Thursday, July 03, 2008

Thursday Thirteen #65-The Movie Speech One


Thirteen Terrific Movie Moments


Maybe ya need a little inspiration to get going, or to clean that grill, or to open your next bottle of vodka. Whatever it is, I hope I help.

1.James Earl Jones in Field of Dreams




2.Scent of a Woman



3.George C Scott was Patton



4.A Few Good Men



5.Remember the Titans-Defense



6.The American President-Press Conference



7.Good Will Hunting, The NSA Speech



8.Dogma-In the Boardroom



9.The Wedding Crashers



10-Freedom from Braveheart



11.Spiderpig



12.Tiny Dancer from Almost Famous



13.Pulp Fiction Hamburgers





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8 comments:

Carol said...

Some very memorable scenes in this list. Good 13!

amy said...

HOly cow, great list. I didnt participate but I actually love most of these. Dogma is a fab movie, wedding crashers so so many one liner and speeches!

Great job!

Bond said...

I can't see them at work, but I know just about every one (and the scenes not specifically identified I can imagine which ones you used)

HAPPY 4TH TO YOU AND MRS. DUCK!

Jenny McB said...

I got stuck on Scent of a Woman, just because Al Pacino is one of the best. What an actor. Now I got to go back and watch a few of the others. But I have to admit, I just didn't get Pulp fiction....
Happy Fourth!

Denise Patrick said...

I haven't seen most of these, but these clips were really good. I may have to check a few of them out.

Happy TT!

Firefly mom said...

I love that scene from Dogma! No matter how many times I watch it I LMAO.

Angie said...

Nice list. All of them from good movies too. :D
Have a great day!

The Gal Herself said...

Just when I thought you had a perfect wacked-out holiday list that couldn't get any better, I land on #13. Ah, Pulp Fiction! I would have preferred Bruce Willis asking about the pancakes and then explaining where he got the chopper, but that's such a minor quibble with your major list. Happy 4th!