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what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« on: May 11, 2007, 07:40:12 AM »

not necessarily your favorite movies themselves...  maybe it's a scene that simply makes a bad movie watchable,  or something when you channel surf around you stay on that movie until the scene plays out ...

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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2007, 07:48:46 AM »

End of The Usual Suspects starting with Kujan leaning back on the desk and looking at the board through "Just like that, he's gone."

The Godfather christening scene when Michael becomes Don Corleone.

A dozen bits of Pulp Fiction.

Two dozen bits of Guy Ritchie's movies.

edit:  Almost forgot, the pellet gun scene of Trainspotting.  Brilliant.
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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2007, 07:53:04 AM »

Kill Bill v1 - Beatrice vs the Crazy 88s
                  "      "   vs Gogo Yubari
Kill Bill v2 - Beatrice vs Elle Driver
Man on Fire - Underpass scene
Dusk to Dawn - 1st encounter w/ vampires


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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2007, 09:02:30 AM »

One of my all time favorites is the scene in Reservoir Dogs where Tim Roth is telling the story where he carries a case of weed into a mens room with two cops and a dog.

"Buddy, I'm gonna shoot you in the face..."

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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2007, 09:03:59 AM »

When Josey Wales encounters Ten Bears.

The fight scene with Deckard and the replicant Roy Batty in Bladerunner, when Batty finally "dies".

"Phone home"...need I say more?

In 1982 when John Holmes showed us you could slap people with it...need I say more?
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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2007, 09:14:37 AM »

One of my all time favorites is the scene in Reservoir Dogs where Tim Roth is telling the story where he carries a case of weed into a mens room with two cops and a dog.

"Buddy, I'm gonna shoot you in the face..."

I'll post more when I have time.


Love that one too and the opening scene in the diner around the table.  

Pulp Fiction:  The sceene with Jules and Vincent in the diner.  The scene when the go to the apartment and the scene with Vincent and Mia going out to dinner.  

The Big Lebowski:  Any time the dude, Walter and Donny are together in the movie.

Touch of Evil:  The continuous opening shot is amazing.

Blue Velvet:  when she sings the song and when they walk into that crazy bar.

What about Bob:  When Bob comes to their vacation home.

All I can think of for now.
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« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2007, 12:33:05 PM »

Fargo: When Marge shows up at the car lot to talk to Jerry Lundegaard about the lot count

Godfather: When Sonny beats the hell out of Carlo

Goodfellas: "Whadda mean I'm funny?"

Heat: Diner scene

Snatch: The very first scene with Mickey the Pikey

Pulp Fiction: Royale with Cheese

The Deer Hunter: Russian Roulette

Young Frankenstein: The blind man's house (hon. mention: Abby Normal)

Apocalypse Now: "This is Charlie's Beach." "Charlie don't surf!"

The Game: Nicholas infiltrates CRS headquarters and walks into the commissary

Casino: When Ginger goes back to Rothstein's house and demands her share of the money/jewelry

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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #7 on: May 11, 2007, 01:57:52 PM »

My #1 : Shawshank Redemption - when they realize Andy escaped, and then show the escape.

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« Reply #8 on: May 11, 2007, 02:01:07 PM »

My #1 : Shawshank Redemption - when they realize Andy escaped, and then show the escape.

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« Reply #9 on: May 11, 2007, 02:29:49 PM »

My #1 : Shawshank Redemption - when they realize Andy escaped, and then show the escape.

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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #10 on: May 11, 2007, 05:15:08 PM »

Duck Soup: mirror scene.

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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #11 on: May 11, 2007, 05:52:54 PM »

[President Carter on TV]
President Carter: -high inflation. What is the solution?
[TV cuts to commercial for Luke's yard taking place in Roy's yard]
Jeff: You want the solution to inflation? Hi, friends. Marshal Lucky here for New Deal Used Cars, where we're lowering inflation not only by fighting high prices, not only by murdering high prices, but by blowing the living *feces* out of high prices. Yessir. Here's an example. It's a 1972 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, for sixty-two ninety-nine. That price is too high.
[shoots car]
Jeff: Yessir. Here's another one. It's a Lincoln Continental, Mark IV, 1973. It's loaded. It's got air conditioning. It's got a stereo. It's got white-wall radial tires. It's got power steering, power brakes, power seats, power windows. And a price that is just too high.
[shoots car]
Jeff: Yessir.
[Jim appears on car behind him in costume]
Jim: YAAAAAAHHHH.
Freddie: [on microphone] Look out, Marshal Lucky. It's High Prices.
Jeff: Take this, you dirty ol' High Prices.
["shoots" Jim, who puts on a very convincing act]
Jim: AHHHH. Ya got me Marshall. Ahhhhh...
Jeff: [shocked] Jesus Christ.
[winks at screen]
Jeff: Yessir, that's New Deal Used Cars... Now wait just a Goddamn minute. What the hell is this? Is this a 1974 Mercedes 450SL for *twenty-four thousand dollars*? That's too *goshdarn* high.
[blows up car with dynamite. Roy watches at home]
Roy: You sonova bitch.
Jeff: [laughs] Yessir. We blew the *feces* out of that over-priced mother*fudge*er just the way we blow the *feces* out of *all* high prices, down here at New Deal Used Cars. So y'all come on down. Did you hear what I said? New Deal Used Cars. So y'all come on down. Did you hear what I said?
[TV cuts back to President]
President Carter: I have heard you, with unmistakable clarity...
Roy: You sonova bitch.
[kicks TV and electrocutes himself]
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Re: what are your favorite scenes in movies?
« Reply #12 on: May 11, 2007, 11:19:28 PM »

The first ones that come to my mind are:

1) The end of the training scenes as well as the fight at the end of Rocky.

2) The baseball game at the end of Naked Gun.
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« Reply #13 on: May 11, 2007, 11:45:47 PM »

Just finished watching 'Casablanca'.

Ingrid Bergman is incredible, in every sense of the word...
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« Reply #14 on: May 12, 2007, 06:58:17 AM »

[President Carter on TV]
President Carter: -high inflation. What is the solution?
[TV cuts to commercial for Luke's yard taking place in Roy's yard]
Jeff: You want the solution to inflation? Hi, friends. Marshal Lucky here for New Deal Used Cars, where we're lowering inflation not only by fighting high prices, not only by murdering high prices, but by blowing the living *feces* out of high prices. Yessir. Here's an example. It's a 1972 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, for sixty-two ninety-nine. That price is too high.
[shoots car]
Jeff: Yessir. Here's another one. It's a Lincoln Continental, Mark IV, 1973. It's loaded. It's got air conditioning. It's got a stereo. It's got white-wall radial tires. It's got power steering, power brakes, power seats, power windows. And a price that is just too high.
[shoots car]
Jeff: Yessir.
[Jim appears on car behind him in costume]
Jim: YAAAAAAHHHH.
Freddie: [on microphone] Look out, Marshal Lucky. It's High Prices.
Jeff: Take this, you dirty ol' High Prices.
["shoots" Jim, who puts on a very convincing act]
Jim: AHHHH. Ya got me Marshall. Ahhhhh...
Jeff: [shocked] Jesus Christ.
[winks at screen]
Jeff: Yessir, that's New Deal Used Cars... Now wait just a Goddamn minute. What the hell is this? Is this a 1974 Mercedes 450SL for *twenty-four thousand dollars*? That's too *goshdarn* high.
[blows up car with dynamite. Roy watches at home]
Roy: You sonova bitch.
Jeff: [laughs] Yessir. We blew the *feces* out of that over-priced mother*fudge*er just the way we blow the *feces* out of *all* high prices, down here at New Deal Used Cars. So y'all come on down. Did you hear what I said? New Deal Used Cars. So y'all come on down. Did you hear what I said?
[TV cuts back to President]
President Carter: I have heard you, with unmistakable clarity...
Roy: You sonova bitch.
[kicks TV and electrocutes himself]

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