lzzoso Posted June 29, 2009 Share Posted June 29, 2009 Hello, everyone. I was watching the movie "True Romance" with Christian Slater (and a shitload of other great actors) the other night and the scene where Christopher Walken interrogates Dennis Hopper about Slaters whereabouts and what Hopper says to Walken about the history of the Sicilians made think that this is one powerful piece of cinema. If you have seen this Quentin Tarantino scripted movie than most of you will know where I am coming from. To me that was only one scene in this great movie. The shootout at the end was equally amazing. Another scene of another movie I consider classic and powerful is the scene in the "Godfather" when Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) discusses how he plans to kill Sollozo and the police captain that broke his jaw. Michael is sitting in his fathers chair all casual and the camera slowly zooms into Michael as he says "I'll kill em both" In my opinion that is a foreshadowing that Michael is destined to be the next Godfather. If any of you have seen these two movies, you should know what I am talkin about. Agree or disagree? Or what do you consider to be the most powerful scenes in movie history. All opinions are recommended. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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