Post a memorable scene from a movie, one you never forget...
I start with this conversation from Before Sunrise
Mine is from the film
Stranger Than Fiction.
The scene in the moving bus...
And this other one from the same film...
Oh, there could be lots of those, but I'll only post "a few"...
"The Big Lebowski" is full of memorable scenes (but that's just, like, my opinion, man):
"Pulp Fiction" is another one with lots of memorable scenes:
I adore Kill Bill, but the one that stays with me is Oren Ishii's backstory.
Afraid of you? Yeahhh...👌🏻
Harsh, but sometimes you need to be shaken like this at work to get back on track...
Can't forget this scene because of that
laugh, and because it is so well shot, directed and acted, and because the movie changed my views of classical music and who was making it.
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Lol MeltingMan, I see the theme here, very clever.
I shall reply with this:
Hahaha! :-) Excellent - first of all for @MeltingMan
, who is so sly and does this quite a bit! :rofl :evil:
And also to @word_on_a_wing
for the perfect repartee! :smth023 :yum: :cool
By the way, we watched Labyrinth
recently and I was most disturbed by that crotch thing going on. The costuming department appeared to have used opaque clingwrap on the male protagonist's crotch. Not sure I needed to see that while eating popcorn... :1f631:
Inspired by Mexico and a mishap (recently walked in front of a glass door). 😆
It's not just the "scene", the music (Ennio Morricone, of course) alone sends shivers down my spine...
Always loved spy moves and watched this one several times. Love this conversation between Catherine McCormack and Brad Pitt. The soundtrack is also pretty good.
This one will be remembered for many years to come...
No video needed for this memorable scene (Casablanca final scenes):
Plus the immortal sentence "round up the usual suspects". :cool
You and Brett should get in a TARDIS and watch movies together, @Ulrich
. So much overlap! :)
One of my recent favourites - and any scene from that was memorable:
Another one (SPOILER ALERT - do not watch this if you don't know the movie and don't read what I write below)!
There's this guy who never talks the whole time and they all think he's deaf etc. and then:
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Not a movie scene, but... "copying" a memorable movie scene! :cool
Donald Sutherland? Al Pacino? Revolution! 😉
Cronenberg made some real gems, esp early on in his career. Oliver Reed had never acted better than in this.
This one will be remembered in years to come... Do not watch if you did not watch "Joker" yet.
When you enter an old castle and aren't sure what's going on (no danger of "spoilers")
From And The Band Played On
, a must-watch movie specially in these times of viruses...
"If you get this disease the chances are about a hundred percent that you are doing to die"
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A famous bit from Guy Maddin's surrealist mocumentary My Winnipeg
An iconic moment from the seminal film that put Canada on the global cultural map
I mean, it was Glenn Gould who actually put Canada on the global cultural map but most people take the view of Vladimir Ashkenazy who said that GG was not from Canada but from outer space. Whereas I beg to differ and think that this wonderful film shows the richness of his relationship to his native city and country.
Edit: since this is the scene thread, I'll go for this one
Al Pacino turning 80 today.
One of the most engrossing and entertaining films I know
The painterly quality, the expressionist detail... simply outstanding.
Tonight on telly, but I own the dvd (and've seen it many times):
"What day is it?" - cracks me up, as currently I often do wonder...
When the Surrealists came to America to collaborate with local talent...
Once again, it's not just the scene, the music (Ennio Morricone of course) gives me goose bumps or tears in my eyes (almost every time I hear it!):