Favorite movie moments.

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Self-explanatory. Share one of your favorite scenes from the movies. Here is one of mine.

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Galaxy Quest! Such an underrated film, if you ask me.

I know it's terribly cliche, but that moment at the end of A Few Good Men where Tom Cruise finally cracks Jack Nicholson and gets him to angrily confess his guilt on the witness stand -- so satisfying. That general was one of the most hateable characters I've ever seen in film.
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Galaxy Quest has to be the finest parody I've ever seen. I've lost count of how many times I've watched it. But I still laugh when I watch. Groundhog day is another great movie. Bill Murray is a comic genius. We need more movies like that. Unfortunately, dying is easy. Comedy is hard.
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Lightning McQueen letting the yellow race car driver finish the race

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"That general was one of the most hateable characters I've ever seen in film."
so was Tom Cruise. Lol
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Shrek is compared to onions because they have layers
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First scene from batman with the bank robbery
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Title sequence from 'Drive'.
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End credits in Emoji Movie

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How bout the opening sequence in Apocalypse Now?


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Shrek is compared to onions because they have layers - SupaDudz
You know not everybody like onions.

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Pretty much any scene where the person makes the right decision. Especially when it is easier to make the wrong one. I really respect that.
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The ending of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is so brilliantly brutal and well set up, I was up dancing around my living room watching it. There hasn't been a movie got me like that in a long time. 
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Never heard of it.
Just watched the final scene.
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Wow, that 'was brutal and violent, can really feel the Tarantino influence.
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You shouldn't have watched it honestly, and maybe I should have never posted about it to begin with. It's a cool and funny movie and you almost don't see it coming. The chemical composition which makes the explosive finale is exceedingly fine, I could say.  And Tarantino loves that stuff of course, bad guys coming up from under the floors in a desolate shack out in a frozen winter, that sort of thing, but this time everything was played off so well, just, I dunno, it fooled me. I think it's his best movie by far tbh.