cry every time...also when Mufasa dies :'(
No Country For Old Bandits
The Quiet Man - with John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara
The entire movie is a string of magic, but the rough-and-tumble scene of dragging, shoving, pushing, and hauling Mary Kate the five miles from the station across the countryside to the farm and feet of Will Danaher is most famous. "He's walking her back - the whole long way!" Villagers on foot and on bicycle follow the pair across fields to see Sean finally fulfill her wishes by confronting her brother. When she loses her shoe or falls, he doesn't stop hauling or marching her along: "It's only five miles. Just a good stretch of the legs." One woman offers a stick: "Sir, here's a good stick to beat the lovely lady."
I love this movie!
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Also have to give credit where credit is due and go with the cliched (but still great) movie moments
-Braveheart speech (every time i watch it i wanna grab a sword and kill some englishmen)
-Schindlers list the "why did i keep the watch" scene
-Star Wars Death star goes boom
-Casablanca Heres lookin at you kid speech
-Planet of the apes Statue of liberty scene
-Jurassic Park When they see the brachiosaurus from the jeep/or T-Rex scene
- Clerks the "My girlfriend sucked 37 ****s"....... "in a row?" scene
- saving private ryan "d-day scene"
-Reservoir Dogs "i dont ****ing tip" (i thought it was an epic scene anyways)
arg...there is just so many...
The end of one flew over the cuckoo's nest.
Book of Eli when you find out he was blind the whole time
Vanilla Sky, when she tells Tom Cruze that he came in her mouth and that was supposed to mean something, then driving off the bridge. Good lolz on that
American History X "teeth to the curb!"
Too many to name
3 off the top of my head:
Houston we have a problem.
Ready for my closeup, Mr. Demille...
annnnnnnnnnnd the church scene where Beatrix and Bill are talking about her fiance and music.
PS - ATTICA
PPS - Someone mentioned "watch scene" and I instantly thought of the epic 8 man dialogue scene in True Romance between Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper, even though I got to that thought by thinking of Pulp Fiction watch scene with Walken first.. Nobody mentions True Romance but that movies pretty tight.
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The Usual Suspect's ending.
American Psycho...uh, the entire movie.
Brick's reveal regarding the location of the brick and the pregnancy.
I just say Plant of the Apes in theater, wow. . . I loved it. This scene was amazing when Ceasar, the main Ape faced the Ape handler in the habitat he was in. I want to say more but don't want to spoil the movie. It gave me the chillies. Go see this film, I thought it was the best I have seen all year.
Oh, and the scene about the fat kid, I enjoyed that and vaguely remember watching it as a kid. Nice one.
[To travel in silence by a long and circuitous route. To brave the arrows of misfortune and fear neither noose nor fire. To play the greatest of all games and win. Foregoing no expense is to mock the vicissitudes of Fate and gain at last the key that will unlock the Ninth Gate