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ok i know this has been done before but with all the great new films out this year i was wondering was is your alltime best scene from any film.


And why?



Mine well star wars episode 2, Anakins revenge, just hear me out before you go read another thread.


Ok and why?

Simple just look what happened to him, lost his only parent and the people who killed her treated her like an animal, were standing 3 metres away from him. What would you do forget it and go home, or grap your lightsaber and kill them, its such a great scene where you see such anger and pain. The fire in his eyes is excellent every single people on this planet who experienced what he did would do the same and the audience knows it and feels his pain, its just great!

BEST SCENE EVER
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ok i know this has been done before but with all the great new films out this year i was wondering was is your alltime best scene from any film.
Matrix Reloaded

That car chase... - one of the most unbelievable sequences ever.
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Back to the Future. There are too many good scenes to name them all but here are a few of my favs:

Marty (aggressively)- "You calling me chicken?!"
Biff - grows a few inches. Marty looks all of a sudden less tough!

Marty- "Mom? is that you mom?"
'Mom' - "Now now, you've been asleep for almost X hours."
Marty - "I had the worst nightmare.. that I traveled back in time... it was awful"
'Mom' (softly)- "Well you're safe in good ole 1955."
Marty jumps out of bed!
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Wayne's World has got to be the best movie of all time. Best scene. Bohemian Rapsody Scene! Rock on! and when Wayne sees Casandra for the first time and "dream weaver" plays in the background. Zang!
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The explosion at the beginning (I think it was at the beginning) of Swordfish, just cos it was so cool.
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Come to think of it, the car crash sequence on Final Destination 2 was pretty damn good too.

Not suggesting that the film was anything special, just that sequence.
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In fast and furious. The car chases and basically all the car races and stuff. Brilliant cars too!
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in blue velvet where mr suave sings!

"suave, you're so ****ing suave!" (he doesn't actually sing that, i just like saying that he sings 'in dreams')
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The End of Brighton Rock.
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i'd have to say the final game in the movie HOOSIERS that is one of my favorites...i love basketball so...if u ever have seen the movie u'd understand why i like the movie so much..even though its so old(in other words...no graphics or extreme detail)

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Come to think of it, the car crash sequence on Final Destination 2 was pretty damn good too.

Not suggesting that the film was anything special, just that sequence.
yes...could u beleive the action in that movie..so much blood and gore..but the good thing was...it all made sense in the end whcih i like...

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Yeah, I hate it, I mean just take Harry Potter book 5. There are sooooo many unanswered questions at the end of it. The good thing is that hopefully the next books will answer them; the bad thing we have to wait ages for the next book.
By the way, sorry for mentioning Harry Potter if any of you are sick and tired of it, or don't like Harry Potter.
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thats what i was going to bring up as my example but i figured everyone is sick of it

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(Original post by BackInTime)
Back to the Future. There are too many good scenes to name them all but here are a few of my favs:

Marty (aggressively)- "You calling me chicken?!"
Biff - grows a few inches. Marty looks all of a sudden less tough!

Marty- "Mom? is that you mom?"
'Mom' - "Now now, you've been asleep for almost X hours."
Marty - "I had the worst nightmare.. that I traveled back in time... it was awful"
'Mom' (softly)- "Well you're safe in good ole 1955."
Marty jumps out of bed!
YAY! At last someone else who likes BTTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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(Original post by BackInTime)
Back to the Future. There are too many good scenes to name them all but here are a few of my favs:

Marty (aggressively)- "You calling me chicken?!"
Biff - grows a few inches. Marty looks all of a sudden less tough!

Marty- "Mom? is that you mom?"
'Mom' - "Now now, you've been asleep for almost X hours."
Marty - "I had the worst nightmare.. that I traveled back in time... it was awful"
'Mom' (softly)- "Well you're safe in good ole 1955."
Marty jumps out of bed!
Back to the future is sooo cool!!!
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Come to think of it, the car crash sequence on Final Destination 2 was pretty damn good too.

Not suggesting that the film was anything special, just that sequence.
Totally agreeing with you there. Me and my mate were like what the f***. I was so shocked for days. That bit where the woman loses her head in the lift was also pretty horrific.


I think Indiana Jones, The last Crusade is a great film. I especially love the bit where Indie comes to rescue his dad in the nazi castle and his dad's more fussed about the breakage of a vase than his son's health. I loved their whole father son thing in that film. Most action heroes have no human side.
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Totally agreeing with you there. Me and my mate were like what the f***. I was so shocked for days. That bit where the woman loses her head in the lift was also pretty horrific.
It definatly wasn't the greatest film in the world, but the action was there - such a crash sequence, once in the preminition, and then edited in the actual event.

The plot didn't involve things that we didn't think would happen when they were going off - but it was the way in which the deaths were thrown into immense action sequences.

I believe it will be there at several film awards for Best Action Sequence, along with the Matrix Reloaded - car chase.
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I believe it will be there at several film awards for Best Action Sequence, along with the Matrix Reloaded - car chase.
u better beleive it..so much editing done to those scenes that who couldn't voite them into that catagorie

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Speaking of films, what did you all think of Terminator 3?
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honestly..i didn't see it..my movie theater is very strict and i'm 16 so they wouldn't let me and my friends in..

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