I feel writing nice dialogue could be very arduous. Usually it sounds pretend, pressured, inappropriate, too lengthy or too quick, and so on. However some motion pictures get it proper. And you are feeling you’ll watch the film only for the dialogue.
I recall being impressed by a number of the dialogue in Good Will Searching, which felt actual to my ears (I don't understand how else to say it). One other one I like is Moneyball, scenes the place Pitt's character is discussing issues with these older guys who’re simply against his views:
Once more, the whole lot right here felt excellent to me.
Anyone else focused on memorable dialogues from good motion pictures?
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