This is a list of dramatic scenes from movies, television shows, plays and books.
Top 100 Drama Movies. Best of Rotten Tomatoes. Movies with 40 or more critic reviews vie for their place in history at Rotten Tomatoes. Eligible movies are ranked based on their Adjusted Scores. Mac and Devin go to high school full movie Gaurenteed full movie!!
|1||'500 Days of Summer'||Marc Webb||They meet after Summer is married|
|2||500 Days of Summer||Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber||Tom meets Summer after she got married|
|3||A Stranger Among Us||Robert J. Avrech||Emily confronts Ariel in the middle of the night|
|4||A Streetcar Named Desire' by Tennessee Williams||Tennesse Williams||Stanley Kowalsky confronts Stella about her sister Blanche'|
|5||Alfred Hitchcock Presents||Robert C. Dennis||Frank and Mildred Partridge scheme to con the insurance company by having Mildre|
|6||All Quiet on the Western Front||Maxwell Anderson and George Abbott from the novel by Erich Maria Remarque||Why did we go to war again?|
|7||Almost Famous||Cameron Crowe||William confronts Penny Lane regarding her relationship with Russel Hammond|
|8||An Affair to Remember||Alfred Hayes||Nickie comes to confront Terry and find out why she didn't make their scheduled|
|9||An Affair to Remember||Alfred Hayes||Nickie comes to confront Terry and find out why she didn't make their scheduled|
|10||Another Woman||Woody Allen||Why are we afraid to be alone with each other?|
|11||Another Woman||Woody Allen||Marion and her first husband argue about the fact that Marion had an abortion|
|12||another woman||woody allen||dramatic|
|13||Casino||Nicholas Pileggi||Nicky Santoro and Sam Rothstain's confrontation in the desert|
|14||Cry of the City||Richard Murphy and Ben Hecht||Martin Rome negotiates a deal with Rose Givens|
|15||Dinner With Friends||Margulies||Between man and wife|
|16||Edward II||Christopher Marlowe||Edward II has to separate from his friend and lover Gaveston|
|17||Entourage||Doug Ellin and Ally Musika||Vincent fires E|
|18||Entourage||Doug Ellin and Rob Weiss||Ari confronts Amanda to make amends but it ends up with an argument|
|19||Father William||Lewis Carroll||You are old, father William|
|20||Full Metal Jacket||Stanley Kubrick, Michael Herr and Gustav Hasford from the novel 'The Short Timers' by Gustav Hasford||Master Gunnery Sergeant Hartman 'welcomes' the recruits to the Marines training|
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Best suited for ages 12-18.
Here are enough short practice scenes for up to 40 students with no repeats!
Young actors often focus on line delivery rather than listening to their scene partner. These original one-page scripts are designed to help your older students learn to focus on their fellow actor and practice using natural-sounding dialogue. The scenes are self-contained (no play analysis needed), and there is plenty of room for interpretation and individual character development.
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- Step-by-step instructions for a lesson in listening and responding.
- Feedback questions for performances.
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- Twenty, one-page scripts. Plus two bonus three-person scenes in case you have an odd number of students!
Example Scene: The Bargain
A: I’ll give you a dollar for it.
B: No way. I told you that it was twenty dollars.
A: But I only have a dollar.
How do i use the history export in chrome for the mac. B: You do realize that I’ve come all the way down here to sell this to you.
B: And I told you up front that the price was twenty dollars.
B: And you are offering me one dollar?
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A: That is correct.
B: Why on earth would I sell this to you for a dollar?
A: Well, the way I see it, there are no other buyers.
B: I turned the other offers down because you told me that you would buy it for twenty dollars.
A: Right. So, they’re no longer in the picture. Now you have an item that no one else wants, which brings it down in value.
B: You’re crazy.
A: I’m doing you a favor by taking this basically worthless thing off your hands.
B: Let’s not waste each other’s time. I’ll give it to you for fifteen dollars and we’ll call it good.
A: I only have a dollar.
B: I’m outta here.
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A: Wait. I’ll give you ten.
B: You just said you only had a dollar.
A: In this pocket. I have nine more in this other pocket.
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B: Oh, for Pete’s sake. Just give me the ten dollars.
A:(Fumbles for money…while B hands over the item, which drops and breaks.) Uh oh.
B: Hand over the ten dollars.
A: Sorry. I don’t want it now.
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