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Your favorite movie scene?


By Astropin

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

What is your all time favorite scene from a movie?

I think I would have to go with the trailer scene in "True Romance" between Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper...classic.

Gary Oldman as "Drexl" in that movie was also awesome...but Oldman usually is.

#2 1 year ago

"You think a cop gives a F&^# about a pimp? Pimps die every day man; unless you at the scene of the crime, smoking gun in your hand...you'll get away with it."

God that movie has so many classic lines.

#3 1 year ago

Conal Cochran wishing Daniel Challis a Happy Halloween was one of the coldest lines ever in a movie.

LTG : )

#5 1 year ago

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#6 1 year ago

As Profound as it gets!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#9 1 year ago

This is like asking what woman I'd like to date. lol.

OK I'll play.

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#10 1 year ago
Quoted from Eddie:

As Profound as it gets!!!!!!!!!!!!

Never heard of this movie but I'm gonna give it a watch tonight

#11 1 year ago

Some off the top of my head. Some spoilers for the following movies... The Graduate, Whiplash, The Hurt Locker, Saving Private Ryan, The Hustler, Seven, The Empire Strikes Back, Caddyshack, The Fugitive

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The Graduate - the final scene. To me that last scene is really well done. They took a risk and broke conventions, but neither of them seems very certain why.

Whiplash - when Miles Teller has his first experience with JK Simmons in the jazz ensemble. JK forces him to announce he's "upset".

The Hurt Locker - the scene with the sniper. It was done so well, and while I'm only a civilian, I think it did a great job of capturing what that sort of situation may feel like. Also from the same movie, and another poignant moment - when the main character is back in the grocery store, standing amongst granola bars or something similar... it highlights how difficult it is for someone that's been through so much can have difficulty adjusting back to everyday life.

Saving Private Ryan - Normandy. That was one of the most astonishing things I've ever seen on film.

The Hustler - 10s of hours into a marathon game of straight pool. Minnesota Fats goes to the bathroom to wash his hands, dries them, and says "let's play pool, fast eddie". Fast Eddie by that point is full of confidence and booze, and Fats makes him pay for it.

Seven - "what's in the booox...!?"

The Empire Strikes Back - the attack on the Hoth base

Caddyshack - The whole damn thing.

The Fugitive - "I didn't kill my wife!", "I don't care"

#12 1 year ago

Loved this movie as a kid, I need to watch it again

#13 1 year ago

Way to many to choose from but this one was always in my top five for sure.

John

#14 1 year ago

There isn't just one.

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#15 1 year ago

Scanners!

Or Evil Dead II... the entire movie.

#16 1 year ago

For me It is this scene. Many are all very good.

The ecstasy of gold at the end of good the bad and the ugly.

So sweet. Makes me want to learn an instrument.

#18 1 year ago

This one from Clerks 2:

#19 1 year ago

Team America: World Police.

Please don't judge me lol

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#20 1 year ago

This is the one I have watched the most, so it must be my favorite. I have watched it over and over and over, countless times. I have memorized every word. It never gets old. It is THE classic. The very definition of a meme forever buried into the subconscious of society, of a quotable movie scene, of a defining moment in movie history.

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#21 1 year ago
Quoted from Azmodeus:

The ecstasy of gold at the end of good the bad and the ugly.
So sweet. Makes me want to learn an instrument.

This is what thay played at the Metallica concert just before Metallica comes out on stage this past year.

#22 1 year ago

BIG WEDNESDAY.
The walk down the beach with his mates, the music everything.
Also Leroy the masochist trying to roast himself.
" BEST MOVIE EVER "

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#23 1 year ago

Partial to Gone in 60 seconds, this jump scene. 128 feet of air time.

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This is the 1971 Mustang that was used in the film, although it was upgraded with 1973 parts for the movie. It does still run. H.B. Halicki was a genius.
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#24 1 year ago
Quoted from Darcy:

Partial to Gone in 60 seconds, this jump scene. 100 plus feet of air time.

The whole movie is the chase scene. Gotta download that one and watch it again. Haven't watched it in years.

#26 1 year ago
Quoted from Electrocute:

The whole movie is the chase scene. Wished I had it on DVD.

#27 1 year ago

Thanks, watching it now!

#28 1 year ago
Quoted from Darcy:

Gone in 60 seconds

No doubt! It sucks when they remake a great movie like that and never show the original on TV anymore.

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#29 1 year ago

This is a tough question for sure. I can go back and forth thinking of new ones all day long so, I'll just give the first one that comes to mind for me.

#30 1 year ago

I love these threads.

#31 1 year ago

I'd like to make a movie like the shining and base it at mackinaw island grand hotel.

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#32 1 year ago

Superman (1978), the scene where Lois Lane's helicopter crashes on takeoff, she falls and supes catches her

'you've got me, who's got you?'

#33 1 year ago

One of the most memorable scenes was in 1932 Freaks when the human torso was sliding on the ground chasing that dude with a knife in his mouth.

#34 1 year ago
Quoted from xsvtoys:

This is the one I have watched the most, so it must be my favorite. I have watched it over and over and over, countless times. I have memorized every word. It never gets old. It is THE classic. The very definition of a meme forever buried into the subconscious of society, of a quotable movie scene, of a defining moment in movie history.

I gots ta know!

#35 1 year ago

Easily my favorite movie (trilogy) of all time:

"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need...roads."

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#37 1 year ago

Pulp Fiction: I am pretty f*ing far from Okay

#38 1 year ago

Easy Rider: Nicholson and Hopper sitting around the campfire talking about Venusians.
That's classic!

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#39 1 year ago

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#42 1 year ago

The last scene in Casablanca. Actually most scenes in Casablanca

#43 1 year ago
Quoted from sulli10:

The last scene in Casablanca.

Was thinking of that 1 too.

#44 1 year ago
Quoted from Azmodeus:

I'd like to make a movie like the shining and base it at mackinaw island grand hotel.

I'd like to make a movie like The Shining and have it not suck.....

#45 1 year ago

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#46 1 year ago

I always loved the shoot out at the ok Corral from tombstone

#47 1 year ago

Also the end of its a wonderful life.

Gets me every time.

#48 1 year ago
Quoted from Azmodeus:

Also the end of its a wonderful life.

Gets me every time.

It is sad. George Bailey gets to work himself to an early grave so the rest of the town can have a good life.

I wish they would have told him that any left over covering the loss should be used for that trip he never got to take.

LTG : )

#49 1 year ago

Lots of great ones, always liked Phobe Cates in Fast times at Ridgemont high pool scene who can forget that !

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#50 1 year ago

No brainer...surprised that no one has thought/posted this...

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