Movie Monologues for Men
Movie monologues for men
1) Monty Brogan curses everybody and everything
A monologue from the Film "25th Hour" by David Benioff

Monty Brogan, a drug dealer who is about to start a 7 year sentence after being arrested by the DEA, is in his last day of freedom. He is in a bathroom and after seeing a "fuck you" message written on a mirror, he loses cursing everything and everybody

2) Tom Hansen's love monologue
A monologue from the Film "500 Days of Summer" by Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber

Tom Hansen is a young greeting card writer who has a relationship with a girl called Summer. When their relationship ends up not working out, Summer proposes to just be friends. Tom reaches the bottom. In this scene he is in a meeting in his job. He is asked to give a presentation but he loses it, bashes everybody and his job, saying how useless it is and quits

3) Did you order the code red Col Jessup?
A monologue from the Film "A Few Good Men" by Aaron Sorkin

After being pressured by a young lawyer whether he ordered the "code red" that led to the death of private Santiago, Col Jessup gives this monologue on the responsibilities of his job and what it takes to keep the country safe

4) Comedian Alvy Singer's view of life
A monologue from the Film "Annie Hall" by Woody Allen

This movie monologue opens the film "Annie Hall" as Woody Allen gives us his depressing view of life that is here expressed in a funny and neurotic stream of consciousness monologue.

5) Bill "The Butcher"'s monologue about the dead rabbit
A monologue from the Film "Gangs of New York" by Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian and Kenneth Lonergan

Amsterdam Vallon, to defy the man who is responsible of his father's death, Bill "The Butcher", hangs a dead rabbit in the middle of "Five Points". In this neurotic monologue, Bill "The Butcher" asks a corrupt cop to punish whoever is responsible of the rabbit's death