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Favourite Movie Scenes

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19 hours ago, craigled said:

My best and most unforgettable movie scene has got to be when Darth takes his mask off at the end of Jedi and says, I am your father. It sends tingles down my spine to this very day.

Luke: "I'll not leave you here. I've got to save you."

Vader: "You already have, Luke."

Gets me a little misty every time.

(From Jedi, of course)

Edited by Sathington Willoughby

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Miss Sloane

Typical, gun hating, Hollywood propaganda. It had an $18,000,000 budget and on opening day it grossed just under $60,000.

Can you say flopparini? :lol:

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"Bananas" was the first Woody Allen movie my parents took me to see. Being a Wide World of Sports/Howard Cosell fan, these scenes slayed me.

 

Edited by Strider

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Cosell was also in Sleeper , remember that one lol.

As a kid in the 60s/70s we had a drive in theatre practically in our back yard . We saw all the early Woody Allen movies , this one though ....   "Everything you always wanted to know about sex"  was a hoot.

 

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Posted this scene on Facebook the other day..my favorite scene from my favorite film, The Thing From Another World

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1 minute ago, zepscoda said:

Posted this scene on Facebook the other day..my favorite scene from my favorite film, The Thing From Another World

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That movie scared the shit out of me as a kid. :lol:

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Best movie opening with music ever

 

 

best closing scene with music

 

 

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Since its Xmas, Allistair Sim on Xmas morning after he repents.  The 1951 version of a Christmas Carol .

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