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|The Greatest Movie Moments|
So just curious Sputnik, what are your favorite moments in cinema?rAlso, bonus points for ranyone who can help me think of an album. I can't rremember the band or the album name just rwhat the cover looks like. It's rlike a black background and there's a red ring and then a white rcircle and rthere are all these birds flying around. Anyways it's fucking killing me and I rcan't rremember what it's called for the life of me
No Love Can Save Me
Rambo IV - The scene where Rambo sneaks up on one of the guards and tears out
his throat with his bare hand. It's just so retardedly brutal that I can't help but laugh
my ass off every single time I watch it. It's great watching it with new people too just
to see their look of horror afterwards. Probably one of the most ridiculous Stallone
kills of all time, and he's got quite a few under his belt.
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The Long Procession
Apocalypse Now Redux - Just one of those movies that's riddled with great scenes
and dialogue. The best part comes when Willard and his crew arrive at the bridge. The
pure insanity of the scene is just gripping. The lights, explosions and full-blown
psychosis of the soldiers their just captures the insanity and the pointlessness of the
war in one crystal clear image. "Who's in charge here?" "Ain't you?"
Of Breath and Bone
Pulp Fiction - Probably the funniest scene in any movie is when Vincent accidentally
blows off Marvin's head. I swear the first time I saw the movie I laughed until I
thought my sides were going to rip. "Aw fuck man I just shot Marvin in the face"
"WHY THE FUCK DID YOU DO THAT" "I didn't mean to!" This of course followed by
the classic car-washing scene and everything that follows after. Pure black comedy
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly - This movie is chock-full of classic amazing scenes but
the best comes near the end when Tuco discovers the grave yard where the treasure
is buried. The imagery of Tuco running like a mad man through those thousands upon
thousands of graves combined with the haunting music is just stunning. By far one of
the most captivating moments in cinema, capturing all the tragedy and horror of war
in one single scene.
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Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon
How To Train Your Dragon - Right before the closing scene when Hiccup gets out of
bed and you realize that he lost his leg. Toothless helps him to the door and you can
see Hiccup with his metal leg and Toothless with his missing stabilizing fin and it's like
now they're finally perfect together because each one has lost something. It's like sad
but poignant and beautiful all at the same time. Not to mention, losing limbs is pretty
heavy shit for a kids movie. Absolute favorite movie scene of all time. Makes the
|4/5, B-, not bad I guess|
|It's just so retardedly brutal that I can't help but laugh my ass off every single time I watch it|
|best part of 2 is tuco trying the guns in the old guy's shop, so well acted most of it is just facial expressions and really funny with the little bit of pity at the end when he hands the poor guy the whiskey|
|We got no food, no jobs... our PETS' HEADS ARE FALLING OFF! |
|Yeah dude that scene is fucking great, especially when he shoots that target in half. Tuco is such a brilliant character|
"heeeeeeey guys, big gulps huh?
welp, see ya later!"
|American Psycho - Scene where he kills Paul. |
I crack the fuck up.
|but seriously ummmm there are so many|
the synching of the baptism with the 5 murders in godfather
the entire ending of shawshank from when he escapes and onward
battle of hoth
what's in the box in se7en
when the knight meets death for the first time in seventh seal
I can go on there are soo many classics
|"what's in the box in se7en"|
I tried to play husband, it didn't work out so well.
|"when the knight meets death for the first time in seventh seal"|
death sawing the tree with the guy hiding up there is pretty funny in that too
|The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly is just incredible all around|
|Ooh ooh I have some good ones, in 2001: A Space Odyssey when "I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid you can't do that" and when Dave is talking to HAL while disabling the things in the memory core|
|"I just shot Marvin in the face". That scene is the best thing ever, especially if you include the part where Tarentino is like "I don't need you to tell me how good my coffee is" and then is like "did you notice a sign on the front of my house that said 'dead nigger storage?'".|
|The Two Towers Helms Deep.|
Inside Man behind the wall
American History X talk with the teacher in the house
12 monkeys whenever brad pitt is in it.