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Commander Rofl

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Commander Rofl

 

Look at the latest post's movie or T.V Show scene, rate it, right at least two sentences about it and post! It's as simple as that really. I'll start us off then!

 

Heres an amazing scene from the 1970's Cult Classic "A Clockwork Orange"

 

 

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Lock n' Stock

8/10

 

Although I haven't seen all of A Clockwork Orange, it was funny to see these guys beating the crap out of each other with broken bottles and wooden chairs. I like a good fight in a movie now and again. This should be an interesting game, so let's hope more people take part.

 

Here's a classic and intense scene from John Carpenter's The Thing (1982), featuring a blood-test gone wrong. It's quite long but 1:10 is where stuff happens. I found this movie more amusing than scary for it's overly violent and somewhat comical death sequences, yet incredibly intense. The special effects in this still hold up well imo. One of my all-time favourite sci-fi movies.

 

 

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guib

7/10

 

Although I have never seen the Thing, I found the scene very funny. You know that feeling that you got when you see an old movie, and you are find it very fake, because it is old, instead of that is fake because it is just fake.

Well, that feeling I don't got with this scene, it was fake, but it wasn't terrible fake. But sort of good fake. tounge2.gif

 

Anyway, I prefer some newer movies, let's watch a scene from my favorite movie, savvy?

 

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Mister Pink

Nice topic! icon14.gif

 

9/10

That was f*cking cool. I've never seen that film.

 

Here's one my favourite scenes, ever. Probably my favourite. It's 10 minutes of must-see cinema.

 

 

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Pyrrhic

8/10 Sick as. Had some great acting by some great actors at that, good choice. icon14.gif

 

 

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Kratos2000

Didn't like it that much.

Trying to be epic too much and it ends up a complete amusing, and bit 'fail'ish, IMO.

6/10

 

 

Dexter Ep.11 "Do you see what I see?" Hannah gets arrested, betrayed?

God, "you should've killed me.." it's amazing.

 

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Lock n' Stock

 

Didn't like it that much.

Trying to be epic too much and it ends up a complete amusing, and bit 'fail'ish, IMO.

6/10

Haha, that final scene in Scarface is amazing imo. it's a 10/10 for me.

 

7/10

 

Don't really watch Dexter so I don't have a big opinion on it. I will admit though that it's a well-written and emotional sequence there.

 

The classic "chestburster" scene from the Ridley Scott classic Alien (1979). Very well done and violent for it's time. And the "meow" isn't in the actual film, it was just added for comic effect but kinda spoils the scene imo.

 

 

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Sup3rman

Love that scene...9/10

 

But heres a real 80s classic. No good quaity clips really on youtube but this will do. The first time travel in Back to the future...

"When this baby hits 88 mph...your'e gonna see some serious sh*t!" biggrin.gif

 

 

 

E: Theres a better clip when you just wait till this clip ends(or you can actually skip it till the end). Its the first one on the left. A lengthier and better quality one.

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Lock n' Stock

8/10. I've only seen the second half of Back to the Future, but that is one epic scene. I love when the trails of fire appear under their legs. The "serious sh*t" line is awesome as well. I need to see the entire thing.

 

A very powerful scene from Ridley Scott's Blade Runner (1982). Full of great dialogue, atmosphere and a powerful music score. What makes this scene even more interesting was the "like tears in rain" line was never scripted.

 

 

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visionist

8/10 that scene was a a great way of rounding off what is a visually very inspiring film, one of the greats for cinematography. It's even more poignant when you remember none of Roy Batty's evocative memories are even real: yet still he remembers them so vividly. The Vangelis score is otherworldly, and perfectly matches the visuals.

 

Now for this thread's first chase scene. The opening to Quantum Of Solace divides opinion; most say they can't figure out what the Hell is going on, some say it's otherwise pretty exciting, others say they can't feel invested in an action scene which opens a film like this: they don't know who 007 is running from and so don't care. All I can say is, turn the sound up icon14.gif

 

 

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Greatshark

7.5/10 I like it. The lack of music adds to suspense, I'm not much of a James Bond fan but this is a very good opening to a very good movie.

 

Heres an amazing scene from Wild Geese. One of the South African soldiers has a Debate with the African Prime minister who they are rescuing. Very true scene.

 

 

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Sup3rman

7/10, great acting shown here...

But heres a real gem for car guys. Only a small part of the incredibly intense chase sequence from Gone in 60 seconds, the original from 1974.

 

 

 

E: Changed it to part 3, more action there.

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Lock n' Stock

8/10

 

I always enjoy car chase scenes in movies and that was no different. The sunny atmosphere and 70s soundtrack go well together. The way he smashes through the "Road Closed" sign is epic.

 

Another sci-fi favourite of mine, here is a rather violent scene from Paul Verhoeven's Robocop (1987), depicting Officer Murphy getting brutally shot to death by Clarence's posse of armed thugs. It's rather cheesy in how he manages to survive a dozen shotgun rounds but it's pretty well done. Be warned though, it is quite graphic for it's time and had to be cut in order to be reduced from an X to an R rating during it's original release.

 

 

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visionist

10/10 one of those jaw-dropping scenes that you know will go down in film history the moment you see it. The uncut version is a must.

 

This next scene from Rises had a powerful effect on the 500 odd audience members in the BFI IMAX at Waterloo in London. The 15/70mm cameras enable a clarity and depth of detail far, far, far above and beyond the absolute best digital cinemas. let alone any home format, but the scene impresses regardless. I remember a dead silence when the stadium is shown. Dead silence.

 

 

 

The little boy singing represents Bruce Wayne when his parents were murdered.

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Sup3rman

Love that scene...love the whole movie...can't give 10 points but i'll guess 11 have to do biggrin.gif

 

THis is the definition of 80s comedy biggrin.gif Love how Chevy Chase goes crazy biggrin.gif

 

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Lock n' Stock

7/10

 

Funny scene, it would be hilarious having a father like that.

 

First scene I'm posting not from a sci-fi movie. This scene from John Landis's An American Werewolf in London (1981) features David transforming into a werewolf, with some crine-worthy special effects by Rick Baker. Call them dated, but I personally think it looks more realistic and entertaining than CGI, which is way too overused in films imo. The whole scene is quite humorously dark in nature.

 

 

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dyspoid

I thought the effects were pretty good... right up till the final part of the transformation. At the start of that clip, it could have passed as something from a drug film.

 

Possible spoiler!

 

I absolutely love this scene. It is so chilling, that ice forms on my testicles.

 

 

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visionist

8.5/10 it's a great scene but is it as good as the Swedish version? Craig Daniels is too cool to play a scared journalist, too Bond. Maybe. I love how Stellan's character plays with your expectations, with genre conventions, when he talks about the fear of offending versus the fear of pain, and the knowledge that it's all over for the victim, even as they cling on to hope. Scary stuff.

 

I've always loved that song he plays after this. The one about sailing. Anybody know the name?

 

Now for an early scene in my favourite film. Mann's crime epic Heat is a sprawling tale of cops & robbers, where neither party is in the wrong and yet both are. Ruthless professionalism is the key here.

 

 

 

 

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Punk-in-Drublic

8/10

 

I'm quite a big Bobby D and Pacino fan but for some reason I've never watched this film, after seeing this scene I am definitely going to have to watch it some time. That was a brutal, no nonsense heist, seems like my kind of film!

 

Here's a classic scene from one of my all time favourite films, Casino.

 

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Lock n' Stock

9/10

 

Such a well-written and hilarious scene, Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro are legends. Shame I haven't seen the entire film.

 

"I'm the one who counts out here! Not your f*ckin' country clubs, or your F*CKIN' TV SHOWS!"

 

Quite short but funny clip here from John Carpenter's They Live (1988) starring professional wrestler Roddy Piper. A pretty hilarious satirical sci-fi movie about a guy who discovers sunglasses that expose politicians and upper-class citizens as aliens who want to brainwash the public. I know the quality is crap but this scene is pretty funny.

 

 

 

You may find this to be the worst scene I've posted here. I guess it depends on your sense of humour.

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visionist

7/10. They Live is as hilarious as it is eye-opening. Course, the best scene is still that awesome fist fight between Roddy Piper & Keith David, not to mention the famous quote about kicking ass & chewing bubblegum- usually quoted by people who've never even seen the film.

 

My favourite film of the year (and in many years), Dredd, is about as far removed from the cornball Stallone disaster as is possible. I've reviewed its brilliance extensively elsewhere, so I'll just leave you with this little taste of its delicious ultra-violence. Shot at thousands of frames per second in native 3D, then slowed to 24fps, these "Slo-Mo" hallucinogenic scenes looked so stunning in the cinema the entire audience was transfixed. Too bad the film flopped.

 

 

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Lock n' Stock

Since no one is bumping this thread, I guess I'll have to.

 

9/10

 

So badass, the slow-mo blood effects are top-notch. Looks like a good movie.

 

A truly epic scene from one of my all-time favourite movies Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991), directed by James Cameron (yes, I always like to mention the director). I love how Schwarzenegger manages to destroy so much without harming anyone. The scoring is epic as well.

 

 

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BullworthAcademy

 

Since no one is bumping this thread, I guess I'll have to.

 

9/10

 

So badass, the slow-mo blood effects are top-notch. Looks like a good movie.

 

A truly epic scene from one of my all-time favourite movies Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991), directed by James Cameron (yes, I always like to mention the director). I love how Schwarzenegger manages to destroy so much without harming anyone. The scoring is epic as well.

 

 

9/10

 

As you said, the scene is truly epic. The Terminator is one of my favorite movies of all time. Arnold pulverised EVERYTHING. cool.gif

He even destroyed a police car. cool.gif

 

 

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Lock n' Stock

8/10

 

Hot Fuzz is awesome. The way he shouts "MUM!" is priceless, and the kick in the face is just epic.

 

Another Edgar Wright film. One of the funniest scenes from the zombie-comedy flick Shaun of the Dead (2004). Shaun and Ed mistake a zombie as being intoxicated.

 

 

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Narcis_speed6

9/10

That was hilarious, I never got to see Shaun of the Dead but I will definitely consider renting it.

From what I can see is a mix of both comedy and zombies, me likes. smile.gif

Here is a classic scene from The Transporter, excuse the 240 but I can't find a better version...

 

 

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Lock n' Stock

10/10

 

Jason Statham is such a badass. I thought he had fast reflex in the movie Safe (2012) but I guess it holds true for his other movies as well. Seems like there's no stopping him.

 

Probably the shortest clip posted here. Just a classic Arnie one-liner, from Predator (1987) directed by John McTiernan.

 

 

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Sup3rman

What the hell are ya...biggrin.gif 10 ofc biggrin.gif

 

From uncle buck:

 

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ryuclan
What the hell are ya...biggrin.gif 10 ofc biggrin.gif

 

From uncle buck:

 

6/10

 

I love young MC and JC was a favorite of mine, and although this scene was pretty funny it wasn't very memorable. I had forgot all about it. But who could forget this one.

 

 

 

 

Keep the Change you Filthy Animal

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Toke

 

 

 

 

 

10/10

 

There was not many times in my childhood where a movie scene had me literally falling out of my chair lmaoing but that scene definitely had me doing it.

 

 

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Darth Yokel

10/10. That's a classic. Al's performance made blind people look like they're faking it. And it's such a feelgood moment. Something a lot of people deem unrealistic and therefore sh*tty these days. I don't understand that.

 

Now, another classic from my all time favorite movie

 

 

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