I could watch this film FOREVER. This is a particularly funny scene, IMO
Another one that I love is the scene from Juno where Juno and Leah are sitting on a bench in the park going over possible adoptees. It's my
fav scene But I can't seem to get ahold of it..
I don't know, I just wanted something a little more edgier. I was thinking more like graphic designer, mid-thirties, you know? With a cool
Asian girlfriend, who, like dresses awesome and rocks out on the bass guitar. But I don't want to be too particular.
Pride and Prejudice is my pick for the film with the most gorgeous cinematography. This is one of my fav scenes.
One that sticks immediately in my head is the scene in the movie "Sunshine" where Captain Kaneda (played by briliant actor Hiroyuki Sanada) dies
while succesfully repairing the ships shield. Its accompanied by perhaps the best movie theme song Ive ever heard. Very intense scene
Couldnt find whole clip of it but this is close enough
And I have links to the song to if anyones interested
This scene is from Revolutionary Road; absolutely brilliant film, everyone should watch I initially wanted the scene towards the end where
Leo is running down the road - that was a powerful scene - but this is the next best thing. Michael Shannon was nominated for an Oscar as Best
Supporting Actor for this role; he's a brilliant actor.
Best "stick it to 'em" scene of all time (which, I know, someone has already previously mentioned).
I'm a lawyer and an officer in the United States Navy, and you're under arrest you son of a bitch.
And also the scenes from Changeling where Gordon Northcott, played by Jason Butler Harner, is speaking to Christine Collins in prison and then
when he is hanged. Harner is brilliant in that role, but there are hardly any clips available from Changeling, so you'll just have to rent the
whole thing and watch it! It's disturbing but a great film.
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