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  • Her three pieces, titled "soliloquoy" are again taken directly from films--Clint Eastwood, Jack Nicholson, and Sharon Stone.

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  • The protagonist is an immortal antihero who talks to his own disembodied soul, and even goes all soliloquoy at one point:

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  • A soliloquoy and a demonstration of his strength of 5 men super strength or two later, and there is one hood left.

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  • Craig Bazan, a student at Camden's Creative Arts HS, so inspired a visiting film professional that he recorded Craig in a vacant lot, reciting Hamlet's soliloquoy, and posted it to YouTube.

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  • I remember memorizing that whole soliloquoy once, but I can't recite it anymore; for some reason, I've forgotten it.

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  • Condensing the speaking parts of one actor Brietz constructs quite a powerful soliloquoy.

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  • In response to the question "Why are you making me take steps to protect my information," he responded with a long soliloquoy on "serendipitous connections."

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  • Aaron Lazar is more than just window dressing, Marsha Mason is actually adorable, and Andre de Shields turns in a wonderful soliloquoy about relationships that is more than just last-minute relief to the audience (a la "Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat" in that tedious revival), but truly an enjoyable moment of theatre all its own.

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  • The little scene at the end of the film feels forced and unnatural, especially after all that's come before it, with Felix's wind up soliloquoy when he thinks Murray is talking on the phone to his wife, feeling especially false.

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