Best film scenes ever... Page 5

  • kickerconspiracy 9 Nov 2012 14:17:17 494 posts
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    "Isn't that just like a wop? Brings a knife to a gun fight."
  • RobTheBuilder 9 Nov 2012 14:18:50 6,976 posts
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    danathjo wrote:
    I see you've played knifey spoony before
  • dsmx 9 Nov 2012 14:24:43 8,235 posts
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    I see your quotations and raise you
  • roz123 9 Nov 2012 14:30:36 7,112 posts
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    BinaryBob101 wrote:
    Good call, one of the few perfect montages in film.
    Two montages one youtube video

    First is the story of Jessie in Toy Story 2
    Then the second at 10:39 is the life story of Ellie and Carl at the beginning of UP
  • ibenam 10 Nov 2012 09:33:14 3,130 posts
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    Academy award winner:

    Edited by ibenam at 09:33:32 10-11-2012
  • MrTomFTW Best Moderator, 2016 10 Nov 2012 10:36:44 47,491 posts
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  • thelzdking 10 Nov 2012 20:42:55 7,498 posts
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    The opening scene to The Naked Gun.
  • Triggerhappytel 10 Nov 2012 22:10:02 2,694 posts
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    If you haven't seen it, Rocky Balboa is really good. It's the conclusion the franchise needed, and surprisingly touching. I haven't seen Rocky 5 in years, but I remember it being dogshit.
  • gman7714 25 Nov 2012 02:20:33 430 posts
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    This scene rocks

    and theres a literal fuck ton of (proper) Kung Fu ones but this is one of my faves
  • HelloNo 29 Nov 2012 12:35:32 2,033 posts
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    A classic: A New Hope intro

    Edited by Kanjin at 12:36:05 29-11-2012
  • Gambit1977 29 Nov 2012 12:37:46 10,396 posts
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    Probably been posted, and also annoyingly isn't available in full, but this...

  • fletch7100 19 Dec 2012 09:05:52 8,368 posts
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    Just watched Mississippi Burning again last night for the first time in ages. Anyone not seen it, it's about 2 FBI agents Willem Defoe and Gene Hackman investigating the disappearance of 3 civil rights activists and the local KKK connection to it

    Favourite part when Defoes by the book approach fails. He then goes with Hackmans do it my way style and you know it's going to be fun

  • Mike1980 16 Sep 2014 21:33:32 531 posts
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  • Mike1980 16 Sep 2014 21:37:19 531 posts
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    Actually, forget that, this is better...

    Edited by Mike1980 at 21:39:36 16-09-2014
  • Deleted user 16 September 2014 21:37:47
    Favourite is probably is goodfellas funny guy.
  • Deleted user 16 September 2014 21:40:47
    Yeah that scene's genuinely scary.
  • Deleted user 16 September 2014 21:42:59
    Having read the book Joe pesci understated the character he was a proper psycho.
  • Deleted user 16 September 2014 21:51:24
    No apparently. It is all real based on a book called Wise guys about the life of Henry hill.

    Joe Pesci's character in real life would kill you for looking at his girlfriend. Paulie in real life breast up a girl with a baseball bat breaking numerous bones because she threatened to tell his wife.

    The book is so much more enjoyable. Plus the follow on about his life in the witness protection programme, which my blue heaven with Steve martin was loosely based on.
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