Network

Diane continually monologues about her views and life in college and such. Max keeps asking questions, then she cuts him off and takes him home.

Network

Diane argues with Hacket to put Frank back on the air after his historic meltdown.

Network

Howard's famous rant about the power of the TV, then screams at everyone to turn it off.

Network

Howard's famous rant, mad as hell and I'm not (f-ing) gonna take it anymore

Network

Howard gets tired of the bullshit, and talks about the voice tasking him.

Network

Aurthur Jensens oscar nominated (best supporting 1977) speech. This was the only scene he was in in the movie. Could have a Howard there if you want.

Network

Diana pitches her "crazy" ideas to Max, gives him the heads-up on his future at the network, and then coerces him into having dinner.

Network

Diana rants about the future of the network and throws out ideas on capitalizing on urban guerrilla warfare. Then she threatens to fire everyone if they don't shape up.

Nina Takes A Lover

Nina and the photographer are two married people having an affair. Nina has spent the night at the photographer’s studio. She gets up and goes through his slides, not expecting to find what she finds.

Nina Takes A Lover

Nina and the photographer both live in San Francisco. They are both married and are having an affair with each other. He is British; she’s American. He travels the world; she owns a shoe boutique. They have been seeing each other for a short time when ...

Nine Lives

Two estranged sisters reunite after a long while and discuss their rocky upbringing. Something drastic must be done, and until the end of the scene, it is unclear what that is.

Nine to Five

In these 2 scenes, the 3 women discuss how much they detest their boss because of how he treats them. They then begin to consider revenge.

No Looking Back

Claudia still lives in the small working class Long Island town where she grew up. She works as a waitress in the local diner and never acted upon her dreams of getting out and doing something better with her life. Charlie is her ex-boyfriend; he has re ...

No Such Thing

Beatrice is a tabloid journalist whose fiancé is killed by a monster in Iceland. Icelandic villagers have left her at the monster's doorstep as a sacrifice, and she meets the monster for the first time. He is not at all what she expected.

Norma Rae

Norma argues with her husband Sonny about the house work she doesn't do because of her doing what she thinks is right.

Norma Rae

In a bar, Norma Rae gets to know her 2 guys better - Sonny, her future husband, and Reuben, the union organizer. We also learn a little bit about her past.

Notting Hill

William sneaks into Annie's hotel room under the lie that he is a reporter for the magazine "Horses and Hounds." While he wants to see her, whenever the assistant comes into the room he needs to act like he is the reporter.

Nuts

Levinsky meets Claudia for the first time. He has been assigned to her case. She wants to stand trial even though everyone thinks she is incompetent. Levinsky starts to believe she can stand trial, and she convinces him she's up for it.

Nuts

Claudia is asked whether or not she loves her mother in court, and monologues on what she thinks about love, and how it's too much and not enough at the same time.

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