10 Classic Yelling Scenes In Movies Without Al Pacino


It’s been a while but perhaps you guys might remember us doing a post called “The Evolution of Al Pacino’s Voice.”  It’s been a hell of a road for the actor now most famous for his screaming antics in film.  Which reminds me how awesome the use of yelling really is in movies.  Some of the most famous lines ever were uttered by the use of a scream.

But in all honesty it’s tough to compare screams outside of Al Pacino (and to a lesser extent Samuel L. Jackson).  So we’ve gone out and located 10 awesome yelling scenes in movies sans Al Pacino.

Enjoy the clips!

“Ezekiel 25:17” –  Pulp Fiction


Easily one of the most recognizable yelling scenes ever.

“Everyone” – The Professional

Gary Oldman is a very good yeller when he needs to be.

“Yeah! Get Em a Body Bag!” – Karate Kid

I think I’ve said this line at least 1000 times in my life.

Khaaaan! – Star Trek 2: Wrath of Khan

I always think of the show Seinfeld when I hear this line.

“Freedom!” – Braveheart


The word “freedom” definitely changed after this movie.  As in people would always think of Gibson screaming it when they said the word.

“This is Sparta!” – 300


The amount of mixes and parody made from this line is endless.

“Yes They Deserve to Die and I Hope They Burn in Hell!” – A Time to Kill

It’s impossible to have an article like this without featuring Samuel Jackson more than once.

“I’m Mad as Hell and I’m Not going to Take it Anymore!” – Network

Some of you young folks out there might not know this line but it’s one of the most famous rants in the history of cinema.

“You Can’t Handle the Truth!” – A Few Good Men


“Crazy Pills” – Zoolander

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOrI6uqS-vkI love any time Will Ferrell yells but this is definitely my favorite.

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  1. I just thought of one! San Kinneson (hope I’m spelling that right) in Back to School when he’s yelling at Rodney Dangerfield.

    Happy Monday =)

  2. The scene in “Once Upon a Time in America”, when James Woods yell at his wife to SHUT THE F*** UP whereas she was just trying to be a part of the chat…
    This scene really shocked me the first time I saw it !

    And yeah, the best one in cinema history is clearly the braveheart freedom !!

  3. Someone should mix the Gary Oldman one with the Will Ferrell one.

  4. I hate to do this to you Natty, but you missed one of the most classic yelling scenes in cinema.

    “This is what happens Larry! This is what happens when you fuck a stranger in the ass!”

    Or if you prefer, find a stranger in the Alps. Either dub is classic. If anyone here hasn’t figured it out (which is doubtful on this site), I’m talking about the Big Lebowski.

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