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General Chat Thread, Favorite Movie Scenes in General; For me it's got to be the whole of Blade Runner, followed very closely by Alien. Love those films....
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    For me it's got to be the whole of Blade Runner, followed very closely by Alien. Love those films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    For me it's got to be the whole of Blade Runner, followed very closely by Alien. Love those films.
    The first one was amazing - for it's time the special effects are still jaw dropping. [ Remember it was 1979 and it looked better than Star Wars and Star Trek ] The second was much better when the proper cut was released - [ extra 20 mins ] - the book by Alan Dean Foster - [ who also did Star Trek ] was fantastic. The third one was okish.... The fourth I just did not enjoy.
    And I am now rather cross with the crappy AvP.

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    No Jaws??????? the scar scene on the boat with quint, brody and hooper or brody and the "smile you son of a b**ch!!!" scene at the end!!

    Farewell and adieu to you fair spanish ladies......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tcsltd View Post
    No Jaws??????? the scar scene on the boat with quint, brody and hooper or brody and the "smile you son of a b**ch!!!" scene at the end!!

    Farewell and adieu to you fair spanish ladies......
    You have a point - [ apart from the dodgy shark ] - again book was fantastic.

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    Have to add the ending of FB Day Off. [ Him running back to his house to get back in time ]

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    Lots of "favourite" bits but one sticks out for me as making me cry with laughter every time - Bruce AllMighty

    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEp6jzzSnN0"]YouTube- Bruce Almighty News Scene[/nomedia]

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    Hmmmmm, can't decide...

    The Usual Suspects
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-f8hwafsIU"]YouTube- Usual Suspects Line up Hand me the keys[/ame]

    Almost Famous
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oVGxyqRS5Q"]YouTube- Almost Famous - Plane Scene[/ame]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busybub View Post
    Hmmmmm, can't decide...

    The Usual Suspects
    I'd have gone with the reveal at the end. Even re-watching the film and knowing the outcome - Spaceys acting is superb. Watching him walk out the police station is absolutly brilliant.

    Speaking of Kevin Spacey, there's always American Beauty

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcd35 View Post
    I'd have gone with the reveal at the end. Even re-watching the film and knowing the outcome - Spaceys acting is superb. Watching him walk out the police station is absolutly brilliant.

    Speaking of Kevin Spacey, there's always American Beauty
    Loved American Beauty - the despondency and despair is just so well portrayed.

    Almost Famous - another one for me to dig out and watch again.

    I'm waiting for someone to post something about a film I have yet to see.... [ will be quite hard though as I am a massive film buff ] - but I am sure there will be a few if the thread continues.
    Last edited by mattx; 30th November 2009 at 10:50 PM.

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    I'll add a few more:

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - When the nurse disallows the patients from watching the Baseball game.

    Taxi Driver - Not the part you are all thinking of - the very ending. When I saw it for the first time to me [ I was quite young at the time ] it was shocking.

    The Shining - "Hereeeeee's Johnny!"

    North by Northwest - 'That plane's dustin' crops where there ain't no crops.'

    The Graduate - 'Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me!'

    The Good, Bad, Ugly - The Whole Film !!

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    I just love Tim Currys performance in The Rocky Horror Picture Show.....infact I think everyones performance is ace, even Meatloafs.........my favorite scene being......

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Enr4W6FsSpk"]YouTube- Sweet transvestite(Rocky Horror Picture Show)[/ame]

    I have many other favorite scenes from many other films, but this film has stuck in my mind since I first saw it!



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