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Zello, August 6, 2015 in Movies & TV
Interesting thing about this scene is that they didn't tell the actors when the glass was going to break for the element of surprise, to get a real reaction. And Sandler improvised some lines like "The dinosaurs were staring at these things.." in reference to the black opal.
I love the trips in to the black opal. It's like smoking DMT, so I heard.
The music in the background really sets the scene
This sh*t is f*cking horrifying no matter how many times I see it:
I can't ever get tired of this scene. It's one of my favorite movies ever and I have yet to fully sink my teeth into it. There are so many metaphors hidden in it that I have yet to discover.
Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982)
Samuel L. Jackson's acting in this scene is top tier.
Not a movie, could have been.
This is Star Fleet. Get it done.
Yeah, I might change the title of this thread to include TV scenes. Anyone disagree with that? OP?
I definitely have a few favourite scenes but this is the one that's coming to mind at the moment
It gets better when you get to see how they shot it, minimal VFX and more practical effects.
Best shootout ever filmed after heat
NSFW- There be titty ahoy ahoy.
Opening scene from The Wanderers, in under five minutes it gives us a snapshot of the 1960's Bronx, introduces us to some of the main players, and starts off the movie with a bang, one of my favourites.
This scene from 1917 (SPOILER):
Blake's death scene:
This scene was so emotional. I didn't expect him to die that early into the movie, let alone die at all. When he asks "Am I dying?", then tears up, it hits me hard. The acting is top notch.
Beautiful cinematic violence.
These scenes in the club are hilarious.
This might be one of the best scenes I've seen in a long time.
Jeremy Irons, Kevin Spacey, Demi Moore: This is what a Wall Street meeting may look like the morning before the global economy crashed back in 2008. Background: Basically Jeremy Irons plays the CEO and he finds out that the mortgages they buy and resell are going to lose all their value. They have thousands of them. If they hold on to them and and the recession kicks in, it will bust the company. But if they sell them on, it will ruin the lives of many people and destroy the market for years to come.
Jeremy Irons is phenomenal. This film is so underrated.
The way Joan flirts with Ray in front of her husband.
The Founder (2017)
On 5/31/2020 at 12:02 AM, ilovebender.com said:
The Founder (2017)
Classic scene when Alan meets Dan and they have a lot in common.
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