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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #20 on: November 19, 2007, 12:29:14 PM »
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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #21 on: November 19, 2007, 12:29:52 PM »
I shall, but maybe we should get back on topic... What are your favorite scenes from your favorite movies?

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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #22 on: November 20, 2007, 12:46:15 AM »
1) "You are going to miss your plane" "I know"- Before Sunset (best ending of a film ever!)
2) the sloth scene - Se7en (scariest make you jump scene ever)
3) Micheal kissing Fredo- The Godfather II (makes any man cry)
4) Stuntman Mike gets his ass kicked- Death proof (makes you cheer)
5) "Because it sentimental pappy crap" "oh shes not in a comma is she?"- High Fidelity (best line in a great film)

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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #23 on: November 20, 2007, 10:02:12 PM »
Random off the top of my head

Road Warrior Final Blow up of the refinery.

Little Mermaid - Kiss the Girl

Manhunter - IndaGadaDavida and a plate glass window

Ghost in the Shell 2 - Beginning going down the dark alleyway

Deep Blue Sea - The only good part

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - Any diolog scene with Val and Robert

Unchained - Beginning fight scene

Conan - The Wheel of Pain

Red - Following the phone line

Blazing Saddles - "I get no kick from Cocaine"


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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #24 on: November 20, 2007, 11:14:52 PM »
Deep Blue Sea - The only good part

I assume you mean this, right? Cuz that is awesome.
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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #25 on: November 21, 2007, 09:38:44 AM »
Deep Blue Sea - The only good part

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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #26 on: November 26, 2007, 11:49:16 PM »
Oooh this is a hard one, OK here goes:

5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: Joel and Clementine watch the parade with the Elephant Parade. Its just a beautiful scene especially when you take into account what the couple has been through its the moment in the movie where you realize that these two people are meant to torture each other forever.

4. Sunset Boulevard: The ending, by now its become a cliche but having known nothing about the film or film noir in general the first time I watched it it totally worked for me. Its hilarious and morbid, the Coen brothers owe a lot to this film for pioneering the black comedy and the film couldnt of ended any other way.

3. The Color Purple: Shug gives Celie her first real kiss. Its not the kiss so much as Celie's reaction after that makes the scene, the way she just smiles and smiles, its radiant and we start to see Celie as a beautiful woman just at the time that she starts to see this as well.

2. Its A Wonderful Life: "Let's give a toast to my brother George, the luckiest man in Bedford Falls." No matter how many times I see this movie, and its been many believe me, this scene always gets me right in the gut.

1. Brokeback Mountain: The final scene between Jack and Ennis. I have yet to see a film with characters as three dimensional as those in Brokeback Mountain, its not so much a film as it is a masterful piece of fiction that rings with truth. This scene is heartbreaking, every time I've watched this film i've felt like someone punched me in the stomach after this part, the anger, hurt, regret, and ultimately undying love show between the two men is remarkable for any film to attain, the movie is perfect, and this scene is the cream of the crop
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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #27 on: November 27, 2007, 12:14:54 AM »
2. Its A Wonderful Life: "Let's give a toast to my brother George, the luckiest man in Bedford Falls." No matter how many times I see this movie, and its been many believe me, this scene always gets me right in the gut.
I need a good movie cry. Maybe some Capra-corn can get me there.
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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #28 on: November 27, 2007, 08:42:12 AM »
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Re: Top 5 Favorite Moments from Your Favorite Films Ever...
« Reply #29 on: November 27, 2007, 03:07:26 PM »
2. Its A Wonderful Life: "Let's give a toast to my brother George, the luckiest man in Bedford Falls." No matter how many times I see this movie, and its been many believe me, this scene always gets me right in the gut.
I need a good movie cry. Maybe some Capra-corn can get me there.

If you need a good cry, watch The Book of Life - if you don't cry you are dead on the inside.
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