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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.
30th Dec '15 7:25:30 PM NeonFox
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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.
19th Dec '15 8:39:28 AM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': Katniss Everdeen has her moments. Especially when bantering with Finnick. -->'''Finnick''': You can swim, too. Where did you learn that in District Twelve? -->'''Katniss''': We have a big bathtub.
26th Oct '15 4:59:51 PM EruditeEsotericist
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* Most versions of M from Franchise/JamesBond are this. Considering the titular agent is a borderline sociopathic cavalier who cares about his principles, himself and nothing else, it's almost essential to keep him in check. Other characters have tendencies towards this - notably Tanner and Q - but M is the most prominent.
19th Sep '15 9:52:20 PM Fireblood
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* ''Film/TrueBeliever'': Eddie Dodd, like a lot of characters portrayed by James Woods.
7th Sep '15 11:02:07 AM nombretomado
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*** In the ''[[NewJediOrder Enemy Lines]]'' 2-parter, we finally get an insight into Artoo's dialogue (albeit an insight done by Creator/AaronAllston, who tends to create a WorldOfSnark in whatever story he writes). The part where Artoo is programmed to insult anyone who queries him may or may not count (depending on whether the programming was responsible for the quality of the insults, or Artoo himself), but after that part of it, Artoo does get one dig in when Threepio asks him how he'd be able to tell direction:
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*** In the ''[[NewJediOrder ''[[Literature/NewJediOrder Enemy Lines]]'' 2-parter, we finally get an insight into Artoo's dialogue (albeit an insight done by Creator/AaronAllston, who tends to create a WorldOfSnark in whatever story he writes). The part where Artoo is programmed to insult anyone who queries him may or may not count (depending on whether the programming was responsible for the quality of the insults, or Artoo himself), but after that part of it, Artoo does get one dig in when Threepio asks him how he'd be able to tell direction:
31st Aug '15 3:42:58 PM StarSword
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* ''Film/TopGun'': Goose. "The Defense Department regrets to inform you that your sons are dead because they were stupid."
28th Aug '15 6:06:36 AM RustyBill
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* Almost all the characters in the 1966 John Wayne film ''Film/ElDorado''. ** Both main characters, on learning Mississippi's real name ([[spoiler: "Alan. Bedillion. Trehearne."]]) --> Cole Thornton (John Wayne): "Lord Almighty." --> And later, Sheriff J.P. Harah (Robert Mitchum): "Well, no ''wonder'' he carries a knife." ** Deputy Bull (Arthur Hunnicutt), when Thornton and Mississippi come into town --> Bull: "...might have (recognized you) anyhow if I wasn't tryin' to figure out what that fella's got on his head." --> Mississippi: "It called a hat." --> Bull: "Well, I'll have to take your word for it."
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