The Will Ferrell-created website Funny Or Die has a clever supercut of all the questions asked by Ellen Page's character, Ariadne, in the 2010 film Inception. (I can't embed the file here for technical reasons; instead, click here to see it for yourself.)
Three types of people will find this interesting: Ellen Page fans (after Juno, I've got to think she has a few), Inception fans, and anyone interested in the mechanics of screenwriting. Due respect to the first two groups, only that last category is really worth writing about.
For folks unfamiliar with Inception, it's a relentlessly complicated movie about mercenaries who invade a subject's dreams to steal secrets or plant valuable suggestions. (It was written and directed by The Dark Knight's Christopher Nolan, one of the smartest mainstream filmmakers working today.) With all the ornate plotting -- the story resembles nothing so much as a set of really nice Russian nesting dolls -- the audience needs an onscreen surrogate to guide them through the labyrinth. The Ariadne character is Inception's tour guide: She shows up early in the film and sticks close by the side of group leader Cobb (Leonardo di Caprio), peppering him with questions whose collective purpose is essentially to fill us all in.
It's a tribute to Nolan's filmmaking skill that this is done fairly seamlessly -- after watching the supercut you may find yourself wondering how they slipped all that in without anyone noticing. Anyone except the Funny Or Die crew, that is.