Sarahs Story to Toby at the Start of Labyrinth

At the start of the film Sarah tells Toby a story, and it’s a story which seems to become far more familiar as the movie continues. It’s not necessarily a direct echo of her own existence but you can certainly see the parallels between this short story and the rest of the movie as it […]

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The Words Sarah Must Recite in the Labyrinth to Defeat Jareth

There is a speech which Sarah gives at the start of the film and it is the same one which she must recite again at the end of the film in order to defeat Jareth and be free of the labyrinth, however there is a difference between the two speeches, as she leaves out the […]

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Bill’s (David Carradine) Superman Monologue in Kill Bill Vol. 2

Just in case you have some how still never seen these films – spoiler alert! This monologue comes when the bride finally catches up to Bill and he has a very interesting way of describing to her, who she really is and what it was she was trying to achieve. Using super heroes and showing […]

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Independence Day Speech by President Whitmore

There are a few things about this speech which are going to be hard for anyone to deny. Firstly Independence Day has to be one of the absolute best alien invasion movies ever made… Secondly President Thomas J. Whitmore as portrayed by Bill Pullman is easily one of the best movie presidents ever to grace […]

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V for Vendetta Revolutionary / Television Broadcast Speech

The speech which V gives in V for Vendetta to the people of Britain over the emergency broadcast system by hijacking the television signal is a call to arm for revolution in a society which he sees as being broken. It is centered around the 5th November which is steeped in revolutionary history in England, […]

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Samuel L. Jackson’s Monologue at the End of Pulp Fiction (Ezekiel 25:17)

Possibly the most intense scene and for me one of the most hair raising monologues in cinema history (purely due to the way it is perfectly executed by Samuel L. Jackson) is when Vincent and Jules are in the apartment at the start of the film, and Jules recites what is essentially his last rights […]

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