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The Parent Trap (Annie)

ANNIE: Sprout”s used to strange women riding her. Not that you”re strange or anything. Actually, compared to the others, you seem relatively normal.You want the 411? The “information”… the lowdown on the other women. Can”t say that I blame you. I”d want to know if I was number twenty-eight… I mean… number twenty-nine in a man”s life. I didn”t start counting”til I was about four. God knows how many there were before then. It”s always the same routine… horseback riding through the vineyards… long romantic dinners with his special reserve label wine… moonlight swims… But I always say, it”s none of my business if a man his age wants to make a fool out of himself. Although, maybe he”s changed and you”re the real thing, Mer.More Monologues from “The Parent Trap”

You want the 411? The “information”… the lowdown on the other women. Can”t say that I blame you. I”d want to know if I was number twenty-eight… I mean… number twenty-nine in a man”s life. I didn”t start counting”til I was about four. God knows how many there were before then. It”s always the same routine… horseback riding through the vineyards… long romantic dinners with his special reserve label wine… moonlight swims… But I always say, it”s none of my business if a man his age wants to make a fool out of himself. Although, maybe he”s changed and you”re the real thing, Mer.More Monologues from “The Parent Trap”

The Parent Trap (Elizabeth)

ELIZABETH: We met on the QE 2. The Queen Elizabeth 2. It”s an ocean liner that sails from London to New York. I was nervous about flying in those days, so was your father. (remembering back) We met our very first night on board the ship, actually. We were seated next to each other at dinner. He”s an American, you know. We kind of hit it off immediately. I knew you were going to ask me all these questions one day. You know this part of your personality reminds me of your father. (looking into Hallie”s eyes) Yes, we saw each other every night, every morning and every hour in between. Then one night, he popped the question, right there in the middle of the Atlantic.More Monologues from “The Parent Trap”

The Notebook (Allie)

ALLIE: Low class? Don”t you ever call him low class. He may not have any money, but he”s got more class than you and you and all of your stupid society friends put together! It”s not final for me. You can tell me how I have to dress, and what schools and social events I have to attend. (shouting, near tears) But you”re not going to tell me who I have to love! I know. He”s not what you want for me. He doesn”t fit. He doesn”t have any money or status, but I don”t care. Because he has a soul. And I love him from the tips of my toes with everything I have. He makes me prickle.More Monologues from “The Notebook”

The Notebook (Lon)

LON: So, the way I see it, I have three choices. One, I shoot him. That way, he”s dead, I go to prison, and you”re left with nobody. And let me tell you, right now, that doesn”t seem like such a bad option. Two, I kick the crap out of him. Which is probably not the best choice, because I”m not much of a fighter. Three, I leave you, call off the wedding, play the jilted lover, and expose your indiscretions to the entire community. But all of it”s no good, you see? None of those options give me you. And in spite of everything, I love you. And if you want to work it out, forget that our wedding is in three weeks. Forget what people will say, and they will talk. Believe me, it”s started already. Forget everything. This is about you and me. And if you want to work it out, let”s go home. I meant what I said when I gave you that ring. Look, it”s normal not forget your first love. I love you, Allie, but I want you for myself. I don”t want to have to convince my fiancĂ©e that she should be with me.More Monologues from “The Notebook”

The Notebook (Noah Calhoun)

My Dearest Allie. I couldn’t sleep last night because I know that it’s over between us. I’m not bitter anymore, because I know that what we had was real. And if in some distant place in the future we see each other in our new lives, I’ll smile at you with joy and remember how we spent the summer beneath the trees, learning from each other and growing in love. The best love is the kind that awakens the soul and makes us reach for more, that plants a fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds, and that’s what you’ve given me. That’s what I hope to give to you forever. I love you. I’ll be seeing you. Noah.

The Notebook (Noah)

NOAH: Allie, they”re not crazy. They”re right. And you shouldn”t talk to them like that. I don”t have a mother, but if I did, I would never speak to her the way you did. It”s not going to work out, Allie. You and me. You”re seventeen years old. You”ve got a million things to do. You”ve got school and a big future ahead of you. I”d just be getting in the way. We”re different, Allie. All my dreams are here. What am I supposed to do, follow you to New York? Sneak around, spent time with you on weekends? Hope no one sees us and tells your parents? I know we love each other, but your parents are right. It”s not enough. Let”s just finish the summer and say goodbye.More Monologues from “The Notebook”

Swingers (Trent Walker)

Our little baby’s all grows up. You know what? … Our little baby’s all grows up. … I’m not even hungry, I couldn’t touch it. … Our little boy is all grows up tonight. You know what big boy? You’re grown up. You’re grown up! Yeaaaheyha! Dig that! Is this a fuckin’ production for ya? Cuz you’re growns up and you’re growns up and you’re growns up! I’m the asshole in the bar place is that right? I’m the asshole? I’m outta here. I’m not eatin’ anything. I wouldn’t eat here, I would never eat here anyway.

Sucker Punch (Sweet Pea)

Who honors those we love with the very life we live? Who sends monsters to kill us, and at the same time sings that we’ll never die? Who teaches us what’s real, and how to laugh at lies? Who decides why we live, and what we’ll die to defend? Who chains us, and who holds the key to set us free? It’s you. You have all the weapons you need. Now fight!

Scarface (Tony Montana)

You wanna work eight, ten fucking hours? You own nothing, you got nothing! Do you want a chivato on every corner looking after you? Watching everything you do? Everything you say, man? Do you know I eat octopus three times a day? I got fucking octopus coming out of my fucking ears. I got the fuckin’ Russian shoes my feet’s comin’ through. How you like that? What, you want me to stay there and do nothing? Hey, I’m no fuckin’ criminal, man. I’m no puta or thief. I’m Tony Montana, a political prisoner from Cuba. And I want my fuckin’ human rights, now! …

School of Rock (Dewey)

DEWEY: I”m not Melvin Schneebly. I”m not even a teacher. Sorry, Roz. (Dewey gives a stunned Mrs. Mullins an apologetic smile. Confusion erupts in the crowd.) My name”s Dewey Finn. I came here “cause I needed a back-up band. I used to go here, though. I was kicked out when I was seven. I always felt like if this school had been easier on me – maybe things would have been different. Maybe my dad would have liked me better. Maybe he would have believed in me. After I got kicked out, I gave up on education. I was gonna be a rebel – stick it to the man. Rock “n roll. What I didn”t realize was that when I gave up on education. I gave up on myself.I was so gung-ho not to do what people wanted me to do – I never really thought about what I wanted to do. A good education helps you figure-out who you are – what makes you happy. Not what makes your parents happy. Or your teachers. You. I”ve never been happier then when I was with these kids. Your kids are awesome. You should be proud of them. They gave me a real education and I betrayed them. I lied to them and I let them down. But don”t make them pay for my mistakes. I”m sorry, everybody.

I was so gung-ho not to do what people wanted me to do – I never really thought about what I wanted to do. A good education helps you figure-out who you are – what makes you happy. Not what makes your parents happy. Or your teachers. You. I”ve never been happier then when I was with these kids. Your kids are awesome. You should be proud of them. They gave me a real education and I betrayed them. I lied to them and I let them down. But don”t make them pay for my mistakes. I”m sorry, everybody.