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#1 Posted by MedalOfMode (294 posts) -

Share yours best!

#2 Posted by crow13 (146 posts) -

http://youtu.be/Oo9buo9Mtos

#3 Edited by believer258 (12204 posts) -

Sappy... but classic:

Also:

EDIT: Well, what kinda son of a bitch put fart noises in the Full Metal Jacket video? Also I should probably pick some random Full Metal Panic video just so I can have all three Full Metal's in my post./EDIT

As well as the scene in the original Full Metal Alchemist where Ed tells Rose that alchemists are the closest things to gods there are. I just think that particular part is such a defining character moment and is really important to the way he develops as a character, and it's all compacted in one little speech. Unfortunately, I don't think it's on Youtube. EDIT: Ah! Well, here's the full episode, but the link goes directly to the part I'm talking about.

#4 Posted by joshthebear (2700 posts) -
#5 Posted by meaninoflife42 (554 posts) -

The best line of dialogue from any movie from last year.

#6 Posted by MikeW1980UK (75 posts) -

I've always like this bit in Fargo

#7 Posted by Epidehl (328 posts) -

@believer258 said:

Sappy... but classic:

Literally just finished watching this movie and came in here to post this, weird.

Can't think of any movie ones of the top of my head, but this from Justice League Unlimited has always been a favorite:

#8 Posted by BillyTheKid (486 posts) -

Not my favorite but pretty good stuff.

#9 Posted by OfficeGamer (1086 posts) -

Obligatory Pulp Fiction and Big Lebowski shout out

#10 Posted by BaneFireLord (2957 posts) -

Not a dialog, per se, but I'm going to share it anyway. 
  

#11 Edited by living4theday258 (677 posts) -

no movie dialog comes to mind but this on the other hand does.

at about 40 seconds the part im talking about ends.

#12 Posted by Sooty (8082 posts) -
#13 Posted by natetodamax (19220 posts) -

The first hour of Full Metal Jacket.

#14 Posted by Tearhead (2214 posts) -

Seeing a lot of monologues in here claiming to be dialogues. My personal favourite is Glengarry Glen Ross, which makes the act of speaking and dialogue a fucking artform.

#15 Edited by Pr1mus (3950 posts) -

Skip to 41:30.

Also that dub is way better than the one i have... but i still prefer the french version anyway. Still holding onto my VHS tape of this movie :D

#16 Posted by GunstarRed (5477 posts) -
#17 Posted by Revolver (84 posts) -

I just think its funny

#18 Posted by crusader8463 (14429 posts) -

The movie didn't do much for me, but this scene has always stuck out in my memory for some reason.

#19 Edited by RedCream (694 posts) -

"Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things and no good thing ever dies."

Hell this ain't exactly a dialogue but I'll post it anyways.

#20 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3245 posts) -

All of Clerks.

#21 Posted by TheHumanDove (2523 posts) -
#22 Posted by SuperCycle (333 posts) -

I'm not a big fan of Quentin Tarantino or Kevin Smith, but I do think they write some really good dialogue. I'm thinking of the Scene between Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken in True Romance as being a really well written and well acted scene. It's badass.

#23 Posted by ShadowConqueror (3086 posts) -

Anything Mark Wahlberg, Jack Nicholson, or Alec Baldwin say in The Departed.

#24 Posted by TheHumanDove (2523 posts) -

@SuperCycle said:

I'm not a big fan of Quentin Tarantino or Kevin Smith, but I do think they write some really good dialogue. I'm thinking of the Scene between Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken in True Romance as being a really well written and well acted scene. It's badass.

One step ahead of you

#25 Posted by SuperCycle (333 posts) -

@TheHumanDove: Two steps actually, you went to the trouble to actually find the clip and post it. I was far to lazy to do that... Plus I have no idea how to post videos.

#26 Posted by C0V3RT (1380 posts) -
#27 Posted by Deranged (1859 posts) -

Anything from a Tarantino film :P

#28 Edited by Raven10 (1924 posts) -

Tons of lines from Titanic. Easily the world's most quotable movie for me. Also most any dialogue in A Clockwork Orange. Tons from The Dark Knight. The plastic bag scene from American Beauty. A lot of lines in Forrest Gump. Daniel Day Lewis in anything. I could watch that guy act all day even if his role was to sit silently and watch paint dry. His dialogue in Lincoln was glorious as was his stuff in There Will Be Blood and Gangs of New York. The opening scene of Kids. A lot of stuff from The Lion King. Not a movie, but any of the skits from the classic Looney Tunes shows. The Road to Perdition has some great stuff. Apollo 13 as well. A Beautiful Mind has a lot of great stuff. The opening scene of Precious. Any words written by Mel Brooks. A Raisin In the Sun has some classic ones as well as Death of a Salesman. Into the Wild. Dead Poets Society. Also, hate me if you want, but I love the writing in Juno.

And a special mention to the incredible 12 Angry Men. Seriously the whole movie is nothing but 12 guys sitting in a room talking. It is 100% dialogue. And it is fantastic.

EDIT: Forgot maybe my favorite piece of dialogue ever in a movie. In Doubt the scene with Meryl Streep and Viola Davis just rocked my world.

#29 Posted by PSNgamesun (414 posts) -

The entire Goodfellas movie, also Aliens Bill Paxton always provides the goods. Also You've Got Mail has some charming dialogue, Terminator 2 has some kool lines.

#30 Posted by DarthOrange (3906 posts) -

All of Pulp Fiction. 
  

#31 Edited by NTM (7546 posts) -

"Your parents death was not your fault... It was your fathers... Anger does not change the fact that your father failed to act."

"The man had a gun."

"Would that stop you?"

"I've had training."

"Training is nothing!... The will to act."

"Yield."

"You haven't beaten me. You've sacrificed sure-footing for a killing stroke."

Anyways, that may not be the best, but it sprung to mind since I watched some it the other night, the whole father part. Anyone know the film?

#32 Posted by bushpusherr (852 posts) -

The Big Lebowski representation seriously out of proportion here. That entire movie is a treasure.

#33 Edited by dgtlty (168 posts) -
#34 Edited by TheHT (11798 posts) -

@NTM: Batman Begins

The entire "The MAN from OKINAWA" chapter is high among my absolute favourite things Tarantino's done.

#35 Posted by mylifeforAiur (3489 posts) -
#36 Edited by Neonie (438 posts) -

Pretty much the entirety of the Kill Bill movies.

#37 Posted by OfficeGamer (1086 posts) -

@Neonie: @TheHT: I had a Tarantino marathon a few days ago and I think I agree. Kill Bill's dialogue maybe wasn't as 'smart' as other Tarantino movies, but damn it had style.

#38 Posted by SlashDance (1843 posts) -

@dgtlty said:

Oh dude, that movie.

#39 Edited by Meltac (2009 posts) -

@bushpusherr: @mylifeforAiur: @SlashDance: Yes, yes and yes!

And how has Reservoir Dogs not been mentioned yet? All of that movie is gold.

#40 Posted by Tylea002 (2295 posts) -

ALL THE LINES in Glengarry Glen Ross, because obviously.

Not to say I don't hold a special place in my heart for Clerks, though.

#41 Posted by Ksaw (353 posts) -

@TheHumanDove: Beat me to it. Great scene.

#42 Posted by probablytuna (3827 posts) -

God damn poetry.

#43 Posted by NTM (7546 posts) -
#44 Posted by MB (13134 posts) -

I can't find it on YouTube, probably taken down due to copyright violation, but the restaurant scene in Heat between DeNiro and Pacino is the best scene in all of film in my opinion. If you haven't seen that movie, I demand that you go watch it immediately and then report back here with the results.

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#45 Posted by Kaineda77 (134 posts) -

@C0V3RT:

I hadn't wachted Gremlins in...two decades probably and then the other day I stumbled upon it just to experience the glory of that dialog. Holy shit.

#46 Posted by Meltac (2009 posts) -

@probablytuna said:

God damn poetry.

God, how could I forget that movie..

#47 Posted by Sweep (8983 posts) -

I thought the bag scene in Django was masterful.

And anything from The Life Of Brian is gold:

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#48 Edited by joshthebear (2700 posts) -

@MB said:

I can't find it on YouTube, probably taken down due to copyright violation, but the restaurant scene in Heat between DeNiro and Pacino is the best scene in all of film in my opinion. If you haven't seen that movie, I demand that you go watch it immediately and then report back here with the results.

Yes, yes, yes.

#49 Posted by Bourbon_Warrior (4523 posts) -

Movies need more Joe Pesci

#50 Posted by Bourbon_Warrior (4523 posts) -