7 Greatest Monologues In Movie History

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Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) - SonyLiv

It's a beautiful exercise in humanistic nihilism.  Ke Huy Quan's Monologue "In Anther Life" puts the masculinity debate to an end. The "Kindness is not a weakness" concept is put together beautifully. Pretty Life-Changing.

Scarface (1983) - JioCinema

Tony Montana's Monologue: In this iconic scene, Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino, delivers a chilling monologue as he confronts his enemies with fiery determination.

Chak De! India (2007) - Prime Video

Coach Kabir Khan's Speech: Shah Rukh Khan's delivery of lines like "Sattar minute" as Coach Kabir Khan resonates deeply, igniting the team's spirit and rallying them to overcome obstacles, making it an unforgettable cinematic momen

Fight Club (1999) - Prime Video

Tyler Durden's "You are not your job" Monologue: In "Fight Club," Brad Pitt's character, Tyler Durden, delivers a thought-provoking monologue challenging societal norms and the pursuit of material wealth.

Sophie's Choice (1982) - Prime Video Rent

Sophie's Confession Monologue: Meryl Streep's portrayal of Sophie Zawistowski includes a heart-wrenching monologue where she reveals her devastating past during World War II. The scene is one of the greatest in cinematic history.

Pyaar Ka Punchnama (2011) - Netflix

Rajat's Monologue: In this comedic yet poignant scene, Rajat, played by Kartik Aaryan, delivers a lengthy monologue expressing the frustrations of men in relationships. Aaryan's rapid-fire delivery and relatable grievances struck a chord with audiences, making it a viral sensation.

Trainspotting (1996) - Prime Video

In its iconic opening sequence, the film launches a diatribe against consumerism and the dystopian reality of late capitalism: “Choose life"