The 5 Most Powerful Pre-Murder Monologues In Film

Submitted by: SaintPatty 9 years ago in Entertainment
http://www.alwayswatching.org/features/top-5-pre-murder-monologues

When murderers talk before they kill, they"re usually really profound, funny and/or tragic. Here are the best of "em.
There are 34 comments:
Female 1,269
you gotta love Christian Bale

"Is that a rain-coat?"
"Yes!It is! ^_^" lol

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Male 713
American Psycho is definitely a favorite
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Male 992
Here is the best "Pre-Murder Monologue" ever!!!

Commando (1985)

Matrix-"Sully, remember when I promised to kill you last?"

Sully-"That`s right, Matrix, you did!"

Matrix-"I lied."

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Male 4,393
Pulp Fiction is sssssoooooo coool and bad a$$...
;-)
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Female 131
what, no "Why Mr. Anderson, Why, Why, Why do you persist?!?"

But then again, he didn`t actually kill him...

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Male 27
No Boondock Saints?
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Male 645
Ahh, Had to figure Pulp Fiction would be in there.
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Male 1,254
Day-Lewis was amazing in There Will Be Blood. The whole scene with him and Eli at the end was so dynamic. Its been such a long time since I`ve been so impressed from a movie.

Can`t wait for it to come out on DVD.

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Female 252
Pretty good list but I`d add a few more of the QT`s
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Male 98
I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE!!!! I DRINK IT ALL UP!!!!
o and i also really like when he says his straw reaches all the way across the room into the other guys milkshake :-p i think there will be bloods is funniest
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Male 98
am i the only one here that hasnt seen pulp fiction...
thought so
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Male 741
Pretty damn boring.
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Female 1,002
Was I supposed to laugh at most of them?
Hmm...maybe I just find violence funny.
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Male 1,265
I knew American Psycho would be in here. Adolescents wanting to be considered big, bad, and scary eat that poo up.
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Male 625
know every word of the pulp fiction scene. one of the best scenes in film.
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Male 95
HAHA !
Franksuicide, silly silly XP.
I love the Pulp fiction ones.
especially the Ezekiel Passage.
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Male 81
Daniel Plainveiw may Drink your milkshake. But I have one lingering question.................Dose it bring all the boys to the yard?......(Im sorry)
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Male 41
Daniel Plainview would be the worst to sit next to at a dairy queen
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Female 313
-Does he look like a bitch?
- :-/ w...what?
- BOOM!

Gotta love Sammuel L Jackson :D

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Female 1,211
ENGLISH, MOTHERF***ER! DO YOU SPEAK IT!
Heh, yeah.. I know I wanted to scream this a few times when I worked at best buy.
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Female 44
This was awesome. Pulp Fiction and American Psycho are both awesome movies!
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Male 10,440
Ok first of all there aren`t 5, second they are waaay too long, I don`t want to wait 6 minutes for a line, no matter how awesome it is, which it wasn`t. None of them were that good.
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Male 54
I love American Psycho. Christian Bale is brilliant.
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Male 815
yeah i just watched all of those... they were alll pretty good movies...... i mean pulp fiction ftw though...

and there will be blood was also excellent if you kinda like character driven stories

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Male 970
donz know these movies exept for pulp fiction
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Male 300
Go figure Pulp Fiction gets 2.

Quentin Tarantino rules !!!!!!!!!

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Male 2,159
DO THEY SPEAK ENGLISH IN WHAT?!!

Classic.

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Male 724
The Milk Shake Monologue from There Will Be Blood is FTW...
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Male 2,113
fail
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Male 1,455
This pulp fiction version of "what" is way better and funnier; http://youtube.com/watch?v=u0A_6JBsIao
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Male 602
When I saw the title, I knew pulp fiction would be here.
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Male 128
pulp fiction rules...love the part where ving rhames shoots zac in the crotch

heh heh hehe heh (peter griffin laugh) yay first

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Male 970
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