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Most memorable movie scenes?

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posted on Apr, 3 2007 @ 08:01 PM
I like the part in Aliens when the landing ship crashes and hicks says "well thats just fn great , what are we going to do now game over man game over"
I like the part in the movie Time Bandits when the kid says "Mom, dad it's evil don't touch it" and they both touch it LOL
There are many parts of Fast times at ridgemont high that are awesome I like the part when spicolli crashes the football players car and says' dude my dad is a mechanic he has a great set of tools dont worry I can fix it'
Another great move is Better off dead I like the scene when the paperboy is chasing him yelling " wheres my two dollars"
I like the part in Preadator when arnie has set a trap for the preadator and arnie says" Kill me I am here kill me now do it do it now" also in that movie the whole scene when arnie lifts that truck and sends it thru that building what a great set of explosions and gunfire.
everyone should see certain movies just because they are classics

posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 12:43 PM

Originally posted by megaslayer
I like the part in Aliens when the landing ship crashes and hicks says "well thats just fn great , what are we going to do now game over man game over"

I think that's just before Ripley says "this little girl has survived so long",and Hicks says "Well why don't you put her in charge!?" classic

posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 02:35 PM

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Everett and Delmar turn and stare, saucer-eyed. In the middle of the
frontmost row of convicts sits Pete - bald, haunted Pete.

After a long, disbelieving stare:


Pete whispers again, urgently:

They're fixin' a ambush! Do not seek
the treasure!

Everett, jaw hanging open, can only stare, as if at a ghost. Delmar
stares also, but finally brings out another:


Do not seek the treasure!

Everett's face remains frozen in horrified disbelief, but Delmar
finally accepts Pete's corporeal reality.

We thought you was a toad!

Pete squints and cocks his head as if to say, What was that?

Delmar repeats the whisper slowly and with exaggerated mouth

We thought... you was... a toad!

Pete shakes his head - didn't catch it - and repeats, also

Do not... seek... the treasure!

A guard murmurs:

Quiet there. Watcha pickcha.


Big Lebowski

- (in the Limo)

What in God's holy name are you
blathering about?

I'll tell you what I'm blathering
about! I got information--new s___
has come to light and--s___, man!
She kidnapped herself!

Lebowski stares at him, dumbstruck. The Dude is encouraged.

Well sure, look at it! Young trophy
wife, I mean, in the parlance of our
times, owes money all over town,
including to known pornographers--
and that's cool, that's cool-- but
I'm saying, she needs money, and of
course they're gonna say they didn't
get it 'cause she wants more, man,
she's gotta feed the monkey, I mean--
hasn't that ever occurred to you...?

No. No Mr. Lebowski, that had not
occurred to me.

That had not occurred to us, Dude.

...and in the bowling alley, same movie...

It's all a goddamn fake. Like Lenin
said, look for the person who will
benefit. And you will, uh, you know,
you'll, uh, you know what I'm trying
to say--

I am the Walrus.

That f___ing b____!


I am the Walrus.

Shut the f____ up, Donny! V.I. Lenin!
Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov!

Children of Men

The scene near the end, where the main characters are walking down the stairs.
There's no dialogue, it's just a stunning scene.

The Empire Strikes Back

Leia says to Han Solo "I love you."
And like a pimp, he says "I know."


The scene where Helen walks through the hole in the wall of the apartment building and comes out the other side throught he mouth of the mural painted on the walls. That scene gives me chills to this day.

Army of Darkness

The Boomstick Speech... and unfortunately I can't find the correct version of it online, apparently he ad-libbed some, and the reference to S-Mart was added later.

And finally, same movie, when Evil Ash has trouble saying "Sally Forth!" and Boomstick.

posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 04:28 PM
Most memorable scene? For me, hands-down the chariot race from Ben Hur.

posted on May, 1 2007 @ 02:13 AM
Big Lebowski is good - Coen brother alchemy. Like the fluff too.

"Remains of the Day" has always been one of my favorite movies. It was five years, ten years.., I love the scene in the butler's office, Emma Thompson (housekeeper) demands to see Anthony Hopkin's (Butler) book. She teases him and reaches for his book. He recoils and shrinks into a corner of the book case, house rules and fraternizing with maids. "Please, I must ask you to respect my privacy, this is the only time that I have to myself." Ghost like and gracious; lovingly tragic story. Still a favorite movie today.

posted on May, 1 2007 @ 08:13 AM
Jeez, I have loads!

Equilibrium- the last fight scene with Preston and that evil dude, hand to hand fighting with guns is simply too cool.

Star Wars: Attack of the Clones- the only good scene in the movie, when Palpatine walks out onto a balcony and watches all the clones marching. Simply awesome.

That's it for now, I might post some more later.


posted on May, 1 2007 @ 10:10 AM
Amazing thread!!! Damn i've got so many as well.

*Spoilers Ahead*


Elias running when they think he was dead with 'Adiago for Strings' playing and then he falls and does the cover shot.


When they get back to the main camp and Barnes walks in:

Sgt. Barnes: You talking about killing? Hmm? Y'all experts? Y'all know about killing? I'd like to hear about it, potheads.
[takes pipe and inhales drag]

Sgt. Barnes: Are you smoking this s**t so's to escape from reality? Me, I don't need this #. I am reality. There's the way it ought to be, and there's the way it is. Elias was full of s**t. Elias was a crusader. Now, I got no fight... with any man who does what he's told. But when he don't, the machine breaks down. And when the machine breaks down, we break down. And I ain't gonna allow that... in any of you. Not one.

[hands pipe back and spits]
Sgt. Barnes: Y'all love Elias. Oh, you wanna kick ass. Yeah. Well, here I am, all by my lonesome. And there ain't nobody gonna know. Six of you boys against me. Kill me. Huh. I s**t on all of you.

And before the last battle people like O'neill, JR, King start to crack and you realise just how brutal war is.


When Oh-desu is free and later on he asks those punks for a light and they try to fight him and he takes them out in thirty seconds and you realise that he's changed into badass during those fifthteen years of training.

When Wu-jin-lee reveals the set up and the look on his face after all he's done.

And Obviously the hammer battle scene and when he comes out of the lift at the end is like whooooa.

Once upon a time in the west:

The start when the three guys are just waiting and like people are like ??? and then Harmonica comes his first scene is amazing and unforgettable with the harmonica music and fight etc. i love his 'you brought two horses too many' line.

Once upon a time in Mexico:

When Agent Sands (Johnny Depp) walks into the kitchen and kills the chef = LOL

When Sands aks the gangster if 'he'd shoot a man with no eyes' and shows him under his sunglasses and the battle shortly after that is amazing.

Battle Royale:

When Sigmura and the others have made all the bombs and are packing it in the car and you think yesss they'll make it and escape the island with everyone and then Kiriyama appears from no where and you think 'DAMN'

The Descent:

When you first see the underground thing in the camcorder lens!!.

I'll have to type the rest later

posted on May, 1 2007 @ 12:48 PM
Ghost - Demi Moore

The scene with the penny!

posted on May, 2 2007 @ 05:20 AM
Off the top of my head, one of my favourites is the finalé of Scarface. Tony Montano just puts his head into a pile of coc aine then the colombians break in, and all hell breaks loose, I love it!

Not forgotting one of the most famous lines in a movie ever:

'Say hello to my little friend!'

posted on May, 2 2007 @ 05:21 AM

Originally posted by xeroxed88
Off the top of my head, one of my favourites is the finalé of Scarface. Tony Montana just puts his head into a pile of coc aine then the colombians break in, and all hell breaks loose, I love it!

Not forgotting one of the most famous lines in a movie ever:

'Say hello to my little friend!'

Al Pacino = Acting God!

posted on May, 7 2007 @ 03:05 PM
I have one that I like.

Once Upon A Time In Mexico

The scene where they are gunning it out in the church. Rampant crossfire everywhere.

The old lady with no hesitantion of a doubt, simply stood up and began walking out. They all stopped and waited for her to exit the church and then resumed there lead fueded arguement.

I have experience a few things close to that experience in my life, that will never be told. I just thank God that he always has my back!

posted on May, 9 2007 @ 05:04 AM
lmao. I have no idea why I quoted myself, I was supposed to edit the post not quote it! :bnghd:

Alcohol + Internet = :shk:

posted on May, 9 2007 @ 04:37 PM
Lets not forget the dartboard scene in the pub at the beginning of 'American werewolf in London'.
"You made me miss,Ive never missed that board before"
(Cue gory lycanthrope death)

Also the old man coming into the shop for porn in 'Clerks' is highly amusing.
"Thank you sonny boy"

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