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4th Apr '16 7:42:49 PM redandready45
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* Schrader in ''Film/{{Accepted}}'', whenever he is exasperated by Bartleby's actions.
--> '''Schrader''': Yeah, cool guys. [[ZanyScheme Let's start this fake college]], and then we'll go start a meth lab somewhere. Come on, it's a gateway crime. That's how these things start.
29th Mar '16 5:44:58 PM Seanette
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* ''Film/ArsenicAndOldLace'': The evil brother and his sidekick have a wonderfully snarky discussion after the brother learns [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BodyCountCompetition his aunts have killed more people then he has]].

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* ''Film/ArsenicAndOldLace'': The evil brother and his sidekick have a wonderfully snarky discussion after the brother learns [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BodyCountCompetition [[BodyCountCompetition his aunts have killed more people then he has]].
29th Mar '16 5:44:27 PM Seanette
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* ''Film/ArsenicAndOldLace'': The evil brother and his sidekick have a wonderfully snarky discussion after the brother learns his aunts have killed more people then he has.

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* ''Film/ArsenicAndOldLace'': The evil brother and his sidekick have a wonderfully snarky discussion after the brother learns [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BodyCountCompetition his aunts have killed more people then he has.has]].
5th Mar '16 2:32:08 PM nombretomado
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* The Marvel Cinematic Universe incarnation of CaptainAmerica is kind of a snarky bastard--which is fitting for a guy who spent the first twenty-odd years of his life as a pipsqueak whose only real weapon was his mouth.

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* The Marvel Cinematic Universe Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse incarnation of CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica is kind of a snarky bastard--which is fitting for a guy who spent the first twenty-odd years of his life as a pipsqueak whose only real weapon was his mouth.
24th Feb '16 3:14:07 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Film/TheMadMissManton'': Two Examples:
--->'''Edward Norris''': Don't speak to anyone. I don't want to kill an innocent bystander.
--->'''Peter Ames''': Ya know, that's what I like about crazy men; that fine sense of distinction.
**And another:
--->'''Lt. Mike Brent''': She's probably the kind of dame who would come back to haunt me. Otherwise, I'd shoot to kill.
21st Feb '16 11:33:47 AM nombretomado
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** Naturally, ''Film/IronMan'' has its titular armored hero, which then gets taken to the next level in ''Film/TheAvengers'', and even moreso in ''Film/IronMan3''. Said film is even directed by the already-mentioned Shane Black.\\

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** Naturally, ''Film/IronMan'' has its titular armored hero, which then gets taken to the next level in ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', and even moreso in ''Film/IronMan3''. Said film is even directed by the already-mentioned Shane Black.\\



*** Then, in ''Film/TheAvengers'', "Clint" turns out to be Hawkeye and joins a whole [[WorldOfSnark Team of Snarkers]].

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*** Then, in ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', "Clint" turns out to be Hawkeye and joins a whole [[WorldOfSnark Team of Snarkers]].
15th Feb '16 1:03:25 AM Anddrix
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* In ''Film/TheDuff'', Bianca's wit is as sharp as a razor. One memorable example occurs when she invades the boy's locker room, and one of them (wearing nothing but briefs) asks "Whoa, Bianca, what the hell is this?" she replies, "Oh, well, it kinda looks like a penis, only smaller."
7th Feb '16 11:47:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* Harold from ''TheBoysInTheBand''.

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* Harold from ''TheBoysInTheBand''.''Film/TheBoysInTheBand''.
3rd Feb '16 6:34:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''FindingNeverland'', Charles Frohman (the producer and financier of James M. Barrie's plays) spends most of his limited time on-screen being the deadpan, snarking, sensible {{Foil}} to the more animated, optimistic, and erratic Barrie.

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* In ''FindingNeverland'', ''Film/FindingNeverland'', Charles Frohman (the producer and financier of James M. Barrie's plays) spends most of his limited time on-screen being the deadpan, snarking, sensible {{Foil}} to the more animated, optimistic, and erratic Barrie.



* Deconstructed in ''FunnyPeople''; George and the other comedians are certainly very quick-witted, snarky and quick with a cutting comment, but it's made fairly clear that they use wit as a substitute for actually forging meaningful connections with other people, and the often hurtful nature of their comments doesn't help either.
* Enid in ''ComicBook/GhostWorld''.

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* Deconstructed in ''FunnyPeople''; ''Film/FunnyPeople''; George and the other comedians are certainly very quick-witted, snarky and quick with a cutting comment, but it's made fairly clear that they use wit as a substitute for actually forging meaningful connections with other people, and the often hurtful nature of their comments doesn't help either.
* Enid in ''ComicBook/GhostWorld''.''Film/GhostWorld''.



* In the movie-musical ''{{Hairspray}}'', Penny Pingleton gets in a good one. When Motormouth Maybelle recognizes that her son has fallen in love with a white girl, she warns the two lovers, "You're gonna have to deal with a whole lotta ugly from a never-ending parade of stupid." Penny answers, "Oh, so you met my mom."

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* In the movie-musical ''{{Hairspray}}'', ''Film/{{Hairspray}}'', Penny Pingleton gets in a good one. When Motormouth Maybelle recognizes that her son has fallen in love with a white girl, she warns the two lovers, "You're gonna have to deal with a whole lotta ugly from a never-ending parade of stupid." Penny answers, "Oh, so you met my mom."



* Hedwig from ''HedwigAndTheAngryInch''.

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* Hedwig from ''HedwigAndTheAngryInch''.''Film/HedwigAndTheAngryInch''.
9th Jan '16 9:10:47 AM rjung
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* James Donovan in ''Film/BridgeOfSpies'' snarks frequently and constantly, probably to cope with the stress of the situations he gets into.
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