Monologues and Scripts

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“Julia has always needed company.” from the film “Nowhere Boy” Nowhere Boy is a 2009 British biographical musical drama film about John Lennon’s adolescence, his relationships with his guardian aunt and his mother, the creation of his first band, the Quarrymen, and its evolution into the Beatles. In this scene, tells the story of his birth. Ideal […]

“Prune attack! Prune Attack!” from the film ” Hard Candy” A mature 14-year old girl meets a charming 32-year old photographer on the Internet. Suspecting that he is a pedophile, she goes to his home in an attempt to expose him. Ideal for Adult Males in their 20s-30s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Brian Nelson GEOFF: […]

“You know how those places creep me out” from the film “Silver Linings Playbook” After a stint in a mental institution, former teacher Pat Solitano moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife. Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany, a mysterious girl with problems of her own. Ideal for […]

“Mrs. Christian… please, will you sit down a moment?” from the film  ” Eight Millimeter” A private investigator is hired to discover if a “snuff film” is authentic or not. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 30s-50s. 1 Min. Written By: Andrew Kevin Walker WELLES: Mrs. Christian… please, will you sit down a moment? (leads her to […]

“Do I look like I’d do well in prison?” from the film “Gone Girl” Tommy tells Nick about his time with Amy and when she accused him of rape. Ideal for Adult Males in their 30s-40s. 2-3 Mins. Written By: Gillian Flynn TOMMY: Fuck no. Do I look like I’d do well in prison? I plead […]

“All this time you’ve been deceiving me.” from the film “Captain Fantastic” Ben is mad that his son, Bodevan, has gone behind his back and applied for college. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 40s-50s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Matt Ross BEN: All this time you’ve been deceiving me. I allowed you to go to the […]

“I wanna thank all of you for a terrific summer.” from the film “Wet Hot American Summer” Set on the last day of camp, in the hot summer of 1981, it follows a group of counselors who are each trying to complete their unfinished business before the day ends. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 20s-40s. 1-2 […]

“WHO CARES WHAT PSYCHIATRISTS WRITE ON WALLS?” from the film “12 Monkeys” Jeffrey tried to explain to the other patients what he’s gone through. Ideal for Young Adult Males in their late teens, early 20s. 1-2 Min. Written By: David Peoples & Janet Peoples JEFFREY: WHO CARES WHAT PSYCHIATRISTS WRITE ON WALLS? (moves to Fale, jabs him with […]

“You take me out?” from the film “American Graffiti” After her longtime boyfriend Steve tells her he’s leaving town to go to college, Laurie tries to pretend she doesn’t care. Ideal for Teen Females. 1-2 Mins. Written By: George Lucas, Gloria Katz  and Willard Huyck You take me out? When we first met you didn’t have enough […]
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“So, you’re saying I shouldn’t really have sex. I should just say I had sex with someone. A girl.” from the film “Easy A”. Brandon convinces Olive to fake having sex with him. 5-6 Min. Olive enters her bedroom with Brandon in tow. OLIVE Welcome. This is where the magic happens. And as you well know, by […]

“You know — you’re not as vile as I thought you were.” From the film “10 Things I Hate About You”. Patrick takes care of a drunk Kat, and they learn more about each other. 5-6 Min.  Patrick marches Kat around the yard, holding her up. KAT This is so patronizing. PATRICK Leave it to […]

“Really, its no problem getting tickets?” from the film “Any Given Sunday.” Tony meets with his son Tom for the first time in 5 years. Tony tries to convince Tom to let him see his grandchildren. Ideal for Adult Males in their late 20s, early 30s. Written By: Daniel Pyne and John Logan TONY and TOM: Tony, […]

“No way! He just called him a dick.” from the film “Fast Time at Ridgemont High.” Linda & Stacy chat about high school stuff, and Linda demonstrates how to give a blow job. Ideal for Teen Females early 20s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Cameron Crowe. STACY and LINDA: LINDA I hear some surfer pulled a knife […]

“No occupation” from the film “Adam’s Rib.” Amanda interrogates Doris about the shooting of her husband. Ideal for Adult Females in their 30s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Ruth Gordon AMANDA and DORIS: Amanda – Occupation?   Doris – No occupation.   A – Housewife.   D – That’s right. Housewife.   A – All right.   D – […]

“Wow, you look great.” from the film “Kissing Jessica Stein.” Two women talk about trying out lesbianism. Ideal for Adult Females in their 20-30s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Heather Juergensen  and Jennifer Westfeldt JESSICA an HELEN: H: Hi   J: Hi   H: Hi, come in.   Thank you.   Hi.   Hi.   Wow, you look […]

“Excuse me I was taking those.” from the TV show, “Ally McBeal.” Ally and a woman in the supermarket have a humorous argument about who deserves the Pringles. Ideal for Adult Females ranging from 25-30. 1-2 Mins. Written By: David E. Kelley BARBARA and ALLY: Barbara:           Excuse me I was taking those . Ally:                You Put them […]

WILD HONEY – Anna Petrovna confronts her husband about his deceit. 1-2 min. ANNA PETROVNA – How can you say that? How can you lie to me, on such a night as this, beneath such a sky? Tell your lies in autumn, if you must, in the gloom and the mud, but not now, not here. […]

“Hey I’m sorry I didn’t show up.” from the film “Mystic Pizza.” Kat is late and Daisy is pissed. The sisters argue. Ideal for Adult Females in their 20s-30s. 1 Min. Written By: Amy Holden Jones KAT and DAISY: Kat: Hi Dais’.  Hey I’m sorry I didn’t show up.  I said I’m sorry. Why are you […]

FENCES – Rose finally tells Troy how she feels. Dramatic monologue for adult female. 1-2 min. ROSE: I been standing with you! I been right here with you, Troy. I got a life too. I gave eighteen years of my life to stand in the same spot with you. Don’t you think I ever wanted other things? […]
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