Favorite Movie Scenes


#41

I know these aren’t from a movie but a TV series but…

Breaking Bad:


#42

TBH I’m a little offended this isn’t the first video that was posted

also this


#43

Who doesn’t love some good old fashioned name calling? You’re killin me smalls


#44

For me it is undoubtedly this scene. Nothing is cooler than when he says “My turn.” There is nothing that will sway my opinion on this matter.


#45

Basically the whole damn movie. :grin:


#46

It’s a shame that this movie was released when it was. People still weren’t all on board with the hating everything, especially government, stage. It was a really good movie and didn’t do super amazing in the boxoffice even though I think it’s one of the greats.


#47

I really love My Cousin Vinnie. My favorite part was him trying to get the Judge to understand Youths :stuck_out_tongue:


#48

Wind River:

Gone Girl (Spoiler warning):

Kill Bill:


#49

Hotel Rwanda:

(You’d have to see the film to understand the weight of this scene. Basically, having to present a normal everyday face when you carry the weight of something terrible upon you)


#50

I love that film. As an added note, it’s based on a true story. The manager is still alive and is working as a taxi driver in Brussels.


#51

Oh crap, ooooooooh crap.

Well, Imma start with the recent ones.

Civil War - When both sides are right and they understand where the other side is coming from but they cannot budge for the life of them. I am talking about the talk scene. Not to mention that with a single sentence, Vision established himself as someone EVERYONE listens to. He just has that way about him.

Jurassic Park - Ian Malcolm explains that there are waaaaaay too many unknown variables present in a park with dinosaurs in the middle of the ocean for him to give his seal of approval.

Kill Bill 2 - When BB goes against L, it’s not the fight that gets me but the fact that when BB grabs Budd’s sword, I can almost see Budd holding the Hanzo sword with her. BB with her right, Budd with his left. Bushwacker or not, what wins a fights sometimes are brains and thanks to his, Budd became a badass not just without even appearing in the scene but also from beyond the grave.

Warcraft - Forming uneasy alliances is par for the course when building a new house requires you to invade someone else’s world. Durotan knew this and this led to a pretty emotional scene that touches upon a lot of today’s issues, including immigration.

Lord Of The Rings - There are way too many scenes to list here but if I would have to pick one is where Sam picks up Frodo and carries him up the Mountain Of Doom. To put it a bit into context, they were famished, dehydrated, breathing air that was poisonous and still had a lot to climb. Howard Shore’s choice to go with a choir rendition of the LOTR theme fits so perfectly with the thematic here.


#52

Shin Godzilla (aka Godzilla: Resurgence):

Batman v Superman: Ultimate Edition:

Kong: Skull Island:

WARNING: Ending is graphic

Logan (WARNING: Graphic):

Godzilla (2014):


#53

Logan was such a great movie. Truly underrated imo.


#54

The R-rating probably contributed to that. If it was a PG-13 movie then it would made over a billion for sure.


#55

This is probably why i pre-ordered and have watched it over 10 times… When i was 16 id watch any movie that much. Now It has to be decent or visually impressive for 2 or 3 watches. I Can also almost make it through the movie without shedding a tear now… that ending tho… gd it! :slight_smile:


#56

I dunno, R rated movies can do well, and not all PG-13s do amazing. I think a lot of it is semi super hero fatigue but also because I think that a lot of people are just done with X Men in general. I honestly thought, not another wolverine movie again, when I first heard of it. I mean, Hugh has been doing Wolverine for 18 freaking years. Thats a really long time and when not just the first 3 that more or less revolved around him, then he had some crappy spin offs as well I can see why people leered away. I don’t think the R rating had as much to do with it.


#57

#58

Arashi No Yoru Ni (One Stormy Night)

(5 mins in and on)


#59

Underrated? Everyone I talked to said it was one of their top 3 superhero movies of all time.


#60

Maybe underrated is the wrong term. It didn’t seem to be as popular as it deserved, I guess is what I’m saying. It was liked by those who saw it, but I don’t think it ever hit that ‘main stream’ status where everyone saw it.