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Speaker/Context
Sabrina
Before leaving for Paris, Sabrina (Julia Ormond) inadvertently confesses her soul to the brother (Harrison Ford) of her unrequited love.
Saving Private Ryan
Medic Wade (scene-stealer Giovanni Ribisi) reflects to his sleepless friends on his detached and awkward relationship with his mother back home when he was a kid.
Saving Private Ryan
Captain John Miller (Tom Hanks) expresses his bitterness over the mission he and his long-suffering men have been sent on.
Saving Private Ryan
Amidst the horror of World War II, Captain Miller (Tom Hanks) relfects upon his company's unique mission in this brilliant Spielberg film.
Saving Private Ryan
General George Marshall (Harve Presnell) parallels the difficult situation of Private Ryan with a letter from the Civil War written by President Abraham Lincoln.
Saving Private Ryan
Sergeant Horvath (Tom Sizemore) struggles with the decision made about their mission: there is more, much more to it now than they expected or wanted.
Saving Private Ryan
Ryan (Matt Damon) remembers the last time all of his brothers were together. The other three have since died in the war.
Saw
Think there's eventually going to be a "Saw VII"? Until that point, here's seven monologues from the first three outings by imaginative serial killer Jigsaw (Tobin Bell).
Say Anything
After his true love breaks up with him, Lloyd (John Cusack), still greiving, records an embittered note for his friend Corey (Lili Taylor). Only available upon request. Please reference say.html in your email.
Say Anything
One half of the improbable couple, Diane (Ione Skye), speaks about her relationship with the eccentric good-hearted Lloyd (John Cusack). Only available upon request. Please reference say2.html in your email.
Say Anything
When asked about his future by his girlfriend's father, Lloyd begins by explaining what he *doesn't* want ever do. Much-requested, finally here (by a very kind donation). Only available upon request. Please reference say3.html in your email.
Scarface
Tony Montana (Al Pacino, in one of his many trademark roles), a Cuban emigre, builds a strong criminal empire in early 1980's Miami. As his power begins to grow, so does his ego and his paranoia.
Scarface
You better not step on the Constitutional rights of Tony Montana (Al Pacino) or you'll be up the gulf coast without a paddle.
Scary Movie
The buxom Buffy Gilmore (Shannon Elizabeth, in her only appearance on this site) satirizes every teen-slasher (middle-age-slasher, elderly-slasher) movie ever.
Scent of a Woman
Lover of women, Frank Slade (Al Pacino) somehow manages to be romantic and sexist simultaneously.
Scent of a Woman
Blind and bitter Lt. Col. Frank Slade (Al Pacino) is just getting warmed up as he rages against the court persecuting his young friend. Hoo-hah!
Schindler's List
Two monologues from unspeakable unfathomable evil, Amon Goethe (Ralph Fiennes)
Schindler's List
Servant and plaything to a Nazi commander, Jewish girl Helen Hirsch (Embeth Davidtz) feels resigned but is encouraged to talk about her life with Schindler (Liam Neeson), wanting to reassure her.
Schindler's List
Nazi Commandant Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes) abuses his Jewish servant girl, both psychologically and physically.
Schindler's List
At the end of Spielberg's extraordinarily powerful drama, Schindler (Liam Neeson) gathers his workers together for a special announcement.
Schizopolis
Ineffective dentist/doppelganger Dr. Jeffrey Korchak (Steven Soderbergh) lusts after the neglected wife of his double (also played by Soderbergh). Very amusing.
School of Rock
The Man is bringing Dewey Finn (Jack Black) down! HE can't do that to him, he who raises the goblet of rock!
Scream
Colorful movie geek Randy (Jamie Kennedy) explains The Rules to surviving any horror movie. Who will follow them and who won't?
Scream
Sidney (Neve Campbell) breaks down under the pressure of being hunted by a psychotic and, y'know, everything, and ends up, like, breaking the Rules.
Scream 3
Something, quote unquote, happens to Randy (Jamie Kennedy) in "Scream 2," so he communicates his wisdom to his friends here (in #3) via video.
Searching for Bobby Fischer
Hard-edged chess teacher Bruce Pandolfini (Ben Kingsley) sees the mastery of Bobby Fisher within a seven-year-old boy--something he's lost and wants to find again.
The Secret Life of Words
Two monologues ... solitary nurse Hanna (Sarah Polley) opens up to her (blind and burned) patient about her past traumatic horrors in Yugoslavia during the war.
The Secret Life of Words
Blind and burned from an oil rig accident, Josef (Tim Robbins) remembers a painful incident from his childhood to his nurse Hanna (who he calls Cora, not knowing her real name).
Sense & Sensibility
Elinor (Emma Thompson, who won an Oscar for her adaption) lectures her more romantically-minded sister on the subject of the heart and love.
Serendipity
Obituary writer Dean (Jeremy Piven) writes a faux-death notice for his friend Jonathan, who has seemingly lost his written-in-the-stars true love.
Serendipity
Sarah (Kate Beckinsale) explains why she dragged her friend across the country to find someone she knew for a few hours many years before.
Serenity
Captain Mal Reynolds (Nathan Fillion) of the Firefly-class spaceship Serenity intends to fight the powers that be.
Seven
A unspeakably dangerous psychotic John Doe (Kevin Spacey) allows himself to be interviewed by the escorting police detectives. Who's toying with who? Who has captured who?
Seven
On the way to a dangerous raid, Somerset (Morgan Freeman) and Mills (Brad Pitt) discuss their experiences with guns and bullets.
Seven Samurai
Ranting from the peasant-who-would-be-a-warrior Kikuchiyo, played by the famous and always brilliant Toshiro Mifune.
Sex, Lies, & Videotape
A Dialogue: the frigid Cynthia (Andie MacDowell) interrogates her sister Ann (Laura San Giacomo) on the latter's activities behind closed doors.
Sexy Beast
Three monologues from dangerously insane gangster Don Logan (Ben Kingsley): talking to himself in the mirror before attacking his hosts, having (evil) fun at the expense of an airport official, and screaming bloody murder at his former cohort. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Shadow of the Vampire
In this fictional account on the making of famous silent film "Nosferatu," Count Orlock/Max Shrek (Willem Dafoe) feels sympathy for Count Dracula, the man his "character" is based upon.
Shakespeare in Love
Viola (Gwyenth Paltrow) takes her tearful leave of the love of her life Will Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes) but not before inspiring him one more time.
Sharknado
Nova (Cassie Scerbo) will never watch the movie "Jaws" or any of its sequels, and she will never enjoy the animated TV series "Street Sharks" or "Jabberjaw"... because she hates sharks. Do you want to know why? Click away.
The Shawshank Redmption
Elderly ex-convict Brooks (James Whitmore) finds himself unable to deal with life on the outside, after being released from prison. Inside, he was somebody. Outside, nobody and faceless.
The Shawshank Redemption
Red (Morgan Freeman) and the other prison work-team reaps the benefits of Andy's talented manipulations.
The Shawshank Redemption
Red (Morgan Freeman) comes in front of the parole board and is again asked the same question as times before: does he think of himself as rehabilitated?
The Shawshank Redemption
Moved by beautiful opera music, Red (Morgan Freeman) is elevated to the point of feeling free despite being surrounded by prison walls.
The Shawshank Redemption
Two more monologues from Morgan Freeman's brilliant and very moving performance -- Red sadly missing his friend And and the complete "I hope..." monologue from the conclusion.
The Shining
Two people both with psychic powers, Mr. Hallorann (Scatman Crothers) educates young Danny (Danny Torrance) on the 'shining' and the dangerous hotel.
The Shining
Just recently off the wagon, Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) confides a past indiscretion to a ghost bartender Lloyd.
The Shining
Completely insane Jack (Nicholson), caretaker of the Overlook Hotel, accuses his wife Wendy (Shelley Duvall) of being blind to his commitment and responsibilities.
Signs
Graham Hess (Mel Gibson) and his brother Merril (Joaquin Phoenix) watch newscasts of lights in the sky that could very well be the beginning of an alien invasion, and perhaps the end of the world as they know it (or do they?).
The Silence of the Lambs
Dr.Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) slowly picks apart his interviewer, piece by piece. Is he just playing with her?
A Simple Plan
Alcoholic derelict Jacob (Billy Bob Thornton) tells his brother about his one and only girlfriend, who wasn't really a girlrfriend at all.
Sin City
Two monologues from two damned residents of Basin "Sin" City -- brutal yet lovestruck criminal Marv (Mickey Rourke) and a cop who plays by his own rules, John Hartigan (Bruce Willis).
Singin' in the Rain
In this cut scene from the great musical, chorus girl Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds) moons over a billboard of her favorite movie star Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly).
Singles
Set in the heart of Seattle, Steve (Campbell Scott) explains his views on dating and why it just doesn't work.
Singles
One too many beers in him, Steve (Campbell Scott) calls Linda, assuring her that he understands the problem with being Mr. Casual -- he knows that they belong together and he'll become "new" to do it.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
Lena (Alexis Bledel) asserts her youthful individuality to her Greek and traditional grandfather, during a vacation in the homeland.
Six Degrees of Separation
Their high class lives forever changed by a con-artist vagabond, Ouisa Kittredge (Stockard Channing) fears the true nature of this story will be lost over time.
Six Degrees of Separation
Master conversationalist Paul (Will Smith) describes the loss of imagination in our culture, using Salinger's "Catcher in the Rye" as a point of reference.
The Sixth Sense
Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment) allows himself to finally tell his mother Lynn (Toni Collette) about his supernatural power, leading to a tearful conclusion for the characters.
The Sixth Sense
Troubled psychologist Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) begins to tell his patient Cole (Haley Joel Osment) a story that has yet to have an ending.
The Sky's the Limit
Famous humorist Robert Benchley is featured in this Astaire musical as he nervously stumbles and stutters his way through a speech at a crowded banquet. Anyone with public speaking phobias can relate.
Slacker
S-T-E-V-E with a van (Stephen Jacobson) wonders if Elvis Presley is still walking among us.
SLC Punk
What happens when you take a punk named Stevo (Matthew Lillard) out of his natural environment (New York) and put him in Salt Lake City.
SLC Punk
Mark (Til Schweiger) relates a tragedy from his youth.
SLC Punk
A party thrown by Stevo (Matthew Lillard) spirals downhill after some rednecks crash the place; he realizes that his lifestyle is a contradiction in itself.
SLC Punk
Heroin Bob (Michael A. Goorjian) explains the historical significance of hardcore drugs to Stevo (Matthew Lilard).
Sleepless in Seattle
Suzy (Rita Wilson, wife of Tom Hanks) gets all gooshy, after she's reminded of the classic tearjerker "An Affair to Remember."
Sleep with Me
Quentin Tarantino cameos here as Sid, who is all too eager to relay his theories about the homosexual subtext of "Top Gun."
Sleeping Beauty
One of the greatest villains in Disney's illustrious history, Maleficent (voice of Eleanor Audley) teases the imprisoned Prince Phillip on her mountain fortress.
Sleepy Hollow
Baltus (Michael Gambon) warns Constable Ichabod Crane (Johnny Depp) about the things that haunt their colonial town.
Sleepy Hollow
Lady Van Tassel (Miranda Richardson) reveals her connection to the Headless Horseman to Katrina (Christina Ricci) and everything becomes clear (sort of).
Sliding Doors
Ex-girlfriend mistress Lydia (Jeanne Tripplehorn) yells at wife-cheater Gerry (John Lynch), extending a train station metaphor ad-nauseam.
Sling Blade
Mentally disabled Karl (Billy Bob Thornton) slowly gives the low-down on why he is where he is to a young reporter.
Smoke
AuggieWren (Harvey Kietel), local merchant and seer of much, tells the story of how he got his camera.
Snatch
Vicious boxing-promoter Brick Top (Alan Ford) educates on how to get rid of a dead body when someone crosses you wrong.
Snow Falling On Cedars
Elderly lawyer Nels Gudmundsson (Max von Sydow) speaks to the defense of the accused Japanese war hero, who allegedly murdered a white fisherman in the years following World War II.
Some Like It Hot
Sugar Kane (Marilyn Monroe) cursed with bad luck when it comes to men, especially sax players (like Joe (Tony Curtis) disguised as a Josephine)
Someone Like You...
The unlucky in love Jane (Ashley Judd) has a strange (but understandable) request for her doctor. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Something's Gotta Give
The outspoken Zoe (Frances McDormand) opines at an awkward-dinner table, attended by her sister Erica (Diane Keaton), her sisters daughter Marin (Amanda Peet), and Harry (Jack Nicholson), the younger-woman-loving older man Marin is dating.
Somewhere in Time
Elise McKenna (Jane Seymour) is performing on stage in 1912; she breaks character to tell herself and him how she loves the man who has travelled back in time to be with her.
The Sound of Music
Governess Maria (Julie Andrews) turns the tables and lectures the emotionally-absent Captain (Christopher Plummer). Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Spider-Man
Once a nerd, now a superhero: Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) opens the movie with this interior-monologue, in true comic-book fashion.
Spider-Man
Science industry mogul Norman Osborne (Willem Dafoe) "meets" his evil murderous alter-ego.
Spider-Man
The Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) leers and mocks a temporarily incapacitated Spider-Man.
Spider-Man 2
Surrogate mother figure Aunt May (Rosemary Harris) brightens up the day of the our favorite neighbor webslinger (who has been depressed lately what with his powers decaying and his dream girl getting married to some astronaut doorknob).
Spider-Man 2
Don't you hate it when your groundbreaking scientific experiment goes horribly wrong and your robot arms start talking to you? "Doctor Octopus" (aka Dr. Otto Octavius) (Alfred Molina) doesn't seem to mind that much.
Stand By Me
Misunderstood scapegoat Chris (River Phoenix) breaks down and cries to his best friend about an incident at school that scarred his name forever.
Stand By Me
The narrating Writer (Richard Dreyfuss) concludes the story by telling the fate of each of his best friends after the adventurous summer which marked the end of their childhood.
Stardust
What does Yvaine (Claire Danes), an actual star from the heavens, know about love? Quite a lot, as it turns out. Did we mention that she's a star?
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Enterprise's Captain Kirk (William Shatner) gives a tearful eulogy for his fallen second-in-command...and best friend.
Star Trek: Nemesis
On this happy day (despite the presence of Wesley Crusher), best man Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) offers a toast to the bride Counselor Deanna Troi and groom Commander William T. Riker (Jonathan Frakes).
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
The lovelorn Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) pleads with Padme (Natalie Portman) to return the feelings he has for her.
State & Main
Walt Price (William H. Macy), the unscrupulous director of "The Old Mill," begs his screenwriter Joe White (Philip Seymour Hoffman) to lie to save the production.
Steel Magnoilas
Heartbroken M'Lynn Eatenton (Sally Field) vents her frustrations to her friends of Truvy's Beauty Parlor.
Stepmom
Isabel (Julia Roberts), coping with being a stepmother to Jackie's (Susan Sarandon) children, envies the perfect mother persona that Jackie seems to possess.
Stick It
After a turn toward to juvenile delinquency, former athlete Haley Graham (Missy Peregrym) is forced to return to the world she abandoned, in the form of an elite gymnastics academy.
The Story of Us
Katie Jordan (Michelle Pfieffer) remembers a college paper she had to write on any book that best depicted the way that we viewed the world.
The Story of Us
Katie Jordan (Michelle Pfeiffer) reconciles with her husband of 15 years, hopefully to live happily ever after together.
The Straight Story
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful movies I have ever seen: Alvin Straight (Richard Farnsworth), in his slow simple way, speaks volumes on the importance of family.
The Straight Story
One of the many characters Alvin Straight (Richard Farnsworth) encounters in his cross-country trip: a woman (Barbara Robertson) on the road who has just hit a deer and is having a mental breakdown; she's near hysterical, as well as monotonously depressed at times.
Strange Days
Slimy unmoralistic Lenny (Ralph Fiennes) entices a customer to try the drug he's peddling: living other peoples experiences. Only available upon request. Please email me for this monologue.
Stranger Than Fiction
Introverted IRS agent Harold Crick (Will Ferrell) has just spent a day auditing the less-than-helpful Ana (Maggie Gyllenhaal), who hopes to apologize with milk, freshly-baked cookies, and conversation. Who could turn that down? Not I.
Stripes
Wiseguy John Winger (Bill Murray) joins the army and sees the world; here, he takes control of his basic training platoon.
Suicide Kings
Lono Veccio (Denis Leary), henchman of mob boss Christopher Walken, is threatening and beating up everyone in sight in order to find a kidnapped girl.
Sullivan's Travels
John Sullivan (Joel McCrea), a film director, decides to go on the road as a hobo to learn about poverty and downtrodden poor -- much to the disgust of his Butler (Robert Greig).
Superman
Father of the future man-of-steel, Jor-El (Marlon Brando) says goodbye to his only son before sending him in a spacecraft to his destiny on the third blue and green rock from a yellow sun.
Superman
In the Fortress of Solitude, a teenaged Clark Kent communicates with his real Kryptonian father (Marlon Brando), and through him, he learns of his fate, his past, and his future before becoming Superman.
Superman
Jor-El (Marlon Brando) prosecutes the three Kryptonian terrorists...who will wreck havok in the sequel. Also added: the monologue response from the dastardly General Zod (Terence Stamp).
Superman
In a corny but legendary moment, Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) muses to herself poetically while flying over Metropolis with Superman, spit-curl and all.
The Sure Thing
Walter (Gib) Gibson resorts to a hypothetical guilt trip in order to convince Alison (Daphne Zuniga) to help him out.
Suspect Zero
Enigmatically dangerous psychic Benjamin O'Ryan (Ben Kingsley) captures the FBI agent tracking him.
The Sweet Hereafter
Lawyer Mitchell Stephens (Ian Holm) relates the fearful and rather heart-breaking tale of a near-tragedy with his now-estranged drug-addict daughter.
The Sweet Hereafter
Mitchell (Ian Holm) describes the tragic, untrusting relationship he has with his drug-addicted and mentally-ill daughter.
The Sweet Hereafter
The ethereal voice of Nicole (Sarah Polley) reads from a poem-version of the Pied Piper, equating it with the tragedy that has destroyed her and her town.
Swingers
Despairing over an old relationship, near-neurotic Mike (Jon Favreau) refuses to go out with his friend, expecting the same ol', same ol'.
Swingers
Rob (Ron Livingston) tries to pull his friend Mike (Jon Favreau) out of his breakup-induced blue funk.
Swimming with Sharks
Kevin Spacey plays cruel boss Buddy Ackerman who gets the tables turned on him: torture by his long-suffering employee. But everyone, as Buddy points out, suffers.
Swordfish
The duplicitous and suave Gabriel Shear (John Travolta) opens the movie with a monologue about Hollywood, the garbage Hollywood produces, and Al Pacino's "Dog Day Afternoon."
Sydney White
Sydney White (Amanda Bynes) -- a college campus version of Snow White -- rebels against the university queen and her fraternity court.
Syriana
Accused of illegal deals within the oil company that he works for, Danny Dalton (Tim Blake Nelson) defends for the idea of corruption within the system.

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