Sorkinisms – A Supercut

by Cap'n Carrot on June 27, 2012 · 0 comments

in Television

Longtime fans of Aaron Sorkin will recognize the writer has recycled plot points and dialogue on several of his television and movie scripts, but if you’ve only casually watched Sorkin’s work you might not realize how much of the author’s voice comes across from simple phrases (“look at my face,” “I’m not other people,” “not for nothing,” “eat ’em up,” “and you know it,” “bet your ass,” “what do you want from me?”) to large points (such as a character’s father having a secret affair for 28 years).

Sorkinisms – A Supercut

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