Film

“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 ...

“Julia has always needed company” from the film “Nowhere Boy.” Mimi tells the story of John’s birth. 2-3 min. MIMI: Julia has always needed company. Do you understand what I mean by company? She found it with a young soldier whilst your ...

“My shares are worthless, and my savings gone” from the film “A Little Princess: The Musical.” Miss Minchin tells Sara how she feels about her father. 1-2 min. MISS MINCHIN: Would the Times print it if it weren’t true? Word has reached London of ...

“How long did you wait? I mean — did you wait long?” from the film “An Affair To Remember”. When Nickie begins to interrogate Terry in an attempt to discover why she didn’t meet him at the top of the Empire State ...

MATILDA JR – Ms. Trunchbull addresses the class. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Female. 1 Min. Miss Trunchbull: Sometimes in life, horrible and unexplainable things happen. These things are a test of character. And I have character! I expect you’re wondering ...

THE LITTLE MERMAID JR – Ariel shows Flounder what she found. Comedic Monologue for Kid Female. >1 Min. Ariel: Oh, Flounder, you really are a guppy! Awww….. You’ll never guess what I found today. Look! (Lifts up a large silver ...

LION KING JR – Timon welcomes Simba. Comedic Monologue for Kid Male. >1 Min. TIMON: Welcome to our humble abode! Listen kid, if you’re gonna live with us, you gotta eat like us. I’m tellin’ ya, kid – this is ...

“I plead down” from the film “Gone Girl.” Tommy tells Nick about his time with Amy and when she accused him of rape. 2-3 min. TOMMY: Fuck no. Do I look like I’d do well in prison? I plead down, man. Sexual ...

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL JR. – Ms. Darbus leads the class. Comedic Monologue for Kid/Teen Female. 1 Min. Ms Darbus: Well, once again, they forgot to announce the auditions for the winter musical, Juliet and Romeo, written by our very own ...

ELF JR. – Buddy sings for all to hear. Comedic Monologue for Kid Male. 1 Min. BUDDY THE ELF: I just like smiling. Smiling is my favorite! Sounds like someone needs to sing a Christmas Carol, don’t you know the ...

“Let’s see who their parents are” from the film “Descendants.” Belle looks for the parents of new students at her school. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Female. >1 Min. Written by: Josann McGibbon and Sara Parriott BELLE: Let’s see who their parents ...

“You must not fight” from the film “Aristocats.” The Duchess teaches the kittens how to act. Comedic Monologue for Kid Female. >1 Min. Written by: Larry Clemmons, Frank Thompson, Ralph Wright, et. al. DUCHESS: Now kittens, you must not fight. Toulouse! ...

“Me, the ‘street rat'” from the film “Aladdin.” Aladdin laments about falling in love with Jasmine. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Male. 1 Min. Written by: Guy Ritchie and John August ALADDIN: But I do like Jasmine. I mean, “The Princess!” Ugh! ...

“I congratulate you, young boy” from the film “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Slugworth tries to lure Charlie into going undercover. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Male. 1 Min. Written by: John August SLUGWORTH: I congratulate you, little boy. Well done. You ...

“Guys and Gidgets” from the film “Hairspray.” Corny Collins amps up his fellow performers. Comedic Monologue for Teen Male. 1 Min. Written by: Leslie Dixon CORNY: Now don’t forget, Guys and Gidgets: Our very first prime-time spectacular is coming up on ...

“Can of Vegetables” from the film “Wet Hot American Summer.” Gene introduces the camp to a new friend. 1-2 minutes. GENE: I wanna thank all of you for a terrific summer. Cooking for all you nice people has really helped me ...

“I pretended to be asleep from the film “Hall Pass.” Maggie explains why she’s giving her husband a hall pass. 1-2 min. MAGGIE: Remember last week when we went to Lucy’s award thing? That night when we got home, Rick and ...

“The work of a critic” from the film “Ratatouille.” Anton eats ratatouille and his world is changed. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Adult Male. 2 Min. Written by: Brad Bird, Bob Peterson, Katy Greenberg, and Emily Cook ANTON EGO: In many ways, the ...

“But it wasn’t a dream” from the film “Wizard of Oz.” Dorothy explains Oz to her family. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Female. 1 Min. Written by: Jack Haley, Robert Lahr, Yip Harburg, et. al. DOROTHY: But it wasn’t a dream. It ...

“Look around you” from the film “Tuck Everlasting.” Tuck wants to make sure Winnie knows what she’s getting into. Dramatic Monologue for Teen/Young Adult Male. 2 Min. Written by: Jeffrey Lieber, James V. Hart, and Natalie Babbitt Tuck: Look around you, ...