“Sorkinisms” – A SuperCut of Dialogue, Recurring Phrases and Plot Lines from Aaron Sorkin

sorkinismsIf you’re a fan of Aaron Sorkin – and if not, why aren’t you? – you’ll enjoy this supercut of ‘Sorkinisms’ from Kevin Porter.

From his YouTube page: “This video is a tribute to the work of Aaron Sorkin: the recycled dialogue, recurring phrases, and familiar plot lines. This is not intended as a critique but rather a playful excursion through Sorkin’s wonderful world of words. Scenes taken from: Malice, A Few Good Men, Bulworth, Sports Night, The West Wing, Studio 60, Charlie Wilson’s War, The Social Network, & Tom Hanks 1993 Oscar Speech for some reason”

Check it out below and follow Kevin at KevinTPorter on Twitter!

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