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    Don't know why but I really like this scene.

    As someone else put, the Pulp Fiction Sam Jackson speech.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImyntxVxZyE

    Love how they put an anime in the middle film. All because Tarantino didn't want to get a kid actor and ask them to pretend they're parents were just brutally murdered.

    Also, the final scene from Whiplash...
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    (Original post by somemightsay888)



    Quality scene and acting. I like how the cop makes a joke about Lecter and he ends up bitten, maced and killed. The score is great too, encompasses but doesn't overwhelm the scene
    This is a great scene. I love Hannibal's sketch of Clarice holding the lamb she was attempting to save - whoever drew that in real life is obviously very talented.
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    One of my favourite scenes. That....80s....feeling...mmmm

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    This is it..... TOO MUCH.

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    Gosh, too many to choose from


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    It's not my favourite but it's hilarious
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    A scene from another brilliant film, The Hours:



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    (Original post by lustawny)
    It's definitely worth seeing, in my opinion. It boasts an incredibly innovative storyline, a great acting cast, and a lot more mind-bending visuals where that scene came from. For some people, the storyline is excessively complicated and leaves your mind reeling with questions - but I, personally, love films that make you think, so it didn't really bother me.
    Watched it last night. Christ! Good film but really left me spinning (aha). I don't think my perception of reality has ever been challenged more and I dreamt more in the following sleep than I have done for a long while. Loved the limbo idea and the huge world they constructed. So many things to say! I'll be honest I'm still trying to figure everything out. At first I thought the beginning and ending with Saito were supposed to be a kind of paradox as with the stairs? Still trying to get my head around it.
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    "Gone girl" was my latest favourite. It blew my mind!!!

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    The trial scene from A Man for All Seasons. Leo Mckern's booming, sonorous voice, that of the prosecuting Thomas Cromwell, is the best I have ever heard in any piece of acting. The video cuts off the completion of More's retort, the ending line being 'the world must construe according to its wits; this court must construe according to the law'.

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    (Original post by Birkenhead)
    A scene from another brilliant film, The Hours:



    I second this! Also the scene where Clarissa is preparing for the party and Strauss's Beim Schlafengehen is playing. It's absolutely glorious and takes you completely off guard.
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    Great film
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    (Original post by rainbow.panda)


    Great film
    I can't think about that without thinking about...



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    Come on pretzels let's get this rolling again
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