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Inglourious Basterds Movie (2009)

I am Lt. Aldo Raine and I’ve collected a group of eight Jewish-American soldiers. The armada is happening soon and we will drop into France as civilians, dressed to blend in. Once we’re in, we are doin’ one thing, and one thing only – killin’ Nazis as a bushwhackin’ guerrilla army. Every one of those […] Read more

Interview with a Seagull

A seagull is being interviewed at the beach when his seagull friends see someone unwrapping a turkey sandwich. Do you have any idea how tough it is to be a seagull? The competition is fierce, and you gotta fight for every scrap! Oh, hang on, inbound sandwich! Ugh, bummer, missed my chance. And with these […] Read more

Interview with a Seagull 2

Interview with a seagull while his gull friends eyeball a man on the beach with a box of chicken wings: So, what’s it like bein’ a seagull? Sometimes it’s a challenge for sure! It’s TOUGH, TOUGH! Sometimes I have to move super quick and at a moment’s notice. One moment please. (quick pause) WING! Chicken […] Read more

Ivar Boneless

Ivar Boneless was the son of a Viking hero and legendary Danish and Swedish king, Ragnar Lodbrok who was a well-known figure of Viking Age Old Norse poetry and Icelandic sagas. He is famous in traditional literature for conducting raids against the Holy Roman Empire and the British Isles in the ninth century. Ragnar, meaning […] Read more

Jack Daniel Distillery

Lynchburg, Tennessee is a safe and quiet place and home to the Jack Daniel Distillery. You can park anywhere and talk to anyone, or fill a tin bucket with wild blackberries. You can also see the oldest registered distillery in the United States and a destination on the National Register of Historic Places. It is […] Read more

Jack Knight Intro for Bluebeard’s Castle

I never knew my father, but his secret is bringing a curse upon me, Jack Knight. I had many questions, so I wrote my Aunt Emily for answers. I told her about my nightmares in which I was a monster, tearing out the hearts of innocent women. It was more than a dream, and my aunt […] Read more

JFK and the Navy

John F. Kennedy joined the Naval Reserves in 1941 after graduating from Harvard University. He volunteered for PT (patrol, torpedo) boats during World War II and commanded a series of them in the Pacific theater. When his PT-109 was cut in half by a speeding Japanese destroyer he was thrown down into the cockpit and […] Read more

Joker Monologue – Batman

Do I look like a guy with a plan, Harvey? The mob has plans. I don’t have a plan. The cops have plans. I am a dog chasing cars. I wouldn’t know what to do with one if I caught it. I just do things. You know what I am, Harvey? I am just the […] Read more

Joker’s Madness Monologue

Memory is so treacherous. One minute you are lounging in childhood delights, carnival sounds, and the madness of puberty, and the next you are in a nightmare. Someplace cold and dark, filled with things you would rather forget, damp morphing shapes and sounds. Memories can be brutish and repulsive, and vile like children. But we […] Read more

Joker’s Scars Story to Gambul

In the 2008 film, The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger plays The Joker, an iconic villain and “agent of chaos.” After telling his chilling story about how he got his facial scars, the phrase “why so serious” is elevated to trademark creepy. Here’s a version of his speech to bring out your very own supervillain. As […] Read more