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Favourite Movie Scenes

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6 hours ago, zepscoda said:

4 minutes of classic scenes from 1951's The Thing From Another World...

 

 

Scared me to death as a kid in the 50's. :)

 

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I just saw Taken finally.  Have not seen 2 or 3 yet.  My DVR is set to record 2 soon.  I am debating which is better in action scenes?  When Liam Neeson takes out those 5 guys at the coffee table or when Denzel takes out those Russians in that other movie where they prostitute the young girl that Denzel saves.  I cannot remember the name of the film right now.

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On 19-2-2017 at 4:22 AM, zepscoda said:

 

 

Yeah, indeed, this was one helluva great (and completely weird) scene. Cult classic!

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On 20/02/2017 at 3:40 AM, IpMan said:

For my good buddy Steve. My friend, this one's for you.

And me but for a different reason. One of my fav movies of all time. Everything about it is just great. 

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1 hour ago, chillumpuffer said:

And me but for a different reason. One of my fav movies of all time. Everything about it is just great. 

It is a really great movie. The scenes at the end with Hugo Weaving's character and his family were revolutionary for the time, and very touching and powerful as well.

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The 1970s were the last great decade for movies, so deep that even the unheralded and rarely seen films from that decade are better than 95% of the films today. Case in point, "Diary of a Mad Housewife" with Carrie Snodgress (Neil Young wrote two songs about her, "A Man Needs a Maid" and "Motion Pictures") giving a deeply moving and funny performance. This is the party scene with a fantastic young Frank Langella and the original Alice Cooper Band!

 

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