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  • The Tango dance scene with Al Pacino and Gabrielle Anwar from the 1992 movie "The Scent of A Woman."
  • when Ingrid Bergman comes into the bar in Casablanca. The spotlight hits her as Humphrey looks up, and the expressions on both their faces is just heartwrenching, knowing what they were to each other and what happened to part them.
  • Glad you asked this question. My most likeable movie scene was in the Punisher when the guy who saved Frank Castle and he told Frank "Go with God" and then Frank said "God can sit this one out"........oh how awesome.
  • Troy, Achilles vs Hector Pulp Fiction, The "Divine Intervention"/ Gimp Scene Kill Bill, The Crazy 88's/Anime Sequence
  • the one in the notebook, that says.. "it wasn't over, and it still isnt over" OMGG ITS SOO SWEET
  • The mexican standoff in the last few minutes of Resevoir Dogs, it just blazes that image on my brain, great scene great movie
  • ScarFace when Tony Montana fights off the guys coming to kill him in his house when he slams his face in a pile of coke snorts it up and says say hello to my lill friend! it was awesome.
  • The train scene in Fried Green Tomatoes when Idgie and Ruth throw canned goods to the hungry families by the tracks.
  • The Bridal Murder scene from Kill Bill when they finally discover the "bride" is still alive and amidst the blood and white gown Uma Thurman opens her eye. Why? The stark cinematography, the flies, the contrast of red and white, the pointlessness of shooting a pregnant woman. The Trauma. The ultimate surprise.
  • Near the end of Blade Runner Roy Battie says I've seen things you people would not believe ..... Attacked ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion .... I have watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate .... All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain .... Time to die. I don't know exactly why ... but it moved me big time ... I am an artist maybe for this reason ... if you don't do something to interpret your most beautiful memories for others to see ... like art ... then they will all go with you at the end for no one to see ...
  • In From Dusk Till Dawn, halfway through, in the Roadside Restaurant when the whole film suddenly changes. I dont want to ruin it for anyone, but I cant think of any other film where after watching it for an hour it, the direction in which it is going completely changes - unexpectantly. My ghast was a flabbered and my flabber was aghasted. So I choose it for the sheer unexpectedness of it.
  • When I was a kid, my parents took me to the movies to see 'Gone With The Wind'. I can't remember how old I was, but I was disturbed by a lot of what I saw on the screen, particularly one scene where a surgeon is working in a makeshift battlefield hospital and he is about to amputate a soldier's leg, and the 'patient' is being held down by assistants and he's yelling "Dont chop! Don't chop!" The mere thought of it still gives me the creeps.
  • What: When Lasie died Why: because it was the frist time I cried at a movie.
  • When Schwarzenegger says "I'll be back" and everytime I see him,I recall that statement of his.TERMINATOR 2,3.I can never forget those words of his.They are very uplifting.
  • In An Affair to Remember...at the end when Cary Grant realizes that Deborah Kerr never met him at the top of the Empire State Bldg. because she was run over on her way and is now a cripple....goose bumps as I type.
  • Johnny B. Goode scene from back to the future, just because it's....well....amazing
  • The scene in The Last Samurai when Katsumoto dies, and Nathan Algren says "I will miss our conversations."
  • Ghost when they do their thing with the clay and the potters wheel. I think it is very erotic
  • Well, the one that comes to mind first is when John Travolta jumpstarts Uma Thurman's heart in Pulp Fiction.
  • There are so many, but the one that SHOCKED me was: In "the Forgotten" with Julianne Moore, when she and the only guy that sorta believes her, (about their kids being stolen), are driving somewhere and talking normal in the car, and suddenly, you see them get T-boned on Julianne's side from the view of the driver! It almost knocked me out of my recliner!
  • This scene from Brideshead Revisited. Everything about it is so beautiful. The music, the costumes, the scenery, the acting. I wish I lived there and at the time period.
  • Final seen of SCARFACE. "Say hello to my little friend".
  • I went with the scene I saw very early in life ( thus it would be memorable for the longest period of time for me) and it remains strong in memory through my life thus far and when I still see it now, it is still flawless. Margaret Hamilton , as The Wicked Witch of the West, melting, in " The Wizard of OZ " +5
  • The Gladiator (Russell Crowe), his dying scene and the haunting music.
  • The end of the movie the Mist because it makes you think of what would I have done? I did not like the way it ended and most everyone I have talked to don't either, but it does make one think if something like that would really happen maybe not the same scenario but the same situation what would I do?
  • Halle Berry 007, coming out of the water. That or Monster's Ball
  • Final scene on The Usual Suspects.
  • The one where Bruce Willis sacrifices himself in Armageddon =)
  • When Lulu starts singing "To Sir With Love" to Sidney Poitier in "To Sir With Love"......never get tired of that scene.
  • So many memorable movie scenes, but if forced to pick, I'd choose the "Funny HOW?" scene from "Goodfellas". It appears in the movie unexpectedly, it's chilling and it's original. Joe Pesci at his best. (MATURE CONTENT) -

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