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“Sorkinisms” supercut is really quite something

Aaron Sorkin is known for his distinctive and divisive writing style, and particularly for his lively dialogue, chock-full of slick, carefully constructed aphorisms and obscure references, often spewed out by characters who are walking or crossing their arms. But if you’ve ever wondered how he’s been able to maintain such a consistent writing voice across a wide variety of projects throughout his 20-year career, consult this supercut of so-called “Sorkinisms” which demonstrates that he’s basically just recycled a huge number of those slick, carefully constructed aphorisms and obscure references between projects.

Watch the video, don’t watch the video—it’s entirely up to you.

[via Buzzfeed]

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