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Wow, that's a tough one….so many!
Right off the top of my head, I would like to second the daring girl reporter's vote of the "flesh wound" sequence from Monty Python's Holy Grail.
But another that just gets me rolling everytime is Young Frankenstein the Gene Hackman/Peter Boyle scene….CIGAAARS!!!
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John Wayne in "Big Jake."
John Wayne: I haven't butted into anyones business since I was 18 year old, at which time it nearly got me killed.
No sir, not gonna do it!
( Bad guy kicks small boy to the ground.)
John Wayne: Ah, what did they have to go and do that for?
Yep, that would be my favorite.
I have many, but I love that last scene in "Starman".
At the beginning of the movie, it shows the alien as a simple light form that floats into Jenny's darkened house and observes a picture of Jeff Bridges' character, hence the reason why it looks just like Jenny's late husband.
At the very end, with the close-up of Jenny's face, gazing at the area where the alien goes back to its ship, the movie ends. What did she see? Did she finally see the true form of the alien? The look on her face was a mixture of emotions. Longing, amazement, sadness, anticipation, etc. In that one scene, she conveyed pretty much everything she could! It was one of the most profound moments in film I've seen. (as corny as that sounds about an alien love movie. hehe)
And then the simple melody of the credits starts.
Great scene. Gives me chills to this day when I see it. Karen Allen rocks. /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':blink:' />
There’s a great scene in the movie Highlander when the song Who Wants to Live Forever is playing in the background:
"There's no time for us.
There's no place for us.
What is this thing that builds our dreams
Yet slips away from us?
Who wants to live forever?
There's no chance for us.
It's all decided for us.
This world has only one sweet moment
Set aside for us.
Who wants to live forever?
Who dares to love forever
When love must die?"
The scene is mostly done in a bird’s eye point of view. Filmed in the Scottish Highlands. It is broken into 4 different segments depicting the 4 different seasons. (And, as we find out, also a metaphor for time itself.)
In the final moment, when the immortal Connor greets his mortal wife Heather, we see that he hasn’t aged through the years but she is now an old woman. Just as the lyrics “Who dares to love forever when love must die?” are fading in the background.
Makes the hairs on my arms stand up every time.
Can we keep doing movie trivia questions here or should we use the Random thread?
How about if we put movie trivia here: http://www.paranormalunderground.net…p?showtopic=114
I love movie trivia!
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