Film

“I’m such a good friend” From the Film “Mean Girls.” Gretchen finally snaps and tells the truth about Regina. Comedic Monologue For Teen Female Actor. 1 Min. Written by: Tina Fey GRETCHEN: I mean, if you even knew how mean she really ...

“We’ve both lost somebody” From “Footloose The Musical.” Ren has a heart-to-heart with Reverand Shaw. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Male. 1 Min. Written by: Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie REN: We both are. You and me. We’ve both lost somebody. ...

“This isn’t a summer thing” From the Movie “The Notebook.” Allie is done with Noah for the time being. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Female. 1 Min. Written by: Jeremy Leven ALLIE: (Allie puts two fingers together) We’re like this, remember? ...

“I want to read you all something” From the Film “Captain Fantastic.” Ben brings his kids to their mother’s funeral. 2-3 min. Written by: Matt Ross BEN: I’ll take that as my cue, if I may. First off, Leslie practiced Buddhism. Which, ...

“I always wanted to have my name in all the papers.”from the film “Chicago.” In this monologue Roxie Hart narrates stories of her relationships to an imaginary audience. Ideal for Young Adults ranging from 20-35. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Bill Condon ...

“You can understand me? Like hell you can.” from the film “Youth.” Lena tells her father how she feels about him. Ideal for Adult Females ranging from 20-35. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Paolo Sorrentino Lena: You can understand me? Like hell ...

“Blood Brothers” from the film “The Hangover.” Everybody gives a speech to congratulate the groom. This is Alan’s speech, at the end of which he takes out a knife and cuts his hand…. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 20-35. 1-2 ...

“I chose something else” From the Film “Trainspotting.” Renton’s Opening Monologue VO. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Male Actor. 2 Min. Written by: Irvine Welsh and John Hodge RENTON: “Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a ...

“I’m a dwarf who sells used cars” From the Film “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” James is frustrated on a date with Mildred. Dramatic Monologue For Young Adult Male. 1 Min. JAMES: “Why would I want to do it another night? You’ve ...

“Diz told me…” From the Movie “The Name of the Game is Kill. Nan tells Sym the story of when her father left her family. Dramatic Monologue For Female Kid. 3 Min. Written by: Gary Crutcher NAN: I’m sorry. I’m ...

“I really loved her” From the Movie “The Hot Spot.” Gloria tells Harry how she got blackmailed. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Female. 2-3 Min. Written by: Nona Tyson and Charles Williams GLORIA: “Remember I..I started to tell you about…about ...

“You were nothing before you met me” From the Film “Heathers.” Heather tells her frenemy Veronica that she needs to watch herself. Comedic monologue for teen female. <1 min. Written by: Daniel Waters HEATHER CHANDLER – You were nothing before you met ...

“This isn’t a game” From the Movie “Ready Player One.” Art3mis speaks about living inside an illusion. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Male Actor. 1 Min. Written By: Ernest Cline Art3mis: “This isn’t a game, Z. I’m doing this to stop ...

“Shot him in the neck” From the Film “Three Kings.” Archie tries to tell the members of his team what it’s like to get shot. 1-2 min. Written by: David O. Russell ARCHIE: Shot him in the neck, didn’t you? Do ...

“Wanna know how I got these scars?” From the Film “The Dark Knight.” The Joker describes how he got his scars. Dramatic monologue for Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Christopher Nolan, David S. Goyer, and Jonathan Nolan JOKER: ...

“Times were different then” From the Film “Interview with the Vampire.” Louis reveals how he met a vampire. Dramatic monologue for Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Anne Rice LOUIS DE POINTE DU LAC: 1791 was the year it ...

“And I think we should get married” From the Film “Fools Rush In.” Alex finally decides that Isabel is the one he loves. Comedic monologue for Adult Male Actor. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Katherine Reback and Joan Taylor ALEX: This afternoon, ...

“While I was institutionalized” From the Film “12 Monkeys.” Jeffrey tries to explain to the other patients what he’s gone through. Dramatic monologue for Adult Male. 2-3 Min. Written by: Chris Marker, David Webb Peoples, and Janet Peoples JEFFREY: WHO CARES ...

“A little story about a girl named Megan” from the film “Bridesmaids”- Megan tries to set Annie straight. Comedic monologue for adult female. 1-2 min. Written by Annie Mumolo & Kristen Wiig MEGAN: I think you’re ready to hear a little story about ...

“It’s a good non-specific symptom” from the film “FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF” – Ferris Bueller’s intro monologue. Comedic Monologue For Teen Male Actor. 1-2 Min. Written by: John Hughes Ferris Bueller: “The key to faking out the parents is the clammy ...