Memorable movie scene

Started by dsanchez, September 03, 2019, 23:30:45

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Ulrich

It's not just the "scene", the music (Ennio Morricone, of course) alone sends shivers down my spine...

It's never enough...

dsanchez

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.

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dsanchez

This one will be remembered for many years to come...

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Ulrich

No video needed for this memorable scene (Casablanca final scenes):



Plus the immortal sentence "round up the usual suspects".  :cool
It's never enough...

SueC

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:


:heart-eyes
SueC is time travelling

Ulrich

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:

It's never enough...

MeltingMan

Hoch lebe der Herbst!
(Sören Kierkegaard)

L'homme paye après sa mort, le peuple toujours de son vivant: cherchez pourquoi sont tombés les empires? par l'injustice.
(Le livre du sceptre: politique p. 126)

MeltingMan

Hoch lebe der Herbst!
(Sören Kierkegaard)

L'homme paye après sa mort, le peuple toujours de son vivant: cherchez pourquoi sont tombés les empires? par l'injustice.
(Le livre du sceptre: politique p. 126)

MeltingMan

Hoch lebe der Herbst!
(Sören Kierkegaard)

L'homme paye après sa mort, le peuple toujours de son vivant: cherchez pourquoi sont tombés les empires? par l'injustice.
(Le livre du sceptre: politique p. 126)

MeltingMan

Hoch lebe der Herbst!
(Sören Kierkegaard)

L'homme paye après sa mort, le peuple toujours de son vivant: cherchez pourquoi sont tombés les empires? par l'injustice.
(Le livre du sceptre: politique p. 126)

Ulrich

Not a movie scene, but... "copying" a memorable movie scene!  :cool

It's never enough...

MeltingMan

Donald Sutherland? Al Pacino? Revolution! 😉

Hoch lebe der Herbst!
(Sören Kierkegaard)

L'homme paye après sa mort, le peuple toujours de son vivant: cherchez pourquoi sont tombés les empires? par l'injustice.
(Le livre du sceptre: politique p. 126)

Ulrich

It's never enough...

BiscuityBoyle

Cronenberg made some real gems, esp early on in his career. Oliver Reed had never acted better than in this.


dsanchez

This one will be remembered in years to come... Do not watch if you did not watch "Joker" yet.

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