Funny Movie Speeches From The 90's
The funny movie speeches from the 90's are often quoted and take us back in our memories to when we first saw the movie. Some of the funnier speeches take time to develop, but once they get going they are fun to watch. See how many of the funny movie speeches from the 90's that you have seen and how many of them you can recite from memory.
"Mrs. Doubtfire" Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) is a divorced father who wants to be able to see his kids, but his ex-wife (Sally Field) is standing in the way. He creates the character of nanny Mrs. Doubtfire in answer to an ad that his ex-wife places. Daniel stays with his kids constantly, but he also has to watch his ex-wife start to date the wealthy Stuart Dunmeyer (Pierce Brosnan). Everyone is at a swimming party at Stuart's club when Daniel, as Mrs. Doubtfire, decides to throw a lime at the back of Stuart's head. The resulting and rambling speech about a "drive by fruiting" is one of the funny movie speeches from the 90's.
"The Big Lebowski" When Donny (Steve Buschemi) dies, Walter (John Goodman) and The Dude ( Jeff Bridges) decide to cremate Donny and spread his ashes over his favorite ocean view spot. As Walter spreads the ashes, he delivers one of the funny movie speeches of the 90's as a eulogy to Donny. Somehow Viet Nam and everyone Walter hates winds up his eulogy, and the ashes wind up getting blown into the Dude's face.
"Wayne's World" Local perpetual teen and community access television star Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers) gives his best friend Garth Algar (Dana Carvey) some advice on what it feels like to be in love. As Wayne so eloquently puts it, "If you blow chunks and she comes back, she's yours."
"Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" Ace Ventura (Jim Carrey) "doesn't do humans" in his line of detective work. But his presentation on how the death of Miami Dolphins assistant coach Roger Podacter (Troy Evans) died from his high-rise apartment is one of the funniest movie speeches of any movie from the 90's.
"Clerks" There are so many funny speeches in "Clerks" (1994), that picking just one is difficult. But the funniest speech is when Randal (Jeff Anderson) places an order for a long list of twisted pornography titles from an adult movie catalog. Every one of the titles is just too adult to mention here, but the list put together is hilarious.