My Favourite Movie Speeches Till Date

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It looks quite cool to add keywords like ‘Movie Buff’ in social media profile, and I surely am one of those wana be cools. But on a serious note movies have been a good part of my life especially from the college days. Movies, just like books, usually play a key role in personality development.

I have learned a lot from  movies, listening to Rocky’s theme music make me run an extra mile on jogging track every other morning, I love to quote movies or at least follow the solution they have provided. And yes they also have been the source of motivation. Here I am sharing a list of my most favourite movie speeches till the time I am writing this. I am not ranking these therefore the order is pretty much random.

No more commentary from my end, enjoy the list and take a listen!

EMILIO ESTEVEZ IN ‘THE MIGHTY DUCKS’

ROBIN WILLIAMS IN ‘GOOD WILL HUNTING’

GENE HACKMAN IN ‘HOOSIERS’

TOM HANKS IN ‘SAVING PRIVATE RYAN’

ROBIN WILLIAMS IN ‘DEAD POETS SOCIETY’

SEAN PENN IN ‘MILK’

BRAD PITT IN ‘TROY’

SYLVESTER STALLONE IN ‘ROCKY BALBOA’

BILLY BOB THORNTON IN ‘FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS’

STEVE BUSCEMI IN ‘RESERVOIR DOGS’

RUSSELL CROWE IN ‘GLADIATOR’

DENZEL WASHINGTON IN ‘REMEMBER THE TITANS’

JACK NICHOLSON IN ‘MARS ATTACKS!’

CHARLES S. DUTTON IN ‘RUDY’

MATT DAMON IN ‘INVICTUS’

MICHAEL DOUGLAS IN ‘WALL STREET’

JOHN BELUSHI IN ‘ANIMAL HOUSE’

TREY PARKER IN ‘TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE’

AL PACINO IN ‘ANY GIVEN SUNDAY’

FRANK OZ IN ‘STAR WARS’

BILL PULLMAN IN ‘INDEPENDENCE DAY’

MEL GIBSON IN “BRAVEHEART”

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