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    Default Most memorable movie scenes ever

    If you are in the habit of watching your favourite films over and over again (like me) then you'll know what I mean when I say that some scenes really make a movie and stand out on their own as a masterpiece genius.

    There are a lot of these as far as I'm concerned, but one that I have been watching again recently is this one

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    That's a classic.

    I also like the tears in rain speech in "Blade runner" and the intro to "desperado" when steve buscemi tells his story about the bar killings.
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    GOODFELLAS - The camera closing in on De Niro smoking with Cream's Sunshine of Your Love playing...the best music to visual composition in film...EVER....

    Also from Goodfellas...Spider getting shot by Tommy....Unbelievable...

    And....from The Soprano's Season 5 when Carmela and Tony are at the restaurant and she tells him she is going to pursue divorce...."You're entitled to shit..."...that is another classic scene...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EvH_316_5150 View Post
    GOODFELLAS - The camera closing in on De Niro smoking with Cream's Sunshine of Your Love playing...the best music to visual composition in film...EVER....

    Also from Goodfellas...Spider getting shot by Tommy....Unbelievable...

    And....from The Soprano's Season 5 when Carmela and Tony are at the restaurant and she tells him she is going to pursue divorce...."You're entitled to shit..."...that is another classic scene...
    Basically anything from "Goodfellas" is classic for me (favorite movie).

    How 'bout Phoebe Cates getting out of the pool and opening her top in Fast Times at Ridgemont High?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy812 View Post
    Basically anything from "Goodfellas" is classic for me (favorite movie).

    How 'bout Phoebe Cates getting out of the pool and opening her top in Fast Times at Ridgemont High?
    Both movies are rife (I have never used this word before) with memorable scenes.

    How about Full Metal Jacket:

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    You have to include Caddyshack. The scene with Bill Murray and Chevy Chase in the maintenace shed/Carl's home. Classic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smme5150 View Post
    You have to include Caddyshack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gypsy King View Post
    "Good hitter, that Lama."
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    Still one of my favs


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    I've always loved the shot after Travis (Robert Deniro) gets shot in Taxi Driver. Marty always has some KILLER shots in his flicks. That's probably my favorite.

    The scene in The Godfather with Mike, Sulluzo and Capt. McCluskey is probably my second favorite scene of all time.
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    Blade Runner has a number of classic movie shots. While tears in rain gets the most glory, the cinematography of the scene in which Deckard takes a shot of vodka after getting the crap beat outta him by Leon, where blood from his mouth oozes into the clear liquor in the shot glass....fucking pure Ridley Scott genius there. Ridley Scott's got a lot of the best cinematography.....several desert shots in Thelma and Louise, any number of arena sequences in Gladiator, the Somalian backdrops and soldier/helicopter realism in Black Hawk Down.

    Apocalypse Now - Martin Sheen rises mud-covered outta the river looking murderously ready to finally kakk Marlon Brando. And Duvall standing tall during his naplam speech scene. Apocalypse is another flick which is visually stunning in nearly every frame.

    Someone mentioned the Desperado opening scene with Buscemi telling the tale to Cheech. Second that. Classic Rodriguez.

    The Titty Twister and Salma Hayek in Dusk 'til Dawn.

    Pretty much all of Pulp Fiction, let's face it, particularly Vincent and Jules' rapport scenes, the OD scene with Vince, Eric Stoltz, and Uma (Rosanna Arquette: "that was fuckin' trippy ) and of course Mia and Vincent's dinner at Jackrabbit Slim's.

    The crew walking outta the diner in the intro to Reservoir Dogs with 'Little Green Bag' playing in the background.

    The snow battle scene between Uma and Lucy Liu in Kill Bill Vol. I.

    (did I mention I'm a diehard Tarantino fan )

    Butch and Sundance freeze-framing as they suicide rush the Columbian army, of course.

    Tombstone - any and all of Val Kilmer's Doc Holliday and Micheal Bien's Johnny Ringo interplay.

    CasaBlanca - do I even have to say it?

    John Hughes has a number of classic comedic scenes, including the Breakfast Club (the other four watch and stare in disgusted awe when Ally Sheedy makes a Cap'n Crunch / Pixie Dust sandwich), Ferris Bueller (any time Matt Broderick breaks the third wall and cracks wise to the viewer, basically), and Planes Trains and Automobiles (when Steve Martin storms back to the rental car agency and gives the red headed fat chick a fucking piece of his fucking mind - which is why they can NEVER show that flick on the tube without ruining the best scene).

    Saving Private Ryan - Omaha Beach, duh.

    Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, Good, Bad, and the Ugly. Period.

    Highlander - Church scene between the Kurgan and McCleoud.

    The Warriors - Baseball Furies battle

    Casino - De Niro and Pesci meeting in the desert. Heck, the whole film, are ya kiddin.

    I could go on and on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smme5150 View Post
    You have to include Caddyshack. The scene with Bill Murray and Chevy Chase in the maintenace shed/Carl's home. Classic!
    Also, how about Dangerfield, "My arm! It's broken!", while he's flailing it around during the final round for the money. I use that one all the time. Also any time Rodney says, "Keep it fair.", and waves a $20 at somebody.

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    Heat has so many its not even funny. The finale between Pacino and Deniro stands out. So do their robberies. I thought the one that stole the book was when Deniro went to get revenge on that piece of shit. He breaks in the hotel, pistol whips him, then tells him, "Look at me". When the guy does, he pops two shots in him, waits, then pops another in his head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Squalen View Post
    Blade Runner has a number of classic movie shots. While tears in rain gets the most glory, the cinematography of the scene in which Deckard takes a shot of vodka after getting the crap beat outta him by Leon, where blood from his mouth oozes into the clear liquor in the shot glass....fucking pure Ridley Scott genius there. Ridley Scott's got a lot of the best cinematography.....several desert shots in Thelma and Louise, any number of arena sequences in Gladiator, the Somalian backdrops and soldier/helicopter realism in Black Hawk Down.

    Apocalypse Now - Martin Sheen rises mud-covered outta the river looking murderously ready to finally kakk Marlon Brando. And Duvall standing tall during his naplam speech scene. Apocalypse is another flick which is visually stunning in nearly every frame.

    Someone mentioned the Desperado opening scene with Buscemi telling the tale to Cheech. Second that. Classic Rodriguez.

    The Titty Twister and Salma Hayek in Dusk 'til Dawn.

    Pretty much all of Pulp Fiction, let's face it, particularly Vincent and Jules' rapport scenes, the OD scene with Vince, Eric Stoltz, and Uma (Rosanna Arquette: "that was fuckin' trippy ) and of course Mia and Vincent's dinner at Jackrabbit Slim's.

    The crew walking outta the diner in the intro to Reservoir Dogs with 'Little Green Bag' playing in the background.

    The snow battle scene between Uma and Lucy Liu in Kill Bill Vol. I.

    (did I mention I'm a diehard Tarantino fan )

    Butch and Sundance freeze-framing as they suicide rush the Columbian army, of course.

    Tombstone - any and all of Val Kilmer's Doc Holliday and Micheal Bien's Johnny Ringo interplay.

    CasaBlanca - do I even have to say it?

    John Hughes has a number of classic comedic scenes, including the Breakfast Club (the other four watch and stare in disgusted awe when Ally Sheedy makes a Cap'n Crunch / Pixie Dust sandwich), Ferris Bueller (any time Matt Broderick breaks the third wall and cracks wise to the viewer, basically), and Planes Trains and Automobiles (when Steve Martin storms back to the rental car agency and gives the red headed fat chick a fucking piece of his fucking mind - which is why they can NEVER show that flick on the tube without ruining the best scene).

    Saving Private Ryan - Omaha Beach, duh.

    Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, Good, Bad, and the Ugly. Period.

    Highlander - Church scene between the Kurgan and McCleoud.

    The Warriors - Baseball Furies battle

    Casino - De Niro and Pesci meeting in the desert. Heck, the whole film, are ya kiddin.

    I could go on and on.

    Damn bro, you named some pretty good ones.

    In The Warriors,the Baseball Furies battle in the park is awesome, but I always liked the fight in the bathroom with those guys on skates. Forget their damn names though. I watch the Warriors once every two months or so. I never get tired of that flick.

    I'm also a die hard Tarrantino guy, although I haven't seen Grindhouse yet. My favorite scene in Pulp Fiction involves Mr. Blonde, a razor, a cop, Mr. Orange bleeding to death.....

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