limey
Temporarily apprehended, the revengeful "limey" Wilson (Terence Stamp) irritates and confuses the agent from the Drug Enforcement Agency. Directed by the great Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh.
The Lion In Winter
Eleanor of Aquitaine (Katharine Hepburn in her third Oscar winning performance), equally scheming, tries to soften the fighting between the members of her power-hungry family.
The Lion in Winter
An aging and conniving King Henry II (Peter O'Toole) reunites his family in hopes of naming a successor, but the difficult situation goes from bad to worse.
Little Big Man
After a massacre of his people, Old Lodge Skins (Chief Dan George) explains the blatant difference between the white man and the Human Beings...their world is doomed.
Little Miss Sunshine
Literature professor Frank (Steve Carrell) tutors his nephew on Proust and suffering.
Lolita
Menacing, mysterious, ambigious, and probing monologue from peculiar figure Quilty (Peter Sellers) who seems to also have an unhealthy fascination with teenage Lolita.
The Long Hot Summer
Lonely drifter Ben (Paul Newman), accused of arson and pursued, talks about his past with Clara (Joanne Woodward).Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
In this marvelous brilliant Peter Jackson epic, mysterious queen Galadriel (Cate Blanchett) tells the story so far.
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Everything is on the brink of destruction. Galadriel (Cate Blanchett) advises Elrond as to the Elves' role in the fate of the threatened Middle Earth.
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Gollum (Andy Serkis) taunts and torments Smeagol, his subservient former self - until Smeagol decides to fight back.
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The quest has taken a heavy toll on Frodo's (Elijah Wood's) mind and spirit, but the faithful and innocent Sam (Sean Astin) revigorates his friend. There is still hope.
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Smeagol (voice of Andy Serkis) -- and his resurfaced alter-ego Gollum -- plot against the Hobbitsessss Samwise and Frodo.
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Elrond (Hugo Weaving) discourages Arwen's love for the mortal Aragorn.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen) calls on the sons of Rohan and Gondor to rise up against their would-be tyrants.
Lost in America
After his wife loses their money gambling, David Howard (writer-director Albert Brooks) attempts a negotiation with the casino's manager.
The Lost Weekend
On a four-day drinking binge after attempting to be sober, hopeless alcoholic Don (Ray Milland) explains, to his bartender, what booze does for him.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Eccentric billionaire John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) attempts to convice Malcolm (Jeff Goldlbum) to visit a dinosaur infested island and document their activities (which involves eating people)
A Love Song for Bobby Long
Unsuccessful writer Lawson (Gabriel Macht) explains to Pursy why he is living with the disposed literature professor (and fellow alcoholic) Bobby (John Travolta) in New Orleans.

A-B -- C -- D-F -- G-L -- M-O -- P-R -- S -- T-Z -- FEMALE MONOS. -- MISC. -- LINKS -- MAIN PAGE